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Hotel d'Aubusson in Paris, France

The Hôtel d'Aubusson is located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, in the 6th arrondissement. The neighborhood's artistic and cultural vocation has lasted since the 17th - 18th centuries. This exciting atmosphere can still be seen in the neighborhood and has forged the very special identity of the Left Bank of Paris.

The Hôtel d'Aubusson offers 49 personalized rooms and Junior Suites. Each instilling a cozy atmosphere, reflecting the French way of life with a modern day twist. Our Piano Bar offers entertainment and cocktails, and our Café Laurent offers a large selection of cold and hot alcoholic or alcohol-free drinks. Our centralized location affords guests the opportunity to visit the entire city very easily. Our concierge service will be delighted to provide you with help and recommendations.


Location of Hotel d'Aubusson

Hotel d'Aubusson
33 Rue Dauphine
Paris, France

Nearest Airport: CDG

Amenities for Hotel d'Aubusson

  • Dining
  • Cafe
  • Piano Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Housekeeping Service
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Activities
  • Excursions
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Museums
  • Interests
  • Hotels

Reviews for Hotel d'Aubusson

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Everything about this place is quintessential St. Germain. Small boutique hotel, a lot of history, and a pleasant staff. However, while the room size and layout exceeded my expectation, I was displeased with the bathroom. There was hair all over the walls! I had mentioned it to the front desk, but it may have been lost in translation as nothing was ever done about it. I ended up having to clean it myself, not the end of the world, but not something I would expect to do at a 5 star hotel. Nonetheless, the location is absolutely perfect and I would highly suggest getting a drink at Cafe Laurent and listening to the Jazz!

Chelsea B - new york, ny, United States

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

I must have visited Paris 20 times, and this is by far the best place I have ever stayed. I will never stay anywhere else again. Its beautiful and historic, and centrally located a short walk from all the sights, yet has a thoroughly modern infrastructure, so no worries about heating, air conditioning, noise, water pressure etc. The staff are especially kind and gracious. The beautiful buffet breakfast is an absolute steal at 25 Euros.

BostonWino - Boston

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I used to stay here many times about fifteen or twenty years ago. Loved it and the Left Bank. Well we came back to Paris again and this time decided to return to our former home. Truly a home. All the Right Bank hotels so lacking in the spirit and surroundings one finds only going Left. Yes big price inflation in all this time, but worth it. Old building going back centuries totally modernized few years back. But thick wooden beams still there. Great location in the 6e. Rooms very nice and modern without going nuts. Comfortable. Even in cold February when we visited. Service superb. So friendly and accommodating. Near everything. Many restaurants. Amazing concierge Jean Verzon who can arrange anything. Knows everything about Paris dining scene and all else. Great walking around district with so many shops and for me the most important, the patisseries. Bathrooms good showers and modern plumbing and some rooms have double sinks. All in all, this is a great place to stay and enjoy Paris.

jeffreyr932 - Delray Beach, Florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My husband surprised me for my 40th bday and this is where we ended up. The magic truly behind the hotel is the staff, ambiance, and chic luxury environment. So you know Alice walks into wonderland? Well this is how it feels when you first walk on off Rue Dauphine. It's walking into a magical luxurious wonderland. The hotel has beautiful beams and is a converted convent so there's some amazing history. We were there during Xmas week and they had transformed the entire hotel into such a festive place, it wasn't over the top, just lovely, festive, and elegant. Our room (room 301) was spectacular and huge for Paris standards. The Bathroom was separated by a door and the main door so it allowed for privacy and also was super quiet since you could close the door to the bedroom. Hermes toiletries, daily turn down, all the amenities you could think of in such a beautiful hotel were there. Best part, you get a cell phone in the room to use as a travel guide, make calls back home and it's included in the rate! I believe all guests got champagne for celebrating New Years over there and they always had some special fruits, chocolates for us. Bottled water is complimentary each day. There is a Nespresso machine and tea sachets as well. Breakfast and Jazz at night: YES get the rate that includes breakfast! Once again the magic wonderland transformation of a lovely breakfast buffet (breads, meats, cheeses, hot dishes, eggs, pastries, salad) are just what you need before setting foot in your daily Parisian adventure. One small suggestion would be to maybe provide a vegetarian quiche variety (they looked delicious but I was unable to try them with meat/salmon on them) The jazz several nights a week is also not to be missed, think madhatter tea's party, you would just want to be part of it!!! Have an aperitif, glass of wine and just sit back in the stunning ambiance and enjoy the fantastic music! Small suggestion here too, offer some cheese and crackers, potato crips, on bar menu for those vegetarians. ok now the staff: From Marina to Pierre to the ENTIRE staff at Hotel D'Aubusson, we are BEYOND touched by your kindness, thoughtfulness in making our stay truly a memory we will cherish for life. HATS off for a staff that is always smiling, attending to every request, so polite and professional, and yet added the personal touch of feeling like we have known them for a while. The staff really made our stay magical and we cannot thank you all enough. We travel a lot and thankfully have had wonderful experiences but in terms of the staff, please know you all raised the bar and hit the roof for class and hospitality- shout out to all of you and special shout out to Marina!! BRAVO! Just know we ABSOLUTELY cannot wait to return. Location: if I could give it 10 stars, I would rate It 15!!!!!!! perfectly located, tons of local spots cafes, shopping, restaurants (it is St Germain after all!!) , and supermarket as well! It is super easy walk to several Metros. We even took the RER and walked from the station to the hotel (follow hotels instructions and it was easy with luggage, be aware some places there are stairs only so if you have health issues please be mindful) We were also able to walk just about everywhere on foot to the major sites, Sacre Couer we did metro it but we promise you will love coming back to this whimsical wonderland after a long day of sightseeing!! Hotel D'Aubusson, Merci Beaucoup for making my birthday the most amazing magical and whimsical celebration! Simplement magnifique! Keep the magic alive!

moonrose12 - San Rafael, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

When I go to Paris, I love to stay on the Left Bank at this gem of a hotel with a rich history that still resonates in the Saint-Germaine-des-Prés neighborhood. When it opened in 1690, the hotel’s Café Laurent quickly became a center of French intellectual life, where writers like Voltaire, Diderot, Rousseau and Montesquieu would trade 'bon mots' while sampling the newest drinking craze ‘eau du café’ till the wee hours. That tradition was long dormant when, in 1945, the simple bistro the Laurent had become was granted an all-night license, which attracted the burgeoning postwar jazz and intellectual scene. Soon, the place had a new life as the jazz club Le Tabou, where Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Camus, Cocteau, Boris Vian (Best known perhaps for novels like "L'Ecume des Jours," literally "The Foam of Days," but a wicked good jazz trumpet player, too!), Raymond Queneau (For fun read his classic "Zazie in the Metro" sometime—or see the Louis Malle film), Miles Davis and the great French jazz singer and "Muse of Existentialism" Juliette Gréco all hung out. The club was then both the crossroads for the most progressive jazz in Paris and the main watering hole for the existentialist movement. Now, it is once again the Café Laurent, home to a less anarchic but nevertheless very enjoyable jazz scene in a more upscale yet comfortable and informal venue. If you know and love American jazz, you might like delving into this slice of the music's history in Paris, where jazz was integral to the city's larger intellectual life from the end of the Second World War to the seventies and beyond. It's really a fascinating scene and some of its most significant echoes are here. If you stay here, or even if you don't, make at least an hour or so of one evening listening to jazz in the hotel’s bar part of your Paris visit. The hotel itself is lovely, clean and very comfortable, with well-appointed, beautifully decorated rooms. If you want to dump your stuff and run, you can get one of the smaller sized ones but I strongly recommend getting a Jr. Suite room or larger to enjoy your stay in the hotel itself, as well. The buffet breakfast runs 25 Euros each but the variety and quality justifies the cost. The staff, from the front desk to the bar and the breakfast room, is uniformly very pleasant and professional, and the neighborhood sports some of the best dining and shopping in the city. If you can’t tell by now, let me tell you flatly that I love this place and it is my preferred place to bunk whenever I visit Paris. I recommend it to all, but especially to jazz and Left Bank lovers, with the highest degree of confidence and enthusiasm.

jgreen2016 - Washington DC, District of Columbia

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