The hotels are located in the 7th district of Paris, a lively neighborhood full of cafes, restaurants and boutiques.
With the Hotel Marlar and the Hotel Amélie, Green Pearls welcomes two new places to stay in Paris. Like Hotel Le Pavillon, they belong to the Green Spirit Hotels and are considered to be an insider’s tip for individualists and budget-conscious travelers. In addition to their central location, all Green Spirit hotels offer uniquely and lovingly decorated rooms that are shielded from electro-smog and make for a quiet retreat in the heart of the city.
Unique accommodation in the Parisian city center
All three hotels are located in the 7th district of Paris, a lively neighborhood full of cafes, restaurants and boutiques. The Eiffel Tower, the banks of the Seine, the Champs-Élysées, the Orsay Museum, the Invalides Cathedral, the Grand Palais and other attractions are all within walking distance, making the new Green Pearls partners the perfect base for a city break.
Prices are moderate. All rooms have orthopedic mattresses. These are not only very comfortable, but also electrically neutral – part of the alternative hotel concept.
Art & alternative technologies
One of the special features of the Green Spirit hotels Le Pavillon, Marlar and Amélie is that the rooms are protected from electro-smog by Weber biotechnology. In addition, vitalized water flows from all taps and the air in the rooms is specially filtered.
Each room is individually designed and the small city hotels are full of creative surprises. For example, Hotel Malar has a small courtyard and Le Pavillon has a terrace where guests can have breakfast – with regional organic specialties and fair trade products.
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