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Hotel Name : Boulevard des Capucines
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Type : See
Coordinates : 48.870644,2.332113
Content : This is one of Baron Haussman’s four “Grands Boulevards”, steeped in cultural history. It was the home of wry, risqué music hall legend Mistinguett, and the scene of the Lumière brothers’ first-ever public movie projection. Plus, it's the location of a much-loved 19th century wooden roller coaster that was torn down in 1893 to make way for the Olympia Music Hall.
Hotel Name : Passage des Panoramas
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Type : See
Coordinates : 48.870899,2.341631
Content : Take a stroll along the intriguing and elegant Passage des Panoramas. It's home to the Théâtre des Variétés, where theatregoers pick up their tickets, then idle away an hour in the arcade’s bars and boutiques. Don’t miss the wonderful Stern family engraving shop, open since 1849.
Hotel Name : Palais Garnier
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Type : See
Coordinates : 48.872022,2.331743
Content : The true heart of the neighborhood, the awe-inspiring Palais Garnier is home to the Paris Opera ballet and the Paris Opera. The Opéra’s lavish and ostentatious decor (including a ceiling painted by Chagall) provided the inspiration for Gaston Leroux’s world-famous “Phantom of the Opera.”
Hotel Name : Olympia Music Hall
URL : http://www.olympiahall.com
Type : Hear
Coordinates : 48.870220,2.328334
Content : The Olympia stakes a convincing claim to be the best live venue in the city. Its program is eclectic bordering on eccentric, swinging between chanson française and Anglo-Saxon indie, via rap, pop and stand-up (Eddie Izzard has played several gigs here in recent years).
Hotel Name : Folies Bergère
URL : http://www.foliesbergere.com
Type : Hear
Coordinates : 48.874468,2.344873
Content : Just 15 minutes away from your hotel, you’ll find the stuff of Paris legend: the Folies Bergère, one of the city's most renowned classic cabarets. Find the long-running Comédie Caumartin and the comic musicals of the Théâtre Daunou here.
Hotel Name : Théâtre du Nord-Ouest
URL : http://www.theatredunordouest.com
Type : Hear
Coordinates : 48.872369,2.342983
Content : The Théâtre du Nord-Ouest is an imaginative venue that runs shows nightly and mixes up works by unknown new authors with classics. It's also known for running “complete works” seasons. Plus, there’s Le Comedy Club, a flamboyant stand-up den created by TV star Jamel Debbouze.
Hotel Name : Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens
URL : http://www.bouffesparisiens.com
Type : Hear
Coordinates : 48.868390,2.335403
Content : Founded by composer Jacques Offenbach in 1855, and still drawing a loyal following for its live music, magic shows and short-run plays. The theater stands on the Passage Choiseul, one of the city’s most beautiful covered passages. Scores of these exquisitely decorated, hidden-away arcades were built, but only twenty or so remain.
Hotel Name : Flottes
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Type : Taste
Coordinates : 48.866291,2.325344
Content : The restaurant aims to satisfy everyone’s taste. With its traditional French cuisine, one won’t be disappointed! The cuisine is fresh, French and following the seasons. The true brasserie with locals offers a typical Parisian experience.
Hotel Name : Market
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Type : Taste
Coordinates : 48.870420,2.312139
Content : Market is a fashionable restaurant offering eclectic, Asian-French cuisine. Located on Avenue Matignon near the Champs-Élysées, Market was decorated by Christian Liaigre with simple materials, including marble, wood, and leather. Chef Jean-Georges delivers inventive dishes using fresh market produce and original combinations of spices and seasonings.
Hotel Name : Place du Marche Saint-Honoré
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Type : Taste
Coordinates : 48.866912,2.332181
Content : Only a few steps away from the hotel, la Place offers different restaurants to please everyone. Among them you’ll find Razowski (which touts the best burgers in the city), and “L’absinthe,” the “bistrot” of the 2 Michelin Star chef, Michel Rostang. You can also have brunch in “Le Pain Quotidien.”