Cinema-inspired Hotel Reopens in Paris

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After an extensive renovation, G.L.A Hotels is re-launching the Hotel Jules in Paris’ 9th Arrondissement. The inspiration for the Hotel Jules came from the iconic French 1962 movie Jules et Jim, directed by François Truffaut.

Hotel Jules has 100 rooms on six floors in four categories: Standard, Superior, Deluxe and Junior Suite. The Standard, Superior and Deluxe rooms are simply designed with touches of the 50s, 60s and 70s throughout. The six Junior Suites have their own elevator access and are located on one suite per floor with a private entrance lobby. The hotel also features a completely renovated lobby and bar area, a fitness center and a breakfast room.

Hotel Jules is the newest member of the G.L.A collection and is branded under the "Casual Chic" category of hotels.


Rates for Hotel Jules begin at $160 for a standard room and go to $627 for a Junior Suite.

Visit www.glahotels.com or www.hoteljules.com


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