I fell in love with all the hotels and motels in Paris. They have so much to offer compared to the localones we see in our towns. I have an endless list but I wish show only two and later add a link to other great hotels.
The cheapest hotel in Paris ; GRAND HOTEL FRANCAIS
What does it have to offer?
It is a 2-minute walk from Rue des Boulets metro station, this modest hotel is a 10-minute ride from the Place de la République and 4.6 km from the Louvre.
The casual rooms are soundproofed and have flat-screen TVs, free WiFi and welcome drinks, as well as minibars. Some upgraded rooms have balconies and a suite adds a seating area.
The property has a lobby lounge and bar, and a bright dining room offering a continental breakfast buffet (fee).
RANGES KSH 9,609 – 11,470
The most expensive hotel; SHANGRI – LA HOTEL PARIS
Beautiful, right? What does it have to offer?
The hotel is in a former home of the Bonaparte family is a 2-minute walk from the Iéna metro station and a 4-minute walk from the Palais de Tokyo art museum.
Featuring marble bathrooms with heated floors and flat-screen TVs, elegant rooms have free Wi-Fi, minibars and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Facilities include renowned French restaurant, a casual eatery beneath a glass cupola and refined Cantonese dining, as well as a plush cocktail bar. It also hosts weddings.
FOR ONLY KSH118,687 – 121,534 !!!!
The GOOD, BAD and UGLY.
- Coco Channel used to frequent the hotel around 1898, later moved in, in 1937
THE HOTEL RITZ, PARIS.
- When Salvador Dali stayed at Paris’s Hotel Meurice in the 60s, he asked the staff to fetch him a flock of sheep, which he herded through the halls by firing blanks at them with a pistol. Another time, he paid the bellmen to catch insects for him (five francs per fly!). Lastly he painted on the guestroom walls often. That’s one way to leave your mark.
- On 30 November 1900, Oscar Wilde died in Room 16 of the Hôtel d’Alsace on Paris’ rue des Beaux Arts. He died having left a large bill at the hotel.
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