The hotel and resort brand plans to build a monolithic tower hotel in Metz, topped with an 18th century-style home and garden

Hilton Hotels collaborated with French designer Philippe Starck to bring a unique concept location to Metz, France: boasting 14 stories, a block-like, monochromatic facade, and a turreted, 18th century-style house, restaurant and garden on the roof, this hotel is designed to be “phantasmagoric,” creating a striking contrast with the city's humbler surroundings.

The city of Metz is currently experiencing a revival from which this surreal hotel hopes to benefit. The building is named Maison Heler Metz and is the first installment from Maison Heler, a subsidiary of the Hilton Curio Collection, responsible for creating experiential stays for Hilton. While it marks an unusual step for the hospitality giant, it plays into the current trend of brands creating concept locations to satisfy consumer interest in unique travel experiences.

Maison Heler Metz

Hilton Hotels collaborated with French designer Philippe Starck to bring a unique concept location to Metz, France: boasting 14 stories, a block-like, monochromatic facade, and a turreted, 18th century-style house, restaurant and garden on the roof, this hotel is designed to be “phantasmagoric,” creating a striking contrast with the city's humbler surroundings.

The city of Metz is currently experiencing a revival from which this surreal hotel hopes to benefit. The building is named Maison Heler Metz and is the first installment from Maison Heler, a subsidiary of the Hilton Curio Collection, responsible for creating experiential stays for Hilton. While it marks an unusual step for the hospitality giant, it plays into the current trend of brands creating concept locations to satisfy consumer interest in unique travel experiences.