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Visitors to Paris can find a combination of comfort and convenience at Hôtel Novanox. This Parisian establishment is near to numerous great restaurants and the splendid Luxembourg gardens, not to mention the on-site bar and free Wi-Fi within. The other world class attractions of Paris, from the Arc de Triomphe to the Louvre, await those staying at the day rooms.
- Dining Opportunities – Italian cuisine is cooked up at the nearby Terra Mia, with traditional classics coming with great service. Of course, many day visitors will be keen on French fare, and this can be had at Wadja, which has a variety of dishes followed by delightfully decadent desserts, or Le Bistrot des Campagnes. There are also vegans options, the most obvious being Sweet Rawmance - Pâtisserie/ Restaurant Raw & Vegan which has not only food to suit a vegan diet but very helpful staff as well.
- Luxembourg Gardens – Just a short walk north of the hourly rooms are the Luxembourg Gardens (also known as Jardins du Luxembourg), a gorgeous park dating back to the 17th century. Today it’s still a stunningly beautiful place, with formal gardens and numerous statues (American visitors in particular may enjoy a photo beside the Statue of Liberty).
- The Louvre – Perhaps the most famous art museum in the world, this global icon of human creativity is a must see for those with even the faintest interest in artwork. Whilst many simply pop in to see the Mona Lisa, that’s merely the tip of a cultural iceberg. There’s also fantastic sculptures, not least the Venus de Milo, paintings from the likes of Rembrandt, and much, much more.
- Echoes of Rome – Classical history fans can find echoes of the Roman Empire in architectural landmarks created as odes to the glory of Rome. The Pantheon has soaring columns and classical style, but dates to the 18th century. Meanwhile, the Arc de Triomphe, inspired by the glories of Rome, was commissioned by Napoleon and today the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier lies beneath its vault
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