Within walking distance you can visit The Louvre museum that
holds the famous Mona Lisa painting, spend an evening at the Opera Garnier or discover the
Place de la
Concorde, which is the largest square in Paris and home to the Luxor Obelisk,
but also nearby are the Tuileries Gardens, the Avenue des Champs
Elysees, the River Seine
where you can take a stroll or take a cruise on the Seine
and a little further you could be at Notre dame Cathedral or
the Pompidou Centre,
also called the Beaubourg.
There are also Paris museums
such as the Musee
Grevin, the Mus?e des Arts
Decoratifs, the Musee de l'Orangerie and the Musee des Arts
et Metiers within walking distance along with many Paris restaurants that can cater
for all budgets and tastes like the haute cuisine restaurant Le Carre Des
Feuillants, the Mediterranean feel of the Paris bistro
Tapas or perhaps a late night meal at the Au Pide de
Cochan that never closes is appealing when choosing where to eat out in Paris.
The Hotel Facilities
As you can appreciate from a well respected and luxury 4 star hotel in Paris, there is a
24 hour front desk with multi-lingual staff and a full concierge service to cater for all
your needs including baby sitting services, booking tickets for cabarets and shows,
of Paris and airport transfers and the concierge staff are all members of the
prestigious 'Clefs d'Or Association', which ensures their competence.
There is a fitness centre located on the Mezzanine level of the hotel with a range of
items suitable for a full workout, which is open seven days a week from 7am to 11pm and
free to use by people staying at the hotel.
Also on the Mezzanine floor there is a business centre, which is again available to all
guests and is open 24 hours a day and includes computers with US and French style
keyboards, Internet access and colour printers.
Now for the all important re-fuelling of your own system.. There is a light, bright
and lively brasserie called La Brasserie du Louvre that offers traditional French cuisine with
seasonal variations and is open for breakfasts, lunches and dinners, plus has an ever
changing menu and an a la carte option, you can choose to eat inside or out on the terrace
that looks out across to the Palais Royal and the Louvre. The brasserie is open
everyday for breakfast from 7am through to 10am, lunches are served from midday to 5pm and
then dinner is available from 5pm through to 11pm.
The Defender Bar is at the very heart of the hotel, where you can not only enjoy a
cocktail, but light lunches and afternoon tea are also served here in an informal
and warm atmosphere, which is open from 8am through to 1.30am, plus on certain evenings of
the week there is live Jazz music to enjoy and while away the evening relaxing before
another hectic day of sight seeing the City of Lights.
However, the Hotel du Louvre is also a perfect location for those wishing to organise
private events, whether it be for a business meeting, family gathering or a gala
dinner. The meeting rooms have a luxurious and warm feel and are all equipped with
the latest technology and there are eight private rooms, seven are located on the
mezzanine floor and the largest is located on the ground floor.
Hotel Room Facilities
There are a wide variety of hotel rooms and suites to choose from depending upon your
budget and each of the 177 rooms and suites at the Hotel du Louvre has been updated and
stylishly redesigned by the famous Interior Designer Sybille de Margerie.
All of the rooms are unique and benefit from individual touches, exceptional views, and
are contemporary in stying yet retain a traditional atmosphere.
The rooms at this hotel in Paris all come equipped with air conditioning and sound
proofing, free WiFi internet access, flat screen LCD TV with Satellite TV, a mini bar,
personal safe, direct dial telephone, voice mail box, hairdryer and designer toiletries.
There is of course 24 hour room service available as well, but by staying in one of the
Deluxe rooms you get the added benefit of more space along with luxury bathrobes and
The suites also have a complete sound system and the ultimate in Luxury is the Pissaro
Suite, where you would have the opportunity to be immersed in the history of the Hotel du
Louvre, and appreciate the outlook that so inspired the artist Pissarro to paint his
impressionist views of Paris from any one of the six floor to ceiling windows that grace
This particular room has a lot of added extras such as two large bathrooms with one having
a Jacuzzi, the other a Hammam, a home cinema system, DVD player and two mobile phones,
plus uninterrupted views of the Opera Garnier. It also has a separate sitting room,
large bedroom and walk in dressing room as well as a separate shower room, so as you can
appreciate, this will make your stay in the Pisaro suite a luxurious, unique and very
Rates as of 2010: An approximate guide is from 400 for a Superior room, 500
for a Junior suite, but from 3,600 for the ultimate Pissaro Suite.
Address & Contact Details:
Hotel du Louvre
Place Andre Malraux
Tel: +33 (0) 1 44 58 38 38
Fax: +33 (0) 1 44 58 38 01