The Molitor Hotel in Paris, France was created during the 1930s and since then it became famous as one of the most important spots in the city with the renowned two swimming pools, galas and an avant-garde aesthetic.
The Molitor was reopened with a view of the summer pool and 124 rooms comprising the five-star MGallery hotel. The Molitor maintains its status of a historical monument and since it needed extensive renovations four architects joined together to respond to the challenge by rebuilding the original art deco elements in the same manner as the one imagined by Lucien Pollet in 1929.
The spots where the original elements couldn’t be reconstructed were replaced with a contemporary aesthetic and aside from the rooms the hotel hosts a spa, an indoor swimming pool and a rooftop terrace with a cocktail bar and restaurant that offer an overview of the Eiffel Tower.
The guests have access to a landscaped garden, Clarins spa with water-based treatments, steam rooms, saunas and a Shu Uemura salon.