We can be a real Parisian… and like to escape in our own town. This is how Geraldine, from the Happy City blog, discovers Paris again, at the Flanelles. Her need to take time for herself finds an answer that she qualifies as “relaxing”. This is the best compliment we could receive. Offering you the luxury of resting in a comfortable atmosphere. Admittedly we invite you to walk and walk again to give you the
This is the spirit of the Flanelles: inviting you to relax and taking good time. When everything is on hand, it is easier to stay open-minded to Parisian strolls, here at your feet. As Jesus Terres – Journalist for the Spanish CondeNast Traveller, maybe would you enjoy the services offered by the Flanelles. Those who make of your stay a very relaxing break. Unbridled walks are yours from the rue Brey. Those
It’s a question of style: Flanelles hotel’s decoration revisits classic parisian wardrobe. At Flanelles, the sailor print dresses up rooms elegantly. Quirky stripes for a new wave spirit… This style’s detail may remind of a certain Jean Seberg walking down the close Champs-Elysees pavement, unless it is an echo of the enfant terrible of fashion –Jean-Paul Gaultier- claiming that sailor shirts never get out of style.
If there is an iconic place for club sandwich, it would be an hotel. In the blink of an eye, Flanelles Hotel made it his specialty, delivered to your room if you whish so… Rather classic or with a twist? Excite your taste buds, here ham is the king (of Paris) and salmon mingles with honey mustard sauce. For the veggies, fruits and vegetables couple up for a sweet and sour refreshing snack. For a
In about twenty minutes by foot, between Hausmannian facades and beautiful avenues, you will walk to a private mansion that is well worth a visit. At the edge of parc Monceau, this impressive house belonging to Earl and banker Nissim de Camondo features every innovation and modern comfort of the early twentieth century while paying tribute to the XVIII century’s splendor. Its uniqueness stands out in every room, from the collector’s library to the immaculate
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