Amzaing room decoration and maxed out Avante Garde style
Posted Nov 3, 2010
Not for the prudish. The semi-nude photos will offend the very conservative unless seen in the light of the homage to the arts,fashion and culture that the hotel is. The gardens are a delight and very Provence. You feel you are in a very unique and very French experince.
Our room featured Marilon Monroe with a 3D wall hanging of her in the masetr bedroom, with detail down to a specialised ,labeled CD in the sound system of music of her era . We found the art in the room sensual and apprpriate in the context of the hotel. We have 2 young girls and had no concerns about the style at all. But some censorship may be required on some of the books in the library and at reception.
Nothing was too much trouble. When we sat outside to watch the sunset blankets were brought for our comfort without request, room service was more like a restaurant meal served in the unit and the architecture of the common areas is comforting and evocative at the same time.
Great value for families as we had 2 separate bedrooms and a full kitchen hidden behind the disguised cupboards.
In 5 years when word gets out and they have the wrinkles out this will be a unique and vetry upmarket must see venue.
Not stodgy and conservative and always very, very interesting