This secret hotel, ‘Trendy and design hotel in the heart of Paris ‘, is situated just a short stroll from the Champs-Elysees, one of the most famous streets in the city, and comes with all the facilities that sophisticated travellers have come to expect when hitting a capital.
All guests benefit from the use of room service, air conditioning, concierge and safety deposit boxes. The rooms themselves are comfortable yet typically Parisian in style, and come with a butler service, cable television, daily housekeeping, flat screen LCD TV, telephone, high speed wireless internet access, and a fully stocked mini bar with soft and alcoholic drinks and snacks. Bathrooms are en-suite and are fitted with spacious bathtubs and power showers.
If business is the main reason for your trip, check out the on-site business centre, which comes with all the facilities you need to ensure that everything goes smoothly whilst you’re away from your usual desk.
This property offers something special for all guests, and makes the perfect base whether you’re sightseeing or taking care of business.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Aquaboulevard is Paris’s most famous waterpark, and is a popular day out for those visiting the capital with little ones. There are eleven giant waterslides, a wave pool, Jacuzzis and water cannons, and it’ll keep everyone entertained for the full day. There are several cafes and bars on site too, so you needn’t even leave the park at all.
The Pont-Marie is locally known as the ‘Bridge of Lovers’, and legend has it that is you kiss under the bridge and wish for eternal love, your wish will be granted. It’s a great spot if you’re visiting Paris with romance in mind. Of course, it gets very busy, so pick your times wisely!
The Arc de Triomphe is one of the most famous monuments in the world. If you’re a history or architecture buff, make sure you include it in your itinerary. Make sure that you take your camera to get some high quality snaps that will last as a reminder of your stay.
Boulevard Haussmann is the infamous department store district, with big name designers catering for both men and women. The food here has a good reputation too, so go with an empty stomach and take regular breaks to sample the delights!
For eating out
Le Florimond serves up typical French cuisine and attracts locals, so you can be sure that you’re getting away from the tourist traps and getting a really taste of Paris. The wine list is extensive, though the house option is particularly good and won’t break the bank.
Le Marie is currently one of the trendiest watering holes in the district, and has a cool retro vibe. The cocktail list is becoming famous with those in the know, so make sure you check it out before ordering your drinks.