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Idol Hotel

by Sophie Cullen on Nov 20, 2015 in Interiors
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Photo courtesy Idol Hotel

Photo courtesy Idol Hotel

Idol Hotel has recently opened in the 8th arrondisement of Paris, paying homage to 60s-80s Soul Music through design

In a neighbourhood of France’s capital that is much loved by music aficionados, owner Yann Gasparini has opened Idol Hotel. The Jazz and Soul-Funk music lover has worked with hotel decorator Julie Gauthron to create interiors that hark back to a different time.

Photo courtesy Idol Hotel

Photo courtesy Idol Hotel

The rooms are decorated like colourful sleeves from albums of Motown days and have names such as Moon Blue, Jungle Fever and Light My Fire. The palette of colours are representative of the 60s-80s decades, incorporating bright, clashing hues along with disco-type lighting.

Photo courtesy Idol Hotel

Photo courtesy Idol Hotel

With architecture by A-D Tango and music fittings by Parisian DJ François Mazza, this place is more than just a hotel, it’s an experience!

Photo courtesy Idol Hotel

Photo courtesy Idol Hotel

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