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To complete the trip report series of our trip to the Seychelles, Mauritius, and Paris I’ll provide a review of the Park Hyatt in Paris.
The Park Hyatt Paris Trip Report
Out of the cab and into the lobby we were immediately greeted by the bellman that took our bags away and directed us to the front desk. The check in was efficient and the front desk was very friendly. We were given a quick tour of the courtyard, restaurant, bar, fireplace sitting area, and business center. Although no upgrade was available, we were offered a chilled bottle of champagne for being a Hyatt Gold Passport Diamond member.
Beyond the hotel entrance is a hallway with elevators to your right, continuing straight ahead will lead you to the business center and check in desks. To the left of the elevators is the breakfast/lunch spot which was packed during our stay. The continental breakfast buffet was a rip-off at 40 Euros per person. The area we really enjoyed was the sitting area next to the fire place. This ended up being a great spot to have an aperitif in the late afternoon and relax from a long day of visiting the city
The room was a standard king and we were on a high floor with a view of the neighboring building. The washroom had a set of sliding doors which could really open up the room. There was metal artwork on the walls near the bed and windows.
The hotel is located off the Palace Vendome. Just around the corner is the hotel Le Ritz, and the Westin. The end of the street dead ends into the park where the Louvre is located. Plenty of restaurants nearby including an Irish pub just around the right corner when heading out of the hotel. Instead of buying water in the hotel, go around the corner to the pharmacy shop where you can get liters of Evian for 1 Euro. Since we were so close we took the train up to Reims and toured the Champagne caves towards the end of our trip.
Champagne Region Caves
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