The new Hotel Paradiso in Paris is going to have screen projectors in every one of its 36 rooms for those cinephiles. Are you also one?
“If you have any issues, call 007.” How does this sound on a check-in’s desk at a hotel? Only cinephiles really get what it means.
There’s a very strong relationship between a hotel and a cinema. Not only do you have a lot of hotels in the movies, but also in L.A., a lot of movies are being made in a hotel.
Now, in a 36-room connected to an actual six-screen theatre, a first from France’s MK2 group, not only you get to watch your movie but also you will enjoy your stay at the hotel more.
With only a few swipes of a tablet, you will experience a theatre inside your room. like the room goes dark and a nine-foot-wide projection screen descends from the ceiling.
As a more selling point, in some rooms of the hotel, you can watch films or TV in the bathtub or play PlayStation 5. Also, there is one “La La Land” karaoke suite in which you could find 10000 songs and then choose from the collection. You can even sing your soul out like Oskar winners Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling.
If on any occasion, jet lag’s still on you, leave whomever you came and slowly go down to the 17-seat cinema hotel, open simply for crazy guests who would watch movies from dusk-’til-dawn as if it is a marathon.
The fun is not over yet, while we all have been down from the lockdowns and quarantine, this hotel really changes people’s mood.
If all mentioned above are not enough then go and rent out six seats in the “Loge,” in the hotel which overlooks the general audience of one of the public screening rooms below. Don’t worry, public moviegoers won’t see or hear you sipping down drinks and juice and munching on peanut butter M&Ms, as the glass window is blacked out.