Mezzanine Hotel Rooms Demonstrate Creative Shifts in Luxury Accommodation

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 21, 2015
References: jeanphilippenuel & muuuz
It's common practice to design simple suites that can cater to any guest, but this approach is completely devoid of comforting character. This intriguing mezzanine hotel room is an example of a space within Le 5 Codet Hotel that completely reshuffles the conventional configuration in accommodation.

Upper middle class consumers have always been looking to be impressed by the lodgings that they book, but preferences have changed. It isn't enough to provide standard conveniences and surprise luxuries -- it's the uniqueness that comes from built personality that really makes guests' experiences memorable. A prime example is Jean-Philippe Nuel's work on this Parisian hotel, which includes singular eccentric designs in each space, with inspiring open-plan and stacked arrangements of high-quality furnishings and finishes.