The Baudelaire Bastille Hotel lies right in the heart of Paris, in the famous Bastille district, offering a wonderful setting close to many of the city's attractions, such as Place de la Bastille, Opéra Bastille, Place des Vosges, Marais and Père Lachaise cemetery. Two underground stations offer a quick and easy access to any place of this marvelous city and several buses are also available. The hotel, housed in an 18th century building, offers an elegant and fine environment together with modern and convenient amenities. A free Internet connection is available in the lobby as well as newspapers, city maps and city tour booking service. A full time reception desk is at your disposal for any information you may need.
Made completely of snow and ice, the hotel has 36 rooms and suites, spas and a sauna, the Ice Café, a chapel, a majestic chandelier, a Nordic relaxation area, a huge ice slide, and the Ice Bar, famous for serving cocktails in glasses made of ice.
We got some comments asking for an option for a very popular place the Hyde Park and Kensington Garden, well, here's one option for you: Central Park Hotel - Bayswater, a three stars hotel a good base for any visitor.
This vibrant and popular area offers a great range of shops, restaurants and bars, and excellent transport links make it easy to reach all the sights and attractions of the city.
Central Park Hotel offers the following facilities:
24 Hour Reception Bar(s) Dry Cleaning Service Laundry Service Lifts Restaurant(s) Room Service Safety Deposit Box Wake-up Calls
This place is not a business place, but is a very good option for a easy transportation on your tourist days.
-Think about what you are doing at all times and trust your instincts - don’t take risks that you wouldn’t at home! -Don’t openly display valuables such as mobile phones or digital cameras and consider using a padlock on suitcases or backpacks -Find out about local customs and dress, behave accordingly and obey local laws -there may be serious penalties for breaking a law that might seem trivial at home -Be careful when taking photographs, videos or using binoculars. Such activities may be misunderstood, especially near military installations -Consider taking your mobile with you or renting one whilst you’re away. Store useful numbers such as the local police and the nearest embassy or consulate -Check with your service provider to make sure your phone works abroad check whether it’s safe to drink local tap water- if not, stick to bottled water and avoid salads, non-peeling fruit and ice in drinks -Use your judgement when buying and eating food you’ve not prepared yourself respect the environment – don’t buy wildlife souvenirs, conserve resources like water and don’t drop litter -Check import regulations for food and plants before you attempt to bring them back to the UK