The richer the story of the places where you stay, the more special the memory of your travel becomes.
Meet the story of L'Escape, reawakening your feelings and emotions that may have become dulled by everyday life.
Jacques Garcia is a master of creating boutique hotel interiors.
He was named a Chevalier of the Ordre of the Légion d'Honneur by the French government in 2018. His work can be seen in such luxury boutique hotels as L'Hotel Paris and Hotel Costes in Paris and The NoMad Hotel in New York. His work at L'Escape Hotel is intended to replicate the elegance and sensibilities of French culture during the period of the Belle Époque in the nineteenth century in France.
The splendor of the Belle Époque
during the nineteenth century in France
An unconventional atmosphere
created by perfect symmetries
Antique-look furniture inspired
by eighteenth-century French châteaux
Alienor Massenet is a world-renowned parfumier.
Her creations include Penhaligon’s, Maison Martin Margiela, Memo Paris, and other "niche" perfumes. L'Escape has worked with her to create its signature scent carrying oblique hints of French romanticism. Perfumes and candles permeated with our signature scent can be purchased at the L'Escape Collection.
The fragrance of roses is integral to L'Escape's.
Guests will delight in discovering how gently
it permeates the entire environment of pleasant suprises.
Tony Marklew is a London-based flower and art director.
He works as a floral artist for a number of brands, including Shangri-La Paris, GIVENCHY, and Fendi.
His delicate yet bold creations enhance the ambiance of L'Escape throughout the year.
Richly decorated floral decorations
blend seamlessly into all the spaces inside L’Escape.
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