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Experience a Leisure Getaway at the Renaissance Paris Le Parc Trocadero Hotel

Luxury Hotel in Paris Invites Travelers to Experience Spectacular Suite Accommodations

PARIS -- (Marketwire) -- 01/10/13 -- Leisure time is important and a modern luxury hotel in Paris is inviting travelers to spend their time wisely and experience a rejuvenating Paris stay utilizing stylish hotel suites near popular downtown destinations.

Recently undergoing a complete renovation, the first-class charm of the Renaissance Paris Le Parc Trocadero Hotel resonates throughout its opulent choices of boutique hotel suites in Paris, so travelers can choose the accommodations that best meet their travel needs. While noted as a historic treasure, this unique choice among 5-star hotels in Paris boasts the latest in technology and services so guests can experience the elegant charm of days gone by, while reveling in trendy accommodations and amenities.

Located within walking distance of the Eiffel Tower and the famed shopping of Champs-Elysees, the Renaissance provides an ideal base camp for a prolonged family leisure event or well-deserved weekend getaway as its spacious luxury Paris hotel suites include everything needed for a relaxing stay. Offering three types of suites, guests may choose from the well-appointed Junior or Family & Leisure Suites that offer 377 square feet of space for accommodating up to four persons and are an ideal choice for luxury family holidays. Also included among the offering are the even more spacious Executive Suites, some with duplex options that allow guests plenty of room for sharing the sights and sounds of Paris with their family and friends.

All suites at this luxury Paris hotel feature windows that can be opened, but are soundproof for peaceful relaxation. With courtyard views and easy access to the hotel's private garden of rare plant species from around the world, downtown guests are quickly removed to a quiet and rejuvenating place. Featuring new décor and personalized service, all of these upscale suites include a flat-screen TV with international cable/satellite service and premium movie channels, broadband Internet access and video on demand. Luxurious bedding ensembles are standard along with bath robe and slippers, complimentary bottled water and 24-hour room service.

Ideally situated for hosting business meetings and social events, hotel facilities include 3,337 square feet of contemporary conference venues in Paris, so busy travelers can combine their relaxed leisure time while also taking care of business.

About the Renaissance Paris Le Parc Trocadero Hotel

The Renaissance Paris Le Parc Trocadero is an impressive hotel destination which reopened in 2011 to provide Paris travelers with the ultimate in luxury Paris lodging. The hotel's restaurant, "Le Relais du Parc" offers tantalizing traditional French cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner, while the G'Bar and Lounge is ideal for enjoying light fare, fine drinks and an RLife music event every Thursday evening. Engaging its guests with attentive service that includes local destinations recommended by the hotel's private Paris Navigator, guests can quickly discover some of the city's finest hidden treasures for a truly captivating Paris adventure.

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