An unpretentious hotel, the Hotel de Palma nestles in a quiet residential neighborhood of Paris. Other parts of the city can be easily accessed from this hotel by Metro. The Air France/Roissy bus stop is also within walking distance. This seven storey hotel was built in the early part of the 20th century and is well within the reach of the budget traveler. The neighborhood boasts wonderful natural settings for relaxing walks. If you want to have a quiet retreat waiting for you to come back after the countless tours and excursions, the Hotel Palma is no doubt an excellent alternative at reasonable prices to the city center accommodations. The ambience of colonial Africa is apparent in the lobby which has rattan chairs and prints of animals from the savannah. The bedrooms are furnished in warm sunny colors which evoke a spirit of Provence. There are tubs in one-third of the bathrooms while two thirds contain showers. Air conditioning is available only in the rooms on the sixth floor. In keeping with the name of the hotel, the breakfast room is decorated with potted plants.
Address: 46 rue Brunel, 17th Arrondissement (Parc Monceau)