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  • PHOTOS ROOM WITH JACUZZI

    Trocadéro
    – two people Jacuzzi tub

    In a celebration of the Palais de Chaillot, this room echoes the high chic of the 1930s, featuring stained glass detailing above the bed, an elegant palette of black and gold and an art deco-inspired carpet. Close your eyes, and you can picture the play of the fountains in the Jardins du Trocadéro… Discover the Trocadeo rooms in a boutique hotel in Paris !

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    SERVICE AND AMENITIES – Trocadéro

    ✓ 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

    Trocadero Rooms in a boutique Hotel in Paris, France !

    It was a huge challenge that faced architect Jacques Carlu and his partners, Léon Azéma and Hippolyte Boileau. It was their job to dream up a palace superb enough to face the Eiffel Tower, and all this in time for the Universal Exhibition of 1937.



    Built on the site of the previous Trocadéro Palace, this 1930s landmark is made up of two pavilions and two curved wings. They enclose a space known as the Esplanade des Droits de l'Homme, after the Declaration of Human Rights which was signed here by the UN Assembly General in 1948.

    This raised terrace is bordered by ornamental pools and gilt bronze statues. The Palais de Chaillot's facade is decorated with pilasters and tall bay windows.

    It took forty sculptors, twenty painters and one master blacksmith to achieve the finished result. Verses by the poet Paul Valéry are picked out in gold high up on the facades.

    
Today, the Palais de Chaillot is home to several museums, including the Musée de l'Homme, the Musée la Marine and the Théâtre national de Chaillot, as well as the Cité de l'architecture et du patrimoine.

    Discover Trocadéro while staying at Secret de Paris - Hotel & Spa !