Before the Hotel Edgar was the Hotel Edgar, it was a ramshackle clothing workshop that happened to have a really great location overlooking a tree-lined square in Paris.
Founder Guillaume Rouget-Luchaire was aided by his friends and family to turn the dark and dingy space into a charming concept hotel attracting many Parisian locals. The artists, photographers, graphic designers and other creatives worked to bring the hotel's 13 rooms to life with different themes, each more lively than the next. For instance, one room features a playful action figure chandelier, while another is styled to look like a treehouse.
These rooms offer imagination, playfulness and whimsy for adults who haven't lost their sense of adventure. The novelty alone should be enough to pique your interest!