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The Grand Hôtel Dechampaigne is a comfortable three-star hotel not far from the Louvre. In the spacious reception area, where there is also a small bar, you will find wood-paneled walls, antique furniture and large Oriental rugs. The rooms are decorated in a variety of styles: some reveal a Japanese influence while others have a more traditional décor. Rooms on the fifth floor have balconies and wonderful views of Parisian rooftops.
This 15th-century building, near the Place St. Michel and Notre Dame, was where many of the American "beat" generation poets and writers made their home in the 1950s and 1960s. The rooms, three of which have a mezzanine overlooking Paris rooftops, exude a romantic charm, with their wood beams and old furniture. All rooms have beautiful marble bathrooms.
The Regent is a luxurious hotel located between Odéon and the banks of the river Seine. Inside this 18th-century building, you will find a sophisticated and charming décor with old stones, beams and smart fabrics. The rooms, which are quite large, echo this elegance and they have beautiful bathrooms decorated with marble and hand-painted Italian tiles. The staff speaks French, Spanish, Italian and English.
This splendid 19th-century mansion has a history worth being proud of: Baudelaire, Wagner, Pissarro, Wilde, Rilke and Hemingway are among those who have stayed here. Right in the heart of historical Paris, this two-star hotel is very appealing indeed: situated on the bank of the Seine, it faces the Musée du Louvre and is located right next to the Musée d'Orsay, the Tuileries and Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Antique furniture, tapestries, bracket-lamps and Second Empire colors give this place a nostalgic touch that will take you back to a bygone age.
All rooms in this hotel have an air of style and class. Individually decorated and luxurious, the rooms offer warmth to the guests. If you appreciate nice bathrooms, then this is the hotel for you. Fitted with deep bathtubs, state-of-the-art chrome fixtures, Cascais marble floors and tall adjoining pivoting mirrors, the bathroom is a visual delight. Hôtel Montalembert is a historic landmark on the Left Bank of Paris. The hotel was reopened after nearly a year as it underwent an eight million dollar restoration.
Oscar Wilde stayed in this hotel way back in 1899. Since then, Hôtel Louvre Marsollier Opera has come a long way in looking after guests and providing genuine Parisian hospitality. It's perfect for a quiet stay as it is located in the up market and peaceful locality of Marsollier. The interiors have an interesting mix of floral designs, carved stone work and beautiful furniture. All rooms are air-conditioned and the efficient staff is ready to meet your needs anytime. Wi-Fi internet access, gourmet breakfast and fax, are some of the amenities offered. With so much available, this hotel is truly a home away from home.
Step into the alluring ambiance of a bygone era and experience enthusiastic Parisian hospitality at Hotel Brighton. Occupying rue de Rivoli, the hotel offers second to none views of the Tuileries Garden, Eiffel Tower and Louvre. Originally built in the 19th century, it was completely refurbished in 2006 to include upgraded amenities. Rooms and suites are swathed in soft pastels and light hues, individually designed to suit every taste. Minibars, televisions, safes and WiFi internet access are few features common to even the Classic Room as well the Suite. The hotel's bar and tea room are perfect spots for unwinding after a day of sightseeing and shopping.
Popular with the English aristocracy and with Middle Eastern visitors, this 19th-century hotel offers opulence and elegance on a grand scale. Adorned with artwork and antiques, the spacious and lavishly decorated bedrooms simply ooze luxury. Afternoon jazz concerts take place in the conservatory, a delightful spot for afternoon tea, and the hotel restaurant features in the gourmet bible, Michelin Guide. Rooms overlooking the Tuileries Gardens need to be booked well in advance.
A symbol of Paris during the revolution, this luxurious palace transformed into a hotel takes its name from Henry IV's war companion, "Crillon the brave" whose descendant bought the property in 1788. Located on the prestigious Place de la Concorde, the Hôtel Crillon is an ideal point from which to explore Paris. The guest rooms have all been refurbished in Parisian style with elegant decor and contemporary conveniences.
Located on rue de Bourgogne, Hôtel de Varenne offers you a luxurious stay in close proximity to Parisian attractions like Hôtel National des Invalides, Musée Rodin, Musée d'Orsay and more. The hotel itself may be historic, but there is absolutely nothing outdated about the amenities it offers. The 25 rooms are all elegantly done up, and most of them afford views of the lush green outdoor seating area. Services for guests with reduced mobility are limited.
This is a beautiful traditional Parisian building, built in 1883. This magnificent piece of architecture is a short walk from the Champs-Élysées and Avenue Montaigne. Unique to this hotel is the "hatch," a silent butler closet by each door, where meals and laundry are delivered without disturbing the guests.
Just off the Champs-Élysées, this four-star hotel offers excellent service in luxurious surroundings. A superb crystal chandelier graces the main gray marble foyer, and the hotel's Louis XIII lounge features an exquisite Renaissance-style fireplace. Bedrooms contain an impressive array of Louis XVI antique furniture and artwork. The hotel's elegant Le Cinq restaurant, awarded two stars by the Michelin Guide, overlooks a pretty marble courtyard, and the breakfast lounge is popular with the media crowd.