On the side of Maison Proust

A hundred years after his death, Paris continues to pay tribute to one of its most illustrious citizens: after the Ritz and the Swann, a new hotel takes hold of the figure of Marcel Proust to embody the spirit of a capital at its peak, that of the literary and aristocratic salons of the Belle Époque. The author of In Search of Lost Time would certainly have dubbed this Proust House, for which Jacques Garcia, expert in trimmings and precious universe, has created a cosky den with grandiose decor. Over the six floors, the twenty-three rooms and suites, classified five stars, evoke fashionable personalities (worldly, painters, writers), rubbed by the writer who sees himself, meanwhile, attributed the whole of the last level. Special mentions for the library dome and the column spa.

Maison Proust

26, rue de Picardie, 75003 Paris
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