Once upon a time there was an hotel in Paris. In  this hotel you could find rooms and in these rooms were some letters. The Apostrophe decided to gather them to write its story...


We tell you a story...

 

What makes our "Poem" hotel amazing is that we have created it with the idea of telling our clients a story.  We have carefully choosen some literary themes, and arranged and illustrated them as if the hotel were a large book. Behind the decor of each room there is a meaning, an intention.... Then, we have named it Apostrophe, not so much as a tribute to the famous french literature TV show of Bernard Pivot, but to apostrophize our clients with our novelty...

We are unique !

 

To give you the best we have selected the following : Vincent Bastie, the architect, Sandrine Alouf, the "atmospherist" and Catherine Feff, the painter. The result is awesome : an incredibly poetic facade with handpainted trees' shadows. There are custom sheers related to each room theme and the carpet is a special creation for the Apostrophe Hotel. It has letters spilling down the staircase. Some of the ceilings are just stunning : a huge book,  piano keys, skies, or an upside down skate ramp...
The "Paris-Paradis" room is illustrating our tribute to Jules Renard : "Ajoutez deux lettres à Paris, c'est le Paradis" (add 2 letters to Paris, that's paradise).

We are poetic.

 

Once upon a time there were traces, shadows and  ephemeral dreams. Then some music and letters appeared. You could find them on posters, tags, newspapers, type metal and also in travel diaries...
But one day they got in a line : first an A, then a D, then the rest to make the following sentence ; "ADD TWO LETTERS TO PARIS, THAT'S PARADISE."