Les Jardins de Camille is a pretty stone building with a cobbled courtyard in Suresnes, a suburb of Paris. Once a cattle stable, it's now a smart little hotel and restaurant.
     Its five bedrooms, more spacious than those you would find in the centre, are smart and chic: minimalist and modern, with blocks of bright colour from bedsheets and curtains. A flat in similar style, with a living area and kitchen, is also available, tucked up in the rafters.                
     The hotel's restaurant is popular with locals and residents alike. Bright and airy, it does a brisk trade in business lunches. In the evening it becomes rather more formal and intimate: lights are dimmed and candles are lit. The restaurant serves traditional French cuisine alongside their own wine and a signature dessert, pain d'epices au miel. The last two can also be bought from the hotel shop. Drinks and food can be taken out on to the roof-top terrace, which offers a terrific panorama of the distant bustle of central Paris, including the Eiffel Tower.