Located near the Jardin des Tuileries, Le Roch Hôtel & Spa Paris is a 5-star hotel where contemporary design and an elegant atmosphere meet. This charming boutique hotel was designed by the architect and top interior designer Sarah Lavoine. The art of simplicity rather than ostentatious splendor is both the designer’s and the hotel’s conception of luxury. It was this idea that the hotel was conceived.
Le Roch Hôtel & Spa upholds a rare equilibrium between the comfortable feel of a home and the world-class services of a 5-star establishment. This 37 room Paris hotel is a place apart from the capital’s usual hotels.
To design this hospitality project, the architect and interior decorator was inspired by the codes of the Parisian style and magnified them. Attentive to detail, which was pushed to its extreme, Sarah Lavoine took great care not only in the choice of colors but also in the modern furniture, which she partially designed.
Through a clever play of lights and materials, the designer has mixed her signature colors with finesse: a deep black with soft pastels, the Blue Sarah, and a bright red brick. Creating an elegant, welcoming place with a cozy and friendly atmosphere.
In the small reception room, there’s an atmosphere skillfully subdued. The whole space is highlighted by vibrant blues. A few meters away, the lobby and its impressive library offer a beautiful relaxation area reserved for visitors in transit, as well as the guests of the adjoining bar.
Conceived like real Parisian apartments, the 32 rooms and 5 suites of Le Roch offer generous amenities. Very bright, they combine elegance and contemporary chic in warm ambiances. Decorated according to 5 color codes close to Sarah Lavoine, they mix powdered pink, black and white, saffron yellow, pistachio green, not to mention the unmistakable Blue Sarah.
The modern restaurant is the ex-libris of this project. In contrast with the deep tones spaces, Sarah Lavoine brought pops of color to brighten up the restaurant. In harmony with the roundness of the skylight, the center of the room turns around a few benches in navy blue velvet, also arranged along the walls. The chairs with their pastel notes will make this decor both chic and relaxed. In the kitchen, we find young chef Arnaud Faye – rewarded to date with 2 Michelin stars.
A place with an unmistakably Parisian ambiance, where guests can discover the charming hospitality of a remarkably committed team and where the level of comfort and amenities are distinctly upscale.