The five-star Hotel Banke, in Paris, exhibits a permanent collection of ethnic jewellery displayed around every room. Ritual necklaces from Papua New Guinea, silver and ivory bracelets from Sri Lanka, shaman costumes from the Ivory Coast and talisman boxes from the Mali desert are some of jewellery and accessories display around this hotel located at the heart of the Opera quartier.
The jewellery consists of sea shells, chains, chokers and turquoise stones which are some of the 2019 jewellery trends for Spring-Summer season. Accessories which were already in fashion hundreds of years ago for some tribes in Africa, Pre-Columbian America and Asia.
The building that houses Hotel Banke is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The building that once was inhabited by Napoleon’s family was designed by the architects Paul Friesse and Cassien Bernard in collaboration with the engineer Gustave Eiffel, who designed the central staircase.
You are able to stay at Banke’s five-star suite Lafayette for two with breakfast from £225, which includes:
- Daily a la carte and buffet breakfast.
- Luxurious bedding with Sateen.
- Weave High Thread 100% Cotton Sheets.
- White Company toiletries.
- Complimentary bottle of wine in your room.
- Complimentary smart-phone.
- Priority booking at hotel’s restaurant and bar.
- Late checkout.
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Contact: +3493 366 8800