Graffiti artist-turned-entreprenuer André Saraiva’s Hôtel Grand Amour is a Parisian hotspot for the young, artsy and chic!
Graffiti artist, nightlife impresario and co-owner André Saraiva’s latest venture in hospitality is a reflection of his creative lifestyle: Hôtel Grand Amour. Conceived with partners Emmanuel Delavenne and Thierry Costos, the 44 room, vintage Napoleon III-style building lies in the 10th Arrondissement on the corners of Rue de La Fidèlité, near Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est train stations. Blending Parisian sensibility, whimsy and quirkiness with bold, modern art charm, the property boasts themed “drawing” rooms features art by Guy Bourdin, Helmut Newton , Keith Haring and Carlotta, libraries ‘‘curated’’ by the fashion writers Glenn O’Brien and Olivier Zahm, and customized carpeting by Saraiva’s pals André and Pierre Frey. There’s also a spa, a cafe, an upscale brasserie and a cocktail lounge, inspired by the Ritz’s Bar Hemingway, located on the ground floor. Amenities are from Hermès. Be sure to check in at the Grand Amour on your next visit to the city and prepare to mingle with the youthful locals and feel chic!
Hôtel Grand Amour
18 Rue de la Fidélité
75010 Paris, France
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