One night in Paris, but unlike the famous Hilton, I did not record a sex video, but just went for a 36-hour trip with one of my friends. The plan was pretty simple, eat, drink and shop till you drop. And so we did. For one night only, we decided to check into a fabulous hotel and lux it up a bit at the wonderful Hotel de Nell.
A premium location in the centre of the 9th arrondissement in Paris, which is one of the smallest, but liveliest districts of the capital. Located between Montmatre and the garden of the Palais Royal, you get the very essence of Paris in every way.
Already at arrival you sense the beauty of this hotel, a 19th century white building restored to its immaculate former glory with cute balconies at the top floors. Inside everything is designed by acclaimed architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, who left nothing to chance. 33 rooms and suites superbly decorated in an exclusive environment, making you fell like home the minute you step into your room. Luckily we got a deluxe room with two smaller balconies facing a remarkable Haussmannian building, this room is bathed in natural light. You would also love the Japanese bath. Carved from a solid block of raw marble for non-ostentatious luxury.
I have only heard about the pillows á la carte thing once before, nevertheless, I love the concept. Basically, you can choose your own set of pillows from a menu; soft or firm, ergonomic, carbon-fibre, goose down, the choices are almost endless. The hardest part will be making your decision.
— I was invited by Hotel de Nell, which means they covered all expenses in relation to my stay —