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THE HIGHLIGHTS
Well-placed for luxury shopping and sightseeing, this contemporary Spanish-owned five star hotel in the south of the 8th arrondissement comes with 64 immaculate rooms, an easygoing restaurant and a fitness centre.

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THE LOCATION

The area is known for its wealthy residences and office buildings. It's close to place de la Reine Astrid, between avenue Montaigne and the River Seine.

The hotel is in the 8th arrondissement; the nearest Métro station is Alma-Marceau.

By plane: London or Manchester to Paris Charles de Gaulle takes 1 hour 15 minutes, after which, it's a 40-minute drive to the hotel. Paid parking available nearby. Book flights to Paris.

By train: London to Paris Gare du Nord takes 2 hours 20 minutes, after which, it's a 20-minute drive to the hotel. Book trains to Paris.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

Formerly the aristocratic residence of the Marquises de Vibraye, this modern hotel has a Franco-Spanish feel. The décor in the lobby and restaurant is classy with shiny copper, black marble and potted plants, as well as ancestral portraits on the walls.

THE FACILITIES

Facilities include a meetings and events space, and a ground-floor gym. We loved the little touches, like a welcome glass of cava on arrival before being escorted to our room, and the goodnight gift at turndown.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Gym
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

All accommodation follows a blue or red colour scheme. Beds are large, and custom-built wardrobes and thick drapes complete the look. Bathrooms are bright spaces, with lots of mirrors.

Room types: Style, Singular, Singular Extra, Singular Junior Suite, Suite with Balcony, Grand Suite with Balcony

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, coffee maker, bottled water, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Dos Almas (translating to 'Two Souls') is a bar and bistro, specialising in French-Spanish fusion cuisine. The restaurant serves a relaxed breakfast buffet in the mornings. We recommend the pumpkin soup with Iberian ham followed by grilled cod with chorizo, plus a fortifying glass of red Rioja wine.

Dos Almas: French-Spanish fusion restaurant. Dishes include beef tenderloin and black rice paella with sea bass and mussels. Open daily for breakfast and dinner, Mon-Fri for lunch.

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