Brach is a brand new Paris boutique hotel created by the famous designer Philippe Starck. It is built in the avant-garde style in the form of a huge greenhouse with modernist architectural elements in the 1930s. As part of the ever-growing Evok Hotels collection, the 59-room Brach Paris is housed in a 7,000-square-meter (75,000-square-foot) building that was formerly the postal service of the city’s 16th arrondissement in the 1970s. The new Brach Paris hotel is located on a sleepy street in the 16th arrondissement of Paris and aims to promote the luxury of the City of Light. As the latest victory of French hotel group Evok, Brach Paris is located in the heart of the 16th arrondissement, full of positive energy and exquisite design.
To complement your experience, the hotel offers custom-made toiletries, premium bedding, a dressing room and an elegant work desk. The hotel has a number of unique experiences to offer, including a stroller tour called the Paris Retro Tour, which it has partnered with. Guests staying at the hotel can visit the on-site bar for an evening chat.
In BRACH, the architecture of the 1930s meets modernism, Bauhaus, Dada, Surrealism and primitive art. Modernism is combined with Bauhaus, Dada and Surrealism in the architecture of the 1930s. The hotel happily combines the avant-garde of the early 20th century with modern architecture and natural elements.
Situated in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, this new hotel is already inspiring with a space entirely designed and reinvented by the famous Philippe Starck. This five-star Parisian-style hotel offers its guests a luxurious getaway with numerous services and amenities. Hotel Brach offers bright, spacious rooms and suites.
Brach is more than anything else, a prime example of what it means to be a modern luxury hotel. Brach offers refined comfort and austere elegance, inspired by the modern architecture of the 1930s. An eternal address, BRACH is a place of life as well as a passage, a fun and inspiring experience for visitors who are just discovering the French capital, and a new vision of the area for locals and Parisians alike. Brach was born out of a massive 70s mail sorting center of 7000 m2, left free to the imagination of visionary creator Philippe Starck.