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This freshly-opened four-star hotel in the 14th comes with close to a thousand rooms and a mesmerising view over Paris. Equally suited to work or play, treats include a destination cocktail bar on the 32nd floor, a Californian restaurant specialising in creative burgers and a lively neighbourhood offering plenty to see and do.

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This is a busy neighbourhood attracting 60 million commuters a year with plenty of shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. The skyline is dominated by the skyscraping Tour Montparnasse built in 1973, a year after this hotel block was completed. For a superlative view over Paris, visit the observation deck of Tour Montparnasse, then stroll through Cimitière du Montparnasse, the final resting place of many French luminaries, including Simone de Beauvoir and President Chirac. A 20-minute walk gets you to Saint-Germain and Jardin du Luxembourg.

By plane: Flights from London or Manchester to Paris Charles De Gaulle take 1 hour 15 minutes and the hotel is 50 minutes' drive away. Book flights to Paris.

By train: Eurostar from London to Paris Gare du Nord takes 2 hours 20 minutes and the hotel is 40 minutes' drive away. Book trains to Paris Gare du Nord.

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Pullman hotels strive to feel connected with the modern world and this huge and towering flagship property, which opened in 2021, feels like a switched-on, fully-equipped, high-rise island. It works equally well whether you're here to attack or retreat from the city, and the fantastic views are a delightful bonus.


Friendly uniformed hosts with tablets greet arrivals on the ground floor to determine your needs. From here, an escalator leads up to a large, energised lobby that serves as a multi-purpose space with freestanding reception desks, workstations and a café/bar. The staff are eager to please but in such a large property it can take a while for housekeeping to clean your room.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Fitness centre
  • Free Wi-Fi


The rooms, suites and apartments are spread over the eighth to 32nd floors and come in 13 categories. Interiors are calm with notes of walnut and yellow enlivening the grey walls, drapes and carpet. Compact, granite-tiled bathrooms have a walk-in shower and mirrored door.

Room types: Classic Room, Deluxe Room, Deluxe Premium Room, Executive Deluxe Room, Family Room, Deluxe Suite, Apartment

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with C O Bigelow toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, TV, coffee-making facilities, free Wi-Fi


On the 32nd floor, the evenings-only Skybar is a star attraction with its designer cocktails, DJ nights and views over the twinkling city - you can't reserve so expect to wait at weekends. Brightly-lit Umami Burger, on the second floor, hails from Los Angeles and serves elaborate burgers to a backdrop of Japanese street art.

Umami Burger: American burgers and fries. All-day menu, open daily. Burgers from €15.

Fi'lia: Art Déco style restaurant, open kitchen. Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. Open Tue-Sat. Mains from €24.

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