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issue 39 - August/September 2017
CURVE magazine cover August/September 2017


Masion Albar Hotel Paris Celine Raises the Bar

If any hotel could be said to embody the very notion of Parisian style, it would have to be the newly conceived Masion Albar Hotel Paris Celine. Sitting in the heart of this most glamorous city, the hotel represents a contemporary chic, a modern, luxurious take on the Paris of the old.

Celine Falco is a member of the aristocracy of the hotel world. A member of the famous Albar family of hoteliers, Falco is the modern, vibrant face of an established dynasty. Launching her own brand, this eponymous hotel is the first of many luxury boutique hotels, the flagship of a new endeavor. Sophisticated, stylish, Masion Albar Hotel Paris Celine represents Falco's jumping off point. Inspired by the pre war Paris of the 1920's, the interior takes one back to period of excess, luxury and, let's face it, hedonism. Designed by the famed interior designer Alexandre Danan, there are Art Deco touches everywhere, though the sense of contemporary design is felt everywhere, this is without a doubt a throwback. Set as it is in a classic Parisian townhouse, the hotel exudes a sense of effortless, intimately French, style. Eponymous, for sure, the hotel sits in the former headquarters of Celine, that indelibly Parisian of fashion houses that spearheaded the haute couture movement. It is fitting then that this remarkable new hotel is surrounded by the famed boutiques of Paris, lying mere minutes away from the lobby. Style within style, Masion Albar Hotel Paris Celine is clearly situated in the right spot.

With 60 rooms and suites, the hotel's interiors are replete with luxurious elements such as velvets, various woods, leather, marble and brass, this is opulent to say the least. With views of either the street or an internal courtyard, the hotel is ultimately an urban space, though one might forget this if in the 1923 Room with its rooftop space and sweeping views of Parisian rooftops thanks to walls of floor to ceiling windows. Modern technology is on hand as all bathrooms contain iPads that control various elements of the room.

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