Welcome to our weekly video review on hotel suites and rooms around the world! This week’s edition features the Junior Suite View, a 35 sq.m. open plan suite at Hôtel du Louvre (part of Hyatt Unbound Collection Hotels) in Paris, France.
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The Hôtel du Louvre was built back in 1855 (then known as the Grand Hotel du Louvre). It was the first luxury hotel in France and was originally located in the building right across of its current location at the Place André Malraux, enjoying a prime position with the four facades offering outlooks such as the Palais du Louvre or the Opera Garnier. The property has always had a reputation as a hotel of character and it has attracted many distinguished guests of social, political and artistic importance throughout the years. Their Distinguished Guests lists includes names such as French impressionist painter Camille Pissarro who portraited Paris as he saw it from his room’s window, or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who featured this property in many of his Sherlock Holmes novels.
These bright 35-square-meter (375 sq ft) junior suites offer a generous king-bed room leading to a large seating area with sofa bed, as well as unique views over iconic Parisian monuments.
Lovely room, and decent size by Paris center standards! Steps away from the Musee du Louvre and other major city attractions, the location is hard to beat. This property is a Category 6 on World of Hyatt, with base rooms available for 25,000 points/450€ (or more) per night. The Junior Suite can be booked on cash and points for 20,000 points + 340€ per night.