A hotel which is both modern and classical at the same time
A hotel which is both modern and classical at the same time
The Madeleine Haussmann stands at the heart of Paris, between the Madeleine and Grands Magasins districts, in a part of the city which is lively by day but extremely quiet by night and on the weekend, though everything is close at hand here. Why not take the time to discover this charming neighbourhood and to enjoy a stroll from the Opera to la Madelaine, or, if you're in a more serious frame of mind, you're also just a short distance from the business district. There are also public transport links within walking distance so you can get around the city.
The guest rooms and freshly renovated bathrooms are very playful in style and feature a variety of different colours and materials, complete with red, green and blue carpets which complement the dark wood also used in the decor, whilst the floors in the bathrooms are set off with a range of different shades of blue as featured on the walls. Amenities include individual air-conditioning, a mini-bar and welcome tray, a safe, a flat-screen television and a hair-dryer.
On arrival at the hotel you'll soon feel the warmth and notice the somewhat outdated decor, a combination of classical style and Colonial inspiration. The breakfast room, entrance hall and bar, however, are due to be renovated sometime in 2010 in a more classical style to contrast with the modern guest rooms. Free Wi-Fi access is also available.
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