The hotel's dining room has a spectacular curved wooden wall with a 3D pattern resembling a sea wave. Moreover, the signature sculpted wood made its way into the rooms, although in a simpler form.
Breakfast is served in the Green Room between 7 to 11 am, and this unique space can be booked for private events outside these hours.
The unlimited buffet-style breakfast is rich, even by Parisian standards, and has all the classic French pastries like baguettes, croissants, and pain au chocolat.
Plus, breakfast is included in your room's price.
Each floor has a different color theme, and the staircase's carpet changes from one to another, bringing you to the next level - physically and aesthetically.
There are 29 rooms with 29 tones, ranging from madder red, petrol blue to absinth green.
The futuristic rooms are compact, but their design and layout cleverly hide this fact.
The upside of compactness is that everything is within arm's reach!
There is a built-in pull-down desk for your laptop, or you can use it to eat breakfast.
The curved walls are wrapped with soft textiles, which also work great for soundproofing. And there are floor-to-ceiling mirrors that visually extend the rooms.
The integrated line/circular led lights and the cutout window for the beds complete the space-age atmosphere.
It's like hopping on SpaceX's Starship, but you are in Paris, and instead of slurping food from a plastic bag, you eat freshly baked croissants.
Although the hotel refers to their rooms as capsules, unlike their Japanese siblings, you will have your own bathroom and enough space to store your luggage and personal items here.
Hotel Odyssey couldn't have a better location. It's next to the Palais-Royal Garden and a couple of blocks from the Louvre Museum.