When it comes to eating out in Paris,
if you want a touch of luxury at a haute cuisine restaurant, then The Grande Cascade,
which was originally the private pavilion of Napoleon III is a great choice in this
area. However, if you would rather go to an up market bistro,
owned by the Michelin star chef Guy Savoy, then La Butte Chaillot
will provide a meal to remember without breaking the bank.
The Hotel Facilities
You will be able to enjoy the lobby bar area where you can relax after a day of sight
seeing, plus there is also a multimedia lounge and a fully equipped meeting room.
The Hotel Duret offers a gourmet breakfast buffet is served between 7.15am and 10.30am and
includes an assortment of breads, cheeses and charcuterie, fresh fruits and juices, plus
of course the essential coffee to get the day kick started.
The Duret lounge bar will welcome you between the hours of 3pm and 11pm and features a
wide selection of Mariage Frères teas, hot drinks, or you can try one of the cocktails.
Hotel Room Facilities
Arranged over six floors, the Hotel Duret offers 2 suites and 25 air conditioned rooms
that are superbly decorated warm and spacious, each with high ceilings and stone bathrooms
with natural light.
All rooms are soundproofed and they have satellite TV, direct dial telephone, free high
speed internet access, a mini-bar, a safe, a hairdryer and electronic key card locks.
You can also specify if you require just a shower or a bath or a shower and bath combined.
Rates as of 2008: Double rooms from 230 and suites from 450.
Address & Contact Details:
Hotel Duret Paris
30 Rue Duret
Telephone: 1 45 00 42 60
Fax: 1 45 00 55 89