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TravelPod Member ReviewsL'Empire Paris
If first impressions are an indication of quality then L'Empire is as good as it gets. The warmth with which they greeted my elderly mother Doreen, abroad for the first time, was quite simply lovely. Thanks for that tout le monde a L'Empire
The rooms are good too, especially if you like modern decorative styles which we do. And, as they upgraded our room to a deluxe with terrace, our stay got even better.
It's also worth mentioning that one of our party was using the adapted room for disabled people and that was just as well appointed you could hope with all the space and additional facilities you'd want from such provision.
Better still it's very near to some of the main attractions on the Paris tourist trail: the Louvre, Notre Dame, Pont Neuf, Tuileries so great for the weekend breaker.
Overall L'Empire is everything you could want in a city centre tourist hotel and if you include the unique 'hairy' slippers and lovely continental breakfast then you can't really go wrong.
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So here we go on Doreen's first foray abroad. Doreen is my Mum and in all her seventy five years she has never been to foreign climes. This was something we wanted to change. Given her mobility issues we decided, after much debate, to take her on a trip to Paris, the much-celebrated city of lights. And so she's on the way, traveling with Carolyn, …
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