“Please come in, let Magic, Pleasure and Dreams greet you. The SEVEN HOTEL welcomes you to a totally innovative concept where emotions and delight will turn your nights with us into a fabulous story to tell…”
The Seven Hotel (or Hotel Le Seven) in Paris (now open) is something straight from the imagination, a dream-like mixture of fantasy and the theatrical which will undoubtedly become a must-see attraction. The hotel entrance boasts a large video screen with 3D images of bubbles and lobby with a versatile bar changing setting, atmosphere and sound throughout the day. The lounge offers a comfortable breakfast/ dining area which has been designed with flexibility in mind to alter the furniture layout to reflect a more cozy atmosphere in the evening. There are 28 Levitation rooms, named so due to the raised bed and bathtub within, and seven individually designed suites which include:
Nature, Cuddles and Nurture (designed by Virginie Cauet)
Suite Sublime and Suite 007 (designed by Agence Bastie)
Suite Marie-Antoinette and Suite Black Diamond (designed by Sylvia Corrette)
And Suite Alice and Suite ON/OFF (designed by Les Ailes Du Design).
All rooms are equipped with a Nespresso machine, iPod dock, large flat TV screen (complete with four different channels diffusing the perfume of your choice at the touch of a button), high quality bedding, extra large illuminated shower, separate toilet, air-conditioning, comfortable desk, electronic safe and bath robes at hand.
Nature, Cuddles and Nurture
This suite offers a true welcome-back to nature: an earthly setting made of rocks, slate, wood, fur and leather. Complete with a large, round bed, cozy fireplace, two wide TV screens, comfortable living room, double bathrooms (one with a very wide shower, one with a cow-skin tub) and a garden terrace with a private Jacuzzi.
Designed around the theme of a white fluffy cloud, this room contains a large round bed with a ceiling decorated in crystals and twinkling lighting and a huge love-seat intended for couples ‘snuggling up on cloud nine’. The bathroom is complete with a futuristic cocoon-shaped bathtub.
Labelled the most ‘masculine’ of their suites, the design is a mixture of retro and futurism, harmonizing the quintessential ‘gentlemanliness’ and gadgetry which has become so synonymous with Bond. A key luxury feature of the bathroom is the Turkish steam shower and of course, no 007 Suite would be complete without the availability of James’s movies on a huge flat screen.