This four star hotel is just a stone’s throw from the Louvre, one of the most famous museums in the world and home to the Mona Lisa. You’ll also find excellent transport connections right on the doorstep, making it an ideal gateway to the rest of Paris.
Hotel facilities include dry cleaning, a reception desk, security, parking, laundry, and currency exchange.
Rooms at this luxury hotel near the Louvre come with all the mod cons that travellers have come to expect from capital city properties, including cable TV, complimentary toiletries, slippers, a hairdryer, mini bar, private bathrooms, and more.
The on-site business centre offers meeting rooms, translation services, audio and visual equipment, photocopying, banqueting, and conference spaces. If you have work to take care of, this property makes the ideal choice.
Leisure facilities include beauty treatments, a pool, spa, steam room, fitness centre, and massage. All staff are highly skilled and qualified, so you can be sure that you’ll leave your break feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
If you’re looking for a central property with a wide range of facilities and friendly staff to help you plan your trip, you can’t go wrong when you choose this hotel.
Our top picks close to this hotel
A guided tour of the Louvre is an excellent way to introduce little ones to art. As the museum is so large, a tour guide is ideal for ensuring you don’t miss the highlights.
An evening stroll along the Seine makes the perfect romantic date. Take a picnic with you, or just end the night with a slap-up meal in one of the many fine restaurants in the surrounding areas.
The left bank of Paris is a cultural hive, and can keep you entertained for days at a time. Visit the independent museums, stock up your wardrobe in the boutiques, and people watch from the pavement cafes.
Balouga stocks an impressive collection of design-led furniture and toys. If you want to add a little bit of Paris to your home, make sure that you call in here.
For eating out
Brasserie Julien is one of the most beautiful bistros in Paris, packed full of typical Parisian delights and serving excellent food. The menu is mainly French, but with an interesting international twist
Le Mauri7 attracts an unpretentious crowd of music lovers, and is a great spot for kicking back with the locals and enjoying a few drinks.