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Le Meurice is a hotel palace located in central Paris. It offers a 2-star Michelin restaurant as well as a spa and a fitness center with massage treatments. This hotel is exceptional, second-to-none! One feels the history in every corner!
Le Burgundy is located in central Paris, just 164 feet from Rue Saint-Honoré and its chic boutiques. It offers luxury accommodations with elegant rooms and a Spa & Wellness Center. In the most beautiful part of the city center, a wonderful hotel, fantastic cuisine and staff
Located in Paris city center, Mandarin Oriental, Paris is a 1930s palace hotel located in a historic building from the 30s. Staff, from check in through every facet were extremely friendly and efficient.
Sofitel Le Faubourg, the designer hotel, is located at the heart of Paris only 164 feet from Place de la Concorde and 328 feet from the famous Champs-Élysées. Felt welcomed as soon as I walked in. Checking in was a breeze and the room was really nice.
Entirely decorated by the famous designer Christian Lacroix, the Bellechasse Saint-Germain presents stylish and arty accommodations in the chic and trendy 7th Arrondissement, 1312 feet from Solferino... Great location, steps to museum D’Orsay.
This 19th-century building is located in the heart of Paris, opposite the Louver and the Tuileries Gardens. This hotel is furnished with antique furniture, chandeliers, and artworks. I always take a room with city view at Hotel Brighton - this time as always the colors of the autumn...
Be aware of the closure times. We bought a combined ticket at Musee d'Orsay, only to find the Orangerie, like the Louvre was closed that day, even though you would think it would keep the same hours as Musee d'Orsay. Fabulous bookstore here!
I didn’t know that it housed the curved Monet pictures until I read it in my lonely planet guide. It could be advertised more I think. Loved that you could seat there and just appreciate it! Tricky getting a photo of it
Musee d'Orsay to see many famous art works. Followed by a day (at least) at the Louvre, not only to see the Mona Lisa, but exploring the other wings of the building. Musee de l'Orangerie is also a must-see if you love Monet.
All-time favorites are the Musee de L'Orangerie (which has Monet's paintings of water lilies specifically made for this museum) and the Musee D'Orsay (a museum that was formerly a train station). Another hint: get a Paris museum pass and skip the waiting lines.