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Being a frequent traveller to the OECD headquarters for last 5 years I tried almost al hotels in the Passy neighbourhood. In early November 2012 I had to come at a short notice for another event and all familiar hotels in Passy area were sold...More
I find this hotel very stylish and cozy. My double room wasn't very spacious, more or less in the line with other Parisian hotels, but all other things was just great: nice interior, V&B equipment in the bath-room, careful room service, nice stuff at reception....More
Stayed here with a friend for two nights in October and loved its stylish art-deco look and spacious rooms. We got a superior twin on the second floor and were just thrilled when we opened the door to our room - hot pink ceilings, modern...More
Had lunch here on a walk through the 16th arrondissement. Restruant outside seating is in a great location. Beautiful on a summers day. Food selection is very good and the food is excellent. Very large portions on all the meals we received. Service was something...More
Despite our original plans, we did not finally stay at this hotel as our friends in Paris insisted that we stayed at their house for the whole trip. However, we did walk along Passy and had lunch and a few drinks at the open air...More
This is the neighbourhood of grand and impressive Haussmann-designed apartments and buildings. National museums overlook the Eiffel Tower and embassies fill the avenues and streets. Locals head to the butcher, florist, or bakery on their daily rounds amidst luxury and splendour, all with a view over Paris and its most famous tower. Snuggled in between the grand buildings are small art galleries and homes of historical
significance. With a rich legacy from 19th century politics, art, and architecture, you can’t help but be reminded of the belle époque, the Universal Exhibitions and the nobility that have frequented and shaped these streets.