InterContinental Paris Le Grand
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Paris Le Grand
How could you possibly go wrong with this hotel choice? It is outrageously expensive... and it is for a good reason-- this place is incredible. The huge beds, multiple pillows (which are for some reason hard to come by in Europe), water-fall style shower, beautiful lobby, and the greatest breakfast known to man (at a 41 euro extra... but hey, when you are already paying so much...) all made this hotel live up to every penny. Location is fantastic as well. There really is no downside to this place... just make sure you budget this into your travels, because this hotel cost more per night than most of my flights!!
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