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Chambre Calmly


Hôtel Saint Dominique

Chambre Calmly
From 2:00 PM
Before 12:00 PM
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Silence reigns in this intimate, light-filled room. A large bay window, another window in the sloping ceiling, and a glass door all ensure this room is full of light no matter what the weather! It's bright, calm and inviting. You can only get to the room by crossing the hotel's interior courtyard. Which makes it convenient to have breakfast in the early morning sunshine!
Extra bed available (under 15 only).

The decor is contemporary, with some original touches like a Walter Knoll chair and an armoire with fluorescent accents.

In the bathroom, an Italian shower, a marble sink, and a window. A gorgeous triptych mirror.


Tips from Parisians

Picnic at Les Invalides
At the end of your street, you run into the huge lawns of Les Invalides, which stretch all the way to the Seine. Parisians have been strolling here since the 17th century. Today, they are perfect for a picnic with a view, like the superb glass dome of the Grand Palais for example! For you athletic types and families, you're welcome to bring balls to kick around. You'll see lots of soccer players! Thought we'd let you know.
The owner's secrets
What I like about my line of work is the diversity and meeting my guests: giving them tips about Paris, sharing my latest discoveries, discussing our cultures... Chatting with them in general ;-)
I also like taking care of the flowers in my pretty Paris courtyard and feeling like I'm in the Caribbean, like I do at home. Read the rest of the interview on the My Room In blog: besthotelroomsinparis.com

Hôtel Saint Dominique

62 Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris, France
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Don't let the throngs of tourists and street vendors selling miniature Eiffel Towers stop you from enjoying the VIEW, or the exceptional MUSEUMS. Then you can go picnic by the old carousel on the Champs de Mars, not far from the EMBASSIES.

The local: traditional upper-crust families.

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