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Discover our magnificent hotel close to the university city in Paris

Our beautiful hotel, the B55, is located a stone’s throw from the Cité Universitaire and Parc Montsouris. With a SPA and a pool, and offering fine wines by the glass, it allows you to have a unique stay while visiting your children studying in Paris.Find a hotel near the Cité Universitaire in ParisYour children are studying in Paris and live in the city U! Lucky them …The Cité Universitaire, located not far from the magnificent Montsouris Park, is an ideal setting for young people coming to study in Paris. With 5,600 beds, it is the largest student hosting in Île-de-France.More than an accommodation, the university city of Paris offers libraries, theaters, exhibition halls, sports facilities, restaurants… It has a rich cultural life through many exhibitions, concerts, conferences, various activities etc.Yes, but what about you? Where to sleep in Paris to visit your student children?At the B55! Our beautiful and chic hotel near the university campus and Parc Montsouris in Paris!Our wine-themed hotel with swimming pool and spa …Our hotel near the Cité Universitaire is a 4-star hotel with a unique style. The modern and refined decoration is reminiscent of small details such as copper vine leaves, the strong theme of the hotel: wine and allt hat surrounds it. By staying at Hotel B55, you will travel for sure!What could be better, after visiting your studious children, than to taste a good wine in a comfortable and chic room?Maybe … A trip to the hotel pool or SPA?Do not worry, you do not have to have a student child to come and stay with us … In addition, booking on the official website of the hotel guarantees a better rate.So, what are you waiting for? The B55 still has some rooms available … Book now! 

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The hotel B55, a wine themed hotel in the heart of Paris

The hotel B55, a wine themed hotel that meets a growing demand in Paris : Calm and originality.There you will be able to enjoy a good glass of wine away from the hustle and bustle of the city, in a sweet and friendly atmosphere.Hotel B55 is a wine themed “tailor-made” hotelOur wine themed hotel is a Parisian address with elegant notes, a mixture of vitality and relaxation. The decoration is thoughtful, in order to make you travel in the land of vineyards!Our welcoming, elegant and sober, with modern and contemporary decor, recalls the wine in every detail. You can also enjoy great wines!Our 48 rooms welcome you in a cozy and warm atmosphere.The elegant decoration skilfully mixes noble materials and modern comfort, for an even more perfect stay!Our D-Vine machine, a revolution for wine lovers.At the Hotel du Cadran, the desire is to make you live a unique experience.This is why we have found a modern and original solution to serve you great wines by the glass: The D-vine, “Nespresso of wine”.Able in 30 seconds to serve you a wine at good temperature and airy, with in addition a large selection of wines à la carte.Expert in tasting, this revolutionary machine promises you a wine-tasting in optimal conditions.In addition, it offers a wide choice of great wines by the glass. Today, the majority of establishments do not offer more than two or three wines by the glass.However, offering a wide selection of wines can indeed make you discover very great wines.It also allows you to taste different vineyards and develop a range of tastes. Without spending too much money!Do you want to stay in a nice hotel, to sleep in a room of character with a pronounced personality? With the opportunity to taste great wines by the glass! So do not hesitate : Our hotel on the theme of wine was made for you …

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How to find a hotel room with terrace in Paris?

 Many people want to book a hotel room with terrace in Paris.And only a few hotels offer it! So, book at the hotel B55, it offers a large terrace of 40m2, on the seventh floor, overlooking the rooftops of Paris!Paris, the world’s leading tourist destination.Paris attracts tens of millions of tourists each year. Indeed, it is a very attractive tourist worldwide destination. Some will tell you that it is the most beautiful city in the world, while others will tell you about its historical remains or its cultural dynamism. Some people prefer to enjoy a pain au chocolat on the terrace of a café, relaxing on the banks of the Seine, or be amazed by the view of the Eiffel Tower … Others will want to enjoy a good meal of French cuisine, or visit the Louvre. Climb the steps of the Notre-Dame cathedral, go to the Saint-Ouen flea market, or see a French cancan show at the Moulin Rouge …Anyway, there are tourists, many tourists … And hotels, many hotels … But those who offer a hotel room with Terrace are quite scarce. So if you want your place in the sun, be responsive! At the Hotel B55, our beautiful rooms are sold out quickly, very quickly …Why book a hotel room in Paris with terrace?Having breakfast while sunbathing on the terrace of your hotel room is the cream of the crop. If like us, you would like to see the whole city of Paris from your room, or breathe the pure Parisian air, under the sun, in the calm of horns, sipping a small glass of wine on your terrace, it is here.You dream of a beautiful view of the rooftops of Paris by day, and a panorama of the city light at night. You wish to be able to enjoy the sun while keeping your privacy … Indeed, a hotel room in Paris with terrace at the B55 will make you the king of the city! Well, only the time of your stay …So do not wait any longer ! It awaits you…

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Staying in a themed hotel in Paris

The theme hotel is becoming increasingly popular with tourists, especially in Paris. They like the change of scenery, the extraordinary and the new trends.Everyone can find the theme hotel that suits them best and a universe that transports them and makes them travel, even while staying in the hotel! The B55 hotel, located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, offers a theme based on wine and elegance. Discover the success of these themed hotels in Paris.A themed hotel for an unusual and unique experienceThere is no shortage of themed hotels in Paris. City of Light, the romantic city par excellence, capital of fashion, or even the most beautiful city in the world… What is certain is that Paris offers many unusual accommodations and hotels to make tourists dream even more, to welcome them in excellent conditions and to offer them an unusual and timeless stay.Luxury lovers, the French capital is for you. Between the luxurious, 4 and 5 star, modern and chic hotels and the luxurious hotels centred around a particular theme, tourists have a dream choice!In Paris, luxury hotels await you, with warm and intimate atmospheres. Discover a 4-star hotel on the theme of James Bond, with a levitating bed leaning against the wall in a suite with a careful and totally tuned decoration: lamp in the shape of a gun, bar, telephone with a dial…For show lovers, discover a hotel focused on theatre, magic and prestidigitation, and rooms based on card games, illusion and imagination.For travel enthusiasts, a Parisian hotel offers the possibility to travel to each continent, one per floor, and proposes a delicate and meticulous decoration, for each continent represented. A real experience.Those who appreciate the old and the renovation will like a hotel with an industrial theme and original architecture. Others may opt for an ultra-modern, Scandinavian and atypical hotel, carved out of ice and heavily air-conditioned like the North Pole. Spending a night at minus 10°C, in an intimate atmosphere and in a suspended bed is certainly an experience to be had.Alternatively, choose to stay in a hotel based on the theme of the 7 deadly sins: one room, one sin, in matching tones for each… This luxury hotel takes you far off the beaten track.A wine-themed hotel to transport you to another worldSleeping in a themed hotel is synonymous with an unusual experience. If you want to experience something different and off the beaten track, a night at the B55 hotel is an excellent solution. Choose a wine-themed hotel, perfectly decorated in a warm and cosy atmosphere. Staying in a themed hotel is also an unusual weekend, out of time, in an original setting that breaks the routine.Based on a decoration on the theme of wine and what surrounds it, the hotel offers a beautiful architecture and a very refined decoration composed of small details that make the difference like pretty copper vine leaves. The decoration is very careful and elegant, and is combined with delicate materials and meticulous details.The hotel thus offers a pleasant comfort which is ideally linked to the harmony allotted to the place. Between modernity and naturalness, the hotel opens its doors to a world of well-being and relaxation and transports you into a world of high quality wine.

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Wellness hotel in Paris: come and take care of yourself

The summer holidays are coming up, and this will be the opportunity to get away from everyday life. The B55, our wellness hotel in Paris, has thought of everything: come and take care of yourself in a wellness hotel.In these post-confinement periods, everyone is in great need of a change of scenery and a change of air.Recharge your batteries in Paris: the places not to be missedThe capital can offer a number of peaceful places to recharge your batteries. Discover a calm and soothing Paris, a green and unmissable Paris; these Parisian places are little known and offer you a guaranteed moment of serenity.The “Campagne à Paris”, a green stroll awaits youIf you are in the mood for the countryside in Paris, go to this little village in the centre of the city. Located in the 20th arrondissement, a few steps from the Porte de Bagnolet metro station (line 3), this perched district offers a pretty setting.This islet gathers several picturesque lanes, authentic and very charming pavilions, numerous staircases, beautiful small gardens with flowers. The cobblestones are omnipresent and trainers are recommended. To get to this pretty area, head for rue Pierre Mouillard, rue Paul Strauss, rue Jules Siegfried, rue Irénée Blanc or rue du Capitaine Ferber, which closes off the district.The Coulée Verte, a unique and green placeThe Coulée Verte, also known as the Promenade Plantée, is a lovely walk in eastern Paris. The promenade is established over 4.5 kilometres, in the centre of the 12th arrondissement. It was inaugurated in 1993 and guarantees a bucolic change of scene.In 1859, this promenade was a railway line linking Bastille to the eastern suburbs. Over the years, two Parisians, an architect and a landscape architect, had the idea of transforming this old line into a natural promenade. The path is now completely pedestrianised and you can see several gardens, including the Reuilly garden and the suspension bridge, which is characteristic of the area.La Butte aux Cailles, an authentic little village in ParisHere is another relaxing place, just a stone’s throw from our hotel in Paris: the Butte aux Cailles. Just a few metres from the Place d’Italie, in the 13th arrondissement, this neighbourhood maintains a village feel and is rather popular, yet quiet. Walkers like to stroll here, gourmets like to eat here, and festive people like to have a drink here.This neighbourhood has several small houses, cobbled streets, beautiful artistic frescos, shops, bars and restaurants. Go to rue de la Butte aux Cailles, rue Alphand, rue des cinq Diamants or the passage Barrault, known for its street art.The Butte Montmartre, the mythical Parisian districtMontmartre is the Parisian district not to be missed. It is very famous, not necessarily quiet, but beyond the main axes around the Basilica, the district is full of charming, pleasant and rejuvenating alleys. Located in the 18th arrondissement, the district is easily accessible by metro line 12 and the Abbesses station.This beautiful district includes the rue Lepic and the café of the two mills of Amélie Poulain, the sublime passage Lepic, the Moulin de la Galette in the hamlet of the Artists, at the top of the rue Lepic, but also the rue de l’Abreuvoir and its superb Maison Rose located at the intersection of the rue des Saules and the rue Cortot. The Montmartre stroll can end at Cité Véron, a small historic alley with charming houses decorated with wisteria and ivy.Bercy Village, a special, sunny spotAnother relaxing and rather green corner is Bercy Village, also called Cour Saint-Émilion. Located in the 12th arrondissement, this place is quite well known to Parisians. It gathers small houses, 45 former wine storehouses now transformed into shops, bars and restaurants. Its central alley is paved and very pleasant for walking.A park is also available for walkers: the Bercy park is one of the most beautiful in the capital, located between the Court and the Accor Hotel Arena. The area is only 20 minutes from the hotel B55 by metro: line 6 (Glacière stop) and line 14 (Bercy stop).The B55, our wellness hotel in ParisThe hotel B55, located on rue Boussingault in the 13th arrondissement, is a 4-star establishment. The place has a spa with a covered and heated swimming pool (between 28 and 30°C), perfect for relaxing after a long day in Paris; the relaxation area also has a sauna to complete this moment of relaxation. This area can be booked by our guests only, from 10am to midnight.The hotel has comfortable and spacious rooms. The double room has a double bed or 2 single beds, a private bathroom with bath or shower, Wi-Fi internet access and a TV. The hotel also offers a family room of 30m² for 4 people, with flat-screen TV, coffee machine, desk, minibar… For guests who want even more comfort, the hotel has a superior double room with a terrace for two people with a view of the city.The refined and elegant decoration of the hotel is based on the theme of wine, the colours that represent it and authenticity.Come and stay at B55, our 4-star wellness hotel in Paris. Take the opportunity to recharge your batteries and find yourself…

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Organise a short stay in Paris

Paris is one of the best destinations for a romantic stay, for two people or a family, for a weekend getaway, a change of scenery or a few days in the heart of the city. To make the most of your short stay in Paris, it is essential to get organised beforehand: booking transport, booking a hotel, preparing visits, listing monuments to see, selecting a few restaurants… Follow the B55 guide to organise your stay in Paris!Organising your short stay in ParisFor a weekend or a few weeks, it is essential to organise your holiday well and not to leave it to the last minute. This applies equally to transport, accommodation, visits… Come and discover all the historic and emblematic monuments of the capital, visit the museums rich in heritage or go shopping in the famous shopping streets.Booking transport to ParisIf you are travelling by train, take the time to visit the SNCF website well in advance to get the best prices at the best time. Depending on the period, prices are very high and can slow you down in your organisation. If possible, go during the low season, the weather is good, there are fewer tourists and everything is still open (restaurants, tourist spots, shops, etc.). You can also opt for the plane or the car if you are not too far from the capital, but beware of the difficulty of parking, traffic jams and rush hours that can impact your schedule.Booking a hotel for your short stay in ParisYou can choose a Parisian hotel in an area that you particularly like, a very touristy area or, on the contrary, quite quiet. The choice of district is essential to make your short stay enjoyable. For example, the centre of Paris and the area around the major tourist monuments are chic; the area around these districts is less so. In addition, the price of a hotel room varies greatly depending on the area: check the reviews left by other tourists to get an idea of the establishment and its value for money. There is a wide choice of hotels for all prices: 1, 2, 3 or even 4 star hotels (such as the B55 hotel in the 13th arrondissement) or even 5 star hotels and palaces, of which the French capital is full.In addition to the hotels, there are also numerous inns, bed and breakfasts and gîtes.Planning excursions for your next trip to ParisParis offers an exceptional atmosphere and setting, unmissable historical monuments, top-of-the-range gastronomy and restaurants, atypical attractions and beautiful walks off the beaten track in an unspoilt Paris. The city of light offers many activities for a family trip, a couple or a solo trip.Book your guided visits to the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum or the Grévin Museum. Visit the Sacré-Coeur Basilica in Montmartre, the Eiffel Tower or the Montparnasse Tower. Go shopping in Rue Rivoli, Châtelet les Halles or in the Latin Quarter and the Marais to find unique pieces. Then end your stay with a stroll in the Luxembourg Gardens, the Tuileries Gardens and the banks of the Seine. On another day, enjoy the Ile de la Cité and Notre-Dame Cathedral, then take a cruise on the Seine and why not have a gourmet dinner?For good restaurant addresses, don’t hesitate to ask at the hotel reception.Planning trips outside the capitalThe Paris region also has some great places to go for a family holiday. Spend a day at Disneyland Paris, in Marne-la-Vallée (RER A) to please young and old alike, visit the famous Château de Versailles in the Yvelines, accessible with the RER C, for a day or even the Parc Astérix by the RER B. These outings are fun for the whole family and can get you out of Paris for a day. And being so close to Disneyland, it would be a shame not to organise a day out in the park.Relax in your Parisian accommodationLocated on rue Boussingault, in the 13th arrondissement, the hotel B55 is a 4-star establishment ideal for a short stay in Paris. You will find all the comfort you are looking for, from the 24-hour reception to your luxurious room and the relaxation area available to guests.The hotel’s ideal location makes it the perfect place to visit Paris and recharge your batteries.The hotel’s wine-themed decor and facilities provide elegance and modernity.The double room is equipped with a TV, a large double bed, free Wi-Fi access, a minibar, a coffee machine and a private bathroom with a bath or shower. The family room, for 4 people, offers great comfort for all families. A superior room offers a beautiful view of the city and has a very pleasant terrace. In addition, the hotel offers a relaxation area with a heated indoor swimming pool and a sauna, subject to reservation. The hotel also has a bar with a wine by the glass dispenser.To organize your short stay in Paris, follow our advice and choose our hotel, ideally located to visit all Paris.

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Find a hotel near Chinatown in Paris

Enjoy a pleasant stay at the B55, our hotel near the Chinese quarter of Paris. This is a typical district of the City of Light, which you should visit during your stay. Located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, the hotel B55 offers an ideal location near the Montsouris park, the Butte aux Cailles district and of course the Chinatown district. The hotel is also within walking distance of many of the capital’s most emblematic tourist attractions, thanks to the Glacière metro station (line 6) and the Tolbiac station (line 7).Visit Chinatown from our hotel in Paris 13Chinatown has a large population of Asian origin (Chinese, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Laotian…). It has a large number of shops, hairdressers, typical food shops and many Asian restaurants.Avenue de Choisy, Avenue d’Ivry and Boulevard Masséna form the triangle of Choisy and the largest part of Chinatown. Another part of the district is located on the Dalle des Olympiades, on the other side of the Avenue d’Ivry, which ends at the Rue Nationale. From the hotel B55, Chinatown is not far away; the two main avenues are only 22 minutes away on foot via rue de Tolbiac.A bit of HistoryApart from the 13th arrondissement, several Chinatowns exist in Paris. TheThe oldest Chinese community is that of the Arts-et-Métiers district, in 1900; while the first Chinese restaurant opened its doors in the Latin Quarter in 1912. In the middle of the First World War, the Chinese stayed in France and settled in Paris, in the Gare de Lyon area. In this area, Chinese workers brought from China to help in the war passed through; they were supposed to be repatriated to China, but many did not want to go back and settled down. Later, in 1949, Mao Zedong’s China closed its borders and the Chinese community remained in the French capital. Several waves of immigration have taken place since the 1970s from several South-East Asian countries; these refugees have settled in Paris and created this “Chinatown” district of Paris. The 13th arrondissement was chosen because of its large number of vacant homes at the time. Today, the 13th arrondissement’s Chinatown is an authentic and touristy district.What to do in Paris Chinatown?If you want to visit the Chinatown of Paris, you are in the right place. During your stay at the hotel B55, close to this Asian district, you have the possibility to visit, see and do multiple activities.You can see and visit the two temples of the district: the Buddhist temple located at 37 rue du Disque, where a calm and soothing atmosphere reigns, and the Taoist temple located at 44 avenue d’Ivry where the statues of the 18 immortal guardians of the Law and 3 Buddha statues are enthroned.In the district, you can also stroll and discover multiple street art frescos on the Place Vénétie and on the facades of the towers. You can also discover the Avenue d’Italie, the Italie 2 shopping centre (Place d’Italie) and the towers of the Olympiades district a few steps away. A large number of shops, supermarkets and shops are located here. A typical shop in the district: Tang Frères on Avenue d’Ivry. This Asian supermarket allows you to discover all the Asian gastronomy, from the most iconic dishes to the most atypical. The shop also sells souvenirs and decoration.For food and drink, Chinatown is exceptional. Have a tea at L’Empire des Thés, 101 avenue d’Ivry; have a bubble tea, a cool drink with tapioca beads, at Bubble House, 45 avenue de Choisy; have a delicious pastry at Pâtisserie de Choisy, 62 avenue de Choisy; have a Vietnamese pho lunch, a traditional soup, at Pho 13, 135 avenue de Choisy; and for dinner enjoy a Laotian, Thai or Vietnamese meal at Restaurant Lao Lane Xang, 102 avenue d’Ivry, or at Impérial Choisy, 32 avenue de Choisy. This restaurant offers a varied choice of typical Asian dishes (noodles, ravioli, fritters, rice, soups, fish, tofu…).The most important event in Chinatown is the Chinese New Year, where a big parade takes place every year.Our hotel near Chinatown in ParisThe hotel B55 is ideally located, just a few stops by RER B from Notre-Dame Cathedral, Montparnasse and Chinatown. The hotel features a 24-hour reception, a wine bar, a buffet breakfast, a relaxation and wellness area with a heated and covered swimming pool and sauna and 48 comfortable rooms.Each room is spacious and features a flat-screen TV, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi internet access, coffee machine, minibar and storage space. The rooms also have an en suite bathroom with shower or bath. The standard double room offers great comfort with its double bed and elegant decoration; the family room allows families to stay at the hotel and has a double bed and 2 single beds for 4 people; the superior double room with terrace and breathtaking views of the city guarantees great comfort and an even more pleasant stay. The proximity to the metro line 6 offers the possibility to go to the Champs-Élysées, and the line 7 to the Opera. The Italie 2 shopping centre is only a 20-minute walk away and the Luxembourg Gardens are 30 minutes away.Our hotel near Chinatown offers you an ideal place to stay in Paris, in a quiet area, close to public transport and with excellent value for money.