A very tasteful 3* superior hotel.
A very tasteful 3* superior hotel.
Arvor - © EASYVOYAGE
Arvor - © EASYVOYAGE
Tucked away on a quiet street in the 9th arrondissement, traditionally the most artistically vibrant part of the city, the Arvor St Georges hotel is just a few minutes' walk from Butte Montmartre hill and a stone's throw away from the bars and restaurants of the busy neighbouring shopping street. This is also a good place for those looking for good nightlife in the surrounding area since the Pigalle district, with its clubs, bars, concert halls, and of course, the cabaret venue which needs no introduction - the Moulin Rouge - is also close by. As is the case with all districts with a busy nightlife, you will need to be on your guard here, though there is a strong police presence in the area for increased security. For those who fancy taking a trip to the city centre on the nearby metro, the Gare du Nord, Gare de l'Est and Gare St. Lazare stations are all fairly nearby, whilst the nearest metro stop is St Georges.
The hotel has 30 guest rooms, with all Standard rooms being the same size and rather spacious, partly as a result of the clever use of furniture, and well lit, providing very pleasant, uncluttered surroundings. The decor consists of a selection travel photos and pictures and varies from one room to the next. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, a free mini safe and satellite television but no mini-bar or room service, except at breakfast time. The bathrooms, for their part, are large, as are the bathtubs, which is unusual for a Parisian hotel. Other room categories include 'Superior' and 'Suite', the latter being particularly well appointed. All-in-all, a great place to stay.
On the inside, the hotel provides just what it promises from the outside, namely a cocoon in which to take refuge. The brochure claims guests can expect 'the service of a hotel, the atmosphere of a private residence and the calm of the countryside', and this is certainly true. The decor has an undeniably stylish aspect but with a familiar and approachable touch added by items picked up from flea markets. This combination makes for very tasteful and......well, very white surroundings! The lounge-bar is particularly comfortable and almost has you hoping for a rainy afternoon for an excuse to curl up there, and the small inner courtyard has a few chairs where you can sit and enjoy the fine weather. There are certainly no surprises, and the decor and the ambience are constants, from the lobby right through to the bathrooms.
massage, beauty salon
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