Le Fabe Hôtel



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Small but sturdy

A small district hotel with 17 bedrooms, put back in business by four young associates, the Hotel Fabe, opened in June 2008, is the proof that it is still possible to create pleasant, simple and totally contemporary hotel in Paris.

There is nothing extremely conceptual or exceedingly luxurious, but nevertheless it is a hotel which corresponds to today's design, without the help of any decorator, simply with the good practical sense and the good taste shared by the project's creators.

Finally, this gives a hotel without fuss, where one feels good, where the prices are reasonable and where the bedrooms are rather spacious.

The dominant colours are pistachio - chocolate for the common areas, and chocolate-vanilla for the bedrooms. Enlargements of photographs of flowers personalise every room and lend its name: Bonheur, Opium, Together or Primavera.

In terms of equipment, the bedrooms have everything one needs: free wireless, full mini-bar, flat screen television with TNT and some foreign channels, and of course air conditioning. The bathrooms are quite spacious and efficient, with a dispenser for toiletries.

The bedrooms come in two types: standard and superior. The main difference is in size and also in provisions: the superior rooms benefit from an espresso machine and an extra armchair. Concerning room size, with the exception of three bedrooms which are rather small, all the others are of a substantial size for Paris.

There are few communal areas, with the exception of the breakfast room on the ground floor, further on from the entrance, with its Plexiglas green tables.

Surprise, there is however a small gym (with two pieces of equipment nonetheless!) and a sauna, available in the basement, as well as a small lounge available for hire (for those who aren't claustrophobic).

A small corner building, typically Parisian and totally revamped, the Hotel Fabe is situated in a quiet road between Montparnasse and Alésia.

For those who don't know, this is a nicely popular area, an ethnic strand in full bourgeois bohemian revival. All of this mixes joyfully the length of the very pleasant rue Losserand, the first road parallel to the hotel's road, where one finds a typically Parisian life, with small restaurants, shops and even a boulangerie elected the best baguette in Paris. That is important!

A stone's throw away from the stations Pernety or Plaisance, and therefore from the southern tramway, the hotel's location could be useful place to stay during exhibitions at the porte de Versailles: avoid the masses of people and enjoy a Parisian quarter and its restaurants.

In terms of tourism, this will easily allow you to discover the Right Bank whilst staying in a lively area. In summary, a good deal.


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Le Fabe Hôtel

113 bis, rue de l’Ouest

Metro station : Pernety - Plaisance