Social Network Highlights the Romance of Paris
published on 26 March 2017 in News of the hotel Les Plumes
The Social Network is an essential tool for keeping abreast of what's going on in Paris. The Les Plumes Hotel, in addition to having its own website and blog, is an enthusiastic and meticulous user of various social media. This stylish and innovative hotel will keep you apprised of upcoming events and exhibitions in Paris, as well as the best deals on offer from Les Plumes Hotel itself. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google, Foursquare and the online pinboard, Pinterest, for the latest news and comments.
Social Network : ideal for staying aware of the Paris scene
An evocation of the 19th century Paris of art, literature and romance, the Les Plumes Hotel has all the atmosphere of a guest house of this golden age of Parisian culture. Our guest rooms are designed around the theme of romantic couples; the classic trysts and liaisons of George Sand and Alfred de Musset, Paul Verlaine and Arthur Rimbaud, and France's greatest writer Victor Hugo and his lover of half a century, Juliette Drouet. The design of these rooms is a celebration of a period when France led the world in the fields of art and literature. Naturally we at the hotel are eager to share our in depth knowledge of this wonderful city, including places you may not have thought of visiting, and we do this by regular postings on our social networking sites.
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Our hotel is located on the rue Lamartine in the vibrant heart of a fashionable and elegant quarter. We are conveniently situated close to the public transport system and within easy reach of the well known, and not so well known, Paris landmarks and places of interest. Our multilingual staff and concierge service will ensure you get the most from your stay. Keep an eye on our social media platforms for the latest news and recommendations regarding the best ways to sample the art and culture of Paris.
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