A beautiful hotel in a peaceful area.
A beautiful hotel in a peaceful area.
Niel - © EASYVOYAGE
Niel - © EASYVOYAGE
The hotel is located in a quiet street but there are still a few restaurants in the neighbourhood - the shops, bars and restaurants of livelier Avenue des Ternes are just a few minutes' walk away. The Arc de Triomphe is a short walk away and the Charles de Gaulle-Etoile underground station is an excellent starting point for the whole exploration of Paris. The nearest underground station is Ternes.
They are perfect if you enjoy old-style Parisian elegance - just enough duskiness, flowery upholstery, heavy drapes along a French window and a variation of shades of burgundy. The glossy wood furniture includes a few items such as a desk and chair and a large wardrobe with enough room to hang some clothes and store your luggage away. As for the amenities, the rooms are equipped with individual air-conditioning, a safe and WiFi internet access both free of charge, but there is no room service. A flat screen television hangs over the desk. The bathrooms are small, mostly fitted with showers.
There is marble flooring in the entrance hall but the whole thing does lack warmth somewhat. Maybe you should go to the small cosy lounge where you will find a comforting gas fire in the fire place. An internet station is available for free internet connection. The common areas are clean and neatly kept.
spa, Turkish bath
- Je le conseillerais pour les couples n'ayant pas spécialement un gros budget pour visiter Paris. - Hôtel sans fioritures et assez calme.
- Très bien situé, à deux rues à peine se trouve la bouche de métro, un petit marché de fruits et légumes, ainsi qu'une avenue avec des magasins.
- Pas de parking et difficulté de se parker dans Paris, sans payer une fortune ou sans risque pour sa voiture. - Chambre très étroite, salle de bain également.
This is the little bonus to make your stay all the more enjoyable.
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