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In the 16th Arrondissement, within walking distance of the city's main tourist destinations
Hotel Baltimore is located in an 1892 townhouse in the city's 16th Arrondissement, a residential part of the city near fine dining and shopping. The safe neighborhood is centrally located near some of Paris' most famous landmarks -- the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, and some of the city's famous gardens. Proximity to several metro lines makes getting around a cinch.
Paris is one of Europe's most densely populated cities, and is currently one of the world's most important business and cultural metropolises. Known as "The City of Lights" for its growth during the Age of Enlightenment, Paris is home to some of the world's most luxurious fashion (Hermes, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent), iconic museums and structures, as well as major media and business outlets.
Situated in a stately 1892 townhouse that was converted into a luxury hotel in the 1920s, the upscale boutique Hotel Baltimore offers a charming Parisian experience with modern comforts. Outside, delicate flowers spill from wrought-iron window ledges, and inside, the lobby and hotel bar feature plush, velvet camelback seating. Each of the 103 rooms is nicely decorated in a classic modern style with simple furnishings swathed in neutral tones. Rooms are small, which is to be expected in a historic property, but the beds are large and comfortable with pillowy down comforters, and the bathrooms are clean and more spacious than at other Parisian hotels. Guests can make use of the fitness center, though it's extremely small. But perhaps the greatest perk of Hotel Baltimore is the on-site restaurant -- La Table du Baltimore, a Michelin-starred French bistro.