Aston Hotel Paris
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAston Hotel Paris
I thought it was very big and cozy and all of the people were very nice. It was one of the best Hotel's I have been in this holiday.
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This morning I saw a few people from the tour at breakfast and it was great to say a final goodbye to them. I found my new hotel, picked up my Paris Pass and went exploring. I visited Saint Chapelle which was absolutely beautiful and very grateful for Sally to mentioning it to me. The windows are amazing and well worth the visit. Next I went to …
... bucket list. And we had some gorgeous afternoon sun shining thru the glass - I imagine at high noon, it wouldn't have the same effect.
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... pieces of art to visit and then to take in all that we saw along the way to those sites. We experienced so many other beautiful and amazing pieces of art as we searched for the Venus de Milo and the Mona Lisa. Several full days may still not be enough time to really study and take in all the the Louvre has to offer. After about three hours, we headed bak up into the sunlight and started a long walk along the Seine toward Notre Dame. The streets of Paris near ...
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