It's the hotel that gained notoriety after Ksubi founder Dan Single fell 35 metres out of his room, and left him "covered in pins and bolts" after a stay with his wife Bambi Northwood-Blyth last month. But behind the tragic accident, the Grand Hotel Amour has a cult following thanks to its debaucherously chic decor.
The effortlessly hip hotel is owned by Swedish graffiti artist Andre Saraiva, who is also a friend of Dan's.
Andre admits the charming dining area was inspired by a Viennese café.
Each of the hotel's 42 rooms are totally unique.
The hotel is located in Paris' 10th Arrondissement and is inspired by Andre's own travels and adventures.
The hotel is renowned for its raunchy artwork as well as suggestive furniture dotted around its rooms.
The hotel was opened in 2015 and includes showers, sauna and locker rooms for those needing to check in early. One thing you won't see? TVs - Andre isn't a fan.
Some of the furniture found in the hotel includes two Hermès typewriters, Josef Hoffman chairs and photos by Guy Bourdin, Helmut Newton and Carlotta Kohl.
The hotel's risque carpet is a defining feature, showing off customised artwork by André and Pierre Frey.
The gorgeous exterior sees creeping vines across the walls which overlook the dining area.