Stretched wall fabrics in warm shades or sepia tones, floral patterns or stripes, light woods and carpets with just a hint of colour, all create rooms which are at times opulent, and at times sober, depending on the mix. The communal area of the hotel has 2 cosy lounges and a small patio. It is an unassuming, convivial hotel in the heart of one of the most stylish quarters of Paris. Built in 1900, the hotel comprises a total of 34 rooms and features a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out service, currency exchange facilities and lift access. The air-conditioned establishment also offers a café, bar and restaurant, while Internet access, room service and a laundry service also feature.Each room is a quiet refuge with a unique décor and a combination of colours, patterns and textures with each detail carefully chosen to provide refined comfort. The combination of modern equipment and attention to detail adds to the pleasure of an unforgettable stay. The en suite rooms are fitted with a bathtub, shower and a hairdryer, as well as double or king-size beds, a direct dial telephone, satellite TV, a radio and Internet access. Guests can enjoy a drink from the minibar in the comfort of their own room or a drink of tea or coffee from the facilities provided. Added comfort comes from the individually regulated air conditioning and heating, and peace of mind comes guaranteed thanks to the in-room safe.
From Charles de Gaulle Airport: take the Roissybus to Porte Maillot, take Métro line 1 and exit at Franklin de Roosevelt. Take Avenue Montaigne, rue Clément Marot and the first left into Rue Chambiges. From Charles de Gaulle Airport: take RER B and change at Chatelet to Métro line 1 and exit at Franklin de Roosevelt, take Avenue Montaigne, Rue Clément Marot and the first left into Rue Chambiges. From Orly Airport: take Orlyval to the RER B, then take the RER B and change at Chatelet to Métro line 1 and exit at Franklin de Roosevelt. Take Avenue Montaigne, Rue Clément Marot and then the first left into Rue Chambiges. From Gare du Nord: take RER B and change at Chatelet to Métro line 1 and exit at Franklin de Roosevelt. Then take avenue Montaigne, Rue Clément Marot and the first left into Rue Chambiges. By car: take Porte Maillot, drive to Arc de Triomphe, then Avenue des Champs Elysees. Turn right into Avenue Montaigne, then right again into Rue Boccador, followed by the first right into Rue Chambiges.