Paris surely has no shortage of historic tourist attractions, magnificent monuments, and a plethora of luxe accommodations, none of which, however, compare to OFF, the city's first floating hotel and bar.

OFF is nestled at the foot of the Austerlitz station overlooking the Seine, a 777-kilometer-long river and an important commercial waterway within the Paris Basin in the north of France. The hotel boasts 54 rooms, four suites, and a bar that features panoramic views of the aforementioned river. In addition, you will find an interior path, a plunge pool, and a marina, all located on the premises.

Parisians refer to the beautiful area surrounding the Seine as the 21st District, which is currently undergoing a rapid transformation combining modernity and history.

For more on OFF, as well as to book your stay, follow here.

For another summer-perfect destination, take a look at Greece's inviting Casa Cook Hotel.

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