Having stayed in Paris many many times over the past few years, I have had the treat of trying many of this wonderful cities more interesting or boutique hotels. However, one that has really stayed in my mind has been the Kube (in Montmatre).
So, it’s also a treat to see this quirky little enclave feature today on Trendland. (Read on to see more photographs and read their review/Description):
Tucked into a tiny, quiet street at the summit of Paris Montmartre is a retro-future hotel that defies the classical clichés of Paris, fitting rather into a Jacques Tati vision of modernity. Kube Hotel combines a resolutely geometric sense of architecture, as its name suggests, with a 1960s sci-fi theme in its furnishings and décor, producing a feast for the eyes and senses.
Kube Hotel Paris ( also know as Kube Rooms); Its historic facade hides an innovative and high tech universe: 41 rooms and suites, the Ice Kube (the city’s first ice bar), a restaurant, one lounge bar, 2 state of art screening rooms as well as a gym. Harmonious and loft like spaces spread around an open air courtyard reflect its contemporary surroundings and trendy atmosphere.
The large bedrooms are designed for the modern traveller. Each is equipped with digital door openings, LCD screen TV with game console (DVD/CD player), coffee machine … The bedsat the Kube Hotel Paris are lit from beneath, creating the illusion of levitation, which definitely adds to the overall sense of spaciousness, clarity and calm. Probably the most sensational boutique hotel in Paris. Kube is Future-Retro made real.