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A Paris Bastille hotel is a magical place

A Paris Bastille hotel is a magical place

Categories : Hotel, published on : 4/2/17

Paris Bastille hotel enables travellers to celebrate one of the most important moments in French history. Bastille Day commemorates the start of the overthrow of the monarchy after the Bastille prison was stormed by crowds on the 14th July 1789. Bastille Day is celebrated by French citizens around the world in honour of their independence. So, what can be explored by staying in the Hotel Marais Bastille, a Paris Bastille hotel? Are there any monuments to celebrate the French Revolution? How easy is it to travel to where the Bastille prison once stood? 

Paris Bastille hotel, conveniently located

By choosing a hotel which is near the Place de la Bastille, it won't take long to visit this wonderful attraction. There are hardly any remains of the former prison apart from some of its foundations which are now situated elsewhere. The July Column stands in the middle of the Place de la Bastille and the Bastille Opera is there too.

It also has many nightspots such as several café's and bars. Travelling to the Place de la Bastille is very easy. This is because it has a subway station which has many trains every day. A market is held twice a week which sells fresh produce from local farmers. There is also a marina where pleasure boats dock and a ride through Paris's waterways can be experienced.

Looking for a Paris Bastille hotel? The Hotel Marais Bastille is ideal

Located a short walk away from the Place de la Bastille, the Hotel Marais Bastille is ideally situated if guests want to explore this historic square. Comfortable rooms are throughout this hotel as are many areas which guests can relax in.

The Hotel Marais Bastille also has a bar which serves thirst quenching drinks. A breakfast room is at the hotel where guests can dine together - their morning meal can also be bought to their room.

Hotel Marais Bastille, a 3 star Design hotel in the heart of Paris.