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Hotel du Danube

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"Quiet and charming hotel of antiques and large rooms in good position"

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Hotel du Danube

This very popular three-star is in a great left bank position and attracts repeat guests in droves, who often ask for the same room. It's that sort of hotel - rooms come in various flavours, each with their own aspect and collection of antique or individual furnishings and a variety of fabrics. What's special about this place is, first, the family welcome, and second, the relatively spacious rooms for this part of Paris. The superior twins and streetside doubles are especially large, twice as large as the smaller standards, with two windows to give them plenty of light. Wallpapers are bright and patterned. The Danube is particularly popular during fashion week.

Lower rooms are best, especially in high summer, as the hotel has no a/c, as the higher up, the lower the ceilings. However, this is not a problem most of the year. The three double courtside rooms are the smallest - opt for the streetside for size. All the superiors have lovely old antiques.

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