1. A statement of place
Located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, the property’s unmarked white stone exterior suggests a formal air, but upon entering you’ll find an almost Bohemian mix of design styles. There’s a reception area clad in distressed oak, ornate marble fireplaces and cashmere throws flung over custom-furniture, all sitting alongside vintage finds such as Hermès lamps and a Jacques Adnet table.
2. Visual cues
Each of the 30 rooms is decorated with graphic, geometric wool rugs by interior designer Michele Bönan. Forsaking the conventionality of walls, one suite divides the spacious room with a large, puzzle-like bronze box. Bathrooms are equally over-the-top, with chrome showers, pearl-inlaid fittings and even a full sitting area.
3. Luxury for within
Need to relax and unwind? You’ll find a hammam (Turkish bath) and a lap pool in the bathroom. Afterwards, enjoy Mediterranean sharing plates at restaurant Casa Tua.
J.K. Place Paris is currently accepting reservations from July 1 2020 onwards. jkplace.paris
This article was originally published in the April 2020 issue of SilverKris magazine