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New "hotel de charme" in Paris: the Hotel des Tuileries

New "hotel de charme" in Paris: the Hotel des Tuileries

Jun 1st, 2004, 05:07 AM
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HI
I'm one who has posted about a Hotel des Tuileries in the past, with its excruciatingly small rooms, corridors, and bathrooms, although wonderful location. But the one I'm familiar with has/had an address on
rue Hyacinthe. Same area, but different hotel?
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Jun 1st, 2004, 06:54 AM
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I realize I'm the outsider here in the desire for big rooms in Paris, but, I love the idea of the history those walls saw!? I could stay there even if the room were tiny. I'm not visiting Paris to be in my room.
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Jun 1st, 2004, 07:15 AM
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No, you're not an outsider; I share your preference for good-sized rooms and am uncomfortable when we get one that is not. I like--need--a room with space for relaxing, not just sleeping.
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Jun 1st, 2004, 08:32 AM
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The Au Relais St. Honore seems overpriced. The rates they are quoting are not worth it in my opinion. Their most expensive room, the large suite is 320 euros (only 25 sq.m.). The regular suite is 17 sq. m. and is 280 euros. And the standard double room is only 12 sq. m. at 190 euros. Continental breakfast is not included and costs 12 euros and only served in the bedroom.
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