In the heart of Paris, Providence Hotel has the quaint charm of a private house. This luxury hotel was conceived by Parisian architect Philippe Medioni. The building of the 1850s is a beautiful exemplar of French architecture with carved balconies and dark parquet floors in the 18 rooms and common areas.
The Hotel Providence, the interior design personifies a typical Parisian atmosphere: a cozy fireplace, architectural details, wooden floors and marble mosaics. Architect Philippe Medioni brought a new life into this old space, decorating the Providence in a style that’s pure urban Parisian romance, retro-influenced but devoid of kitsch, with palm wallpaper by House of Hackney and Madeleine Castaing carpets.
The reception is joined together with the restaurant and bar in one single large space with the aspect of a homely parlor with flickering candles, a crackling fireplace and the faint scent of mint, leather, and wood.
The hotel interior feature quality furniture, modern sofas, leather chairs and a bold wallpaper. In the dining area, several lighting points turn the ambiance into a cozy, intimate place. There are also many artworks hanging on the walls, contrasting with the wall pattern.
Modern eclecticism meets conspicuous glamour in the interiors of the Providence Hotel. Elodie Moussié, the wife of Pierre, with her best friend, Sophie Richard, created the interior design project for the luxury hotel with printed velvet fabrics, antique lighting, and portrait paintings sourced from French country flea markets.
The Penthouse suite, with a private foyer, has a cool sitting area – beautiful Maya velvet armchairs and sofa from BRABBU’s collection, – a full appointed cocktail bar, even a desk record player with a selection of vinyl records. The spacious bathroom features a freestanding claw-footed tub with spectacular views of Paris, Montmartre and the Sacré Cœur.