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"You may find it hard to leave" -- The Sunday Times Travel Magazine
"Within trotting distance" of the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, the Hotel Keppler is "not only fittingly fashionable but also luxuriously tranquil," says popular UK daily The Independent. It was also named France’s Leading Boutique Hotel in the 2012 World Travel Awards.
Set on a quiet street in the upscale eighth arrondissement, it's a 10-minute walk from the tree-lined Avenue de Président Wilson, where you'll find the Musée d'Arte Moderne with its permanent Matisse collection and the popular gourmet food market (Wednesday and Saturday mornings).
Designed by interiors guru Pierre-Yves Rochon (whose previous clients include the Four Seasons and Ritz-Carlton), the hotel is filled with leopard print cushions, Art Deco mirrors, fuchsia pink orchids and man-sized china vases.
As Frommer's notes, there are "a lot of amenities for the money." Breakfast is a highlight -- taken in the winter garden room, it comes with tasty French pastries, fresh juice and seasonal fruit. There's also a sauna, a hammam (Turkish bath), a small gym, and a library bar that's stuffed with art books, antiques and comfy armchairs.
The hotel doesn't have a restaurant, but there's room service and plenty of swanky bistros within striking distance. As an added treat, the hotel can also arrange for a selection of treats to be delivered to your room from Pierre Hermé, who specializes in macaroons.
The glamorous Superior Suites have views of the Eiffel Tower from balconies and coffee-making facilities in-room, while spacious Executive Rooms have TVs in the bathrooms. Classic rooms are on the smaller side but are sound proofed and chicly furnished, with paneled walls and marble bathrooms.
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