Hôtel Baudy Review
Back in Monet's day, this pretty-in-pink villa was the favorite hotel of the American painters' colony. Today it remains one of the most charming spots in the Ile-de-France—despite the busloads of tour groups that pull in (luckily they’re channeled upstairs). Renovated to appear as it did in Monet's time, the dining room is stage-set rustic; and there’s an extraordinarily pretty rose garden out back with embowered paths that lead to the studio Cézanne once used. The surroundings retain more historic charm than the simple cuisine (mainly salads large enough to count as a main course in their own right, or straightforward dishes like an omelette or gigot d'agneau), but a decent three-course prix-fixe menu is available at lunch and dinner.
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