This four star property has an excellent reputation amongst regular and refined visitors to Paris. Located on the Rue la Fayette and just a short distance from the Opera Garnier and the Grands Boulevards, it’s nestled away in a quiet spot that most tourists would easily miss. But for those in the know, it has proved to be the perfect base for a relaxing break close to some of the city’s most famous attractions.
All guest rooms are modern and spacious, and come with cable TV and a telephone. There’s also a private balcony for each room, which is a lovely spot to enjoy a cold drink after a long day exploring. Bathrooms are en-suite and include power showers as well as large bathtubs.
The room service menu is always a big hit with anyone who orders from it, with refreshments ranging from light snacks and sandwiches, to full three course meals cooked by a skilled chef.
Air conditioning is fitted throughout the property in all public areas, keeping the hotel cool even during the hot and sticky summer months.
Booking a few days in this property is the ideal choice for travellers looking for contemporary surroundings, excellent facilities and great service.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The famous Champs-Elysees is packed full of shops and pavement cafes that are family-friendly. Settle down with a cup of coffee and watch the world go by for a while.
Tuileries Garden is an expectedly romantic spot right in the heart of Paris, just outside the Louvre. During the summer months, the famous tulips line the pathways and create a haven of romance and relaxation.
The Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral is a spot of architectural beauty that has been enchanting visitors for many years. It’s a great way to get a glimpse into the city’s rich and colourful past.
Head to the Hermes store for luxury designer items that represent the style and sophistication of Paris. A favourite of the celebrities, their handbags are very much in demand.
For eating out
Le Pre Verre is famous for successfully incorporating Asian spices into classic bistro cooking. Since the restaurant became so popular with Japanese tourists, another branch has opened in Tokyo.
The nearby Latin Quarter is well known for its varied and unpretentious nightlife. Start the evening with a glass of your favourite tipple in one of the many pavement bars, and then head on to one of the bustling nightclubs.
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