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L'Hotel in Paris, France

Surrounded by the artistic ambience of the St. Germain-des-Prs 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, cafs and the book stalls along the Seine. You might also walk to the Muse 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

13, rue des Beaux Arts
Paris, France

Nearest Airport: ORY

Amenities for L'Hotel

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  • 24 Guest Rooms
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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I took my two girls (ages 12 and 14) to Paris for a long weekend, and we stayed at L’Hotel for 3 wonderful nights. The opulently decorated (think fine silks and velvets) rooms and public spaces gave us a taste of old world Parisian charm, while the service and location were second to none. I loved how close we were to the Louvre (less than 15 min walk), Norte Dame (10 minutes), Musee D’Orsay (30 minutes) - all while being in the heart of the Left Bank’s galleries/cafes/restaurants. The rooms were small but very well appointed. We certainly didn’t need anything larger as we spent little time actually in the room during our whirlwind visit. That said, the rooms were quite lovely - we had one “mingnon” (lowest tier) room and one of a higher grade. The difference appeared to be more based on level of decor (with the lower tier room more plane but certainly adequate) rather than size. The bathroom was quite small, but the water pressure was excellent, and L’Hotel provided very fine bath amenities (lavender scented bath products, fluffy towels and robes, etc.). The restaurant and bar/lounge are beautiful - a lovely spot for breakfast in the AM or an after dinner drink / cup of tea. Front desk service was always helpful with recommendations, reservations and whatever we needed. A+ experience.

aligm123 - New York City, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stayed here last week for a few days, lovely location 5 minutes from the Left bank of the Sienna, very near attractions like the fabulous Musee D’Orsay, lots of art galleries, restaurants and bars nearby, great for just strolling about. ‘Shakespeares’, the famous book store is also nearby, lots of books and amazing first edition section. The hotel is very discreet, you’d walk past it if you weren’t looking. I was checked in quickly with a hand towel and drink to welcome me. The room was lovely, well equipped with safe, mini bar, coffee maker, etc. We never used the bar which looks great but the dining room for breakfast was lovely, small and intimate with a well stocked buffet. Not being able to sleep I was up at 3am reading in the lounger and the night manager, Mr Belpy, very kindly bought me coffee, croissants and a paper! Quality service. We loved our stay and would strongly recommend the hotel to anyone. PS it may just be me but I found the Parisienne waiters and service far more friendly than previous experience!


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This is the fifth time we have stayed at L’Hotel; and it is, by a long way, our favourite hotel in Paris. The hotel is perfectly located, on the Left Bank and close to all the major tourist attractions. It is set in a quiet and attractive street and situated in a beautiful old building. The hotel itself is intimate and luxurious. All the rooms are stunningly and luxuriously decorated and furnished opulently with genuine antiques. Each room is individual; there are no standard rooms here. This time, we stayed in a room named after La Reine Hortense, which was one of the most luxurious rooms we have ever encountered anywhere in the world, complete with a balcony, amazingly comfortable king size bed and opulent bathroom and shower. The service is at once warm and superbly efficient. There is a small, beautifully decorated bar and a Michelin starred restaurant. And the entire hotel manages to combine world class luxury with a warm, friendly and intimate atmosphere. We now think of L’Hotel as ‘our hotel in Paris ‘ If you go there, you’ll see why.

QuentinYoknapatawpha - Yoknapatawpha

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I cant think of a more romantic, sensual and opulent in Paris (always with the best taste). After so many years together it really was like another honeymoon. The decoration is very dramatic and takes you to another world. The staff is very friendly and almost everyone looks like a model! The hotel manager was often around making sure that al the guests were fine and that everything looked picture-perfect. At night we had some amazing cocktails in their bar. I recommend you one with some sort of smoke that not only was very cool but also very tasty. The restaurant is fabulous but you also have other nice options around if you are staying there more than one night.

Flawless T T - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Excellent food. Service not deserving of One Star Michellen. Had tasting menu with wine pairings. Sommelier inattentive. Wine not poured when food came. Waited. Waited. Ate food so wouldn’t be cold. When server, who was embarrassed by this lack of service, alerted the sommelier, he became rude and ignored us the rest of night. Had to keep asking for more water too. Lovely atmosphere. Lovely food. Service unacceptable.

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