Well located in a quiet area around 15 minutes from the city centre by metro and offering easy access to the Roissy and Orly airports, this four star hotel is packed to the brim with modern and functional features. A first class business suite is available, complete with conferencing and banqueting facilities, a professional secretarial service and all equipment needed to make your meeting a success. In addition, there is a gym and leisure centre featuring shops and a games rooms, a 24 hour reception who can organise anything for you including laundry and postal services, on site pay per use parking, complementary newspapers and free WiFi in the lobby. There is also a relaxing lobby bar.
All the guest rooms are well thought out with a high attention to detail that will not disappoint. Each room features air conditioning, cable and pay TV, city maps, complementary mineral water, an en suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities, a turndown service, a work desk with lamp and internet connection, additional sofa beds and a lap top safe.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Two words – Disneyland Paris. Need we say more?
Opera Garnier was the original and magnificent setting for the classic love story of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, and should be a highlight on any romantic itinerary. It is now mostly reserved for dance production, particularly ballet, but is still a lovely place to visit.
Admire the dramatic skyline from the roof of Galleries Lafayette. In the early morning sun or low evening slight, the sight really is quite stunning and casts a whole different feel over an alternative view of Paris’s lofty buildings and apartments. Quite stunning.
The covered passageways of Paris’s earliest attempts at a covered shopping centre are at their best in the vicinity of Boulevard Haussmann where you are treated to 19th centaury delights at every turn. Try the Passage Verdeau and the Passage Jouffroy which contain several small, individual and quirky little shops where interesting and magical little gems, trinkets, clothing and food can be found
For eating out
Au Relais is a small, intimate restaurant where the downstairs bar is quiet and the upstairs dining room features low ceilings which contribute to the secretive feeling about this place. The traditional food is well cooked, a great price and during week days, the two course lunch and pitcher of wine is a real bargain.
Le Cabaret Sauvage is a stylish, big top shaped venue which is usually used by banging DJ’s playing drum and bass, techno and a variety of other eclectic music. Occasionally commandeered by big brands and names wanting to make a statement or to hold a promotional night, this venue is simply superb and very worldly.