Imagine it’s the 18th century, and your intrepid scholarly friend has just returned from a whirlwind trip around the world. You sit, transfixed, as he reveals the treasures he’s picked up along the way: cloisonné vases, tapestries from the Silk Road, blue and white Chinese porcelain wares, intricately woven rugs from Kazakhstan, shelves carved from bronze.
Hôtel Daniel is a maze of antique art disguised as accommodation. Housed in a six-story Haussmann-style building, the hotel consists of 18 rooms and 8 suites, each individually bedecked with personal touches like chinoiserie wallpaper, Toile de Joy bedding, murals and flower-shaped lighting and balconies; all feature the room’s signature sea-green color.
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