Hôtel Duc de Saint-Simon
This beautiful 18th century townhouse is a peaceful haven located in a quiet street in the chic Saint-Germain district. Hotel Duc de Saint -Simon has 34 superbly decorated rooms and suites for you to enjoy. Relax in the cosy ambiance of one of their sumptuous lounges after a day of sightseeing in Paris. The Duc de Saint-Simon hotel invites a very warm welcome.
The Duc de Saint-Simon’s rooms and suites have a unique style and rich decoration. You will appreciate the comfortable antique furniture, fine upholstery and warm colors of the rich fabrics that decorate each room. En suite bathrooms come complete with bathrobes that will make you feel even more at home in these luxurious surroundings
This grand townhouse is located in a street sought after for its calm in this bustling district of Paris. The streets around the hotel harbour many architectural jewels such as the Hotel Matignon or the Maillol museum. You will find a large choice of bars and restaurants on the boulevard Saint-Germain.
Air conditioning, Safe, Licensed bar, Airport transfer on request, Continental breakfast, Major credit cards accepted, Lift.
Offering high quality room service. The reception team is available 24/7. They will be happy to book a show, a taxi, an excursion, a table at a restaurant or organise a car rental or airport transfer.
The Hotel Duc de Saint Simon is a unique experience. This historic townhouse built in the 18th century retains many period details and original architectural features. Come and relax in this richly decorated setting where the subtle blend of past and present will delight even the most demanding visitors.
For more information contact Susan Hickman at 626 449-3220 or email at Susan@distantlands.com
French Pyrenees & Spain’s Rioja Region Walking & Hiking Tour
On a map you’ll see the line. One side France. The other, Spain. There it is—definitive, exact. But set foot here and you’ll see it’s a place all its own. An independent spirit shines through as you gaze out over the sparkling Bay of Biscay and walk the high plains and valleys of the often overlooked Pyrenees. As you take in a game of basque pelota and wonder how many pilgrims throughout the centuries have walked this very same stretch of the Camino de Santiago. And raise a toast to the vibrant color and light—and excellent wines—of La Rioja.
Hike along the coast, passing beautiful beaches, quaint seaside villages and rugged rock formations Arrive in the idyllic town of St-Jean-de-Luz, beloved for its picturesque square lined with cafés, boutiques and seafood restaurants Stroll along the town’s sheltered port, where beret-capped fishermen tend to their colorful boats.
Discover Basque Country’s pastoral charm as you stride through green sheep-dotted hills in a region celebrated for its fromage de brebis—a creamy cheese with a sweet taste This is the land immortalized in the Legend of Roland Hiking in the Pyrenees, skirt the line between France and Spain on an ancient route once used by pilgrims and smugglers Visit an artisanal cheese farm and soak up the scene in riverside St-Etienne-de-Baïgorry, a hamlet brimming with typical Basque timbered houses.
Welcome to Spain! We cross the border into the Navarra region for a walk on the renowned Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route Exchange greetings with travelers from all across the world as you ramble through medieval villages and across old stone bridges along the “Pilgrim’s Way” Taste an array of local pinchos—delicious small plates.
Rural beauty and tranquility surround us in La Rioja wine region, where hundreds of ancestral wineries have thrived for generations As you hike, admire the play of sunlight, shadow and color on the vineyard-laced landscape Amble on ancient cobblestone streets in historic villages like Navaridas and Elciego Savor Basque specialties at a Michelin-starred restaurant—the ideal finish to an extraordinary week.
For More Information Contact Susan Hickman 626 449-3220 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org