Prince de Galles is a modern hotel in Paris that provides luxurious retreat amidst the energy of France’s capital city and comprises more than one hundred guest rooms and more than forty spacious contemporary suites, many of which include private balconies with stunning views of the Paris cityscape. The Lalique is the most expensive suite in this luxury hotel: steps away from the Champs-Elysées, it is also a unique celebration of stylish elegance and sophistication.
This 180 m² duplex expensive suite was renovated and designed by the top interior designer Patrick Hellmann and the result is a luxury interior design with a minimalist contemporary feel that raises the original Art Deco style.
Inside this luxury and expensive suite, smooth marble bathrooms showcase mosaics inspired by the Art Deco era, as well as plush terrycloth robes and slippers and toiletries from the Lalique collection.
Patrick Hellmann offers a modern and different life to this expensive suite: Art Deco lines were added, which are the very symbol of glamorous celebrations “à la française”. Embodying the luxury hotel’s values, the luxury suite contains two levels among the ground floor lobby and the upstairs living space. Furthermore, this new suite features luxury furniture pieces and gives to exclusive guests the honor of having a rare opportunity to spend a night on the Paris skyline.
Featuring marvelous gold accents, the lavish Art Deco aesthetic inside the expensive suite, however, showcases another kind of French beauty, thanks to a first-time partnership with the historic Paris-based glassmaker, Lalique. The German top interior designer Patrick Hellmann has wrapped the entire expensive suite in a mosaic of mostly black and gold to bring that Art Deco to look to life and then covered it with texture, such as sculptural modern side tables and blonde wood luxury furniture, to deliver some balance.