A fine hotel with a modern, customised style just next to Pernety.
A fine hotel with a modern, customised style just next to Pernety.
The 'village' of Pernety, which is focused around the crossroads between Rue Raymond Losserand and Rue Pernety starts just on the corner of the street. It combines a very Parisian feel with the ambience of its own thriving neighbourhood. There is just about room for all the necessary shops, a post office and several nice cafes and restaurants, and Pernety station on line 13 is two stops from Montparnasse and six from Invalides.
The rooms are split into three categories, Cosy (small) Charme (medium sized) and Plaisir (superior), and each room is named depending on its decoration: Pistilles, Mona Lisa, Bonheur, Together, Silk&drops. The decor is decidedly tasteful, with subdued shades that complement the very colourful headboard of the bed. The beautiful bathroom is adorned with large tiles and includes a shower and an imposing washbasin unit. The amenities include a flat screen television, of course, Ethernet and Wi-Fi internet connections, and the added bonus of an espresso machine in the Plaisir category. What more could you ask for?
Does 'Fab' stand for Fabulous? That might be a bit of an exaggeration, even if this address was voted the sexiest in town by one magazine. There is no denying that the young team of friends who own the establishment bend over backwards to meet the requirements of guests used to 4-star standards of service. The general feel of the place is very Zen, with calming shades of colour, the fragrance of orchids throughout the building, evocative room names, a weights machine and, above all, a sauna. A special effort is also made to offer guests a personalised service.
sauna, keep fit
Bel hotel superbement rénové, proche théatre
Magnifiques chambres design Proche theatre et restaurant Petit dejeuner de qualité Bon rapport qualité prix
Chambre un peu petite (mais comme souvent a Paris)
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