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Why Stay At Castille Paris
Experience all that the First Arrondissement has to offer—the Louvre, the Tuileries Garden, Place Vendôme—without ever leaving the neighborhood.
For classic French luxury with a hint of Italian swagger, look no further than the stylish Castille Hotel, steps from the haute-couture houses of Dolce & Gabbana and Hermès. You have your choice of views in the 108 guest rooms, which face either a massive cherub-adorned fountain in the hotel's private Venetian garden or lively Rue Cambon and the urban skyline. Inside, Coco Chanel provides inspiration for the black, white, and beige hues used throughout the Rivoli Wing rooms; Robert Doisneau's photos of 1930's Paris add texture and depth along the walls. Opera Wing rooms, on the other hand, are vaguely Baroque, with luxe silk curtains and Carrara marble baths.
Giulio Freschi runs the kitchen at L'Assaggio, the onsite restaurant where the former private chef to the Italian ambassador specializes in risottos made with seasonal produce. In the spring, request the risotto mantecato agli asparagi, a buttery dish peppered with fresh asparagus, and snag an al fresco seat on the Florentine patio.
Across Rue Cambon, fashion designers and politicians snack on duck salads, foie gras, and andouillette grillés (grilled sausages) at low-key café Le Chambolle.
Arrive at Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport which is approximately 16 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 30 and 45 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.37 Rue Cambon, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Wi-Fi Internet
- Business Desk
- Les Clefs d'Or Concierge
- Wi-Fi Internet
- iPod Docks
- In-Room Safes
- Pillow Menu
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Bar & Lounge
- Tea Room
- Outdoor Dining (seasonal)
- 24-hour in-room Dining
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Why We Love Paris
World-famous museums, restaurants, and shops make Paris a paradise for the urbane. But don't overlook the City of Light's subtler pleasures: alleys lined with fragrant flower stalls; the lilting strains of a street musician's accordion; and the history that infuses every cobblestoned corner.
Round trip tickets about $75 per person.
Outdoor Excursion: There's something for everyone at the Tuileries, a park that originally served as Catherine de Medici's palace garden. Just a three-minute walk southwest of the Castille, 60,000 daffodils, tulips, and irises herald spring's arrival; meanwhile, Rodin's The Kiss and Henry Moore's Reclining Figure make the space one of the world's best free outdoor museums.
Where to Eat: Fresh pitas stuffed with crispy chickpeas and garlic-laden patties are the draw at L'As du Fallafel, an under-the-radar eatery favored by locals near the Musée Carnavalet. Complement your order with a side of fried eggplant, salted cucumbers, or brined red cabbage.
34 Rue des Rosiers.
Dinner for two from $16.
Where to Drink: The staff at wine bar Juvéniles is as passionate about their reds and whites as the ever-evolving ports, cognacs, and whisky they serve. One of the owners, after all, is Scottish.
47 Rue Richelieu.
Drinks for two from $20.
Why Go Now
May 1, 2013
Prix du Muguet
Horses three years and older speed along this historic one-mile course on one of Paris's most celebrated race days.
St-Cloud Racecourse: 1 Rue du Camp Canadien, Champlain.
May 18, 2013
Night of the Museums
Guided lecture tours, illumination displays and even treasure hunts for young and old to discover Paris museums anew.
May 23 - 26, 2013
Villette Sonique Music Festival
Indie electronic, experimental, and noise-rock musicians showcase their talent at Parc de la Villette, in the Nineteenth Arrondissement.
26 Ave. Corentin Cariou.
Now through July 28, 2013
Paris Jazz Festival
Two months of free jazz weekends at the Parc Floral. Parc Floral de Paris, Bois de Vincenes, 12th Arrondissement.
June 24, 2013
Honoring St. John the Baptist, Paris displays a massive firework, held right in the heart of the city, at the Ile Saint Louis. Best viewed from the Quai Saint-Bernard.
July 14, 2012
Paris commemorates the start of the French Revolution with a military parade along the Champs-Élysées.