Paris Boutik l’Epicerie
Are you looking for a cozy and romantic base to explore Paris?
We can give you the answer: Paris Boutik l’Epicerie.
A duplex suite located in the urban setting close to Gare de Lyon and Bastille.
Not just furnished like an apartment but also full of services, style and character like a hotel.
Moreover, the area is the best for food, coffee, boutique shopping and more.
Last but not least: you feel like being in an old grocery transformed into a cozy boutique hotel room. Beverages, bakery products, tea, coffee, canned goods, pasta, books and other tasty things. Everything on the walls or in the cupboards.
L’Epicerie is structured on two levels: the ground floor has a small kitchen with a sofa bed instead the room and the bathroom are on the floor below.
On the table in the living room you can find different advices for exploring Paris and eat like a Parisian person. Very nice idea!
What to see in Paris
Gare de Lyon is very close to l’Epicerie so you can explore the city easily.
Among the most known attractions, certainly you have already heard about Notre Dame de Paris, la Tour Eiffel, Avenue des Champs-Élysées and other more.
But there are instagrammable places in Paris.
For example, la Maison Rose in Montmartre. A winery frequented of artists of various generations and perfect for a lunch or a brunch.
Not far from here you will find le Consulat Café, a historic coffee house in this quarter.
Le Village Royal, a glamorous passageway in Paris with luxury shops, located near Madeleine.
Shakespeare and Company bookshop, in the city center. Probably the most famous bookstore in France.
The latin quarter is my favorite for searching the food at lunch or dinner: cosmopolitan cuisine with so many choices!
On the other side, Rue de L’Université is a pretty iconic place to shot the Tour Eiffel.
But also Trocadero is a must during the day and at night – you have to see the Eiffel Tower lit up!
The secret passage in Paris, a hidden spot in Paris with beautiful architecture.
Palais Royal: located a short walk from the Louvre, it has 17th-century arcades and iconic striped column.
Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole: close to Notre Dame, this petite café or restaurant is my new discover in Paris.
A city that never ceases to amaze me!
And this time, my stay in the French capital was unique thanks to Paris Boutik Hotel l’Epicerie.