L'EMPIRE PARIS (75001)
48 Rue de L'arbre sec 75001
PARIS

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Air conditioning Fax 24h bar B/C/S 24h room service Laundry Buffet breakfast Wi-Fi

Air conditioning Heating Toiletries Disabled Allergies Pets TV Telephone Telephone in bathroom Cot Communicating rooms Hairdryer Minibar Radio Safe Hi-fi Soundproof Wi-Fi

 

Description

The luxury, the seductive contemporary design and the refined attention to every detail at L'Empire Paris are what welcome guests to the harmony of serenity and well-being. This luxurious property, full of charm, is a hotel particulier of the eighteenth century, where cocooning and elegance are emphasized.

Our fumoir invites you to relax and chat in a padded Zen atmosphere, savoring a hot chocolate or a good cognac
Following the hotel's philosophy, respect for the environment and the modern design of L'Empire Paris, the superb ethanol fireplace pleasantly warms the environment.

With gourmet inspiration, the restaurant-lounge bar at L'Empire Paris is a display of creativity, with dishes of imaginative geometric shapes and intense flavors, in a very fashionable setting.
L'Empire Café, a decidedly contemporary spot, is perfect for enjoying our famous buffet breakfast or a business lunch, for varied tastes. It also reveals its glamour for an unforgettable beginning or end to an evening, with succulent cocktails, delicious tapas and a sophisticated selection of French and international wines, all accompanied by eclectic music.

 

Rooms
The rooms at L'Empire Paris seem as though they don't have walls: complete with innovative and elegant furniture, spacious closets and comfortable beds, they provide an atmosphere of velvety intimacy.
Perfectly soundproofed, the suites at L'Empire Paris are equipped with all the amenities, such as the Wi-Fi connection and the LCD satellite TV.
 The elegant rooms at L'Empire Paris have spacious and modern bathrooms with bathtub and shower.
The Parisian spirit of L'Empire Paris also loves to surprise: discover all the seductive details that meticulously personalize each of the 42 rooms, as though it were a boutique.
Classic

20 m2 with double or queen bed



Deluxe

25 m2 with double or queen bed



Executive

45 m2 with double or queen bed, sofa bed, hydro-massage bath



Josephine De Beauharnais Suite

50 m2 with double or queen bed, sofa bed, hydro-massage bath.
The Joséphine Suite at L'Empire Paris is the perfect room for organizing pleasant meetings in the heart of Paris. This space, bathed in natural light and overlooking a wooded terrace, can host up to 10 guests.
The room has a free Wi-Fi internet connection and can be arranged to suit your needs.

 



Suite

40 m2 with double or queen bed



Superior

25 m2 with double or queen bed



Meeting rooms
The Joséphine Suite at L'Empire Paris is the perfect room for organizing pleasant meetings in the heart of Paris. This space, bathed in natural light and overlooking a wooded terrace, can host up to 10 guests.
The room has a free Wi-Fi internet connection and can be arranged to suit your needs.
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How to get there


by car: motorway A4 5 Km away. By plane: Charles de Gaulle Aiport 25 Km away. By metro: Louvre Rivoli, Châtelet les Halles, Pont Neuf ( lines 1,7,4)


     
Airport: 25 km Train: 3 km Bus: 50 m
Tube: 50 m

 

Destination information: Paris

ParísParis is a moveable feast. This is how Hemingway described the City of Lights. Magic, charm, glamour and romance are some of the epithets that capture the spirit of the city.

As the cradle of French culture, literature, the arts and music, and a city with an important, world-renowned gastronomic tradition, the capital of France is for many the most joyous European city with the warmest atmosphere.

Paris
is also known as the city of hills. Montmartre, (the highest neighbourhood in Paris, which is much sought-after by bohemian writers and painters, is named after this hill), Montparnasse and Mont Valérien are three of them.

Monuments such as the Eiffel Tower – France’s most iconic landmark – built in the Champ de Mars on the first anniversary of the Revolution –, the Arc de Triomphe – the symbol of the Napoleonic Wars – , the Bastille, Notre-Dame Cathedral – the most visited Gothic cathedral by tourists who are also attracted by Victor Hugo’s novel which brought the Hunchback of Notre-Dame to life –, are some of the most important monuments that visitors simply must see during their visit to Paris.

Another of the symbols of the French capital is the church of the Sainte-Chapelle with its 15 stained-glass windows that stand 15 metres high. A real burst of colour.

Paris is the perfect place for long, pleasant walks, either along its broad avenues, such as the Champs Elysées and the Boulevard Raspail or across some of the 35 bridges that span the Seine.

During your wonderful stay in the city, you can visit the amazing Latin Quarter, the intellectual and student neighbourhood where the existentialists discovered jazz in its taverns, or let your senses be transported by the magnificent works of art at the Louvre Museum, such as Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo and Boticelli’s Graces, or the Musée d’Orsay, housed in a former railway station, devoted to art from 1848 and 1914; the Centre Georges Pompidou, with works by Picasso, Miró, Dalí, Matisse and Kandinsky; the Musée Rodin, which showcases the most important works by the brilliant sculptor, and the city’s history museum, the Musée Carnavalet. Also worth visiting is the Place de la Concorde, the biggest square in Paris, which is located by the Seine.

The Folies Bergère are the most famous place of entertainment in Paris, together with the Moulin Rouge. Their skilfully staged revues are still extremely popular. If you stroll down the Boulevard Saint Germain, you can stop off at the Café de Flore, the bar once frequented by Jean-Paul Sartre.

At the Père Lachaise Cemetery, one of the most visited burial grounds in Europe, you’ll find the tombs of Oscar Wilde, Honoré de Balzac and Paul Eluard. You can do a spot of shopping at the couture houses of Dior, Chanel and Vuitton on the Avenue Montaigne or visit one of Paris’s most popular department stores, Printemps.


 

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