domingo, 24 de octubre de 2010

Love in Paris; Baudelaire Bastille




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.

29 comentarios:

  1. named after the great french poet of the same name, charles baudelaire

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  2. Looks like a pleasant hotel to stay at

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  3. that looks so cute and charming.

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  4. Gorgeous! i want to go back to Paris. So lovely.

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  5. I met a hot Mexican/French girl there, gorgeous green eyes. We flirted until her boss kicked me out of the cafe. Don't remember her name, never got her number. Oh well. :)

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  6. When i ever think of a vacation in Paris, i'll remember this.

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  7. Love the ordinary entrance, and always nice to be able to stay connected to the internet for free.

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  8. Doesn't Bastille mean prison or something along those lines? :o

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  9. great tips! hope i stop in Paris soon :)

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  10. Friend stayed there once, looked very nice from what pictures he showed me!

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  11. Looks like a very humble place.. I want to go to Paris D:

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  12. Looks really nice, would like to see some in santiago, chile

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  13. I really appreciate all your comments :D

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  14. I want to move to Paris or Milano, so I love this.

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  15. Looks like a very historic building

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