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Stay in a Premiere Classe hotel for an unforgettable trip to Paris.

France’s famously romantic capital city, Paris, nestled in the heart of the Ile-de-France region, will well and truly live up to its reputation. What better way to enjoy it than with a stay in a Premiere Classe hotel ?

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CAMPANILE PARIS 11 - Bastille - Le Marais
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CAMPANILE PARIS 14 - Maine Montparnasse
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CAMPANILE PARIS 19 - La Villette
4 km from downtown
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KYRIAD PARIS 10 - Canal Saint Martin - République
2 km from downtown
Canal+ Canalsat Private phone Night porter Public charged parking

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KYRIAD PARIS 10 - Gare de l'Est
2 km from downtown
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KYRIAD PARIS 13 - Italie Gobelins
3 km from downtown
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Paris, the world-renowned capital of France, lies at the heart of the Île-de-France region in the north of the country. Known for its romance and stunning architecture, the City of Lights sits on the north bending arc of the river Seine. Two islands, the Île Saint-Louis and the larger Île de la Cité, form the oldest part of the city. Paris has several conspicuous hills, of which the highest is the famous Montmartre.

The largest city in continental Europe, Paris is over 2,000 years old. The ancient Gallic tribe, the Parisii, originally gave their name to the city, with Julius Caesar renaming it Lutetia under his rule. During the 1800s Napoleon III wanted renovation, leading to Baron Haussman’s bold plan of beautification. He built high white stone buildings onto wide, tree-lined boulevards, creating expansive parks. It is now a centre of culture and the arts.

A two-day break
Two days is enough time for Paris to make its impression. The first day could be spent soaking up the 12th century cathedral Notre Dame de Paris, the Napoleonic Arc de Triomphe and the 19th century Eiffel Tower. Plan your route around the Historical Axis: a line of monuments that run in a straight line from the city centre. The second day could be spent absorbing the intriguing contents of the famous Louvre museum.

A week-long stay
A week is the perfect time frame for getting a feel for Parisian life. Sit outside the many quaint cafés dotted around the city and simply watch the world go by. Catch the famous monuments but explore the lesser-known areas of the city too. Visit the Tuileries Garden on a sunny day, and the Musée d’Orsay is a must-see. Facing the Seine from quai Anatole France, this museum is housed in a former train station.

A family holiday
Kids will love Paris’ thrilling history, which is played out in its many museums. If visiting in the summer visit Paris Plages – an artificial beach on the Seine complete with deck-chairs and ice cream. A trip to Disneyland Paris will be unforgettable for all the family, and the Musée Grevin is one of Europe’s oldest wax museums, with over 300 life-size wax figures. The Premiere Classe Montreuil hotel is situated conveniently near Disneyland Paris and Parc Asterix.

Three international airports, Orly, Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport and Le Bourget, serve the city along with an extensive rail network. Six major railway stations are connected to the TGV, Corail trains and the suburban rails and the Eurostar. The Métro is Paris' major transport system, with 300 stations. The city is surrounded by three orbital freeways.

Almost anything from around the country is available in Paris, which boasts over 9,000 restaurants. High quality Michelin-rated restaurants proliferate, but everyday foods are also a must-have. Head to a boulangerie for fresh French bread, a charcuterie for meat or fromagerie for cheese. Alternatively, the Premiere Classe Paris Ouest – Gennevilliers Barbanniers hotel has its own restaurant.

Several annual festivals take place in Paris, such as Rock en Seine and La Fête de la Musique: a lively street music festival held every June 21st. One speciality is the city's large network of small cinemas. During any one week, people have the choice between around 300 old or new movies from all over the world.

Interesting fact
One of France’s biggest holidays is Bastille Day on July 14th. Fireworks illuminate the Eiffel Tower and there is a military parade to celebrate the storming of the prison, in 1789, and the release of its captives. But on the day Bastille was actually stormed, there were no political prisoners of significance in the jail.

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