Hotel Le A: so chic, so cool, so hip, so arty, so designer.
Hotel Le A. Le A. Why call a hotel simply the "A"?
One day, the artist Fabrice Hyber doodled a letter "A", and had a fit of laughter. It's the universal first letter of the alphabet and it sounds good. It's the perfect name for a hotel. And suddenly everything came together in this search of the « A » connection. "A" for rue d'Artois, "A" for Alphabet (26 rooms), "A" for Art (the hotel is an art gallery) and finally the letter « A », designed in an extended, slender form as a logo resembles the Eiffel Tower, within sight of the hotel.
After several long months of work, in 2003 this modern luxury hotel opened its doors to the public.» Details
The 19th century facade and theglass roof have been preserved. All interior space has been remodelled to become a large private house. Hotel Le A is no boutique hotel; it is designed and built as a true townhouse, a home.
The considerable size of the site allows for discreet, modern luxury. It is a blend of sophistication, elegant simplicity and powerful architecture.
Comfort is a feature here. A vision designed by Frédéric Mechiche, whose work encompasses artistic creation, colour, materials, and light. Style and comfort have been given the greatest care by his efforts.