Ennismore has unveiled its latest project in Dijon, France – The Mama Shelter Hotel. This remarkable establishment finds its home in a block of former health insurance offices. The structure, a testament to the brutalist architectural style of the 1960s, stands as a piece of history now transformed into a modern haven of comfort and style.
The decision to repurpose the former health insurance offices into a hotel demonstrates a commendable effort in preserving the historical and cultural heritage of Dijon. The brutalist architecture, characterized by its raw concrete and imposing lines, holds significance as a representation of a bygone era, whilst the fun, cozy interior reflects a more contemporary experience.
The interior design of the Mama Shelter Dijon is a celebration of creativity and ingenuity. Lila Mercier, the talented designer behind much of the hotel’s design, has succeded in crafting an ambiance that seamlessly merges contemporary aesthetics with a touch of nostalgia.
The hotel boasts an array of entertainment options that cater to various interests. With a private 28-seat cinema, two karaoke bars and four well-appointed meeting rooms- the Mama Shelter Hotel serves as a hub for business, social events, and everything in between.
Mama Shelter Dijon is not merely a hotel; it is a culinary adventure as well. In collaboration with the family-run, independent company Edmond Fallot, the hotel has introduced its very own exclusive mustard. This condiment promises to delight the taste buds of guests and serves as a unique memento of their stay!