A new 172 room hotel in Saint Blase, Paris named Mama Shelter has just opened. A fun, functional, artsy and luxurious hotel, it was designed by Philipe Starck and created by the founders of Club Med. With five different sized rooms, the hotel has fabulously designed common areas, a fun bar, a restaurant and wonderful artsy touches.
As any chic hotel should, it has a hip little shop, keihl's products in the rooms, a place to snack, it offers services like babysitters, a laundry room, wi-fi, transportation services and has a business center.
Communal eating areas include a restaurant conceived by Alain Senderens:
The Island Bar:
and a snack shop:
Places you can conduct business:
And a shop, of course:
Mama Shelter Sleeping accommodations:
The 5 different room sizes all have the feel of a refuge with their five star bedding (including 100% cotton satiny smooth sheets), a microwave oven, minibar, 24 inch IMAC (TV, radio, cd/dvd, Internet… and free wifi), an office and an elegant and functional bathroom. Below are the various size options.
la MAMA (15 to 17 square meters):
Mama Luxe (17 to 20 square meters):
Mama Deluxe (20 by 25 square meters):
Mama Terrace (It’s la MAMA LUXE with a large terrace and a view of the 20th arrondissement:
Mama Suite is the "Big Mama", (35 square meters) with a living room, two 24 inch IMACS, and a terrace.:
Lots of fun to be had as well as comfort and style, below you can see the bar complete with foosball table, photo booth and more.
A 4 meter long foosball table for 8 players:
And of course, they showcase the work of fab artists like photographer Jehad Nga:
Who's behind it?
Above: Created by the Trigano family (co-founders of Club Med) and French philosopher Cyril Aouizerate, Mama Shelter was designed by Philippe Starck to offer an eclectic and electric ambiance thanks to its friendly, warm and casual common areas.
109 rue de Bagnolet
Click here to book your stay now.
Phone Number:+33 (0)1 43 48 48 48
Fax Number:+33 (0)1 43 48 49 49
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