HO­TEL EIFFEL BLOMET

Virgin Australia Voyeur - - HOTELS -

Packed full of sur­prises, the re­cently ren­o­vated, 87-room Ho­tel Eiffel Blomet is a great base to stay cen­trally. Notes from the golden era of jazz play through­out the four-star Art Deco ho­tel on Rue Blomet, a street known for its cabaret club, Le Bal Blomet.

Opt for a junior suite with a sep­a­rate lounge and ter­race, Ne­spresso ma­chine and Nuxe bath prod­ucts. Break­fast is in­cluded, with a sub­stan­tial buf­fet of smoked sal­mon, saucis­son, eggs and fresh juices. Close by is a small square of cafes, bistros and food sell­ers, in­clud­ing the famed An­drouet cheese shop.

From here, ex­plore the food scene of the 15th ar­rondisse­ment. Grab a ta­ble at Afaria or La Can­tine du Tro­quet Du­pleix for a bril­liant south­ern French menu, or Neige d’été for luxe mod-French/Ja­pa­nese fare. www. hoteleif­fel blomet.com.

CLOCK­WISE FROM TOP The Surfrider Mal­ibu is lo­cated across the road from Surfrider Beach; Ho­tel Eiffel Blomet ter­race is a per­fect set­ting for break­fast; The Surfrider Mal­ibu Suites fea­ture cus­tom­made four-poster beds; Ho­tel Eiffel Blomet ex­te­rior.

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