Hotel Paris Saint-Honoré


What do Italians think about France?

Tuesday, 18 October 2016 - New in Hotel / Press

What do Italians think about France?

France is the country that most of all represent the idea of love for art and culture. Every year in Paris arrive more than 24 million tourists and many of them are Italians.

But what Italians think about France?

French and Italian are always being "cousins", with many small differences but the same love for beautiful things.

Italians in Paris are drawn mainly from the Louvre museum, the Eiffel Tower and Montmartre; but they don't forget their passion for football and the Parc de Princes is greatly appreciated too.

Another thing that italians loves in France is the kitchen. They are very proud about them but they know too that they can find many surprices in the paris restaurants and bistros. A lot of visitors of the famous "Salon du Chocolat", in autumn, are italians. The confectionery is a great cult in italian and french kitchen and we know that a good Tiramisù or a perfumed panna cotta can play a nice role near at one Macaron or an eclaire with a good coffee.

The Saint Honoré hotel, with its central location (5 minutes walk from the Champs Eliisée and close to all the major attractions of the Ville Lumière) is a very smart choice for anyone looking for a nice place at a low price in the center of Paris.

Now the hotel Saint Honoré also speaks Italian, one more reason to visit us!

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