October 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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L'Hotel in Paris, France
Surrounded by the artistic ambience of the St. Germain-des-Prés district, L'Hotel is a Parisian legend. This historic 19th-century hostelry was stunningly refurbished by interior designer Jacques Garcia, who modernized its character while maintaining its original landmark tributes. With its own unique personality, each room pays homage to a person or place, from the Loti, with its exotic Arabesque motifs, to The Cardinal, a terraced apartment with enchanting rooftop views, to The Oscar Wilde, a Victorian retreat where the notorious writer spent his last days.
Your sanctuary is within easy reach of art dealers, galleries, cafés and the book stalls along the Seine. You might also walk to the Musée d'Orsay, to explore the vast collection of Impressionist masterworks. After climbing to the top of the Eiffel Tower or day tripping to Versailles, unwind back in the calm of the hotel. Within the old vault, the swimming pool and hammam exude the spirit of an ancient Roman bath, while "Le Restaurant" serves gourmet cuisine overlooking a tranquil patio and fountain.
Location of L'Hotel
Nearest Airport: ORY
Amenities for L'Hotel
- General Information
- 24 Guest Rooms
Reviews for L'Hotel
During our honeymoon my wife and I used our Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card points to stay at the L'Hotel. We decided to stay here because it is the last place Oscar Wilde lived (aka the marketing scheme worked). We upgraded to a Junior Suite, which normally would cost around $500USD per night. Luckily we had enough points to cover the whole thing so we splurged. The room came with a jacuzzi tub and a separate shower. There were French balconies in both the bathroom and the living room. We didn't have much of a view except for the back of some other buildings. The elevator is VERY small. You have to send the bags up separately. The bar downstairs stocks only topshelf alcohol and the only drink I had, a Maker's Mark and Coke, cost 30 euros. The wall of the bar is covered in celebrity photos including: Keanu Reeves, Robert Deniro, and Mick Jagger. In the basement, there is a spa area. Massages are available by reservation only. The pool is private and small. You must reserve it for one to two hours at a time from the front desk. It comes with clean robes, a shower, and a pool you could not swim laps in if you tried. The restaurant in the lobby is a Michelin starred restaurant as well but it was closed for renovation during the month of August. In August most of Paris goes on vacation and many businesses are closed. They do serve a very limited breakfast from 7-10am. You are better off finding a cafe. The staff were very friendly and helpful. I would only stay here again if it were free or if I were using points. Parisian charm is nice but isn't worth $500 per night.
Baker W - Los Angeles, California
Wow what a fantastic charming hotel. It is a lovely quaint boutique hotel right in the Latin Quarter. The rooms are decorated fabulously and the bar was excellent and the staff were tremendous. I would recommend to anyone. Excellent value for money.
Devon E - London, United Kingdom
The concierge at this hotel are incredible. We asked their advice to book some hot Parisian restaurants. Unfortunately even they were unable to get us a table. However they then offered some recommendations and they totally nailed our style. We went to two of their recommendations and they were incredible, it felt like they tailored their choices to us and not just a tick-box list of restaurants given to everyone. Our room wasn't ready when we arrived so we used the hamman which was very romantic. The rooms are small but it is Paris and it is a great location. L'Hotel is a wonderful, quirky, boutique hotel where the staff really take the time to look after you personally.
No question, St Germain is my favorite area of town, and this hotel is the standout among MANY wonderful hotels in that area. The rooms are magical in their decor and originality, you will feel as though you have stepped back in time- perhaps into a movie from the 20's. The spiral staircase, the ever-so-tiny lift barely large enough for a roller bag- all add to the magic and ambience. I found the service to be good to adequate,but it did vary a bit. You will pay top dollar for the experience. I personally loved it, but may not be for everyone.
albpaull - Portland, Oregon, Usa
Fantastic! We enjoyed the comfy bed, the vintage decor, the winding staircase, and the basement pool. The cocktails at Le Bar are smooth and delicious. The food at Le Restaurant is creative. We will return!