Deluxe room

Our Deluxe rooms are decorated in a fresh contemporary style chosen to blend with the history of Paris, one of the most romantic cities.

  • With a 22 to 26 sqm surface, Deluxe rooms can be converted with a king bed or two twin beds. Some are adapted for wheelchair use.
  • The room offers view over the typical Parisian street Stanislas or our main interior courtyard. Some of our Deluxe rooms offer a French balcony.
  • Sound insulation has been carefully studied to offer you perfectly soundproofed rooms.
  • The contemporary bathrooms are finished in Spanish Tiles, equipped with bath tub or shower and offer luxurious French toiletries by L’Occitane with fluffy bathrobes to complete your stay.

Room services

  • Free internet WIFI access
  • iPod/iPod dock
  • Wooden floors and light oak furniture
  • Spacious desk with leather coverings
  • Hair dryer
  • Reading lights
  • Flat screen satellite television
  • Courtesy tray
  • L'Occitane cosmetics
  • Direct line
  • Minibar
  • Safety box
  • Make up mirror
  • Towel warmer
  • Iron and ironing board no request
  • Individually controlled air condition
  • Room service

Check in: From 14:00 hours
Check out: Until 12:00 hours


Guest reviews

“We were on the 4th floor (Room 403) with a small balcony & view on the street. Room was very quiet and well equipped.” (BobH2003)

 


“we had 604 - lovely deluxe room at the top of the building - could even see the Sacre Coeur out of the window.” (paul_at_maisonMK)


“Room 604 on the top floor was perfect.” (SlowFoodTraveler)


“Room 507 is very bright, larger deluxe room with a sitting room. The bathroom is very large, and the shower and bathtub was a highlight. The view of the courtyard is fine - it's a very quiet room with plenty of space.” (AbbieB206)


“Room 203 is on the street side with a small balcony. The bed was a true King. Linens and pillows were awesome. If you are a light or late sleeper, choose a courtyard room.” (Nashvillebub43)


“We had room 203 which is at the front of the hotel. You do get noise from the restaurant across the road, but you also get a lovely balcony and the chance to soak up the ambience! Not all rooms at the front have a balcony, so best to check if you do want one. I would think rooms towards the back are more quiet.” (Dizzy93)


“303 was perfectly fine for us.” (Tommii)