The local Zen den!
The local Zen den!
Etoile Park - © EASYVOYAGE
Etoile Park - © EASYVOYAGE
The Etoile Park Hotel is located on one of the wide avenues branching off the Place de l'Etoile, just a stone's throw from one of the most emblematic monuments in Paris, the Arc de Triomphe, and the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Champs-Elysées. The metro station close to the hotel provides direct access to the main lines to explore all over Paris, and Air France buses shuttle passengers to and from Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport. The area itself is very sophisticated and, of course, attracts many tourists, but it is kept safe with a high police presence. The nearest metro station is Charles de Gaulle-Etoile.
The 28 well-soundproofed guest rooms at the hotel all have individual air-conditioning, a fully-stocked mini-bar, a free safe, free Wi-Fi and a very large plasma-screen television, and room service is available until 2:00am. Whilst five of them have the luxury of a large corner bathtub in their bathroom, eight of them overlook the Arc de Triomphe and the avenue below. The rooms themselves are generally a little larger than would be expected of this category of accommodation and tastefully decorated.
Housed in an entirely carved-stone building, the entrance to the hotel is concealed by a few shrubs, but once you do get inside you'll be welcomed by gentle background music. The lobby is large and well-lit with tasteful decor, the Japanese paper doors and comfortable lounges exuding Zen-like serenity. The bar serves soft and alcoholic drinks 24 hours a day and there is a free Internet point for guests' convenience.
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