Spend the summer in a renovated and air-conditioned hotel in Paris
Published On: 15-06-2019
Published On: 15-06-2019
Over the last few years, France has experienced significant heat waves. The capital is no exception, making air conditioning a necessity for indoor relaxation. Spend the summer in a renovated and air-conditioned hotel in Paris.
XO Hotel Paris, located in a residential neighborhood in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, is a fully air-conditioned establishment. Upon your arrival, we invite you to relax and have a refreshing drink before settling in your room.
Each room features an individual central air control so that all of our guests can adjust the temperature as they desire. You can also turn off your room’s air conditioning and open the windows to enjoy the evening breeze.
XO Hôtel Paris was renovated in 2017. The remarkable restoration of the building is especially enhanced by the neighborhood, which combines modern elegance with refined lines. The 58 specially designed rooms of this Parisian hotel offer remarkable views over the surrounding Parisian landscape, especially from the 6th floor.
Our commitment to quality is evident in every room. You’ll enjoy high-end bedding and excellent soundproofing, guaranteeing a peaceful night’s sleep. The rooms are equipped with high-definition television, a minibar, a Nespresso coffee machine, an electric kettle, a safe, and a hair dryer.
All 1500 square meters (16,000 square feet) of XO Hotel Paris are equipped with latest-generation air conditioning. Upon your arrival, you’ll feel a sense of comfort, beginning at the reception area. In our sitting rooms, we offer a selection of mint- and fruit-flavored waters, as well as a fruit basket, for self-service.
The central air conditioning control for the room allows you to select from a variety of programs as well as a set desired temperature. If you dislike air conditioning, on the other hand, it is possible to turn it off and open the windows facing onto rue Théodore de Banville, where the residential location makes for a very quiet street.
Paris Plages is the can’t-miss Paris event of the summer, running from early July to September. The quays along the river become home to Parisian beaches, from the Port de Solferino to the Pont de Marie, as well as the La Villette Basin.
After a sun-drenched day, take a moment to relax along the banks of the Seine, in the heart of Paris. You’ll also be able to cool off and get something to eat from any of the numerous temporary restaurants established for the occasion.
Beaches are also set up along the La Villette Basin. Enjoy the boats and paddle boats, and put on your swimsuit to enjoy a swim right in the middle of Paris.
The comprehensive, astounding entertainment program, available on the Mairie de Paris website, lists many family activities.