HOTEL – HOLIDAY INN PARIS – GARE DE LYON BASTILLE

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Housed in a Haussmann-style belle époque building on a tree-lined avenue, this classic hotel is 280 m from the Gare de Lyon train station, 650 m from the Seine and 3 km from the Pompidou Centre.

We have supplied our Sadir mirror from the “Rotary Led” line for this hotel, which is the perfect realisation of our vision.

It is a round illuminated mirror characterised by a subtle and minimalist line, ideal for enhancing the walls and giving brightness to the bathroom context. The curved shape makes the object soft and modern, perfectly integrating into contemporary scenarios. The width of the mirror is designed for comfort and practicality of the most common actions and enhances a design defined by elegance without excess.

A handle on the side of the mirror allows the user to adjust the magnifying mirror through an internal rotation system patented by us. The magnifying mirror is housed inside the larger mirror in a single modular block: a solution conceived with everyday use and needs in mind that can be accomplished immediately and practically.

Material quality is another feature that distinguishes Monteleone’s creations, made from carefully selected raw materials to last over time and respect the environment.

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