LE SA­CHA

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Be­fore there were theatres, now there are bou­tique ho­tels. Bet­ween Place Saint-Georges and Place Pi­galle, an area which some are al­rea­dy re­fer­ring to as SoPi (stan­ding for South Pi­galle, just like So­Ho in Man­hat­tan...), what is on of­fer is gro­wing at high speed. The cur­tain has just been lif­ted on the dis­trict’s la­test achie­ve­ment: Le Sa­cha (as in Gui­try, yes!). As soon as you go in­side, you find your­self plun­ged in­to an at­mos­phere of theatres and that Pa­ri­sian lifestyle so per­fect­ly por­trayed in Sa­cha Gui­try’s work. The lob­by has an at­mos­phere of Pa­ris bet­ween the wars, its cor­ri­dors are de­co­ra­ted with a good col­lec­tion of theatre pos­ters and et­chings, co­lor­ful wall-han­gings and vel­vet cur­tains in the rooms... The in­te­rior de­co­ra­tor, Ju­lie Gau­the­ron, has mul­ti­plied re­fe­rences to Pa­ri­sian theatre life. The ele­gant glass doors which open on­to the gar­den shim­mer with an at­trac­tive ener­gy at the end of the day, when the ho­tel ma­na­ge­ment of­fers a cham­pagne tas­ting to its guests. Eve­ry­thing that Pa­ris has to of­fer! —

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