Chic and affordable boutique hotel that's centrally located
Close to the restaurants, shops, and top sights
Within a five-minute walk of four metro stops
Stylish guest rooms with designer details
All units have flat-screen TVs and minibars with free beverages
Bathrooms have shower/tub combos and high-end Omnisens Paris products
Free hot buffet breakfast with French pastries and cheeses
Free drinks and snacks in the afternoon
Elevator, luggage storage, and laundry
Free Wi-Fi throughout
Guest rooms lack kettles
No on-site parking
The three-pearl Hotel Acadia – Astotel is a stylish, affordable boutique hotel located in Paris's 9th Arrondissement. The lobby lounge is a sleek space mod furniture and bright pops of color, and the hotel's 36 guest rooms have chic decor and designer details. All units have floor-to-ceiling windows, flat-screen TVs, minibars with free nonalcoholic beverages, and safes, but they lack kettles Bathrooms aren't as attractive, but there are shower/tub combos and a generous supply of high-end Omnisens Paris bath products. Ample freebies include a hot buffet drinks and snacks in the afternoon, and Wi-Fi throughout. Travelers who want a room with Eiffel Tower views can check out Hotel Le Chat Noir in Montmartre.
Stylish boutique hotel in a classic Haussmann building for business and leisure travelers
Hotel Acadia is situated on a typical street, housed in a classic five-story Haussmann building. The sleek lobby lounge has bright, designer-inspired furniture with midcentury touches. Guests have a cozy place to mingle, with has Eames-style Eiffel Chairs pulled up to a high-gloss, and low seating next to colorful, round Plexiglass coffee tables. A bright red Smeg fridge gives the space and upscale vibe. This small local chain with a boutique-style atmosphere is a refreshing alternative to the cookie cutter chains, and attracts both business and leisure travelers alike.
In the 9th Arrondissement, within walking distance of restaurants, sights, and the metro
Set on a quiet side street in Paris's 9th Arrondissement, Hotel Acadia's location is handy for travelers arriving at the Eurostar terminal at nearby Gare du Nord, which is a 15-minute walk from the hotel. Also, four metro stops are within a five-minute walk of the property. There are nearly endless options for dining, with restaurants, cafes, and bars surrounding the property, and there's a small Franprix grocery store across the street from the hotel. Some of the city's best shopping along the Grande Boulevards, including Galeries Lafayette and Printemps department stores, are about 15 minutes away on foot.
15 minutes to the Louvre Museum via metro
22 minutes to Centre Georges Pompidou via metro
23 minutes to Sacré-Cœur Basilica via metro
23 minutes to the Champs-Élysées via metro
23 minutes to the Arc de Triomphe via metro
25 minutes to Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral via metro
Minimalist-chic with designer details, plus flat-screen TVs and minibars, but no kettles
Guest rooms at Hotel Acadia – Astotel are minimalist-chic, with accents to make spaces feel warm and inviting. Platform beds don white sheets and throw pillows in bold hues, such as cobalt blue and canary yellow. There are attractive mirrored desks, or simple, midcentury wood styles, both with Eames-inspired Eiffel Chairs. Carpeting is a rich chocolate-brown with a smart, floral motif, and there are eye-catching striped drapes on floor-to-ceiling windows. Standard amenities include air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, minibars refilled daily with free juice, soft drinks, and water, plus safes, and free Wi-Fi, but rooms lack kettles. Bathrooms aren't as stylish, and some have old tube hairdryers, but they contain shower/tub combos with removable showerheads, wide vanities, and high-end Omnisens Paris toiletries.
With only 161 square feet of floor space, the Standard Rooms can be a bit of a tight squeeze. At 280 square feet, the Apartments are more spacious, but are really only two interconnected rooms -- one with a sofa bed.
Lots of freebies, including breakfast, afternoon snacks, and Wi-Fi, but no on-site parking
This hotel doesn't offer a ton of amenities -- but there are ample freebies, including a hot buffet breakfast served in a bright and colorful breakfast room. Eggs, French pastries, cheeses, and meats are on offer, and special diets can be catered to upon request. The hotel also serves nonalcoholic beverages, snacks, and fruit in the lobby every afternoon at no extra charge, plus guest are invited to take advantage of this perk at the chain's other hotels across the city.
Other amenities include free Wi-Fi throughout and luggage storage, and laundry services are available for a fee. The hotel has an elevator, too, but there's no on-site parking.
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