Each room or suite at Hôtel Maison Souquet is designed to feel like your personal luxury residence in Paris. Whether it’s in the exotic Far East, Empire style or elegant Art Nouveau, your room will be individually styled with its own unique character. Take in lavish fabrics and original artworks and ornaments, or gaze out across Montmartre or down into a private courtyard. Each room pays homage to the singular beauty of the courtesans for whom they are named. Draped in two thousand metres of fabric, each forms a cocoon that reveals a unique atmosphere - Empire, Napoleon III, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, or Art Deco. Jacques Garcia was able to use these precious textures to create theatrical hideaways. Room 203, known as Rita, is interwoven with thousands of peacock feathers while, two doors down, Rose echoes Baudelaire’s words that the beautiful is always bizarre. On the third and fourth floors, the same luxury can be found on a larger scale. The two La Païve junior suites form an apartment that is home to a collection of objects rivalled only by the Liane de Pougy junior suite, with an original Rateau that sets the tone for a decor freely inspired by Jeanne Lanvin’s apartment. All rooms have Hermès Amenities.
Sleeps: 2 People.
16 to18 square metres room, queen size bed comprises all facilities expected: free wifi, air conditioning, Smart HD TV, minibar, safety box and Hermes amenities. Each room has a unique decoration such as Napoleon III and Empire. All with unique pieces of art, original furniture and fabrics. Private access to the Spa with Pool and Steam bath.
Sleeps: 2 People.
26 to 28 square metres room, queen size bed comprises all facilities expected: free wifi, air conditioning, Smart HD TV, minibar, safety box, a cosy sitting with coffee table, Hermes amenities. Each Junior Suite has a unique decoration such as Napoleon III, Indian and Chinese. All with unique pieces of art, original furniture and fabrics. Private access to the Spa with Pool and Steam bath.
Apartment La Paiva or Liane de Pougy
Sleeps: 4 People.
The two bedroom suite bearing her name unites two communicating Junior Suites, such that each of the two bedrooms has its own corresponding salon. Its unusually high ceilings create a superb space for showcasing one of the finest collections of works and furniture at the Maison Souquet.
• The elegance, exoticism and indulgent luxury of a pleasure house at the turn of 19th century
• Private and intimate spa, including swimming pool, steam-bath and beauty treatments
• French designer, Jacques Garcia, has created an eclectic and authentic collection of furniture, artwork, and paintings