5 Boutique Hotels you need to consider staying at in Paris
Some say that Paris is the fashion capital of the world. Others say that if you are into fine dining, you cannot have it better than in France. I would daresay that Paris, and to an extension France, is the best holiday destination in the world. This is why you should consider the boutique hotels listed below...and guess what? It does not matter whether you are on business or leisure trip. You will find an affordable hotel. Take a look.
1. Relaise Christine
This hotel is located at Saint-Germain des Prés, about 700 meters from Notre Dame. Once upon a time it was a private residence. It still retains the intimate and cozy aura that made it a great place to stay in. Amenities therein include; Wi-Fi, 24 hour room service, flat screen TV with satellite channels, air conditioning, and spa and fitness center among others.
2. Hôtel Fouquet's Barrière
This is a 5-star boutique hotel whose address speaks for itself. It is nestled between the UNESCO listed Champs-Elysées and George V Avenues. Among the facilities you will enjoy there include; 3 restaurants, 2 bars, free Wi-Fi, luxury rooms with LCD TV, sauna, hammam and fitness center, swimming pool etc. You can walk to Eiffel Tower, and Arc de Triomphe.
3. Hotel Keppler
About 400 meters from Champs Elysées is a 19th century Haussmannian building that house the Hotel Keppler. As a guest here, you will enjoy facilities such as minibars, iPod docking stations, airport shuttle, sauna, fitness center and views of the Eiffel Tower.
4. Hotel Le Six
This hotel is located about 5 minutes' walk from Notre-Dame-des-Champs Metro Station and Luxemburg Gardens. IT epitomizes the French hospitality by according its guests amenities such as air conditioning, satellite TV's, bathrobes and slippers among others.
5. Secret De Paris
Perched between Montmartre and Opera Garnier, this hotel features the latest industry amenities. From Wi-Fi and Satellite TV to sound proofed rooms, you are going to enjoy your stay here.
Welcome to Paris. The French hospitality is legendary. You would want to make best use of your stay here. It comes rarely. Again, welcome!
By Kennedy Runo on 01/26/2015 in Paris