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Great deal – Amazing views over Left Bank Paris Montparnasse

Hotel Door This superior hotel with unbeatable views over the Left Bank is well located in Montparnasse and great value for money. This smart hotel with its fast and efficient service is convenient being a few steps away from shuttles to and from Roissy and Orly airports and a Metro station virtually on its doorstep. Hop onto the Metro and the Eiffel Tower is a mere 10 minutes away. All the rooms in this hotel have an en suite bathroom, air conditioning, a minibar, high speed internet and work station. In addition, this hotel offers its guests a capable concierge service, a car rental desk, gift shop and room service. The onsite fitness centre means you can work up a sweat should you so desire and the business facilities are second to none including all the usual refinements the busy business traveller requires as well as a super banqueting room.

Our top picks in the local area…

For family

Cite des Enfants – the name says it all. This well run, child centric museum has attractions for children of all ages. It is hands on, colourful, fun and fabulous. All in all, the perfect day out to amuse kids, big and small.

For romance

The romance capital of the world has a staggering amount of interests to keep love birds happy, but our favourite? The simple pleasure of picnic and a bottle of Vin Rouge warmed by the evening sun at the Pont des Arts close to the Louvre. Watch and wait for the sun to go down for the perfect romantic moment. Does life really get any better than this?

For culture

The Louvre sets the standards by which many museums are measured. A museum of majestic proportions, you could easily spend a whole week here and still not experience it all. In addition, the building itself is a spectacle to see and has caused controversy in France since it was built. Love it or hate it, The Louvre is a Parisian institution and a must see on ant culture vultures itinerary.

For shopping

For a truly indulgent Parisian shopping experience it has to be Dyptique. The house famous for luxury scents and candles. The original house at St Germain was opened in 1961 selling avant agrde goods to well heeled Parisians. They now sell classic colognes, refreshing Eau de Toliette, perfumes and candles to their discerning customers at three Paris locations.

For eating

For classic French cuisine done in a classic French style then look no further than the intimate A La Petite Chaise. Expect impeccable, penguin suited staff and think perfectly done food and you won’t go far wrong.

For nightlife

The hypnotising Panic Room is where the uber cool young things of Paris like to spend their nights. The mirror lined walls of this two storey nightclub are always packed to the brim with revellers dancing into the small hours of the morning. Go after midnight and it is difficult to get into though.

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