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La Tremoille: The Jewel of Paris

Posted: Jul. 24th, 2008  |  By JustLuxe Team
Luxury Hotels: The triangular facade of La Tremoille is nothing short of breathtaking. Re-designed by Richard Martinet (known for re-decorating the Pershing Hall and Four Seasons George V), it exudes an air of renaissance. Seen form afar, La Tremoille resembles a bright jewel studding the busy rues of Paris. The great wrought-iron work on the balconies and brilliant illumination easily gives rise to this impression.

Everything about La Tremoille spells comfort. All the 93 rooms and suites in the hotel boast of state-of-the-art technology. There is individually-managed air-conditioning available in each room. There is also high-speed Internet access, cable TV in the 16/9 cinema format, DVD players, etc.

The luxury is unmatched, right from the soft mohair curtains to the deeply cushioned armchairs. Each room at La Tremoille is decorated in colors suggestive of warmth and intimacy. Tawny, gray, brown and white form the dominant themes. The material comprising carefully chosen soft furs, smooth silks, and mohair, too hints at luxury and comfort non-pareil. There exist at least 31 varieties of color themes.

The room service at La Tremoille is available 24 hours. Among its truly unique features is the "hatch service." What this means is that a "hatch" is connected to the room. This allows the hotel staff to deliver food and laundry without disturbing or annoying the guests. There are those who may not want the hatch service and may take advantage of the hotel's classic room service instead.

While the food at La Tremoille may be sampled individually inside the suite or room, a lot of guests like to saunter down to Louis' Restaurant and Bar. A tribute to La Tremoille's cozy atmosphere, the bar is ideal for a quick snack or a more leisurely meal. For the fitness conscious there is an in-house gym equipped with up-to-the-minute technology, right from the cardio-training room to the sauna and massage equipment. The cardio-training room, for instance, has a plasma screen that will update you with the latest news or music or a greatly engrossing movie.

Business persons need not fret for a separate room at La Tremoille which contains two large meeting rooms equipped with state-of-the-art technology and equipment.

This jewel of a hospitality center truly has a lot to offer.

Location:
The location of La Tremoille is convenient in the extreme. Located in, what is known as, the "Golden Triangle," it is bounded in by the Camps Elysees, Avenue George V, and Avenue Montaigne. Not too far away is the La Defense Business District along with the Palais des Congres.

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