Filed under: Haute Hotels | Tags: Bruno Moinard, champagne, Hotel du Marc, Pablo Reinoso, Reims
The former residence of Madame Clicquot herself, Hôtel du Marc is a recently reopened (after four years of renovations) 19th century neoclassic private mansion. Despite the name, it isn’t a hotel and it opens its heritage-rich doors strictly by invitation.
A mix of antique pieces, custom art and other clever design elements, that makes for a truly enchanting decor.
The masterminded responsible for the interior design is a French designer Bruno Moinard, who is famous for his work for Cartier, Hermès and other hotels projects around the world.
We loved the tiny details in bathroom tiling incorporating touches of the signature Pantone 137C or simply Veuve Clicquot’s yellow.
This functional sculpture designed by Pablo Reinoso, called “Cadre de Vie”, culminates in the twisting and turning wood and captivates guests attention as they climb the stairs of the lobby.
The experience wouldn’t be complete without the Veuve Clicquot bubbles regardless wether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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