This modern and deluxe boutique close to Champs Elysees is just the ticket if you’re looking for a convenient location coupled with luxurious surroundings and the promise of a great night’s sleep.
Hotel facilities include room service, a luggage room, air conditioning, reception desk, valet parking, safety deposit boxes, theatre reservations, and wireless internet access.
All rooms are well equipped, and have everything you could ever possibly need in a home away from home. There are televisions, flat screen TVs, climate control, and cooking facilities. Whether you just plan to make a morning coffee, or if you’d like to create your own meals, you’ll find what you need.
There is also an on-site business centre that benefits from fax machines, photocopiers, and printers.
A truly beautiful property that stands out from the vast array of capital city hotels, staying here is an experience to remember. Book now to avoid missing out on these fantastic prices.
Our top picks close to this hotel
DisneyLand Paris is just 20 minutes away from this property via the metro, and is unmissable for those visiting the city with family. From fairground rides to photograph opportunities with favourite characters, it really does have it all.
Champ de Mars is a Paris park with beautiful surroundings and a relaxed, romantic atmosphere. Enjoy a walk through its nooks and crannies, and treat your loved one to an ice cream.
The Louvre is possibly the most famous museum in the world, featured in Dan Brown’s bestselling novel and housing the Mona Lisa. It’s deceptively large, so taking a guided tour is a good way to make sure that you don’t miss anything.
The Banana Republic branch in Paris consists of several boutique stores all under one roof. There’s a free personal shopping service too, if you need a little help with your decision-making.
For eating out
Isami is one of the best Japanese restaurants in Paris, serving up an impressive array of sushi. Experienced sushi chefs cook everything in front of you, and it’s an experience in its own right.
Panic Room is a relative newcomer to the Paris rock scene, but is already making waves. The waiters mix tasty cocktails, and it’s a popular haunt for the indie crowd and media types.