Hilton has opened Niepce Paris Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton. This hotel has joined 50 upscale Curio Collection by Hilton properties around the world.
Situated in Montparnasse, the hotel is close to Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art, a few metres from Montparnasse train station, enabling guests easy access to visit historical monuments, museums and rich cuisine.
Curio Collection by Hilton global head Mark Nogal said: “We are pleased to welcome Niepce Paris Hotel to Curio Collection by Hilton, as we make our debut in the iconic city of Paris.
“The opening of Niepce Paris Hotel highlights our commitment to expanding our collection in key destinations across the globe, and we look forward to providing a remarkable and memorable experience to travellers in the district of Montparnasse.”
Niepce Paris Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton is inspired by an influential photographic artist Janine Niepce, whose famous shots are captured throughout the guest rooms, corridors and ceiling displays.
The hotel has 52 guest rooms, including three suites. The spacious rooms feature the latest technology with tablet control systems and high-speed internet. Suites also feature a separate living area.
Niepce Paris Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton general manager Rozlaine Hakiki said: “Niepce Paris Hotel is a creative treasure, offering authentic experiences combined with the renowned hospitality of Hilton.
“We are delighted to open our doors to guests, as they explore everything this remarkable city has to offer whilst staying in a one-of-a-kind hotel.”
The hotel has main restaurant La Verriere Paris, which offers French and international cuisine prepared with the freshest ingredients. Besides Café ‘N’ Bar provides a selection of wines and cocktails, alongside nutritious dining options.
It has small meetings with a 73m2 meeting room with the latest technology, including a 55-inch flat screen, wireless video projector and Wi-Fi.
The hotel also provides a high-tech gym,.
Hilton executive vice president and president for Europe, Middle East and Africa Simon Vincent said: “Sixteen million travellers visited Paris last year1, with visitor numbers reaching a ten-year high, making this an exciting time for us to grow our brand portfolio in the capital.
“We are delighted to welcome the first Curio Collection by Hilton property in the much-loved city of Paris.”