A recent and cheap little hotel
A recent and cheap little hotel
My Hotel in France is located at the heart of the Marais district, which is now one of the capital's most trendy areas, full of stylish bars and designer boutiques, making it an ideal starting point for the exploration of the city. This district is home to some of Paris's top historic sites such as the Picasso and Carnavalet museums. A multitude of bars and restaurants make up the renowned bustling nightlife of this district but you will also be able to enjoy the peace and quiet of beautiful Place des Vosges, nearby.
The 38 guestrooms are much brighter than the rest of the hotel, furnished with limed light wood and decorated with beige walls and sandy coloured upholstery. They are very soothing and comfortable. There is no minibar but you will find a welcome tray, a fan and a flat screen in each room. The available categories are singles, doubles, twins and family rooms. The bathrooms are equipped with either a shower or a bathtub, they are clean and spacious enough and all have a hairdryer at your disposal.
You will be surprised by this charming and contemporary hotel which opened in March 2009. The decor is simple: dark wood, brown velvet upholstery and stone walls in the lobby. Your host came up with an innovative idea, an 'all in one' option included in the price of the room: an express breakfast, a welcome drink upon arrival, a lunch box and one hour spent at the 'web corner'. A drinks machine is at the guests' disposal in the lobby, where WiFi internet access also comes free of charge.
The special decor in this hotel is inspired by a hunting theme and the spirit of Provence, but also exudes the fresh lightness of all chain hotels. The hotel does not have a restaurant but it is close to the Bastille, which boasts a wide variety of sophisticated and more down-to-earth eateries. The delightful Place des Vosges is also nearby, so the location is ideal for exploring Paris via the little alleyways of the Marais.
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This hotel review is a translation from the French by the agency Traductéo.
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