For almost a century, an icon of Art Deco has been enthroned in the Wagram district. Powdered with pink, the former Mercedes family boarding house is now resurrected as a cheerful neighbourhood hotel, a stopover for weekend Parisians and travellers from all over the world.

A decorative tribute to the architecture and atmosphere of Miami. All the essentials to brighten up the West of Paris.


The Art-Deco Experience

A stay in the heart of the capital

Avenue de Wagram in Paris. A few steps from the Parc Monceau andof the Congress Centre, stands an unforgettable façade designed by a renowned architect: Pierre Patout. A benchmark of the "liner" and maritime style in the 1920s and 1930s, the man who participated in the design of the transatlantic liner Normandie, rounded out Paris by imagining buildings with wildly Art Deco lines.

The Hotel Mercedes, named after the daughter of the first owner, was built in 1928. Seven floors, a lightly powdered pastel pink façade, a Miami feel in the middle of Paris and a period bar in the basement.

"Mercedes is a monumental hotel with an extravagant façade. An architectural gem from the 1930s that I wanted to revive with inspiration from Miami, with its pastel features and cheerful, frankly vibrant atmospheres. Mercedes tells the story of Art Deco, an eternally inspiring and ever-living legacy and artistic movement."


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