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A getaway in a Parisian hotel

Agency of Paris
Posted on 20/04/21

At the time of telework and curfew, we all dream of a little break to release the pressure. A simple getaway a stone's throw from home with the services of a luxury Parisian hotel, the ideal option to take your mind off things.

The hotels had to think about alternatives to remain open and be able to receive customers. Many hotels are launching various operations while respecting sanitary measures to enjoy the evening serenely. Here are our favorite hotels in Paris:

Bréguet House

In the heart of Bastille, the hotel opens its doors and offers the "who dines, sleeps" formula with a dinner by Suha Ozkan offering Mediterranean cuisine and cocktails until midnight. It is also possible to enjoy the spa for a moment of relaxation.

Maison Albar Hotel Vendôme

Located a stone's throw from the Opéra Garnier, this 5-star hotel promotes French luxury. Maison Albar is a privileged place where customers can go to the Vendôme patio for a dinner concocted by chef Pierre Gagnaire. In addition, the hotel has an exceptional Carita spa, to enjoy a moment of relaxation, and a swimming pool with a jacuzzi to swim under the golden alcoves.

J.K Place Hotel

Located in the 7th arrondissement, this new Parisian spot that honors French and Italian chic is a haven of peace. The hotel has an offer consisting of a dinner, one night in a superior room with breakfast, plus access to the spa and the indoor swimming pool.

You can feast with Italian dishes at its restaurant, Casa Tua.

The bristol hotel

One of the most famous Parisian palaces, this place steeped in history, located in one of the most beautiful districts of Paris, offers a unique moment. A stroll in the 1200 m2 garden, a private session in the gym and finally a room service dinner, led by the 3-star Chef, MOF Eric Frechon and the world pastry champion Julien Alvarez.

With these 4 hotels, you have a good opportunity to extend your evenings!

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