The SNOB has carefully selected its location in Paris' bohemian neighbourhood, in the heart of the city, right in the middle of Rambuteau, Etienne Marcel and Ch‚telet-les Halles: a neighbourhood which many only dream of.
You will be in the Paris which never sleeps: shopping, exhibitions, bars, trendy restaurants.
The Les Halles, Etienne Marcel, and Rambuteau metro stations, as well as various bus lines which are around the hotel, allow you to easily reach all the main tourist sites and commercial areas.
The SNOB was conceived as a bourgeois abode, created in essence, to pay homage to the Parisienne lady. This complex yet charming ideal of snobbery represents the Parisienne's 'Eternal holidaymaker' spirit as much as her 'Chic and chilled' demeanour.
Enormous brass lamps which you can picture adorning the front of a summer holiday home, a reception desk which evokes an antique family heirloom, all within a warm, mellow atmosphere, enriched with lush greenery.
The theme of greenery is very present in the hotel, symbolising the Parisienne's desire for a touch of authenticity, which she so often lacks. She thus flees towards a universal value: nature… as is perfectly illustrated by the ground floor's panoramic wallpaper.
The interior designers
Dorothée Delaye and Daphné Desjeux have one thing in common: their previous careers in the media. The two media communications experts decided to join forces to create their interior design company 'Desjeux Delaye'. These two designers respect current trends whilst trusting their instincts.
They create the perfect marriage between classic and modern design by mixing re-appropriated craft furniture with designer pieces and with furnishings designed by themselves (lights, seats, mirrors…); their decorating approach is a real symphony of styles, which awakens the art found in unlikely combinations.