Hotel Baltimore Paris Review

Hotel Baltimore Paris Review

Hotel Baltimore, located in the heart of Paris, is a luxury hotel near some of the city’s most beautiful and world renowned tourist attractions.  Luxury is definitely synonymous with the Baltimore Paris Hotel, and the tone was set in 1920 when it was named after its very first guest, Lord Baltimore.  You’ll be able to visit the Champs-Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower with ease during your first day in Paris when you stay here.

This hotel features 103 well-equipped rooms where you can relax in style, not to mention the Champagne bar that’s available if you want a taste of the French lifestyle.  Management and staff make it a priority to warmly welcome each guest and make them feel right at home the moment they enter the hotel’s grand front doors.  You’ll instantly be struck by the Parisian charm of this lovely hotel, and you’ll look forward to dining in the in-house restaurant, relaxing in the library with a book, or keeping up with your fitness regime in the complete fitness center.

There’s a room at the Hotel Baltimore for everyone, including four rooms for those of limited mobility.  You can stay in one of the hotel’s Classic rooms, which features a queen size bed, en suite bathroom, a station for making warm drinks, as well as a mini bar.  Entertainment is available in each room in the form of an iPod dock, a flat screen television and complimentary high speed internet.  At 161 square feet this room is the perfect size for a couple vacationing in the beautiful city of lights.  For groups of friends traveling to Paris, the Classic room featuring twin beds is a great way to split the room cost and still have a great vacation.  This room has the all the features of its queen bed counterpart, and both rooms have connecting doors to adjoining rooms for a more intimate group or family experience.

If you’re looking for a bit more luxury, you can get the Premium room, either with a queen bed or two single beds.  Convenience and a contemporary decor are offered, and you’ll have the added bonus of a bathtub in some of the Premium rooms.  Tea and coffee making facilities, a minibar and the hotel’s standard iPod dock, flat screen TV and free WiFi are also provided in the Premium rooms, ranging in size from 161 to 194 square feet.  Families will find the Deluxe rooms to their liking, as they all feature either a queen sized bed or twin beds, as well as all the standard features.  These rooms can be made to accommodate larger groups, since an extra bed is available in each of the Deluxe options.  The larger size of the Deluxe rooms makes a family or small group’s stay more enjoyable, and each room is between 215 and 269 square feet.

If you’re really out to treat yourself, you can book one the Junior Suite, either with a king size bed or two single beds.  The Junior Suite comes with an espresso machine for making your own gourmet coffee drinks.  The Deluxe Junior Suite takes luxury to another level with its picturesque view of the Avenue Kleber, and you can relax after a day of sightseeing on the comfortable king size bed.  There’s no better way to stay in Paris than to have your very own view of the famous Eiffel Tower, and the Hotel Baltimores 581 square foot Eiffel Suite offers just that.  You can take advantage of the additional adjoining room for even more square footage, a total of 840 square feet, which is really the equivalent of a Paris apartment.  A separate lounge space helps turn the Eiffel Suite into your very own home away from home while staying in Paris.

Each of the hotel’s rooms feature air conditioning, and you’ll feel safe and secure when utilising the in-room safe deposit box.  Turndown service is available daily, and you can request a wake up call, either automated or from the hotel’s operator.  Other amenities offered in each room are a desk, free mineral water, direct dial cordless telephone with two handsets, and manual climate control for absolute comfort.  All the rooms’ windows that can be opened so you can enjoy fresh air and listen to the city go by.  Each bathroom is thoughtfully fitted with a hair dryer and a magnifying makeup mirror so you’ll always look your best during your Paris vacation.   Your sense of safety and peace of mind is important to the Hotel Baltimore, so each room is protected by keycard operated door locks, deadbolts, a smoke alarm and a map of emergency exits so you’ll be prepared in the unlikely event of an emergency.

When you’re ready for some sightseeing, the hotel is conveniently located on the Avenue Kleber, a stone’s throw away from some of the city’s top tourist attractions. Its prime location inside what is known as the Parisian Golden Triangle makes this hotel a great choice for every tourist.  You’re just steps away from the magnificent Eiffel Tower and the Arc du Triomphe.  If shopping is on the agenda, the vibrant Avenue des Champs Elysees and the luxurious Avenue Montaigne are within walking distance of this hotel.  Some of the city’s beautiful gardens, such as the Trocadero gardens, are near the hotel, offering lots of photo opportunities and scenic spots ideal for relaxation.  You can get to the Seine riverbanks quite easily if you’re interested in taking a river tour of Paris.  Visiting museums, parks and gardens as well as Paris’ many places of attraction is easy with the convenience of nearby metro stations.

Dining options are aplenty when you stay here.  You can feast on creations by the Chef at the hotel restaurant, Jean-Philippe Perol, who uses only the freshest local ingredients in the most delightful combinations.  The restaurant’s Sommelier, Jean-Luc Jamrozik, will help you enhance your meal with some of the extensive list of regional and foreign fine finest wines and champagnes.  You can explore the nearby Avenue des Champs Elysees for gourmet restaurants, bistros and cafes where you can enjoy a taste of exquisite French cuisine, or dine on the terrace of one of the cafes conveniently located at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.  The elegance and charm of Hotel Baltimore Paris and its location near the best sightseeing, dining and shopping spots in Paris make it one of the best and most popular hotels in the area.


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