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Hotel Le A

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Cool designer hotel in a great area of town, ideal for romantic weekends in style, and close to the design boutiques of the Faubourg St Honore. The staff are black-clad, and colours change in the elevator (not theirs, unless you start removing yours...) The public decor is by way of a large mural in reception and stylized graffiti on the walls. There's an interesting library of art books.

Hotel website: http://www.paris-hotel-a.com

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Written by  James Dunford Wood.

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Hotel Le A

The name of this hotel, <b>Hotel Le A</b>, sets the tone of what to expect - as the hotel literature helpfully points out, A is the first letter of the alphabet, the hotel is in <b>rue Artois</b>, and there are 26 rooms. Geddit? More pertinently, we feel, the way the A is written, chinese-caligraphic style, resembles the Eiffel Tower; though this is nowhere particularly near. <BR><BR>

The <b>Hotel Le A</b> is certainly a '<b>design</b>' or 'concept' hotel in a real sense, opened in 2003. It draws the English-in-the-know at weekends, designers in the week, as well as Russians, for its proximity to the design boutiques of the <b>Faubourg St Honore</b>. The staff are black-clad, and colours change in the elevator (not theirs, unless you start removing yours). The public decor is by way of a large mural in reception and stylized graffiti on the walls. There's an interesting library of art books.

<b>The rooms</b>

Upstairs, the rooms are on the small side, unless you opt for a junior suite or get one of the 03s, which are slightly larger. But there's a predomominence of white - with black and grey/green, so they don't feel cramped. All the light fittings, furniture and even vases are uniquely chosen for the hotel, and the floors are striped. There can be some noise at weekends from the neighbouring disco, so choose courtside rooms to be sure of calm.

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