This capsule bed, nicknamed "dream-station", includes a good bedding, a reading lamp, a mirror, a secure individual locker, various electrical outlets and especially a 100% blackout curtain to enjoy a restful night.
The new Hosho accommodation concept completes the list of innovations signed by Louvre Hotels Group with a bed-capsule in the heart of Paris.
Hosho offers a full-service bed at the gates of Paris for only €20. This capsule bed, nicknamed "dream-station", includes good bedding, a reading lamp, a mirror, a secure individual locker, various electrical outlets and above all a 100% blackout curtain to enjoy a restful night.
The privatizable rooms of 4, 6 or 8 beds are ideal for people who, at 58%, intend to travel to Paris with their family. For women who wish to do so, the establishment also offers non-mixed rooms and secure areas with an enclosed floor area.
Louvre Hotels Group creates a new category in the hotel market for smart travelers
With Hosho, Louvre Hotels Group is creating a whole new market segment with a bed-capsule. Located on the southern edge of Paris, a stone's throw from the Porte d'Italie metro station, Hosho has 236 beds marketed individually. It is divided into 39 rooms with private shower rooms and separate toilets.
The site also offers a range of services: a coworking space, a designer laundry room around a bar, microwave ovens, vending machines for light meals and additional lockers.
For any traveler wishing to live his or her experience independently, the entire route is available for self-service. This urban concept resonates with a new generation of travelers who want to consume smart. Indeed, for their trips to Paris, French travelers plan an average budget of 145€ per day* and more than 60% of them want to save mainly on their accommodation and transportation.
With Hosho, we have created a new concept for smart consumers who want a safe, comfortable and affordable experience in the heart of Paris. If our customers approve of this new experience adapted to their new expectations, we have the ambition to develop Hosho in European capitals and medium-sized cities.
Françoise Houdebine, VP Marketing Louvre Hotels Group
Despite its low price, Hosho focuses on a design and decoration that is both pop and urban, in line with today's trends and inspiring travelers. The design work was carried out by Louvre Hotels Group teams in partnership with London-based B3 Designers, a studio specializing in positive impact spaces.
In addition, several spaces were designed in partnership with artists, such as a large fresco of Paris by Giulia Carlicchi in the lobby, a series of silkscreen prints by Parisian artist Lucas Jacquinet, and a large street-art wall on the rooftop of the hotel.