First floating hotel in Paris opens

Hotel on River Seine gives guests unique stay
A new floating hotel situated on the River Seine in Paris has been unveiled. OFF has 54 rooms and four suites and targets guests who are seeking a unique experience.
OFF is a hotel and bar moored beside the Métro’s Gare d’Austerlitz station, providing modern amenities and one-of-a-kind views of the romantic city’s famous river.
Bright colours mimic the sun’s reflection off the Parisian waters, and guests can sit on the deck, enjoy the plunge pool or dine at a bar with a panoramic view.
The floating inn is within walking distance of Notre Dame and the Hôtel de Ville and costs between €160 and €450 a night.


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