Hotel Balzac's sister hotel shares the same General Manager
14 July 2010
Hotel Balzac Paris Special Offers
Alexandre Scarvelis, General Manager of the Balzac Hotel Paris, is now also the General Manager of the hotel's sister property, Hotel De Vigny Paris. Located directly opposite the Balzac Hotel, Hotel De Vigny has quite a different personality as it is far more traditional with many authentic antique pieces of furniture which set the classical theme.
If you fancy a change for lunch, dinner or afternoon tea, you should try the Baretto Restaurant at Hotel De Vigny. The cuisine is refined and traditionally French with a menu offering both light dishes for the health conscious and indulgent options for those that are not! The sumptuous leather seating and oak panelling create a relaxed distinguished Art Deco theme which is very popular with the local Paris business community.
Although the two hotels are different in style and ambience, both properties provide the same high standard of service that one would expect from luxury Paris Hotels. Mr Scarvelis has an eye for detail and you will notice that both hotels have those little extras that make your stay that much more enjoyable, whichever of the hotels you choose to stay in. With both hotels being located just off the Champs Elysees, the concierge teams at both Paris hotels can provide you with all the information you require to get around Paris and see as much as you can of what the City of Paris has to offer.
Mr. Scarvelis looks forward to welcoming you to the Hotel Balzac or De Vigny on your next trip to Paris.
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