Hotel Lenox Montparnasse unveils a new décor, designed by architects Jean-Michel Tarallo and Elisa Luzzato. Both have managed to keep the Parisian spirit of the place which building dates back from the late 19th century, both providing clients the same services as a 4-star hotel – Hotel Lenox Montparnasse is a 3-star hotel.
In the early 20th century, artists, writers, painters and sculptors used to stay at the hotel. For instance, Man Ray stayed quite a while in room 37. Depeche Mode also shot their first video clip, while – more recently – Christophe Honoré wrapped his latest movie awarded in Cannes in room 212.
Fourteen months of renovation work have been needed to give a boost to the 52 bedrooms and the 1000sqm of Hotel Lenox. From now on, the small lounge welcomes you with a chill vibe including armchairs and seat benches and where you can go and take a book from the library.
The bar has been redesigned so that patrons can go to the other side and help themselves for breakfast, soft and alcohol drinks following the principles of the honesty bar.
The Classic Hic rooms have been designed with blue and grege hues while the Dada rooms pay tribute to the Dada movement with black and white and rather masculine colors.
Last but not least, suites welcome you in grege and black colors as well as tweed as a nod to Chanel and Dior.
Is this your hotel for your next trip to Paris?
From 1 August 2019 to 31 December 2019
15 Rue Delambre
75014 Paris 14
01 43 35 34 50