Paris 16th district hotels such as the sophisticated Hotel Sezz are ideal for exploring this elegant part of Paris. From Rue de Passy to the Bois de Boulogne there is much to appeal to all ages, and a stay at the stylish and inviting Hotel Sezz affords you the perfect chance to discover hidden treasures and attractions.
Paris 16th district hotels allow you to discover another facet of the city
The Hotel Sezz is a beautifully designed boutique hotel, and enjoys a quiet and refined location in the 16th district of Paris. With its leafy avenues and beautiful 19th century buildings the 16th arrondissement or ‘le 16e’ is one of the most upmarket parts of Paris, and is known as an area of wealth and glamour.
Home to several embassies, the area is also popular with visitors who flock to the museums including Palais de Tokyo, a magnificent space dedicated to contemporary art and culture. Musée Baccarat is a must for lovers of beautiful crystal, while Musée Marmottan Monet is essential for fans of the impressionist painters.
Sports lovers will be in heaven in ‘le 16e’. Football fans may be lucky to catch Paris Saint-Germain playing at home at Parc des Princes, while the famous Roland Garros Stadium, home to the French Open tennis tournament, is an excellent choice for a day out.
Take a stroll in the Bois de Boulogne, the city’s second largest park, or wander the stylish streets of Passy and browse the chic boutiques on Rue de Passy. Younger guests may enjoy a visit to the Zoo, while Radio France and its amazing museum is sure to appeal to dad.
Hotel Sezz, the most elegant of Paris 16th district hotels
Beautifully designed throughout, the Hotel Sezz is a magical space where your comfort and well-being are paramount and a fitting choice for a visit to the 16th district. An inspired blend of contemporary design and modern technology, you’ll enjoy relaxing in style in magnificent rooms and making the most of a range of exceptional facilities at Hotel Sezz.
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