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A Parisian landmark since it opened in 1928, the Prince de Galles, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris has been visited by the likes of Winston Churchill, Marlene Dietrich and Elvis Presley. These days, visitors are impressed with the hotel's dedicated staff and prime address on George V Avenue, just steps from the trendy shopping and dining establishments found on the Champs-Élysées. The art deco hotel boasts 115 rooms and 44 luxury suites that offer custom-made furniture, Saint Laurent marble floors, large windows overlooking Paris, Christian Lacroix Eygalières toiletries and complimentary Wi-Fi access. While most former guests raved about their accommodations, many said that the fresh flowers provided inside and the pre-arrival amenity request service are what set this property apart. When you're ready to venture outside your digs, relax in the spa, break a sweat in the fitness center or grab a bite to eat in one of three on-site restaurants. The breakfasts served at the Michelin-starred venue, Restaurant La Scène, were especially popular with recent diners, though some thought the prices were a bit high. And because this hotel is part of the Marriott hotel family, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn or use points here.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
- Read MoreComfortable, contemporary rooms located steps away from the Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe ought to inspire a stay at Hotel Vernet. A historic Haussmann building situated in the stylish 8th arrondissement (district), Hotel Vernet justifies its prices with near-groundbreaking levels of luxury. Perks include the possibility for in-room hairdressers, manicures and pedicures (upon request). Returning guests even rave that the in-house restaurant's dinner alone is worth a trip to the property, not to mention the attentive staff who cater to visitors' needs, both inside and outside the hotel. Travelers recall the hotel staff going above and beyond with complimentary sweets and thorough assistance in planning customized itineraries. Some previous guests experienced issues booking invalid deals via third-party websites, so travelers should keep that in mind. Nevertheless, guests who book through the site will receive a free breakfast, a welcome gift, free Wi-Fi access, early check-in and late checkout.
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If you love art, a trendy atmosphere and historical charm, consider staying at Les Bains Paris. This former bathhouse and famed nightlife venue (which has welcomed everyone from Marcel Proust to Mick Jagger and David Bowie) resides in Paris' chic third arrondissement near must-visit sights like Le Marais and the Centre Pompidou. But guests don't have to travel far to experience the area's cool ambiance. Le Club, the on-site nightclub, features a built-in stage, a shallow swimming pool and DJ-curated tunes or live performances every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. In Les Bains Paris' 39 guest rooms and suites, visitors are greeted with gray, black and white color schemes and amenities like heated bathroom floors, Marshall MP3 docking stations, flat-screen TVs and light blue rotary phones. And at La Salle-à-Manger, travelers can enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch in a modern dining room with undulating ceiling domes and rich mahogany tables. Previous diners praised the stylish eatery's dishes, which feature international flavors and locally sourced ingredients, including honey collected from the hotel's rooftop beehives. However, some said its breakfasts and cocktails were expensive for the area. Additionally, several visitors reported hearing music from the nightclub inside their rooms.5.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
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