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Paris has always been the number one city for romance. Everywhere you go, you see couples in love, walking hand in hand enjoying the sightseeing and all the beauty Paris has to offer. From the seemingly endless selection of hotels, which ones are most suitable for couples who celebrate their anniversary, honeymoon or just want a romantic getaway? EasyToBook.com did some research and managed to gather this Top 5 of most romantic hotels in Paris with the highest scores from their guests’ experiences:
Address: 20 Rue La Fayette, 75009 ParisNearest
metro stop: Chaussée d’Antin – La Fayett
This beautifully renovated boutique hotel is located in the Opera area in the heart of the Grands Boulevards quarter, on a stone’s throw from the Place Vendôme and 10 minutes from the Louvre. It is known to have a wonderful, caring staff. The staff is always more than willing to assist you, whether it comes to restaurant recommendations, or visiting the attractions in Paris. They will most definitely advise you a visit to the famous: “Au Petite Riche” – a romantic restaurant, especially for couples.
Berlin was not always the center for culture, music and art as it is today. Berlin used to yearn for tourists in the years before the fall of the wall. Ever since the wall collapsed, Berlin has changed completely: immediate developments, construction works all over the east side of the city and establishment of a new, improved image. Visitors from all over the world started traveling there and Berlin was rediscovered in its full glory.
The city is known to be rather alternative it is after all the Mecca for electronic, techno and dance music. Because the locals have been suppressed in the years before the wall fell, it is only natural that they would be so incredibly open-minded people.