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Régent-Petite France

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • beautiful rooms
  • ideal location
  • great service
  • no skimping on the amenities—the beds and the bathrooms are divine

    Cons

  • disappointing breakfast
  • restaurant closed Sunday and Monday

Régent-Petite France Review

Surrounded by canals in the heart of the quaint La Petite France quarter, this centuries-old former ice factory—replete with noble pediment and mansard roofs—has been transformed into a boldly modern luxury hotel, where Philippe Starck–inspired sculptural room furnishings contrast sharply with the half-timber houses and roaring river viewed from nearly every window. The prefered choice of Catherine Deneuve, Jacques Chirac, and Sting (to name a few) welcomes you with a spacious marble vestibule, vivid graffiti art, and Le Pont Tournant: an eye-popping modernistic restaurant done up in white, pinks, and reds (enjoy its summer tables over the torrent).

    Hotel Details

  • 55 rooms, 17 suites.
  • Rate includes some meals.
Updated: 02-20-2013

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