- Best Western Victor Hugo Hotel Paris (Paris)
Best Western Victor Hugo Hotel Paris
country: France, city: Paris (Champs Elysees - Arc de Triomphe)
Best Western Victor Hugo Hotel Paris At a walking distance of the Champs Elysees and the Trocadero gardens, you will enjoy all the quietness of this very special district and discover the most outstanding parisian sightseeings. In a beautiful parisian building, this Hotel has all the charm and elegance of a French house. You will have an opportunity of glancing through the novels of Vistor Hugo in Hotel's library as well as having the breakfast in the inner garden.
Hotel's 75 rooms, entirely renovated, will offer you all the latest comfort. You will enjoy the rooms fitted with Louis XVI furniture.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Business centre
Safe deposit box
Cable / Satellite TV
Iron and ironing board
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Tea and coffee making facilities
19 rue Copernic,
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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