This luxury hotel is set on a pedestrianised street just outside of the business district, and is a great choice for business and leisure travellers alike. If you need to attend meetings in the city, it’s a wise place to base your stay.
Hotel facilities, at this fantastic hotel in the heart of old Paris, include room service, air conditioning, a free daily newspaper, laundry, and a car rental desk.
All rooms are comfortable and surprisingly spacious, and come with a telephone, mini bar, radio, voicemail, hairdryers, private bathrooms with tubs and power showers, safes, and cable television.
There is also an on-site business centre with fax and photocopying facilities.
With beautiful interiors and some of the best mod-cons that you’ll ever come across in a city centre hotel, it’s easy to see why this property attracts returning visitors time and time again.
Prices like this are rare, so make sure that you book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The Eiffel Tower is something that your children will have seen in countless pictures and books, so why not take them along to get up close and personal? You can take the journey right up to the top of the tower, or just enjoy the views from the gardens below.
Jardin des Plantes is a botanical garden that’s a wonderful place for getting back in touch with nature. Take along a picnic and make a day of it.
La Loge is hidden away in a little courtyard, so it’s unlikely that you’ll ever stumble across it by accident. If theatre is your thing though, it’s well worth paying a visit. Throughout the summer months, the line-up is particularly impressive.
Episode is a vintage clothing store full of unique pieces and little gems. Head here if you enjoy bargain hunting and wearing something that you’ll never find elsewhere.
For eating out
Joe Allen is an American bistro with little touches of typical Parisian culture, and it’s highly regarded in the local area. Whatever your personal tastes, you’re sure to find something that appeals on the extensive menu.
La Fourmi attracts an arty crowd, and is a brilliant spot for lazy late afternoon drinks before heading off to another bar or club. People watching here is particularly good, and you’ll witness a real insight into Parisian life. Try the house wine.