a cosy yet large bedroom
We wanted to share with you the story behind our lovely Parisian holiday apartment in the Marais. A 25m² studio that we designed like a cocoon to create a warm environment for leisure and business travellers.
This Parisian studio will please the authenticity seekers. Sophie Zaghdoun, our interior designer, created a successful combination of different styles.
In fact, she took her inspiration from the typical atmosphere of the Marais neighbourhood.
First, warm colours, graphic lines as well as Parisian boho touches compose this stylish studio! To set up a cozy atmosphere, she chose simple but chic furnitures. In addition, the graphic lines on the walls recall the attic structure.
Here is a guided tour of this studio designed like a resting cocoon.
For a while now, apartments with hotel services have been growing in popularity amongst travellers. And with good reason: they’re the perfect solution to discovering the town like a local without compromising on hotel conveniences. Sweet Inn has latched onto this trend. Its innovative concept: stylish apartments scattered throughout the city that offer the best of your favorite hotels.
Discover this new type of accommodation in 6 points.
1. A location in the heart of the city
@freepeopleuk looks down on the city from her Parisian apartment on Rue des Archives
Organising a trip that will make both children and adults happy is no easy task. “Are we there yet?”, “I’m hungry!”, “I’m bored!”, “I’m tired!” or even the classic “I want my bed!” never seem to end. Added to that is the hotel fold-up bed that won’t open, the teddy that goes missing, the hired buggy, and the never-ending problems of the bottle-warmer that doesn’t work. Sound familiar to you? No need to panic! We have the tailor-made solution that will enable you to travel with children. Enjoy all the benefits from a hotel whilst keeping your home comforts!
Comfort for each member of the family
A spacious triplex (90 m²) at the heart of Butte Montmartre can accommodate up to 7 people
Feel like having a Sex & The City experience with your girlfriends? We all dream of those girly moments where shopping, relaxation and indulgence take centre stage! Discover the benefits of Sweet Inn apartments and make your girls’ getaway unforgettable!
1. Plan a girls’ party like at home
@shinythoughts and her friend plan a pyjama party at Sweet Inn’ PONTHIEU I apartment
Renting an apartment is becoming an increasingly common option for business trips, especially those lasting several days or weeks. What could be nicer, though, than keeping your home habits and your independence? Only, this option generally raises some concerns. Is the apartment true to its description on the Internet? Where and how do you pick up the keys? Will it be possible to work there efficiently? Sweet Inn provides clear answers to all of these questions by combaning the best aspects of hotel accommodation and short-term apartment rental in a single product. Discover a new concept of accommodation in sync with the needs of the business travellers.
A Sweet Inn Guest Relations agent welcoming a client at our lobby in Paris
When it comes to planning a holiday and choosing accommodation, there are three main types of people. The first type opts for the traditional hotel room because of its comfort, security and cleanliness. The second prefers to rent an apartment to feel “at home”, to live more like a local, and to pay less than in a hotel. And those in the last group want a mix of both and tend towards the classic “Hotel-apartment”. Up until now, that’s nothing new. Only, two years ago a new player appeared on the scene of professional, touristic accommodation: Sweet Inn. Sweet Inn is an entirely new concept of renting an apartment with hotel services that doesn’t come under the category of “Hotel-apartment”. We understand you might be a little confused, so we’re going to explain our innovative idea to you in 5 points.
1. Designer apartments
The ‘Miró’ apartment in the Eixample district of Barcelona, inspired by the painter Joan Miró. Just next to it is the park named after him.