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L’Hôtel du Collectionneur’s Art Deco-inspired style was birthed by a couple of distinguished personalities in the architecture and interior design worlds. Stanislas Fiszer created the original architecture design, while the interior was done by Jacques Garcia, a legend who previously lent his design eye to Hôtel Costes and other Groupe Lucien Barrière properties. The hotel was renovated in the last few years.
A tribute to the luxurious transatlantic liners that bridged the Old and New Worlds in the 1930s, the Paris hotel’s public spaces and guest rooms are a testament to travel and exoticism. Each detail of the hotel (sweeping staircases, sparkling wall sconces, marble en suite bathrooms) was carefully researched and designed to match the true style of the earlier times, particularly the drawings of influential furniture and interior designer Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann from the 1920s and ’30s.