A trendy and expensive hotel/restaurant/bar that occupies a building formerly of the American Legion Paris Post 1. Pershing Hall served as a center of American activity in Paris from after WWI until 1982. It had 55 rooms, housed numerous government organizations, and had a bar and gymnasium for its guests. The American Legion ceded control of the building to the Veterans Administration, who leased it to developers who run the hotel/restaurant.
49 Rue Pierre Charron , Paris , 75-Paris , Ile-de-France , France
When traveling Southeast on the Champs-Elysées, Rue Pierre Charron is on the right side. Pershing Hall is located near the intersection of Rue Pierre Charron and Rue François 1er.
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48.869089 2.302194 49 Rue Pierre Charron
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