The staircase leading to the breakfast room
Maurice Hurand Hotels ### The Artus Hotel pays tribute to contemporary art and artists of the past, with, installed in the hallway of the staircase, a panoramic reproduction of a detail from the famous painting by Eugène Delacroix, * Women of Algiers in their apartment * (1834).
The blue superior room
Maurice Hurand Hotels ### Noble materials, delicate fabrics and unique works of art judiciously combine with the bright colors admirably warming the blue superior room of the Artus Hotel.
The breakfast room
Maurice Hurand Hotels ### The red furniture underlines the cozy and refined ambience of the breakfast room.
The classic room
Maurice Hurand Hotels ### The classic room of the Artus Hotel presents, by its combination of yellow and gray, a resolutely modern and design atmosphere. With a view of rue de Buci, we like its typically Parisian side.
The decoration of the lobby
Maurice Hurand Hotels ### The choice of a tree trunk as a decorative object adds a nice touch of originality to the corridor of the Artus Hotel.
The 1950s bar <>
Maurice Hurand Hotels ### Studio Janréji revisits for the cozy bar, the deliciously retro spirit of the Fifties. A decoration between subtle humor and sobriety!
Maurice Hurand Hotels ### In this lobby, one can admire, thanks to the mixture of warm tones, how the architect Pierre Seignol managed to combine luxury, art, history and elegance.
Maurice Hurand Hotels ### A stone's throw from the main tourist sites, art galleries and antique stores, the Artus Hotel appeals to art lovers with the serenity of its design lines and its high-end comfort .