“The oldest boulangerie in Paris (where Victor Hugo probably bought his bread), its façade intact, now houses a petite, eccentric, one-off hotel with interiors by none other than Christian Lacroix, who displays the same riotous love of colour and richness, and traditional mixed with exotic as he does in his fashion designs. All 17 rooms are different; try for the best for a strong dose of Lacroix.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
"Christian Lacroix has taken a 17-bedroom, 17th-century Marais building with a classic 1900s boulangerie shopfront and transformed it into a supremely original hotel packed with captivating details."
Originally published by Conde Nast Traveller (view article)