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Hôtel de la Bretonnerie
At a Glance
- typical Parisian character
- moderate prices
- free Wi-Fi access
- quality and size of the rooms vary greatly
- no air-conditioning
- rooms facing street can be noisy
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Hôtel de la Bretonnerie Review
In a 17th-century hôtel particulier (town house) on a side street in the Marais, this small hotel with exposed wooden beams and traditional styling sits a few minutes from the Centre Pompidou and the numerous bars and cafés of Rue Vieille du Temple. Choose either chambres classiques or chambres de charme; the latter are more spacious (and pricier), with more elaborate furnishings like Louis XIII–style four-poster canopy beds and marble bathtubs. Book a junior suite for the most space—the duplexes with separate sleeping and dining areas resemble little apartments. Ask for rooms facing interior courtyard for a quieter sleep. Overall, the establishment is impeccably kept by a welcoming staff. A classic French breakfast is served in the vaulted cellar.
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