Hotel Eiffel Petit Louvre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel du Petit Louvre Eiffel Tower Paris
The accommodations were very nice and the staff was most helpful. Just a 10 minute walk to the Eiffel Tower. Streets lined with Boulangeries & street markets on Wednesdays. Directly across the street from Rue Dupleix Metro stop. A great location and we were very pleased.
We also had a room with the view of the Eiffel Tower.
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I absolutely love Paris it pulls at my heart strings when I am there.
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From the Arc D'triomphe to the Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower, Montmarte and the Sacre Couer.
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