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Suite Marie Antoinette


The Seven Hôtel

Suite Marie Antoinette
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This room is bursting with personality! And it has two large windows overlooking the courtyard, so you'll have plenty of light and quiet. The decorator clearly had some fun in here. He painted part of the ceiling to look like a gentle summer sky. Beneath this lovely ceiling mural is a large, curved and quilted sofa accented with colorful throw pillows. Absolutely ideal for a cup of tea and some macarons! Crystal and rhinestones everywhere, with a smattering of roses.

The bathroom opens onto the entryway, its black and white checkered floor a nice contrast with the beautiful old-fashioned bathtub. Another window with a courtyard view in the bathroom, very pleasant. Also a shower, if that's your preference. Cotton candy pink curtains, of course! Large mirrors and L'Occitane toiletry products that make you want to pamper yourself. Marie Antoinette tea from Nina's, a delicious detail.

Royal luxury!

Tips from Parisians

Are you a princess?
Step outside and go right on the Rue de Rennes, then turn left when you get to Rue St Placide. Aside from the fun stroll through an area full of nice shops, at the end of the rainbow there's a Sephora. Lovely tinted powders, candy-flavored lip-glosses, sexy perfumes, a thousand shades of nail polish... For men, all of the most popular colognes. Tempting!
55 Rue Saint-Placide, 75006 Paris
+33 1 53 63 46 80
The owner's secrets
I like my work, because I can make my clients' dreams come true. It's not a coincidence that the quality I prefer in a place is its magic. In my hotel, for example, so many people have popped the question!
My secret hobby? Nordic walking.
My hero? Flash McQueen.
My motto? Hakuna matata!

The Seven Hôtel

20 Rue Berthollet, 75005 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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