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Hôtel Norman – A New Hotel Near The Champs Elysees, Paris

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Hôtel Norman – a new luxury hotel in Paris

A short walk from the Arc de Triomphe, on the corner of Rue Balzac and Rue de Châteaubriand, Olivier Bertrand has opened another luxury address for Parisians and visitors to the city, the Hôtel Norman (www.hotelnorman.com).

Hôtel Norman, with only 37 keys (29 rooms, 8 suites) turns intimacy into a supreme luxury. Each guest is given discreet, but highly personalized service. The hotel offers a comfortable stay for all kinds of travellers, including families, with connecting rooms, some with balconies offering views of the Eiffel Tower, or a roof-top suite to admire Paris from above.

50s & 60s-Inspired Design

Hôtel Norman is clad in a stone facade with curved glass windows and leafy balconies, all crowned by a dome. Once past the rotunda door, visitors navigate an opulent velvet curtain to enter Norman’s world. Rather than a traditional Reception, they find a comfortable library lounge with a fireplace. A warm setting to relax alone, with family or friends. The interior is furnished with vintage sofas, objects unearthed in antique shops and eclectic artworks. Brazilian design rubs shoulders with ’50s furniture, geometric prints keep company with American paintings of the ‘70s like the accumulation of a lifetime of memories.

French architect Thomas Vidalenc paid tribute to Norman Ives by taking his graphic works of vibrant colour from the ’50s and ’60s as inspiration to decorate the 5-star hotel. Ives was an American painter, graphic designer, publisher, and a Yale professor of graphic design. He was deeply influenced by the Bauhaus movement and became a major player in American modernism of the mid-20th century.

Hôtel Norman

Stylish Hotel Rooms

The rooms and suites are clad in the same materials as the living areas, with custom furnishings enriched by items unearthed from antique dealers. Refined rosewood headboards are balanced by the softness of natural wool curtains with leather detailing. Carpets with geometric patterns sit on parquet floors. An ingenious storage structure with oak drawers holds a built-in mini-bar. In the same spirit, the bathroom features mosaic-tile walls and a marble sink on a vanity made of rosewood, glass and steel.

Fusion Food with Thai Influence

A legendary address for decades on the Left Bank, Chef Thiou’s restaurant has long been the iconic reference for Thai gastronomy in the capital, a world of its own in the heart of Parisian gourmets.

On the menu, a crispy soft-shell crab, green mango salad with Thai herbs, roast filet of sea bream with ginger and chives, carpaccio of crayfish & salmon roe, combawa vinaigrette, and of course, The iconic “Tigre qui pleure” or “Crying Tiger,” a spicy beef dish that is a highly personal interpretation of eclectic delicacies, just like the decor.

The restaurant is open all day, from breakfast to lunch, brunch to dinner, with the ability to savour meals in the hotel’s interior courtyard as soon as the weather allows.

At the bar, guests may join friends for cocktails, meet up for coffee, or take a break after meetings. Located between the boutiques of Avenue Montaigne and the Champs-Elysées, nearby museums and art galleries, tourist attractions and the neighbourhood’s many offices, there is always a good reason to visit the Norman’s bar.

Hôtel Norman

Sports Club & Spa by Omnisens (March 2024)

The Norman is also fully equipped to take care of their physical well-being. Its fitness area offers a wide choice of machines. After a workout, head straight for the spa. Its streamlined decor encourages you to let go and enjoy soothing relaxation in a soft, ultra-comfortable, mineral world. Depending on preference, opt for the plunge pool or sauna to relax and boost energy. Just next door, two treatment cabins accommodate personalized Omnisens treatments and massages.

In a minimalist ambience, the Norman’s spa works hand-in-hand with Omnisens renowned for its holistic approach to well-being.

Hôtel Norman is located at 9, rue Balzac – 75008 Paris. Room rates start at just under 400 euros.

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