3-star hotel Paris 8th district
A 3-star hotel near the Champs Elysee
For those who wish to stay in Paris in an original, luxurious, design at a really interesting price, the Hotel Ekta is ideal. Forget all the hotels where you have stayed before, this one is quirky, your experience in this 3-star hotel in Paris will be definitely different. The 25 rooms including 5 suites of this 3-star hotel in Paris all have an incredible "70s atmosphere" look, strongly inspired by the fashion from that decade. Some suites have a terrace that offers an incredible view of the Parisian rooftops. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout this 3-star hotel in Paris' 8th district. You can benefit from room service, a concierge and a lounge bar with a refined and trendy ambiance that will charm you.
Close to the George V metro, the Hotel Ekta is easily accessible and very well located in the 8th district of Paris. This boutique hotel in Paris allows you to go to some of the most famous restaurants and shops in the capital, such as the Ladurée Boutique, the Fouquet's and The Cultural space Louis Vuitton.
A design hotel in the 8th district of Paris
The Hotel Ekta, a brand new 3-star hotel in Paris' 8th district, with its breathtaking decoration, leaves a lasting impression, both with its walls and neighborhood. Halfway between the Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe, you are ready to start visiting Paris. If it's shopping that you love, you are very close to the legendary shops that contribute to Paris' reputation (Vuitton, Cartier, Ladurée ...). Or is it rather Paris' cultural heritage you are coming to see? From this 3-star hotel in the 8th district of Paris, you are close to the Champs Elysee, the Avenue Montaigne, the Grand Palais, the Petit Palais, etc. Nightlife lovers are also spoiled by staying at the Hotel Ekta as it is close to the Lido Cabaret Show and plenty of other forms of entertainment. In addition, the metro station is a stone's throw away from this 3-star hotel in Paris. It is truly the whole city of light that offers itself over to you ...