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Paris hotel help

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Need a hotel for Friday - Saturday night in September. Here is hopefully enough info to help you to help me:

1) Arriving on Eurostar at Gare du Nord.

2) Will mainly be dining at two swish restaurants, one in Place des Vosges and the other near the Arc de Triomphe. Would be nice to stay close to one of these two landmarks so we can just walk to one restaurant and cab to the other. So bonus for being close to one of these.

3) Nice to just take the Metro from the train station to the hotel area as we'll have just one light bag. Not essential though, we can catch a cab or change lines on the Metro. But a plus if it's on a main Metro line from the station.

4) Price say < 300 euros, but we can go higher if need be for a quality hotel. Quiet room a must. Bigger room better than a tiny one. Large hotel, small hotel ... not that important but at least large enough to have a concierge who can help us get into one of these restaurants that only accepts phone reservations.

We've been to Paris a few times before (5? 6?) and know our way around the various museums etc, so the main thing for this trip is just having a comfortable room that's hopefully near one of these restaurants.

I think that about covers it. Thanks for any help.

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