Attractions and Things to Do
Culinary excellence is throughout Paris. Bar hotels in Paris, France bring the excellence right to you so you can merely walk downstairs to receive it. These bar hotels, such as the Buddha Bar Hotel Paris, Sofitel Paris Arc de Triomphe, Crowne Plaza Paris Republique, and the Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel, provide you not only culinary French perfection but also a relaxing atmosphere in which to savor the tastes. Prime location is yours when you stay in these hotels as well. You can walk or make use of the public metro system to get you to and from sight-seeing and shopping. The Crowne Plaza Paris Republique is near five metro stops for added convenience and connection to the rest of the city. In addition to on-site recreation, you’re in the heart of the historic district for picturesque photos opportunities at the Canal St Martin and the Champs Elysee’s.
When you book your stay in Paris you expect a certain quality of cuisine at your on-site restaurant. Bar Hotels in Paris, France take that expectation to the next level and allow you to experience the unique culinary perfect that only a French Chef can bring to your dining experience. Specifically, when you stay at the Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel you can experience the culinary masterpieces of the two Michelin Star Awarded Chef Le Pinxo. The Sofitel Paris Arc de Triomphe, offers you the modern French cuisine inspired by Chef Thomas Bruno and the Crowne Plaza Paris Rrepublique, provides you with a refined dining atmosphere and fine wines. Children 12 and under eat for free with the purchase of an adult meal here as well.
The Paris metro and subway system is open 5:20 a.m. through 1:20 a.m., so you can explore the city at your leisure. You should look into getting the Paris Pass which is designed to save you time and money while you’re visiting. You receive unlimited journeys on all Paris Metro, RER, Buses, Trams, SNCF Overland Suburban Trains, and the Montmartre Funicular. You can purchase them as two, four, or six day passes and they will not activate until your first use, even if you don’t take the metro until day two or three of your stay at the bar hotels in Paris, France. Your Paris Pass also gets you into over 60 Paris museums and monuments for free.