Hôtel Brighton

Hôtel Brighton, constructed in the 19th century by Lord Egerton, holds historical significance as one of the capital's pioneering hotels. Situated in what is now the 1st arrondissement of Paris, this area was a favored destination for British travelers on the Grand Tour—a journey designed to enrich the artistic and cultural education of the emerging bourgeoisie. The hotel boasts an impressive art collection consisting of nearly 60 pieces, with each room proudly showcasing an authentic painting or engraving from this esteemed collection. Paris, steeped in its rich history, unfolds before your eyes. From the charming zinc balconies typical of the city, you can enjoy a view that encompasses the Louvre, once the residence of Louis XIV, to your left. To the right, you'll find the Tuileries Garden, Paris's oldest park, along with the iconic landmarks of the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. Directly before you lies the Royal Way, a prominent Parisian boulevard that extends from the Louvre to the arch of La Défense.

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