Hôtel de Jobo
Built on the site of a 17th-century convent in Paris’ trendy Le Marais neighborhood, Hôtel de Jobo pays tribute to fashionable Josephine Bonaparte, Napoleon’s first wife.
Responsible for the ravishing interiors is designer Bambi Sloan, who used Josephine’s true passions - roses, swans, and leopard print - as motifs throughout the decor. The result is a unique fusion of styles and patterns, of historical eccentricity and Rock ‘n Roll. Envisioned as love nests, the boutique’s boudoir-like rooms are adorned with bold patterns, striking period wallpapers, and bijou bathrooms clad in Marquina and Carrara marble mosaic.
Exquisite cheeses and champagnes, seasonal gourmet dishes, and handcrafted cocktails are available in the hotel’s sensual lounge bar, furnished with plush floral sofas and daring leopard print carpets scattered with roses.