Most men manage to control the urge to sequester a chambermaid or baggage boy, but it’s only natural for a man to stumble upon a hot hotel employee fantasy when traveling alone.
There's no harm in being surprised when you arrive at hotel, as long as that surprise is limited to a room upgrade, a free bottle of Champagne in the room or especially kind service. Otherwise it's best to know what to expect when you select a hotel. This article provides general hotel information that you should be aware of when traveling in France regarding check-in and check-out, types of breakfast served, whether you should have breakfast at the hotel or head for a nearby cafe or bakery, room size, noise, air-conditioning and taxes.
What'll it be: A luxury palace, a 4-star hideaway, a high-end chain, a 3-star charmer, a love nest, a budget delight, a den of quirky characters? By a garden, a food market, a museum, shopping, notable restaurants? With a room for romance, for friends, for families, for a single traveler, for business? Independence is of utmost importance in our hotel reviews, recommendations and commentary and experiences.
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