Saturday, July 4, 2009

Crillon, Paris

One of Paris' many palatial hotels, Le Crillon consists of two 18th-century town houses on Place de la Concorde. What really makes the hotel stand out is its sheer amount of marble. The hotel's storied past is reflected by its status as a national treasure. The rooms do reflect the over-indulgent French cultural traits of the 18th-century, but that is to be expected wit zee French .

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