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  • PHOTOS ROOM WITH JACUZZI

    Musée d’Orsay
    – two people Jacuzzi tub

    Under the gaze of the monumental station clock, a few, artfully-chosen photographs are a reminder of the Orsay’s splendid statuary. As you soak in the artistic atmosphere, in soothing hues of grey and beige, you realise your wish has come true. Tonight, you’re a privileged guest inside the famous museum, a temple to the glory of 19th century art. Discover the Orsay Museum Rooms in a boutique hotel in Paris !

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    SERVICE AND AMENITIES – Musée d’Orsay

    ✓ Room of 19m ²

    ✓ Bedroom with bathtub Jacuzzi
    Chromotherapy – Hydromassage – Rain shower

    ✓ Marble sink

    ✓ Anti-mist mirror

    ✓ Webert tap fittings

    ✓ Bathrobes

    ✓ Slippers

    ✓ Ionic hairdryer

    ✓ Check-in from 3.00 pm

    ✓ Check-out until 12.00 pm

    TECHNOLOGY

    Lighting scenarios
    Adapt your room lighting to suit your mood at the flick of a switch

    40″ flat screen LED technology TV
    The flattest screens in the world

    Over 50 French and international channels
    including Cinema, Premium Sport, Adult viewing

    Free broadband internet access

    Direct dial telephone and fax

    COMFORT

    Minibar : juice and water offered upon arrival

    Complementary toiletry products from Maison Azzaro

    Safe : capacity for 17″ laptop with built-in facility for recharging

    Hot/cold air conditioning

    Soundproofed rooms

    Rooms "Musée d'Orsay" in a boutique hotel in Paris !

    Beautifully preserved, the museum is housed in the former Orsay station, built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. Trains stopped running here in 1945. Before the museum project came into being, the great hall was the scene of auctions while the hôtel Drouot auction house was being renovated. The Renault-Barrault theatre company performed here and the station was the backdrop for Orson Welles' film, "The Trial".

    "The station is superb and resembles an art gallery..." wrote the painter, Edouard Detaille in 1900. It only took a century for his prophecy to come true. Symbolised by the great airy hall which seems to defy the sky, the building is the star exhibit of the musée d'Orsay's 19th century collection. Providing continuity between the Louvre's collection and the modern art in the Centre Pompidou, the Orsay houses the world's finest collection of impressionist works. Highlights include Courbet's L’Origine du monde, Olympia by Manet and Van Gogh's Portrait du Docteur Gachet.



    Head to the top of the building, and between the ticking hands of the two enormous clocks that decorate the facade, you can see all of Paris hurrying by.

    Dicover the musée d'Orsay while staying at Secret de Paris - Hotel & Spa !