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A Parisian Love Affair with a Central and Luxurious Hotel

hotel doorThis luxurious five-star hotel is something extraordinary; it was the first Parisian hotel to get its fifth star, so you can expect nothing but the best from them, because as soon as you arrive you get the VIP treatment, no matter who you are.

There are 81 rooms, including 22 suites with huge dressing areas and office space. The rooms offer you all the things you need to have a most pleasant stay. All rooms have marble bathrooms and complimentary Champagne and if you desire anything that you don’t have in the room, all you need to do is pick up the phone and the 24 hour concierge service is there for you.

The spa is superb with its light wood decoration, soft lighting and one of Paris’ largest covered swimming pools. There is one large sauna and 8 treatment rooms that will make you feel brand new after a visit.

This place is absolutely perfect for children, as this hotel spoils your children more than you do! There are coloring activities, treasure hunts and the rooms are specially prepared for them before you arrive. There will be gifts and surprises waiting for the little ones in their rooms!

There is one boardroom overlooking the interior garden which can house up to 19 people, 4 halls and 1 terrace which is a discreet and unique spot offering views over the roofs of France’s capital, the hotel’s gardens and the famous Eiffel Tower.

In the Local Area

This secret hotel is in the heart of Paris! We’ve got the famous Champs-Elysées just a short stroll away from the hotel along the wonderful Avenue George V. The famous horse-chestnuts trees that line the Avenue are in themselves attractions – they were first planted in 1724. Did you know that the largest military parade in Europe passes down Champs-Elysées on Bastille Day, France’s national holiday? If you happen to be staying at this lovely hotel on the 14th of July, you’ll want to see it.

The Arc de Triomphe is the most iconic arch in the world. It was commissioned by Napoleon in 1806. You simply can’t go to Paris and not visit this attraction.

The Grand and the Petit Palais are two amazing buildings on Champs Elysées. The Petit Palais is now a fine arts museums and the Grand Palais is a science museum which regularly hosts exhibitions and events.

When you say Paris, you say cabarets! And Lido Cabaret is very close to this secret hotel. Some say the shows are better than the ones at the Moulin Rouge.

The Théâtre des Champs Elysées is Paris’ most famous theatre and it was built in 1913. If you want to hit the town in style, one evening, then this is the place to go!

 

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