Hotel Scribe - Paris
Between the mythical Opéra Garnier, the departments stores and Le Louvre,
Le Scribe has been beating the vibrant rhythm of Paris for 150 years.
Built in 1861 as part of the creation of the Opera district,
Le Scribe is chosen from the outset as the seat of the prestigious Jockey Club.
In 1871, the building occupies the site of the first Louis Vuitton boutique.
In 1895, the Lumière brothers present the world’s first cinema screening while many artists and celebrities live there like Josephine Baker who made it his Parisian residence until 1968.
A key player in Parisian life, Le Scribe is now writing a new page in its history.
From April 2018 to September 2019, Le Scribe launches its renovation program and invites Parisians and travelers to share their vision of the Parisian Spirit.
Fitzroy of London worked closely with Wilson Associates in Paris in order to create a range of disabled accessories that perfectly matched the finish of the brassware and other metal items.
Together, we succeeded in creating luxury disabled rooms and suites that are consistent in both design and quality to all other areas of the hotel.
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