BridgeStreet, the business person’s Airbnb, has just opened a new hotel in Paris, the Mode Aparthotel.
Known for their smart apartment/long term stay units, BridgeStreet markets to the business executive who travels globally on a regular basis.
Their new Paris location is in the heart of the prestigious 16th arrondissement, close to the Arc de Triumph and nestled in a quiet street off Avenue Victor Hugo. Mode Aparthotel is the combination of two beautifully restored 19th century, neo-renaissance buildings with a brand-new building adjacent to a tranquil courtyard to enjoy and relax. The interior spaces are classic and modern in harmony – with specially-commissioned artworks in the public spaces, studios and apartments.
In addition to the modern amenities you’ll find at any accommodation (high speed Wi-Fi, guest lounge, 24/7 concierge) the 48 purpose-built studios and apartments are outfitted as an apartment with a dedicated working space, a kitchenette, and crockery and cookware included.
“Business travel today is catching up to the growing demands of a new generation of business traveler,” says BridgeStreet’s Chief Operations Officer, Brian Proctor. “While new technology and duty of care must be considered, culture and authenticity matter and Mode embraces the very best of Paris. We’re tremendously proud of creating this experience and excited to share it with travelers around the world.”
The immediate area around Mode Arc de Triomphe boasts some of Paris’ best boutiques, stores, restaurants, museums, galleries, and international schools. The property is also conveniently close to the corporate headquarters of some of the leading names in business, finance, industry and fashion, as well as numerous embassies, consulates and missions. Mode is minutes from the local Metro station, 15 minutes from Gare du Nord, and 35 minutes from Charles de Gaulle International Airport.
BridgeStreet has properties in 1,650 cities and 81 countries, providing serviced apartments, homes and extended-stay solutions to over 5,000 clients.
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