Hotel Nolinski Paris: design theater by Jean-Louis Deniot

Exquisite beauty, complete harmony, and sophisticated luxury, embodied in enveloping comfort, meet you already in the lobby of the fashionable Parisian hotel Nolinski Paris. The famous French decorator Jean-Louis Deniot is the author of the interior of this five-star hotel. The designer brilliantly conveyed authentic French charm, elusive but recognizable and infinitely attractive in its image and every specific detail. It is inherent only in the refined aristocracy of the French lifestyle in Paris. At the Nolinski Paris Hotel, you will feel it every second. Here you will touch a feeling to be a real Parisian, endlessly in love with his hometown, its history, and culture.

 Hotel Nolinski Paris designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, photographer Angelina Vin

This feeling is sharpened by the excellent location of the Nolinski Paris Hotel in the heart of the French capital, on the Avenue Opera, surrounded by the immortal world cultural phenomena. The Louvre, the Musee d'Orsay, the Palais Royal, the Comedie Francaise Theater, the Grand Opera (Opera Garnier), the Tuileries Garden, and the famous Parisian Grand Boulevards - Boulevard des Capucines, Boulevard des Italiens, Boulevard Haussmann are all in a short pleasant walking distance from the hotel.

Hotel Nolinski Paris designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, photographer Angelina Vin

In the hotel's interiors, Jean-Louis Deniot masterfully combines the aesthetics of classical styles, modern materials, simple and perfect forms of contemporary design, and various patterns and textures. He blends colors and images, modern art objects, and objects from different historical eras with masterful grace. On the wall, behind the laconic reception desk made of luxurious green Carrara marble, an elegant bronze sculpture greets new visitors. Another decorative marble sculpture in the form of a classic vase on a column stand graces the hotel's foyer.

Hotel Nolinski Paris designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, photographer Angelina Vin

The atmosphere of intimacy and theatricality of the hotel's various spaces inspires and awakens enthusiasm. So, the design of the central staircase, decorated with frescoes of Parisian clouds, boggles the imagination.

Hotel Nolinski Paris designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, photographer Guillaume de Laubier, photo courtesy Hotel Nolinski Paris
The hotel has forty-five rooms; nine of them are suites. Every detail of the decor or furniture and every hotel room reminds a Parisian apartment from the time of Baron Haussmann and a luxurious modern palace created in such a personal and exceptional new Art Deco style, invented by Jean-Louis Deniot himself.

Hotel Nolinski Paris designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, photographer Guillaume de Laubier, photo courtesy Hotel Nolinski Paris
The hotel has a luxury SPA center managed by the La Colline company. It is decorated with granite and wood, mirrors and candles, and equipped with the latest science and technology to restore physical and psychological state. The center includes cozy treatment cabins, a 16-meter swimming pool, a sauna, and a hammam.

Hotel Nolinski Paris designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, photographer Guillaume de Laubier, photo courtesy Hotel Nolinski Paris

 

A place of solitude, immersed in a pleasant twilight, disposes to the perception of new sensations. SPA treatments or sports, complete relaxation, or vigorous training will allow you to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and be out of time and space. This modern picturesque theater, full of eccentric conciliation that restores the soul and body, makes an indelible impression.

Hotel Nolinski Paris designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, photographer Guillaume de Laubier, photo courtesy Hotel Nolinski Paris

The London decorator John Whelan created the interior of the Nolinski restaurant in the spirit of the unsurpassed 1930s. It combines Parisian luxury and a daring London craving for the avant-garde. The images of the golden era, symbolized by the color of gold, inspire complete confidence in the present moment and the future, dominating the luxurious place's interior.

Hotel Nolinski Paris designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, photographer Guillaume de Laubier, photo courtesy Hotel Nolinski Paris

The Chef Philip Chronopoulos, who also creates culinary masterpieces in the Michelin-starred restaurant Palais Royal, located nearby, presents the guest with exquisite choices on a balanced menu.

Hotel Nolinski Paris designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, photographer Guillaume de Laubier, photo courtesy Hotel Nolinski Paris

The Nolinski Paris Hotel creates an authentic atmosphere of complete comfort, an unforgettable ephemeral vibe. It is a celebration that, together with the main holiday – Paris – always stays with you.

Hotel Nolinski Paris designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, photographer Guillaume de Laubier, photo courtesy Hotel Nolinski Paris

Angelina Vin

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