To mix things up a bit, I’ve added a little hotels in Passy that has such a loyal clientele you must book in advance. It’s clean, inexpensive and charming. If a sexy weekend is on your mind, give Hotel Sezz Paris a spin. And for a truly one-of-a-kind direct view onto the Eiffel Tower take a stroll over to Trocadero and indulge in those selfies.
Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel
If you're a hyperconnected traveler, this modern multi-storied Accor Brand hotel is for you. Coining their own term, "bleisure," for the profile they've given their guests' penchant of combining business with leisure, the Pullman experience is for those who work hard, play hard. Blurring the line between work and relaxation is what this property is about. The location is a stone's throw from the Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars. One of the signature features of a Pullman Hotel is their Vinoteca, one of those wine dispensing machines that offer you as little as a taste or as much as a glass of wine from a choice of about 50 on hand. Connectivity by Pullman translates to offering Samsung touch screen tablets for loan which guests can use to order a VOD to begin watching on their in-room TV and then continue watching on their tablet at the bar. WiFi-equipped. For more details about the Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel
This hotel is one of those little Passy gems. Passy is the exclusive neighbourhood in Western Paris just west of Trocadéro. Down a small sidestreet and within a garden courtyard is where this two-star hotel is nestled. But it's one of those properties that defies ranking. Clientele here are so loyal that it's tough to get a reservation at any time of the year but especially during high season such as Roland Garros. Why the loyalty? The staff is friendly, the family hotel is extraordinarily clean and well maintained. Rooms are furnished with classic antiques that have an oriental charm to them. Common rooms such as the hallways and breakfast rooms are adorned with carved wooden animal heads such as elephants, zebras and other exotic fauna. Breakfast is simple but copious. Plates of fresh seasonal fruit are laid out buffet style and served with fresh pastries and hot coffee. For more details about the Hotel Nicolo.
Hotel Molitor Paris - MGallery by Sofitel
A sleek cocoon with the comfort of a 5-star hotel, the MGallery Molitor (Accor) suites and rooms offer the experience of being thoroughly outside the city. Molitor is a listed historical monument and its legendary pools were quite the place to be for artists and avant-gardists in the 20s and 30s. There are six pool suites and two junior suites with terraces. The pool suites overlook the famous main feature of this property, which is the historical pools (there is one winter and one summer pool), just renovated and re-opened this past Spring (2014) after lying dormant for decades, having been taken over by graffiti artists. The rooms are "bubbles of relaxation." The 42 lithographs that have been created for the hotel are for purchase, with all proceeds going directly to the artists. (01 53 70 74 18) For more details about the Hotel Molitor Paris - MGallery by Sofitel
Holiday Inn Paris - Auteuil
The hotel is located a few steps from the famous Parc des Princes Stadium, and not very far from Auteuil Hippodrome and Roland Garros. It is an attractive area, with good public transport just in front of the hotel, with line 9 direct to Trocadero, Champs Elysees Avenue and Grands Magasins (department stores). Clients can enjoy the lively market 3 times per week, just nearby. This is a friendly and welcoming 3-star hotel, classified as a first- class property. The rooms are medium in size, and in good condition. The marble bathrooms are attractive, with white and black colors and the natural lights in. The rooms offer a simple but welcoming atmosphere. They are all equipped with flat screen TVs. The small lobby is cosy and modern, with chocolate and caramel colors, open plan with the lounge bar area, and leads off to the pleasant breakfast room. For more details about the Holiday Inn Paris - Auteuil
The Peninsula Paris
The Peninsula Paris, newly opened after a meticulous four year restoration of a heritage building just steps from the Arc de Triomphe, marks the grand entrance of The Peninsula Hotels group into Europe. The property features 200 rooms, including 45 suites. In its former incarnation, as a different hotel, George Gershwin stayed here when he was writing An American in Paris. This is also the same building where the Paris Peace Accords were signed by Henry Kissinger in 1973, bringing the Vietnam War to a close. The hotel has two lobbies. One is designed specifically for arrival by car and offers direct access to the parking facilities directly underneath the hotel. For more details about the The Peninsula Paris
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