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Chambre Passage Secret


Legend Hôtel

Chambre Passage Secret
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Wow! You can pull out a big table when the bed is folded up against the wall! Very original. But there's more to this room than that. Like the splendid dark purple walls, the gray wood, the hardwood floor, and the purple velvet chairs... You could it around the table on that side, or relax in the living room nook on this side... And the 2 large windows, both overlooking your little balcony, which has a great view of the Rue de Rennes. And surprise! To your left, you can see the Tour Montparnasse. All terribly Parisian. At the head of the bed, a beautiful young woman seems to be asking us to shush, which suits the room and its muted colors, plush materials and subdued lighting.

The bathroom is hidden behind a wooden door, which you might at first take for a closet with, who knows, maybe a secret passageway behind it... Small square sink, modern faucetry, very large shower. Subtle lighting.

iPod dock, designer water bottle, white bed linens.

Hardwood floor and balcony!

Tips from Parisians

The Passage d’Enfer
This place has a history! You can feel it in your bones. Located between the Boulevard Raspail and the delightful Rue Campagne Première, this passage is all that remains of the Bois d'Enfer, a wood that had a very bad reputation... Today the beautiful cobblestones remain, some colorful shutters, an old bicycle, and the quiet of days long past. It's easy to see why many artists, sculptors, painters, writers and poets (including Rimbaud) lived in this area.
Access it from about 251 Boulevard Raspail
The owner's secrets
What I particularly enjoy about my line of work is meeting people, making them happy,and exchanging with them.
I was born in Paris and I couldn't live without the constant motion of this city!
For me, Parisian women are ambitious, and Parisian men are tenacious dreamers.
My favorite restaurant is Les Zazous on Boulevard Montparnasse, 2 steps from the hotel.
My motto? The early bird gets the worm!

Legend Hôtel

151 Rue de Rennes, 75006 Paris, France
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What was once a village still retains its deeply INTELLECTUAL spirit. There are plenty of ART GALLERIES. Once the cradle of Parisian literature, today it draws a rather snooty crowd, but it's still a hangout of university PROFESSORS.

The local: on a bike, Le Monde under his arm.

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