This deluxe boutique hotel distinguishes itself through exquisite personalised service and just the right amount of warmth for those who wish to live à la parisienne. This luxurious guesthouse reflects the owner's passion for art through the ground floor's black marble Guy de Rougemont puzzle, through which a brass thread runs. The bar and restaurant is named Le Baudelaire because its ceiling bears a monumental fresco by Marco del Re bringing the verses of the Flowers of Evil to life. Built in 1870 and renovated in 2010, the air-conditioned city hotel offers 59 rooms in total and welcomes guests in a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities, a cloakroom and lift access. For an additional fee, guests may also make use of the room and laundry services.The rooms offer a variety of ambiances and promote a modern, refined luxury. The soft armchairs blend with crystal lamps and contemporary half-glazed, half-chrome offices. Each room features an en suite bathroom with a shower and hairdryer, a double bed and individually regulated air conditioning and heating. Other in-room amenities include satellite TV, a radio, hifi, safe, minibar and Internet access.
From CDG airport by train: take the RERB and stop at Chatelet. Change onto metro line 14 and stop at Madeleine. By car: take the A1 motorway and exit at Porte de la Chapelle for access to Paris. From Orly airport by train: take the RERB, stop at Chatelet, connect to metro line 14 and stop at Madeleine. By car: take the A6 motorway and exit at Porte d'Italie for access to Paris.