Inaugurated in 2005 by Jérôme Foucaud, CEO of Murano Resort, the KUBE Hotel is a unique place in France. The place stands out from traditional hotels with its amazing design and a very bold concept. Located in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, in a nice, quiet alley, it will allow you to enjoy your glass of vodka in a very cosmopolitan environment. Sortiraparis tells you why you might want to rush to this fairly unusual hotel.
The KUBE hotel is truly a luxury hotel, with its upscale design, services and high-tech equipment. The overall atmosphere is relaxed and based on the rather... pleasantly unusual side of the place. Ice marks the KUBE's originality and is literally everywhere.
The ice bar aka "The Ice KUBE by Grey Goose" allows for an experience that long remained unique and unparalleled in France. The surreal setting consisting of 20 tons of transparent ice with multicolor LEDs and with an igloo, gives one a sense of escape. During your 30-minutes session, at an ambient temperature of -10°C (14°F) , you could go for a variety of cocktails made with Grey Goose vodka, in a so very "far north" setting. To survive the cold, parkas, hats and gloves will be provided. An important tip: remember to book your session at the Ice Bar. The musical atmosphere is provided by a trendy DJ: music is one of the spearheads of the KUBE Hotel. Every night, the KUBE offers an eclectic musical program, with a good beat. We are pretty fond of the "Girly Wednesday ", for instance .
In November 2008, KUBE turned up trumps, when they announced the opening of an ephemeral ice suite called "The Ice Room by Grey Goose". In this suite inaugurated by the billionaire adventurer Richard Branson, guests can create their very own vodka cocktails.
Open to the public from Wednesday to Saturday between 19:00 (7:00 p.m) and 1:30 a.m.
Sunday from 14:00 (2:00 p.m) to 23:00 (11:00 p.m)
session length : 30 minutes
Capacity: 20 people
Price : 38 € (includes 4 Grey Goose cocktails)
Reservations required (48 hours in advance)
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