Saturday, July 4, 2009

The Hilton Paris which is no more


The large building in the center of the photograph, located at 18, Avenue de Suffren, was called the Hilton Paris (not, you will note, the Paris Hilton!) when we stayed there a couple of years ago. It has since changed hands and is now part of the Pullman hotel chain.

On the right, is a well-known Japanese museum.

4 comments:

Starman said...

I never stayed there, but I did use their toilet once.

Jacob said...

That's funny, Starman. Was it nice?

Louis la Vache said...

Even in Paris, American companies managed to build buildings of the stacked ice cube tray school of architecture....

Jacob said...

I agree, Louis. It is as ugly as sin! Inside it wasn't too bad, though, and the staff was great.