A pleasant and welcoming hotel
A pleasant and welcoming hotel
The Victor Hugo district is very sophisticated and much appreciated in the French capital. It is a residential district so you will easily find many restaurants and food stores, but if you wish to enjoy the lively Parisian nightlife, you ought to go to the neighbouring Champs Elysées with its numerous bars and night clubs. If you get the urge for a shopping spree, Victor Hugo avenue and the boutiques on the Champs Elysées will be there to satisfy your needs. The many buses, metro and RER express train lines are there to take you around Paris and its suburbs quickly and easily.
Dark wood, discreet colours and paintings by Gotof make up the decoration of the 39 guest rooms (classic, superior and prestige). They are really relaxing - nothing in the decor is offensive, they are all equipped with a safe, individual air-conditioning, a hairdryer, a minibar and a welcome tray. The bathrooms all have Morabito hospitality products and a hairdryer, and are equipped with a shower in the classic category or a bathtub in the others.
A small set of stairs welcomes you, as if this was a Montmartre hotel but the 16th arrondissement has its own entrance stairways, including that of the Hotel du Bois. When the hotel was renovated recently, interior decorator Michel Jouannet wished to give the hotel a convivial atmosphere with neo-classical decoration - he succeeded as it now feels like a private home. The hotel's room service is available from 5:00pm to 2:00am and wireless Internet access is free of charge here.
massage, beauty salon, Turkish bath
Beautiful unrestricted views across Paris's 16th arrondissement
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A great find in this district
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