Our Weird & Wonderful crew have now made it to France where they are paying the Hotel De Nesle a visit.
This Hotel has 20 rooms, each decorated with a different theme. I hope they’ve remembered to take enough film with them.
Located in the classy Saint Germaine quarters, the Hotel de Nesle (pronounced ‘Nell’) offers the chance to experience a truly bohemian Paris!
With its 20 themed rooms, you have the chance to enter the world of Molière, the realms of Orientism or even envelop yourself in Ancient Egypt.
Set within its own country garden, the Hotel de Nesle combines the past with the present and the rural with the urban. Magnifique!
If you described someone you knew as “bubbly” you probably mean to say they are annoying! But, by describing Eastern France’s Museumotel in such terms, you are simply being honest, as its nine buildings are literally… bubbles!
Originally designed by the 1960s architect, Pascal Haüsermann, the bubbles are now fully-contained motel rooms each with a different theme. Get arty in the Warhol-esq ‘Pop Art’, chill-out in the peaceful ‘Zen’ or do what comes naturally in the ‘Love’ bubble!
This motel offers a great mix of relaxation and art. As you get comfortable in the designer furniture, viewing the paintings and sculptures from the comfort of your own room, it’s like making yourself at home in a modern museum.