Hotel Door

A luxurious hotel conveniently located for you to enjoy all the sights and attractions that the most romantic city in the world has to offer. The hotel boasts a stylish interior with all the modern comforts combined with French charm.

Situated within easy distance of the top restaurants and bars, this hotel is the perfect choice for business travellers and holiday makers alike.

The superior facilities offered by this quiet hotel include room service, tranquil gardens and parking. The concierge desk will be able to assist you on the top attractions in the area.

Each modern room enjoys the comforts of air conditioning and en-suite facilities. There are cable televisions, telephones, high speed internet, mini bars and safes in each of the comfortable guest rooms.

This hotel sports a comfortable bar where you can relax after a day out and about in Paris.

The Local Area

The top tourist attraction close to this comfortable hotel is the Champs Elysees. The most prestigious shopping street lined with chestnut trees, speciality shops, cafes and cinemas. Champs Elysees is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Paris and offers almost two kilometres of shopping, theatres and fine dining restaurants.

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous landmarks in Paris and is the most visited paid monument in the world. The tower stands over three hundred and twenty metres in height offering superb city views over three levels. As the evening starts enjoy a picnic in the gardens under the tower as the lights come on illuminating the entire area in a relaxing glow.

The Paris Opera House is a firm favourite for all visitors to Paris and is home to the official Paris opera, this architectural building offers a night of culture and entertainment.

At the western end of Champs Elysees you will find the famous Arc de Triomphe, a monument that is a firm favourite with tourists and not to be missed when wandering the beautiful Champs Elysees.

The River Seine runs through Paris and there are many boat cruises to take advantage of, from fun day time cruises to romantic dinner cruises where you can see Paris from a different angle or at night with the lights flickering around the area.

Paris is also home to over seventy museums, monuments and attractions; there is an excellent public transport network in place to ensure you can visit them all with ease, though the best way to see Paris is with a walking tour. These tours are available regularly and your concierge can help assist you with bookings.


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