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Hotel Keppler in Paris, France

From contributing designs to the Four Seasons and Ritz–Carlton hotels, to creating incredible restaurant environments for superstar chefs like Joel Robuchon and Alain Ducasse, interior designer extraordinaire, Pierre Yves Rochon, is nothing short of a world-class talent. Hotel Keppler in Paris demonstrates that his eye for design translates equally well to the chic, boutique environment.

Situated in the city center of Paris just steps from the Champs Elysees, Hotel Keppler is an unabashedly design-forward masterpiece occupying a strikingly glamorous space. For the design-enthusiast, Rochon has created a timeless visual feast of eye-catching, contemporary décor that brims with color, texture and detail. Picture blacks and whites interwoven with feminine cranberries and bold yellows; damask curtains providing an exquisite contrast to concave leather headboards; and plush furniture drenched in wild fuchsias and exotic animal prints. Hotel Keppler’s 39 rooms are undeniably spacious and penthouse-style suites on the top floor are a modern jetsetter’s private paradise; many offer incomparable views of the Eiffel Tower, among other choice sights offered by Europe’s most romantic city. The hotel’s proximity to unrivaled comforts and pleasures such as the restaurants and retail offerings of Champs Elysees, or the lush greenery of Parc de Monceau, ensure that guests will always feel quite at home. In fact, perhaps for more than any other reason, it is Hotel Keppler’s feel of a chic Parisian home, rather than a large traditional hotel, which makes it such an inviting oasis within a massive metropolis. Both holiday travelers and international business guests will undoubtedly feel welcome from the moment they arrive.

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Furthermore, Hotel Keppler features luxury THG faucetry and accessories within its designer bathroom suites. The Parisian manufacturer’s products are a perfect compliment to the brilliant stylistic inclinations of Pierre Yves Rochon.