Home of The 7 Deadly Sins – Vice Versa Hotel
Don’t you just love when you find a new and interesting designed hotel that offers a much more personalized experience that usual ones? One of those is this Home of The 7 Deadly Sins – Vice Versa Hotel.
It is a place that allows you to explore different worlds and emotions. In Paris, close to Parc des Expositions Porte de Versailles, there is a hotel that will take you to heaven and back.
Among the last-born concept Parisian hotels, the Vice Versa Hotel Paris will welcome you into a world where sin suddenly becomes a source of joy and fulfillment.
The Vice Versa Hotel Paris offers a contemporary, uniquely designed and very Parisian hotel created by the famous designer and interior designer Chantal Thomass.
Since early Christian times there was made a classification of vices and called the seven deadly sins, also known as the capital vices. These are: wrath, greed, laziness, pride, lust, envy and gluttony.
And those capital vices are the theme that Chantal Thomass chose for the entire hotel. Basically, Vice Versa Hotel Paris has 37 rooms spread over 6 floors and each floor is represented by a cardinal sin with a theme reflected from floor to ceiling.
What is even more interesting is that upon entering the Vice Versa Hotel Paris, you go to heaven, into a living room perfectly white, equipped with comfortable chairs, angel wings on the wall and chandeliers in the shape of fluffy clouds.
But, as we know from Dante, before arriving into paradise we need to pass the test of the 7 deadly sins. And before choosing your favorite sin, their restaurant will offer you a little taste of heaven.
They provide a breakfast where your pleasures can’t be denied! Indeed, in a setting of Greed, you can enjoy the best breads and pastries, served with jam, butter, and hot drinks.
Let’s discover the 7 deadly sins!
In this room, you will be immersed in the wonderful atmosphere of a teahouse. As for lamps, small teapots are suspended above a beautiful round bed with cushions reminiscent of delicious macaroons.
Tea boxes and sweets, or porcelain plates embellish the walls of this room, where the only desire, is to give into temptation!
Greed looks very manly. Here, you will see bank notes almost anywhere. Upon awakening as at bedtime, your eyes will stand on a multitude of bills: dollars, rupees, Belgian Francs, Shillings.
The bedside tables conceived into cubes with small locks or even the keys drawn on large cabinets will remind you of safes filled with treasures!
The colors of this room are red and black to evoke anger. Lightning on the cabinets, revolvers and pistols on the carpet or furniture handles, tagged tables… floor to ceiling, passion reveals the darkest side in each one of us.
Here, the atmosphere is elegant and majestic and the room looks like a palace adorned with statues and marble columns, where the deep blue is accented with gold.
This princely ambience flatters the ego and remembers how the “I” is essential.
This sin is represented as a feminine one. For all those “shopping addicts”, these rooms will show up your insatiable desire for Parisian fashion accessories, certainly exposed to you in abundance.
Time stops in these rooms. Under a ceiling of blue sky, colorful butterflies and flowers you will be transported to a rural and peaceful place.
This pastoral setting with soothing colors is perfect for relaxing and daydreaming.
The ambience, while pink and black in these rooms is conducive to pleasure.
There are suggestive female silhouettes on the walls, lace bodice on the carpet, sublime lamps, headboard with delicate lace pattern, heart-shaped sink that evoke sensuality.
This hotel would clearly give you a different and interesting experience and make you feel amazing in those chic and glamorous ambiances created by Chantal Thomass. Prices start from 126 euros per night and you can go on their site to make reservations.
I am sure you found this idea as captivating as I did and I hope you will be checking it out soon. What sin would you choose?