American Field Service Bulletin
American Field Service
Service Automobile Américain
Aux Armées Françaises
September 29, 1917
No more meals or lodging accommodations can be furnished at rue Raynouard or rue Lekain for permissionnaires. Baggage checked in the Cinema may remain there, and all mail and other business matters will be handled as formerly through rue Raynouard.
HOTEL DU PAVILLON
This Hotel at 38 rue de l'Echiquier, near the Gare de l'Est, has been opened by the American Y. M. C. A. for the exclusive use of enlisted men who arrive in Paris on permission. Soldiers living in Paris will be permitted to stay there only so long as it is not needed for men on leave.
This Hotel is as attractive a home as one would wish to have. It contains nearly three hundred rooms. There are beautiful club rooms, nothing better in the City, large lounging and reading rooms and a smoking room that will leave nothing to be desired in the way of recreation and the soldier on leave will have the best kind of a vacation in fine quarters at low rates.
The idea is to give a complete program for all the time the men will be in Paris, something for every day and evening while they are, here, if they care to take advantage of it.