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Le 123 Hôtel
At a Glance
- chic decor
- near luxury shopping
- hotel bar open daily
- service can be impolite
- no on-site restaurant
- some rooms quite small for the price
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Le 123 Hôtel Review
Italian marble, exposed brick, rough concrete, and sleek wood mix with leather, feathers, Swarovski crystals, and fiber-optic fairy lights to give this boutique hotel a genuinely eclectic atmosphere. Fabrics and framed prints evoke the couture culture of the posh Faubourg St-Honoré, while bathrooms feature retro wall coverings and closets have satin fringe curtains. Conveniently located across from the métro station, the 123 gets extra points for being in walking distance to major sights and shopping. Rooms have nice touches like free Wi-Fi, iPod docking stations, and upscale linens. The service can be inconsistent, but the polished rooms and lovely bathrooms will put you in a prime location without exhorbitant prices.
- Address: 123 rue du Faubourg St-Honoré, 8e Champs-Élysées, Paris, 75008 | Map It
- Phone: 01–53–89–01–23
- Website: www.astotel.com/hotel-le123-elysees-paris.php
- Metro Saint-Philippe du Roule, Franklin Roosevelt.
- Location: Champs-Élysées
- 41 rooms.
- Rate includes breakfast.
- Credit cards accepted.
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