Hotel Palm - Paris 3 star hotel
With 38 rooms this 3 Star hotel run by Astotel, means you can benefit from free soft drinks with the Open Bar concept, it is suitable for the disabled, family friendly, has free WiFi, laundry service, courtesy tray within the rooms and much more for a comfortable holiday in Paris.
About Hotel Palm
Located in the 9th Arrondissement, the Hotel Palm was designed by Aurelie Sahuque and Sophie Hanniet, who are two young interior designers that decided to bring together an unusual style of 1950s and 1960s retro aspects with an air of Palm Springs and vintage pop.
A playful, yet trendy 3 Star hotel in Paris that has bright colours contrasting with a more contemporary style and original building elements, always with references to California and palm trees, like different pictures on the walls.
Living plants are also dotted around such as in the lobby and lounge area for a completely different hotel experience and this is an area where you can relax with a magazine, browse through tourist information or one of the daily International newspapers, in addition to the free WiFi for those of you with your own laptop or internet ready device.
Now when it comes to services at the Hotel Palm, you will find a 24 hour reception and friendly multilingual staff able to help you get the most out of your stay, whether it be providing advice on events taking place, helping with ticket bookings or restaurant reservations and much more.
There is a luggage room for those of you arriving early or leaving later than room checkout times, plus there is a laundry service operated by an outside company, with an iron and ironing board available upon request.
The Hotel Palm has a dedicated breakfast room where you can enjoy a sumptuous buffet breakfast full of delights such as cereals, yoghurts, fresh breads and pastries with accompaniments, fresh fruit, cold cuts like Palma ham, a cheese selection such as Brie and Camembert, plus hot beverages and fresh fruit juice.
Breakfast is served between 7am and 10:30am or up to 11am on weekends, although you can request room service for a continental style breakfast if you prefer. In addition, being that this is one of the family friendly hotels in Paris, there are high chairs available along with a dedicated area for children in the breakfast area, which has a play kitchen and more.
Because this is an Astotel Hotel, you can also take advantage of the Open Bar concept, where you will find a mini bar with soft drinks along with sweet and savoury treats available every afternoon completely free of charge in the lobby come lounge area. Also, even if you are visiting the city sights you can still take advantage of this at any of the other Astotel Hotels in Paris, along with other benefits if you book directly with them.
Rooms at the Hotel Palm
There are a total of 38 rooms at the Hotel Palm, all accessible via a lift and you can choose from singles, twins and double rooms along with family rooms that are a double and a single connecting to each other, both with their own bathrooms, etc.
Each room at this 3 Star hotel in Paris comes with an en suite, either with a bath or shower along with a hairdryer and complementary toiletries, plus there is a desk with lamp, direct dial telephone, flat screen TV with Satellite channels, courtesy tray for tea and coffee, mini bar with free soft drinks, free WiFi and a personal safe.
A baby cot is also available upon request and if you book directly with the hotel you can enjoy complimentary breakfast plus children under the age of two can accompany you completely free of charge, not forgetting that the Hotel Palm is also accessible for those with reduced mobility.
Access to the Hotel Palm
When it comes to reaching the Hotel Palm via public transport in Paris, you will find that the easiest Metro station to get to is the Notre-Dame-de-Lorette stop serving line 12, yet as the crow flies, the nearest is the Cadet stop serving line 7, although in an easterly direction you have the Poissonniere stop also serving line 7.
Alternatively you could catch a bus, and you will find that the Paris bus lines 26, 43, 45 and 85 are the closest to this 3 Star hotel, yet others within easy walking distance are the bus lines 32, 39, 40 that took over from the Montmartrobus, and 74.
Whereas the nearest train station is Gare du Nord, which serves the RER B and D lines, the Transilien train lines H and K, in addition to being a Metro station for lines 4 and 5 as well as being the station you would need to get to for the Eurostar high speed train.