Hotel address88 Bis Avenue Kleber
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- Tel. (+33)1/44345454
- Fax. (+33)1/44345444
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Hotel Baltimore Paris Champs-Elysées - MGallery Collection - hotel description
Hotel code: 2789
The Baltimore Paris Hotel is located in the most beautiful area of Paris, near to the Champs-Élysées, the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. This elegant building was transformed into a luxury hotel in the 1920s and took the name of its famous first guest, Lord Baltimore. The distinctly Parisian charm of this hotel is ideal for experiencing the French way of life with its Champagne bar, fine dining, library and fitness center. (The hotel is a member of the MGallery collection).
Extras of this hotel
La Table du Baltimore: Come and enjoy delicious blends of flavors and market produce picked by the Chef, Jean-Philippe Perol and take a trip through French and foreign vineyards thanks to the Sommelier Jean-Luc Jamrozik.
Message from the hotel manager
Mr Franck PONCEY, the manager of the Hotel Baltimore Paris Champs-Elysées - MGallery Collection hotel, would like to welcome you.
Located on Avenue Kléber, the Baltimore is in the heart of the Parisian Golden Triangle. Turn the right outside the hotel and walk 437 yd. to discover the mythical and lively Avenue des Champs-Elysées and the famous and luxurious Avenue Montaigne. Onyour left, about one hundred steps away you can take a memorable photo of the Eiffel Tower. Then cross the Trocadero gardens and reach the banks of the Seine for a stroll, or go for a cruise on the Bateaux-Mouches.
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Hotel classifications (1 to 5 stars for France) correspond to criteria laid down by local regulations.