PAVILLON NATION

A 3 STAR DESIGN HOTEL SECONDS AWAY FROM NATION

 

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A DESIGN HOTEL WITH ULTRA PREMIUM SERVICES

 

Pavillon Nation, a 3* hotel of the Machefert Group, offers you 43 elegant, designer rooms, each equipped with modern amenities. The hotel is surrounded by many contemporary shops and restaurants and is not far from the Bois de Vincennes, a natural area of greenery almost 3 times larger than Central Park in New York.

 

PAVILLON NATION HOTEL

 

The Machefert Group's 3* Pavillon Nation hotel, just a stone's throw from the lively Place de la Nation and close to the Bois de Vincennes, a green space three times the size of Central Park, offers 43 elegant, designer rooms with modern amenities. The bathrooms are perfectly functional and the bedding top-of-the-range.

 

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LE PAVILLON NATION

 

The Machefert Group's 3* Pavillon Nation hotel, just a stone's throw from the lively Place de la Nation and close to the Bois de Vincennes, a green space three times the size of Central Park, offers 43 elegant, designer rooms with modern amenities. Bathrooms are fully functional and bedding is top-of-the-range.

 

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THE NATION DISTRICT


It's in this district that the oldest traces of civilization have been found. Today, Nation is a mosaic of villages and shops, and the Place de la Nation, on the border of the 11th and 12th arrondissements. Named after a series of name changes, it was formerly known as “Place du Trône”, then “Place du Trône-Renversé”. It officially took its present name on the occasion of the Fête Nationale on July 14, 1880, under the Third Republic.

 

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NATION


It's in this neighborhood that the oldest traces of civilization have been found. Today, Nation is a mosaic of villages and shops, and the Place de la Nation, on the border of the 11th and 12th arrondissements. Named after a series of name changes, it was formerly known as "Place du Trône", then "Place du Trône-Renversé". It officially took its present name on July 14, 1880, the national holiday of the Third Republic.

 

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