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Vice Versa: 7 Deadly Sins Theme Hotel in Paris

Wrath. Greed. Sloth. Pride. Lust. Envy. Gluttony. Which sin are you most guilty of?

Whatever it is, Vice Versa Hotel in Paris will indulge you further with room designs themed around the seven deadly sins!

With 37 rooms spread over seven floors, each floor is given a designated cardinal sin and is decorated from floor to ceiling in that theme – among some of them are:


This is our absolute favourite because it’s extremely pretty! Designed to ‘stop time’ under a ceiling of blue sky, colorful butterflies and flowers you will be transported to a rural and peaceful place. This pastoral setting with soothing colors for relaxing and daydreaming.


For all those “shopping addicts”, these rooms will show up your insatiable desire for Parisian fashion accessories, and will certainly be  exposed to you in abundance – Jewelry, perfumes, glamorous shoes, bead necklaces, some carpets with led lightings and bedsides evoking a famous perfume. No doubt you will be living the Parisienne dream with luxury at your fingertips!


The ambience, while pink and black in these rooms is conducive to pleasure feature suggestive female silhouettes on the walls, lace bodice on the carpet, sublime lamps, headboard with delicate lace pattern, heart-shaped sink – all to evoke sensuality.


The rooms offer elegant and majestic palaces adorned with statues and marble columns , where the deep blue is accented with gold. This princely ambience flatters the ego and remembers, how the “I” is essential.

This fun luxury boutique hotel concept featuring the work of famed interior designer Chantal Thomass opened in July 2012, and has received rave reviews on sites like Tripadvisor.

You’d imagine a kitschy concept like this would end up being a little tacky but reviews say it’s a cute and convenient hotel with friendly and helpful staff.

“The room was small (like most rooms in Paris), but it was clean and comfortable, and the Seven Deadly Sins theme added a fun, but not over-the-top, element of whimsy.”

We can’t believe we’re saying this, but for once – we’d actually like to say, “I’m in hell!”

What do you think? Would you stay in a thematic hotel such as Vice Versa?

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