Chris Burch has traveled the world, and outside of owning his own hotel, he now has a home in Paris that was once a hotel. The 1608 Hotel Particulier, a historic house outside of Paris was spotted and coveted by the tycoon Chris Burch. The next step was turning it into a family home that boast all things unique.
The hotel was home to stunning antiques, including a chandelier from the 18th century. The noteworthy interior was the icing on the cake for Chris Burch, who had always wanted to have a getaway of his own in Paris. Having his design in mind, he knew it did not exist at the moment.
His friend Marco Scarani and his partner Jamie Creel knew what Burch was looking for. Taking a trip to Senlis, a quiet town built on cobblestone streets, Burch and his two friends discovered that this 1608 hotel was for sale.
Once Burch, Scarani and Creel laid eyes on the hotel, it was a winner. This neighborhood just outside of Paris was captivating for Burch, and he knew that with the right touches it would become a family home of his own.
Although Scarani felt it was too much to work with, Burch saw that it could become a home to his family with six children. He fell in love with hotel, accepting that it needed work in every area to become the home he had dreamed of having in France.