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The Hôtel Napoléon
19th century classic flair with luxurious modern features

 Just steps from the famous Champs Elysées and Arc de Triomphe, the Hôtel Napoléon offers a convenient access to Paris business districts and the most renowned places for fashion and luxury. This is definitely the place to be in Paris!

There are several five star hotels in the prestigious Champs-Elysées district of Paris, but the Hôtel Napoléon is unique in this already exclusive class because it is the only one that’s still independently owned and run by the same family since it opened in 1928.

It has a special place in the hearts of romantics everywhere, because it started with a love story between a Russian businessman and a young French student he met at a Parisian literary salon in 1928. They fell in love at first sight, and he purchased the hotel to offer to her as a wedding gift. Since then, the hotel has hosted many great names, including Errol Flynn, Orson Welles, Audrey Hepburn, Ernest Hemingway, and Josephine Baker, who now has a suite named after her.

The Hotel offers 96 rooms, including 57 spacious suites, and guarantee of connecting rooms upon reservation. The recent renovation combines modern features with the 19th century classic flair. Many of the street-facing rooms and suites have stunning views of the Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower, but those lucky enough to book the 100m² Imperial Suite on the top floor can see them both from bed.

Guests and locals alike can enjoy Chef Olivier Legentil’s seasonal French cuisine with a Mediterranean touch in the hotel’s intimate Bivouac restaurant, which is transformed into a cozy lounge after 3pm. Here, you can enjoy the 19th-century setting with contemporary cocktails, and live music on Thursdays. The Hotel Napoleon also offers a Sunday brunch with exquisite treats and  events for children.

The top floor houses a fitness center with natural light from the windows overlooking the rooftops of Paris, which offers spa treatments and massages as well.

Contact your Adelman travel consultant for preferred pricing.

 

 

Archer Hotel Burlington
Industrial-chic, Archer knows how to wow

An industrial-chic boutique hotel, Archer Hotel Burlington joins the wonderfully walkable 3rd Ave neighborhood in Boston’s most buzzy northwest suburb. The refined design of the hotel is a natural fit in this fashionable neighborhood town center, with distinctive dining, unique shops, and the region’s exclusive and beloved Wegmans.

Archer’s 147 luxe guest rooms feature five-star bedding with premium linens, daily turndown treats, a complimentary Nespresso® coffee experience, Frette® bathrobes and whimsical slippers. Along with a house-made breakfast buffet and evening bites, bowls, and grilled favorites, you can expect stellar, sincere service — always.

Additional services include:

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Bell service and complimentary parking
  • Concierge services
  • Dry-cleaning and laundry services
  • Complimentary fitness studio
  • Favorite Finds — a list of Archer’s favorite local things to do

Archer’s Kitchen + Bar are a best bet for Burlington bites and beverages — with beautiful, simple foods featuring recipes and flavors from Archer’s friends around the world. The lively cocktail bar comes complete with handcrafted classic cocktails, billiards, and an alfresco patio. Flexible, casually elegant event spaces make celebrations and functions, whether for business or pleasure, marvelously memorable.

Your room is ready.

 

 

Mountain Shadows, Paradise Valley
Where dramatic views set the tone for a visit that’s relaxing yet invigorating

 Mountain Shadows set the benchmark for desert luxury and distinctive design when it first opened in 1959. Now, it’s been completely re-envisioned from the ground up. The boutique-style resort is set in the shadow of Camelback Mountain in the serene town of Paradise Valley, just a short drive from Sky Harbor Airport.

Contemporary design is infused with a dash of the 1950s modernism that the original resort was famous for. Enjoy spacious guestrooms, plush bedding, custom furnishings, floor-to-ceiling glass, and plenty of plug-in locations on the property and in the guestrooms for working on-the-go. Take advantage of top-notch amenities that are included in the resort fee like valet parking, Wi-Fi, a 24-hour cancellation policy, and full access to the gym and Citizens Club pool.

Savor American fare that’s delightful in its simplicity with always fresh ingredients at Hearth ’61 restaurant, bar, and living room headed up by renowned Chef Charles Wiley.

Head to The Citizens Club for gym access and fitness classes ranging from Pilates to TRX and aerial yoga, then sip on organic drinks from the juice bar and spend any much-needed rest and relaxation time lounging poolside.

The Short Course offers 18 holes of par-3 golf, with options for the novice player and the experienced golfer alike. Tee-off on the scenic course that takes less than three hours to play, making it the perfect recreational activity for a busy day. Desert and mountain views throughout the resort set the tone for a visit that’s relaxing yet invigorating.

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