With its tropical and geometric patterns and floral wallpapers, the Florida is both a family home and a reinterpretation of the Roaring Twenties.

With its 1,700m2, seven floors and 39 rooms and suites, the Hôtel Florida Paris is housed in a corner building with a bow, as only Baron Haussmann’s plans could carve out. Classic, Superior, Deluxe or Junior suites, each of the rooms and categories makes its own these very Parisian volumes. Designed as flats, some suites are interconnected, while others offer balconies and views of the Eiffel Tower. This is the case of the Florida suite, one of the most beautiful in the hotel. With exclusively designed carpets, marble and seventies ceramics in the bathroom, this room sums up the hotel’s interior design by interior architects Liautard and the Queen. Brass fillet, tropical leafy or geometric motifs, marble and burr wood or stretched fabrics and panelling, all are inspired by the hotel’s art deco past. The architects have used the graphic vocabulary of this period as the basis for a joyful mix of 70s furniture and a family home feel. In the attic, on the 6th and 7th floors of what looks like the attic of a doll’s house, floral wallpaper rubs shoulders with childlike blue tones and antique furniture. A breeze of leather, coffee, maogani wood and Casablanca lilies wafts through the house. Imaginė by Rami Makdachi, founder of the Lola James Harper candle brand, this scent completes the impression of being in a home.

Photo credits: Leny Gueta

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