Near The Champs Elysées
Pop & Graphic
On my last trip to Paris with my mother, we stayed at the Hotel Ekta. This new hotel has a fantastic service and offers an intimate (few rooms) and trendy atmosphere, with lovely pictures inspired by the golden age of Courrèges.
In a previous post, I showed you the entrance, lounge and breakfast room inspired by the 60’s and designed by Jean-Philippe Nuel et Natasha Stojkovic. Here are my pictures of the original and comfortable suite, where we slept so well!
Photos above and below: the living area of the suite, with “printed” pictures on the two mirror sliding doors.
In the suite: to access the bedroom, you go through the bathroom very well thought out (with separate toilet). Photos above: 1. Modern facilities in the wide and pleasant shower with graphic black and white tiles. 2. We liked the products and special packaging of Fragonard for the hotel.
3. My bag by Jean-Paul Knott with the address of its latest store in Tokyo. On the same bright yellow armchair, my Palladium leather boots with double straps. I take them with me in all my recent city trips! So comfortable! And 4. I love this lamp I see everywhere!
Photos below: 1. The bed and bedside lamps, like in a late 60’s – early 70’s movie set, but in better version (I’m not crazy of “true” vintage!). Missing only Mireille Darc and Delon (LOL!) …
2. The closet and sliding doors of the bedroom. 3. The entrance to the suite that leads to the lounge. And 4. Beautiful photos in the corridor of the floor and one of the most successfull sentences of Instagram ; )
Photos : © Mademoiselle Le K – Tous droits réservés
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Many big thanks to all the team of the Hotel ETKA for the very warm welcome, kindness and professionalism.
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Beautiful view of the center of Courchevel 1850 village! I arrived at the White 1921 Courchevel from La Tania in the morning. Time to meet the bubbly general manager of this new hotel of 26 rooms and take a swimsuit (for my day spa in Aquamotion) and I went for lunch with Nathalie at Nikki Beach (next post).
In the early evening, I returned at the hotel like a whirlwind, to get dressed for the dinner (and I was late!). Late at night, I finally discovered my suite and fell in love with the balcony, view, carpet (with my red stiletto), decor and bed … and the slightly sloping ceiling and couch and … well everything!
A Graphic Cocoon
I didn’t want to leave! So the second night I forget the restaurant to lazily stay in the so comfy bed. The pillows and duvet are fantastic too!
The sleek style of the architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte creates a universe where it feels both very relaxed and a little star (sorry not sorry, lol!). On the photo montage: Schuss, the chic magazine about mountain a journalist friend offered me.
White And Rectilinear
The bathroom has no fancy. Everything is in the details: soft bathrobes and towels (photo above). The inside of the two sewing and cotton boxes have the same design as on the walls of the room and the hotel’s website (1).
The Acqua di Parma bath products: soaps make soft skin and remind me of the Sungai Gold in Bali (2). The minimalist equipment (l4). And especially the smart flush (3).
Good Night Courchevel!
Photos : © Mademoiselle Le K – Tous droits réservés.
White 1921 Courchevel, Office du tourisme de Courchevel, www.les3vallees.com
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Many thanks to the White 1921 Courchevel (and its great team), Tourist Office of Courchevel and 3 Vallées for this beautiful invitation. As always these opinions are my own.
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