This four star hotel is located on the Rue la Fayette and just a short stroll from the popular attractions of Opera Garnier and the Grands Boulevards. It is nestled away in a quiet spot that many tourists would miss, making it a perfect little hideaway away from the hustle and bustle, yet conveniently situated for all of the main tourist attractions.
Rooms at this contemporary hotel, close to the Faubourg Montmartre, are spacious and modern, something that is not often found in big city properties. You’ll find cable TV and a telephone, as well as a private balcon, which is a lovely spot to enjoy a cold drink after a long day of sightseeing and shopping. Bathrooms are en-suite and include power showers as well as huge bathtubs for relaxing in and resting your feet.
The room service menu one of the best that you’ll ever come across, and includes everything from light bites and snacks to sumptuous three course meals, all prepared by an expert chef with international credentials. The restaurants of Paris may be amongst the best in the world, but you’ll never even have to leave your room for a taste of fine dining.
Air conditioning is fitted throughout the property in all public areas, keeping the hotel at a pleasant temperature during the occasionally clammy summer months.
If you’re looking for great service, a fabulous location, and excellent food in fine surroundings, this hotel could be the one for you. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The nearby Champs-Elysees is packed full of shops and pavement cafes that are family-friendly. Hit the shops then treat the kids to an ice-cream while you watch the world go by.
The Louvre is probably the most famous museum in the world, and provides a romantic day out for couples who love art. Be sure to plan your itinerary, and don’t miss the Mona Lisa.
The Notre Dame Cathedral is a spot of architectural and historical beauty that has been mesmerizing visitors for hundreds of years. It gives a great insight into the city’s colourful and vibrant past.
Head to the D&G store for luxury designer items that mirror the style and sophistication of Paris. The handbags in particular are very popular, though may require a few months of savvy saving!
For eating out
Le Pre Verre serves Asian food in bistro surroundings, and does so very well. It’s particularly popular with Japanese tourists who know a thing or two about good cuisine. Book a table, as it gets very busy on an evening and at lunch times.
The close by Latin Quarter has a vibrant and exciting nightlife. Whether you want a few drinks out on a pleasant terrace or you want to paint the town red, there is something for everyone.