Traveling across the globe can take a toll on weary baby boomers. However, those who journey to Paris for an upcoming vacation abroad can visit the Zen Bar a Sieste, which may help tourists recharge and feel refreshed beforeseeing all this iconic city has to offer.
This establishment may be called a bar in French, but the main feature is not an extensive cocktail list, but rather opportunities to take a comfortable nap, reports The New York Times. Patrons are encouraged to book a dimly lit room to close their eyes and enjoy tranquil music, anti-gravity chairs and shiatsu massage beds.
According to the company's website, this special establishment also offers guests the opportunity to indulge in several spa treatments, such as manicures, pedicures and signature massages. Naps are kept short and often do not last more than 25 minutes, but those who wish to snooze a little longer can book a longer siesta time as well.
Travelers who wish to experience some of the unique and local flavor while in Paris can check out the Zen Bar a Sieste on their next adventure travel trip.
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