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HOTEL DU JEU DE PAUME
Situated between the two branches of the Seine; located only a short distance from Paris, the four star Hotel du Jeu de Paume is a gorgeous, period style hotel. The Hotel Jeu de Paume is so called because of its location, which homed the last seventeenth century royal “jeu de paume” or “real tennis” court, which was was built in 1634 by France’s most famous Royal, Louis XIII.
The Hotel Jeu de Paume exudes a homely warmth, and strives for an understated luxury. This hotel is perfect for people looking for a fairytale Parisian holiday
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The two islands in the middle of the Seine, located in the middle of the Seine sits in the heart of Paris. Ile Saint-Louis, the more provincial island, has an array of traditional eateries, and small boutiques. It has rustic feel that is in-keeping with the fashionable understated chic that is expected of Paris.
Ile de la Cite exudes grandeur; it is the home of the Gothic Sainte-Chapelle, and the site of the prison that held Marie-Antoinette. Also close by sits the world famous Notre Dame, and the beautiful bridges that straddle the Seine.
54, rue Saint Louis en l'île
Ile Saint Louis
Hotel de jeu du Paume is an hour away from Charles de Gaulle Airport, for international flights; and 20 minutes from the Gare du nord station, for Eurostar.
Service is polite, thoughtful, and well versed. To say the hotel is gorgeous is an understatement, the hotel is beautiful. The dining room is situated under the atrium of the building, where the ancient beams showcase the perspective and height of the seventeen metre high vault. The hotel rooms are warm and comfortable, and beautifully decorated.
Hotel Jeu de Paume has a well thought-out concierge service. For example, provision of international newspapers, laundry and dry cleaning services, and babysitting services.