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Just fifteen minutes away from the historical heart of Paris, this hotel enjoys a pleasantly quiet location, whilst still ensuring that you’ll never be too far away from the heart of the action. It’s also just a short distance from the airport, making it ideal if you’re visiting the city as part of a longer trip.
Ideally located at the gateway of Paris, hotel facilities include secure parking, dry cleaning, an ice machine, room service, security, and friendly reception staff who are very knowledgeable on the local area.
Rooms are relaxing, and larger suites are often available if you are travelling as part of a family. There are en-suite bathrooms, comfortable beds, and plenty on the way of relaxation and sophistication.
There is also an on-site business centre with all the equipment you could ever wish for, as well as a highly rated restaurant and lobby bar, a gym, a news-stand, and a game corner. This property has so much to offer that you might never feel the need to leave!
Our top picks close to this hotel
The Paris Aquarium is a good choice for those visiting the area with children. Make sure that you don’t miss the petting zoo, which is fun yet educational.
Tuileries Garden is a famous spot that has attracted romancing couples for many years. If you want a bit of peace and quiet away from hustle and bustle of city life, it could be a great place to start. Take a picnic and a blanket.
The Bastille Opera seats 2700 people and specialises in ballet performances. Some of the most highly regarded shows in the world head here, so make sure that you check out what will be showing when you’re nearby. Booking in advance is advisable.
As you’d imagine, there’s no shortage of shopping opportunities in Paris. If you like a bargain, head to the flea markets. If you’re willing to shop around, you could find some amazingly unique pieces at great prices.
For eating out
Semilla is a laid-back bistro with an excellent reputation, specialising in fish dishes. There are also plenty of choices for vegetarians and meat eaters, so it’s sure to delight even the fussiest of eaters.
Curio Parlo is hidden away from the main street, meaning that it attracts only locals and those in the know. It’s wonderfully relaxed and a great spot for starting your night out in Paris.