Please enter your surname
Please enter a valid email address
Please fill in your message
Please confirm the captcha

All personal information provided using this form will be used by our company and our service providers to handle your request. By using this form you accept our policy concerning the confidentiality of personal data. In compliance with the modified French Law no. 78-17 dated 6 January 1978, and with the general regulations for data protection, you have the right of access, of rectification, of deletion, of opposition and of limitation concerning the treatment of any of your personal data, as well as the right of transfer of such data and of defining your wishes concerning the management of your personal data after your death.  You can exercise these rights by sending an email to To find out more, consult the legal notices.

Mademoiselle Inwood





Art likes to appear under varied forms, it likes to renew and to reinvent itself. One of those form to which people do not necessarily think when you speak of art is the one of motion. The art of motion, or more commonly known under the name of dance ;), is to me a way of expressing one’s emotions, it’s a way for interpreting the music. Dancing allows showing the feelings that a music can give to someone.  

Dance is present in every culture. Often associated to the joy and to the fest, it was first used as a rite, to give courage for example.

What I like with dance is that it allows you to enter in a different state of consciousness. When you dance, when you let yourself go with the music’s flow and that you forget yourself in it, you discover something. You’re not really here anymore, passion is driving your body.


I’ve tried my hand at dancing recently. I wanted it since a pretty long time, different styles have been attracting me, but my choice ended on salsa to begin. It’s a dance that I like because it is sensual without being vulgar. Salsa takes two and it mainly comes from Cuba (there are three types of salsa: Cuban, Puerto Rican and Columbiana).

What I found particular with salsa is the way you count the beats to dance. We’re used to dance on each beat, but salsa “removes” some of the beats. That is to say that you don’t count 1 2 3 4 then 5 6 7 8 but 1 2 3 and then 5 6 7. You don’t mark the fourth and the eighth beats (even if they’re here), it’s pretty disorienting at the beginning, it makes more difficult the assimilation of the rhythm. But because I like the challenges I’m happy to have the opportunity of learning some new things. Maybe that within a few months I might call myself a salsera.

I can only advise you to try this dance to warm yourself while waiting for the arrival of next summer.

« Love, dance and delight »


Back to Archives
La Bourdonnais - POPUP

Book with us for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games and win exclusive gifts!

From July 26 to August 11 and from August 28 to September 8, our Parisian hotels are organizing their own games, with many pizes to be won, including Aurélie Bidermann bracelets and Poiray watches worth €2,190

At Inwood Hotels, everyone wins, as part of tickets are turned into donations for a disability sport program called “Association Sportive Handi Jeunes de Paris”.