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Hôtel Caron de Beaumarchais Paris Marais

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"For an intimate and more traditionally-French feel, there is Caron de Beaumarchais in the center of the Marais, and just down the block from the once home of playwright and bon vivant Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, who penned The Marriage of Figaro and Barber of Seville, both of which inspired Mozart operas. While outside, you’re in the center of the Marais– streets brimming with Jewish bakeries and falafel shops– walking into the lobby, you’re immediately transported to 18th century Paris– floral wallpaper adorned with framed impressionist artwork from the period, a piano and harp in the salon, and a crystal chandelier up above for added old world glamor. The living quarters echo the same themes, with rooms swathed in provincial fabrics, floral wallpaper and beddings, exposed wood beams and crystal chandeliers. "

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