Services

Hotel Appia, Paris

HOTEL APPIA LA FAYETTE - PARIS

A comprehensive range of services available.

A comfortable and peaceful break near the Butte Montmartre.

Breakfast

The delicious gourmet breakfast buffet provides a varied selection of hot and cold beverages, breads and tasty pastries – croissants, chocolate croissants, raisin bread, apple pies, mini Swiss pastries and much more to give your day a flying start! You’ll also find a range of seasonal jams, cereals, breads, sweet and salted butter, as well as freshly squeezed fruit juice, cold meats, eggs, sausages, and fruit salad. If you’re in a hurry then you can also reserve an ‘Express Breakfast’.

Our Room Service

Have you arrived late to a meeting or had a late journey? Or you do just not want to go out for dinner? Never fear, as you can enjoy the hotel’s room service instead. You can order a meal tray in your room: we offer a variety of small dishes, from simple snacks to full meals, including a small rocket salad with Italian dressing to a Club Sandwich and an excellent steak tartare. If you don’t want to have dinner alone in your room, we can offer you a room on the ground floor instead. Service daily from 17:00 to 1:30.

Seminars

The lounge, located in the hall on the ground floor, boasts a TV and offers a wide selection of drinks, both hot or cold, with or without alcohol. We can welcome you from noon to midnight, whether you’re looking for a relaxed drink or somewhere to go after a business meeting.

Lounge

The lounge, located in the hall on the ground floor, boasts a TV and offers a wide selection of drinks, both hot or cold, with or without alcohol. We can welcome you from noon to midnight, whether you’re looking for a relaxed drink or somewhere to go after a business meeting.

Matisse Pompidou

Henri Matisse at the Centre Pompidou

Story of a life lived for art. This could be the subtitle of the exhibition devoted to Henri Matisse at the Centre Pompidou. Entitled “Matisse as a novel”, it pays tribute to the painter on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of his birth. To be seen until 22 February 2021. Why should you go […]

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