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Ideally located on a quiet street in the diverse and intellectual 9th arrondissement, Hotel de NELL blends comfort and exceptional service with an innovative trend in French cuisine—bistronomie. La Régalade Conservatoire, the hotel's bistro, serves honest yet sophisticated dishes from French chef Bruno Doucet. Guests will also marvel at the interiors by acclaimed architect and interior designer Jean-Michel Wilmotte, who uses natural wood paneling, underfloor heating, white marble in the Japanese-style bathrooms, and retro lighting to create a warm atmosphere in the 33 rooms and suites.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Father and daughter duo Jacques Konckier and Lisa Abrat wanted to create a “French Plus” revolution in the hospitality industry by crafting hotels with the personal service level of a boutique and the functionality of a grand luxury property. With their high-end hospitality brand Charm & More, the family created the four-star L’Hôtel Benkiraï in Saint-Tropez and Hotel de NELL, both of which strike a desirable balance between the intimate and the extraordinary.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Hotel de NELL is housed in a restored 19th-century building that presents a clean white façade on a quite side-street. The white theme continues inside, with rooms and common areas showcasing minimalist designs by architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, who puts environmental sustainability and local integration principles at the forefront of his work. The interior design features French pavement, natural wood paneling, long fireplaces, and retro lighting, while many of the 33 rooms and suites are adorned with large floor rugs, woods of varying hues, and Japanese-styled bathrooms.