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Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir in Paris

'Beautiful Manor'

Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir is a small, distinctive hotel in central Paris. The hotel's  name fittingly translates as 'beautiful manor'.

Evocative Interior Decoration

With interiors reminiscent of Paris during the 18th century, Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir is beautifully evocative of Paris' historic past, whilst providing our guests with the contemporary features and facilities one expects of a small boutique hotel.

Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir opens its doors to a universe of old-world charm, with the reception and bar area encased in handsome stone walls and inlaid with wood.

Elegant and Refined Hotel in Paris

The basement vaults of Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir sit in a beautifully arched room with stucco walls, a typical feature in Paris' old quarter.

Concierge Service at Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir

Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir benefits from a concierge service that, amongst other practicalities, can recommend local restaurants, book taxis and guided sightseeing tours of the city or provide guests with theatre bookings.

Wide Choice of Facilities

Facilities and services for guests include a PC web corner for those wishing to work or use the internet, same day dry cleaning, room service and Free WI-FI internet.

Disabled Facilities

Hotel Beau Manoir has one room suitable for disabled persons, along with specific equipment.

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Contact Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir

Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir
6 rue de l'Arcade, 75008, Paris, France

Tel: +33 1 53 43 28 28
Fax: +33 1 53 43 28 88
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Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir

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Hotel Amarante Beau Manoir in Paris is a paradise of harmony. With charming old-world interiors reminiscent of Paris during the 18th century, Amarante Beau Manoir near to Place de la Madeleine, is the perfect base for your stay in Paris.

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