Opened in 1861 and within a walking distance from the Louvre, the picturesque Hotel Britannique blends courteous English service with conservative French flourishes close to the banks of the River Seine. Situated in one of Paris’s most famous districts the 1st Arrondissement, the Hotel Britannique is an attraction for all types of guests. The Hotel Britannique will enchant you with its outstanding site in the center of the historical metropolis. Nestled on a peaceful street this amiable hotel favors the classic stylishness of inviting decor and top of the line comfort. A number of major attractions are within the vicinity for you to discover the city's wonders! You must know although the hotel is homey and small, this is not a boutique or designer hotel; however, it is so clean with its own charisma.
Before you set out to discover the city, a copious breakfast buffet is available to suit every craving. They serve tea, hot chocolate, coffee, fruits, fresh fruit juices, delicatessen meats, soft-boiled eggs, hot dishes (omelets and sausage), pastries, cheeses and an assortment of pieces of bread, butter and jam and Parisian baguettes. A great book, the daily newspaper or the undemanding pleasure of chatting – you will love to relax in the deep sofas, encircled by the ambiance of a pleasant and subdued English lounge with a lot of details to delight your eyes.
The attentive staff will cater to all of your requirements in a courteous manner, a smile and with the maximum professionalism. The hotel Britannique provides 24-hour concierge services in addition to dry laundry and cleaning service in 24 hours.
Take the astonishingly small elevator or the snaky staircase, to cozy but well-maintained rooms completed in a mix of nice-looking replica antiques and stylish drapery and bed linens, all blend in the color red. You will only realize that you are in the modern world via the Wi-Fi service and flat-screen TVs. The hotel has standard single and double rooms which are quite small, even per the standards of the city. Windows are double glazed, however, to be sure of maximum silence, and a beautiful view, go for the higher floors. Better still, a high street-facing room with a terrace. The conventional bathrooms are clean and stylish, and most of them are walk-in showers.
If you feel like venturing out for breakfast there are a plethora of bakeries and little hotels approximately a minute away. Set upon a reasonably quiet street in a typical commercial region close to River Seine, the htel’s location is its, according to most people, its greatest asset. Taking into consideration the Théatre du Châtelet, in a region that amalgamates old Paris with modern cafés and shops, you will have lots of sightseeing and facilities right at your doorstep. Some of the sights include Ile de la Cité, Notre Dame, the Tour Saint-Jacques (with a surprising scenic view if you can manage the 300 steps), Saint-Germain, the Marais, Palais Royal Louvre and the Les Halles all at your disposal.