With a central location between the Bastille, the Marais district and the Gare de Lyon train station, this property is perfectly located for exploring the whole of Paris and beyond. It is popular with both business and leisure travellers, and has been delighting visitors with a taste for the finer things in life for a long time. Indeed, it is rare to find a hotel with such a good balance of location and artistic charm.
Hotel facilities here include friendly and efficient room service, air conditioning for those warm Paris evenings, an airport shuttle service, laundry, an ice machine and 24 hour knowledgeable reception staff. Nothing is too much for the staff here, so don’t hesitate to ask if you need any assistance whatsoever, whether it be with directions or finding a lovely little place to dine.
All rooms come with radio, cable TV, bathrobes and slippers, complimentary mineral water, a fully stocked mini bar, and private bathrooms with power showers.
The on-site business centre with fax and photocopying facilities is the ideal office away from home. The quiet and calming atmosphere is a great environment for getting your tasks finished and leaving plenty of time for city exploration.
Guests can also take advantage of the gym and massage services on-site, to stay in ultimate shape while away at this fashionable and fantastic design hotel in Bastille.
Whether your stay is business related or you just plan to hit the shops and see the sights, this hotel makes a very wise choice. It’s no surprise that it is a favourite amongst those in the know when it comes to travel and the best that Paris has to offer.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Children will have seen the famous Eiffel Tower on all the postcards, so why not pay a real life visit? You cam climb to the top to witness the exceptional views of the city, or just spend a few hours relaxing in the surrounding gardens. There are plenty of nearby cafes and ice cream shops.
Luxembourg Gardens are peaceful and quiet, and make a great escape from the bustle of inner city life. Take a blanket and a picnic for a very romantic day out.
The Centre Pompidou houses the most extensive collection of modern art in the whole of Europe. The building itself is an impressive sight to behold, and was partly designed by Renzo Piano, the Italian architect who was recently responsible for the design of The Shard in London.
Famous designer Jean-Paul Gaultier’s has a store within walking distance of this property. The styles are typically French and will appeal to those who like to stay ahead of current trends.
For eating out
Chez Jenny is a charming little Parisian bistro with 1930s décor, which carries on the foodie traditions of the Alsace region. Ask the friendly waiting staff for their recommendations, which are almost always nothing short of excellent.
Barrio Latino is a trendy bar that hosts some of the most famous parties in the whole city. Fashion here is almost as important as the music, so make sure that you dress to impress and prepare to party well into the small hours.