If I had a one-day layover in Paris, I’d probably spend a few hours at the Musée du Louvre and then head to the Eiffel Tower for an elevator ride to the top.
Or I might just save my euros and visit the new Radisson Blu Le Dokhan’s Hotel, Paris Trocadéro and spend some time drinking champagne and riding the elevator there.
The boutique hotel is housed in a former private residence in the 16th arrondissement and was the site of Paris’ first champagne bar. They’ve still got a champagne bar on site – and they have an elevator made from a single, vintage Louis Vuitton wardrobe trunk believed to have belonged to the Dokhan family, who were the original owners of the private residence.
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A short layover at cdg airport !
How about a visit from a pretty little village near the airport ?
Roissy Village is located at 5 minutes from cdg airport
– have a lunch in one of our 25 restaurants
– make a stroll in the park
– rent a bike and discover the “vallée verte”
– enjoy the outdoor photo exhibition
– take a historical walking tour with the guided recording
Have a look on our website http://www.hotels-roissy-tourisme.com
we wish you a pleasant layover in Roissy en France
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