Minimalist Hi Matic Hotel in Paris

Usually the pretentious people who go on a trip are looking for a luxury accommodation place, a place where all the luxury conditions are available and all sorts of services can be offered to them. Besides this category of people there are also people who prefer to enjoy the beautiful views, the wonderful places that they can visit and prefer to spend less money on the accommodation or the food they eat. They prefer to spend some lovely moments in some unique places and they are not so pretentious about the place where they stay or the food they eat.

For those who are not pretentious about hotels and they look for a great place where they can exchange a lot of information with other people Matali Crasset and his collaborators Patrick Elouarghi and Philippe Chatelet have a great offer for them.

Hi Matic Hotel in Paris is a wonderful hotel with a minimalist design where people can exchange and have access to all sorts of pieces of information via the online system of the hotel and a plethora of screens that exist throughout the building.

It is a five floored hotel with a capacity of 42 rooms which were designed as some cabins and decorated with multifunctional pieces of furniture.Hi Matic Hotel is a great place where nothing will miss you and its simplistic design and its vivid interior colors will fill you up with energy and optimism.

Published by in Hotels & Resorts, on August 29th, 2011


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