This is a hotel laden with the history of the area in which it stands
This is a hotel laden with the history of the area in which it stands
The Américain is located at the heart of the Marais district, which is now one of the capital's most trendy areas, abound with stylish bars and designer boutiques, making it an ideal base from which to explore the city. This area is also home to some of Paris' finest historical sites, such as the Picasso and Carnavalet museums, while night owls will be pleased to know that the République district, with its multitude of restaurants and bustling nightlife, is also close-by. If you'd prefer something a little more peaceful, however, the beautiful Place des Vosges square is also not too far from the hotel.
The hotel's 36 guest rooms are rather large for a hotel of this category, but what's really impressive is the direct view some of the rooms have of the Eiffel Tour and the rooftops of Paris. The rooms are rather basically decorated and furnished, with light wooden desks, chocolate-coloured curtains and midnight blue bedspreads, whilst amenities include a fan and a hair-dryer in the bathroom.
This small family hotel has changed a great deal over the years as the surrounding area has gradually become more middle-class. The hotel is currently being renovated and is very popular, having improved to meet the changing demands of its clientele. There is no bar at the hotel but there is a drinks vending machine in the lobby. The breakfast room, for its part, is particularly charming and consists of a vaulted period room featuring carved stone, typical of the Marais district.
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This hotel review is a translation from the French by the agency Traductéo.
A pretty little hotel at the heart of the city centre offering all the comforts you would expect of a Best Western establishment. The double rooms come with duvets and a good level of amenities and they do have a certain charm about them.
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The George V is one of the most prestigious Parisian palaces in the city. You barely have to cross the threshold before realising you are entering a hotel in which luxury, perfection and indulgence are the name of the game. Boasting rooms fit for a princess, impressive lounges and a Michelin-starred restaurant, the George V ticks all the boxes when it comes to satisfying even the most demanding of guests. The interior designer Pierre Yves Rochon oversaw the complete refurbishment of the building in 1997, and has since then continued to make improvements to the decor in the 18th Century style.
The latest Parisian palace to open its doors on 1 August 2014. The French chic and sophistication goes perfectly with the Asian elegance in the magnificent building dating from 1908. This is the Peninsula Group's first hotel to open in France but also in Europe.
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Inaugurated on 28 February 2012, the W Paris - Opera has finally opened in the City of Light. The Starwood brand linked to fashion and trends thus has its own prestigious establishment in Paris.
Nestled in a 19th century building, the hotel is in a great location. Design and modernity, with a conceptual touch, all come together here. Its designer is in the best position to explain why, since we're not sure it's really clear otherwise, but the W Paris-Opera is centred around the theme The Spark. The establishment thus defines itself as a "spark", creating a fictitious connection between the very first W hotel in New York and its newest sibling in Paris.
At the heart of the Opera district, the W can already rely on its guests who are fans of the brand and hopes that word of mouth will make it the place to be in the area; not just for its rooms but for its restaurant and bar as well.
Confidentiality is the order of the day at this very upmarket establishment, perfect for VIPs looking for a little discretion, and private events are also held here.