Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel, Paris, France

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The Renaissance Paris Vendome in Paris, France, is a 1930s-style hotel set on an early 19th-century property within walking distance of the famous Louvre museum. Other nearby attractions include the Champs Elysees, the Opera Garnier and Musee D’Orsay. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is 35 kilometers from the hotel. Caramel, chocolate and cream-colored decor provide the backdrop to retro armchairs and furnishings in the 97 soundproofed guestrooms at the Renaissance Paris Vendome. Accommodations include widescreen televisions, DVD players, and marble bathrooms with heated towel racks, terrycloth towels and designer toiletries. Nightly turndown service includes the delivery of dark chocolates to guestrooms. The hotel’s lobby features an exotic-themed cocktail bar, which leads into a designer restaurant offering a selection of French cuisine. The lobby also includes a complimentary DVD rental library. Private parking is provided for guests arriving by car, and local information and tour assistance can be found at the concierge desk. The Renaissance Paris Vendome’s fitness center has exercise machines and free weights, a slate-tiled steam room with a starry ceiling, an aspen-wood sauna, and a pool with a counter-current wave system. There’s also a separate relaxation room, massage room and locker rooms with showers.

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  1. Daphne M (verified owner)

    Great location in Paris

    This hotel is my favorite when staying in Paris with the kids or for a short visit. The location can’t be beat. The Louvre is just a short walk away and so are three metro lines – Concorde, Tuileries, and Pyramides. Start your day with either a nice breakfast at the hotel (the food is very good), or better yet, walk to Angelina on Rue de Rivoli, but get there early because the crowds form quickly. Then, head to the Louvre for just a little bit (my kids enjoy a museum, but not for very long stretches). After, let them run around to their heart’s delight at the Tuileries. Walk a couple of blocks back to your hotel and freshen up for the evening adventure. The rooms are very small, but, incredibly comfortable. The mattresses are the most comfortable I have found in Europe. Book early and expect to pay high prices, it can be expensive for a family, as you may have to rent more than one room, but I believe the value to cost ratio is good.

    Tips for Families

    Book early.

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