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This new 40-room offering from Radisson Blu is supremely sleek. The discreet entrance is only a few metres wide, but once inside the triangular structure opens out into surprising volumes, with a monumental art deco-style fireplace, and cream leather and black granite reminiscent of New York in the 1930s. The first floor contains a swank insiders' cocktail bar, but the biggest surprise of all is the breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower from the front fraçade, best enjoyed through the huge oval window while lying on the four-poster bed of the sixth-floor suite. All rooms exude luxe, calme et volonté with solid oak floors, linen curtains and baths or showers carved from black or cream marble. And below ground is a sublime swimming pool and hammam reserved for guests.