Bel - Ami - Club Travel

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Welcome to Bel - Ami

Bel - Ami ##General The Bel-Ami opened in the year 2000 and quickly took its place at the forefront of the avant-garde hotel movement. Located a stone's throw from the famous Cafe de Flore and the Saint-Germain-des-Pres church, the original building's interior was completely restructured to enhance the space and facilitate movement around the hotel. Since its opening, the hotel has evolved and maintained its fresh image. The most recent renovations were completed in 2008 and included an extension that became the Bel-Ami Cafe is a wide space appearing like a loft. The day light falls upon this room reserved for generous breakfast served besides a copious buffet from 6 30 to 10 30am. A Wellness Centre called Espace Bien-Etre by Payot opened since 2005, offers body and skin care and her or for him. ##Location In the very heart of Paris St. Germain des Pres district, two steps away from the Cafe de Flore, Les Deux Magots, as well as the St Germain's church, lies the Bel Ami Hotel. ##Rooms Simple lines, natural materials, warm and greedy colours are present throughout the common property and 112 rooms, including 6 junior suites and suites. All rooms are quiet, equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV with videos on request, Mineral Water mini bar, in room safe and heated towel rail. ##Exterior This spirited district famous for jazz and literary cafes is the bastion of the new boutiques and museums of Paris. Without a doubt, Saint-Germain-des-Pres epitomises the Left Bank spirit literature, designers, music, museums, art house cinema, shops, art galleries, picturesque courtyards, traditional buildings and restaurants. A lively district where modern innovation sits beside casual chic. Have a coffee at the Deux Magots, finish a book at the Cafe de Flore, and then have lunch at Brasserie Lipp.The hotel Bel-Ami is nestled in the heart of this creative and vibrant quarter of Paris. ##Lobby With its spacious, contemporary, trendy and relaxing areas, the Bel Ami hotel gives priority to a spirit of laid back but chic comfort, very modern minimalism and fluidity of the flow. ##Restaurant Opening out onto the rue Saint Benoit, the bright and airy Bel Ami Cafe is reminiscent of a large family kitchen, complete with cupboards and fridges just like at home. Guests can help themselves to a hearty breakfast at the large buffet table with its vast selection of breakfast choices on offer. Room Service can also deliver Parisian or Continental breakfast in room until 12 noon. The B.A Bar is a harmony of warm colours, fabrics and zappy designs - mosaic tables tops, contemporary leather armchairs and stripy bench sofas in reds, oranges & purples - the layout & flexibility of the seating gives options for intimacy or larger parties. The glass roof provides natural daylight and the hanging lamps adapt to the mood and the time of day. The bar extends to a second living room with its own flat screen tv which can be privatised for special occassions for up to 12 people. The bar is open daily from 10h30 to midnight serving breakfast, snacks, cocktails & also a whiskey, wine and Champagne menu. Homage to Guy de Maupassant, selection of Calvados, Ciders and pear spirits. The hotel offers purple shades and warm tonalities. Adjoining to the bar stands an intimate lounge with flat screen which can be privatized for up to 12 seated persons.


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