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Why Stay At Hotel Regina
Paris visitors with a taste for the finer things flock to the Hotel Regina for its proximity to French culture (the Louvre; the Tuileries) and commerce (Lanvin; Chanel).
The historic Hôtel Regina opened for the 1900 World's Fair in a building constructed on the royal riding stables of the Louvre Palace. The 30 suites and 90 guest rooms at this Belle Epoque landmark feature sumptuous tapestries, period furniture, and modern amenities, such as flat-screen televisions, wireless Internet, and room service. Guests can dine or meet for cocktails at the English pub-inspired bar and lounge. Plus, a concierge desk that's open 24/7 helps you make the most of your stay.
On fair-weather Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in the spring and summer, the property's English-style Courtyard Garden becomes an outdoor piano bar.
Ask the concierge for a museum pass ($52 for two days) that provides admission to the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe, and other landmarks and museums.
Arrive at Paris Charles De Gaulle International Airport (CDG) which is approximately 19 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 30 and 45 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.2, place des Pyramides, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Sights + Shopping nearby
- Business Center
- 24-hour Concierge Desk
- Air Conditioning
- In-Room Thermostat
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Flat screen TVs
- Satellite TV
- Radio Alarm Clocks
- In-room Safes
- Hair Dryers
- 220 V Converters
- Outdoor Dining
- Bar + Lounge
- In-Room Dining
- Maximum occupancy is 2 people
- Hotel taxes
Why We Love Paris
History suffuses the cobblestoned streets of the City of Light. Steps from the entrance to the Regina, Places des Pyramides is named for one of Napoleon's victories in Egypt, and the gold statue of Joan of Arc at its center commemorates the saint's doomed crusade.
Admission from $23.50.
Best Outdoor Excursion: Open to the public since 1667, the historic Tuileries Gardens more than ever resemble their 16th-century origins (when they were privately owned by Catherine de Medici) thanks to the work of French landscape architects, who have been restoring the space since 2000.
Where to Eat: Cap off a day at the Louvre with Café Marly's Nouvelle French fare. The tartare de beouf is rivaled only by the views of the museum's iconic glass pyramid.
93 Rue de Rivoli
Dinner for two from $44.
Where to Drink: Kick back on a leather couch at the Sir Winston Bar, a classic English pub with dark wood, oil paintings, and a buzzing subterranean dance floor.
5 Rue De Presbourg.
Drinks for two from $29.
Why Go Now
June 4 - 9, 2013
A journey of design in the City of Light. See the the latest creations in furniture, interior design, textiles, lighting or objects, and establish Paris as the design capital.
Lafayette Maison, 35, boulevard Haussmann.
June 8 - 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.