The DNA: A blend of religious heritage, opulent rooms and spectacular spaces characterize Sinner’s distinctive and daring interiors. Known for his surprising details, designer Tristan Auer eschews trends in favor of an expressive clash in style and era, taking inspiration from the Le Marais neighborhood – where the hotel is located – often referred to as ‘Old Paris’ and now a hub of creativity – as well as the frivolity of the 70’s. Vaulted archways, gothic-inspired candelabras, and stained glass windows evoke a monastic aesthetic. Dark, lantern-lit hallways lead guests to their rooms where the use of clean lines and playful prints inject a contemporary touch. Striking design details include red doors with knockers and peepholes inspired by carriage porches, an installation of chained metal pipes hanging by the lifts; and a candlelit crypt opposite reception, home to a cabinet of curiosities which serves as Sinner’s curated concept store.
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✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 43 rooms (21-40m2) (226-431 sq ft) & suites (60m2) (646 sq ft) • hotel opened: 2019 • architecture & interior design: Tristan Auer • parking possible at a a location nearby (charged) ✅ pet friendly, no charges • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible
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