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L'Hôtel Brighton ****

A hotel inspired by the spirit of the place

You’re on the right bank of the river Seine, across from the Tuileries? You also can admire the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay, the Eiffel Tower, the Dome of the Invalides? You’re staying at the Hotel Brighton…

You face the Tuileries, the most important and the oldest of all the Paris gardens, with its manicured lawns, beautiful flowerbeds, elegant marble statues and basins.
A few blocks away is the Place de la Concorde.

In this four-star Hotel, you will appreciate antique furniture and the paintings that adorn the salon, the breakfast room and the rooms.

“The spirit of the place” is respected, the elegance of French decoration is prominent; you have chosen the Hotel Brighton, one of the Esprit-de-France Hotels – elegance combined with charm, and of course modern comfort.

 

* for a room in the same category, booked the same day, in the same hotel, for the same stay dates and at the same booking conditions.

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I stayed for five nights with my wife and daughter. The location and view was magic. The room as spacious, especially for Paris. Staff were pleasant and attentive. They were always there if we needed them.... Perfect...

Review 17-07-2013, 40 years old

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