The seven floors of the Cambon Paris have been entirely restructured and renovated, inviting you on a journey through the artistic and literary world of the 19th century. For the hotel reveals itself floor by floor with a tastefully cultivated romantic spirit and delicate colours.
Seven floors, for the seven famous figures who lived on Rue Cambon and went down in history, from France’s Consulate period to the Second Empire. Empress Eugénie, Chateaubriand, Stendhal… they were all an inspiration to us when decorating the rooms and redesigning them to feel like a guest room in a private home, offering only the very best.
Step inside and be carried away by the beauty of the mouldings, the warmth of the oakflooring; run your hand over the furniture’s pure lines, tracing its curves with your hand, and feel the soft light flooding in; open up to a sweet romantic reverie while contemplating the floral motifs and idyllic little country scenes that unfold around you.
Here, there is no desire to show off, just a focus on materials, design, well-being, and know-how that makes each room a restful haven.
A cocoon where each vintage object and each painting from our collection naturally finds its place. Where lamps in the purest of blown glass seem to float in the air, echoing the solar discs which diffuse their precious halo of light with infinite softness when night falls.
A cosy, perfectly soundproofed nest, ideal for a revitalising break, whose atmosphere extends beyond each room into a bright, streamlined bathroom.
A graceful and poetic invitation to unwind.