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February 7, 2018 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

L'Hotel
13, rue des Beaux Arts
75006
Paris, France

Nearest Airport: ORY

Amenities for L'Hotel

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  • 24 Guest Rooms
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Reviews for L'Hotel

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I used to be addicted to staying here, but my business changed and I didn’t get to Paris. It has since changed ownership and has lost a certain je ne quoi pas.......Did not see the rooms, but had drinks in the bar. Service was cold, ridiculous mark up on wine, even by Paris terms, and full of a very unchic crowd.

Colin H


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Had an amazing chocolate with a friend last Tuesday. Very kind and professional waiter If you are looking for a quiet and luxury environment, you can go to this place, a very famous address on the left bank.

JCD0579 - London, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Last stayed at L'Hôtel about 30 years ago, but still visit every visit to Paris and toast Oscar with a glass of champagne. The staff is first class, the rooms are opulent, and the restaurant exception. Just remember all this ambiance comes at a price, but worth it.

Sam E - New Orleans, Louisiana


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

Ahh I love it here - we returned last week for my boyfriends 40th and whilst I was working in Paris - what a wonderful and lovely treat! From the faded grandeur to the maximalist decor - to imagined whispers in the secret corners - if walls could talk! The staff are fabulous, the bar is brilliant, the food in the restaurant - was inspired - I'm vegetarian so I ate from the natural menu and my boyfriend experienced the traditional 7 course dinner. It really was a taste sensation - we didn't want it to end - what a night. The wine that was recommended was a great addition and we left - going out into the Parisian air with happy hearts and full tummies! We stayed in Room 30 - a mignon room - with a great view out onto Rue Des Beaux Arts - I think I may be used to small city rooms - I found it just the right size - a cozy, romantic bolt hole of happiness. The bathroom was small but as a bath lover I found it just right - although we did seem to run out of hot water - but somehow didn't mind! Look forward to returning soon xo

AbigailMaryLouise - derby


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

It may be the place where Oscar Wilde quipped his last, but opulent boutique hotel L’Hôtel, on Paris’ arty Left Bank, is so much more than a fin-de-siècle relic. With a glamorous underground pool, a Michelin-starred restaurant and a bar beloved of the French capital’s style set, it is as much of a destination stay as ever.

ericdallemagne


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