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Region Ile-de-France


    Île-de-France (literally "Island of France") is one of the twenty-six administrative regions of France. Created as the "District of the Paris Region" in 1961, it was renamed as the "Île-de-France" région in 1976 when its administrative status was aligned with the other French administrative regions created in 1972. Despite the name change, Île-de-France is still popularly referred to by French people as the Région Parisienne ("Paris Region") or RP. Ninety percent of its territory is covered by the Paris aire urbaine (or "metropolitan area") which extends beyond its borders in places.

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Hotel MISTRAL Star Star Star (Paris)

Hotel MISTRAL The charming and discreet hotel where Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre’s love blossomed in the 1940s has had a complete facelift, and today it is a harmonious blend of modernity, esthetic appeal, and comfort in a very peaceful setting.
Close to the centre of the lively Montparnasse area, the Hôtel Mistral*** is set in a quiet little street, far from the hustle and bustle. It features 37 very comfortable guest rooms with a style that is contemporary, elegant, and subdued. The Hotel features a lovely shaded and verdant patio which can be reached from the dining room and where you’ll enjoy a moment to relax, read, or get some work done in absolute peace and quiet.
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