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Hotel Astor Saint-Honoré
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Why Stay At Hotel Astor Saint-Honoré
Reasonable rates lure travelers to this small, 128-room hotel a few blocks from blue-chip boutiques on Rue Saint-Honoré.
Founded in 1907 by Englishman Lord Astor, the hotel underwent a British Regency renovation in 1996 (upholstered chairs with tall wooden legs, ornate nonworking fireplaces). But not to worry: the 128-room hotel still has the typical French features—a glamorous lobby and small-but-well-appointed rooms with patterned carpets and striped furniture in pearl gray, sea green, sky blue, and lilac (plus Wi-Fi and satellite TV). An in-house restaurant serves classic dishes like beef filet with white-truffle cream and John Dory with asparagus, and the bar's whiskey menu references the hotel's English roots. The property's Right Bank location is its trump card: Hotel Astor Saint-Honoré is a short distance from major central attractions, from the Place de la Madeleines to the Opéra, the Louvre, and the Champs-Élysées.
Ninety of the rooms face the interior courtyard, but city views are available upon request (the best are from the sixth floor).
Travelers visiting on the last Friday of the month should dine at the hotel's L'Astor restaurant, which puts on live music performances and offers special prix fixe menus.
Arrive at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), which is approximately 17 miles (30minutes) from the hotel.11 Rue d'Astorg, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Business Center
- Meeting Rooms
- Limo Service
- Laundry Service
- Flat-Panel Televisions
- CD Players
- Wireless Internet
- Hair Dryers
- Mini Bars
- In-Room Safes
- Air Conditioning
- All hotel taxes & hotel fees
- 2-person occupancy
Why We Love Paris
Because it's Paris.
Getting Around: Bicycles. The Vélib, the city's public rental-bike program, has expanded since its launch in 2007; it now has 750 automated rental stations throughout the city. For about $1.40, travelers and locals have access to unlimited 30-minute rentals. Rental locations are posted on kiosks throughout the city.
Where to Shop: Princesse Tam Tam + Schmoove. Only in Paris could a lingerie chain with 24 branches and well-priced items be as stylish and sexy as the inimitable Princesse Tam Tam. Guys should look for the French shoe brand Schmoove, which makes super-hip, stripped-down versions of classic styles.
Where to Eat: Restaurant de Jean-François Piège. Haute French cuisine is having a comeback in Paris. A top example is the Michelin-starred Restaurant de Jean-François Piège, set in the hip Hôtel Thoumieux, a new property from hotelier Thierry Costes in the Seventh Arrondissement. There's no menu, just a list of five market-driven ingredients, from which you choose one, two, or three and the chef interprets your choice. Dinner for two $200. Read More
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Now through September 19, 2011
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Tour de France
Champs-Élysées (finish line)
October 2, 2011
All over the city
November 14-20, 2011
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