Built in 1846, this historical hotel was furnished with furniture from the times of Louis XV, Louis XVI and Napoleon III. It offers a total of 101 rooms spread over 6 floors including 5 junior suites and 16 suites. Facilities include a lobby with a safe, a currency exchange desk, a cloakroom and lifts. A hairdresser salon is housed within the hotel and there are also 5 function rooms in Napoleon III style for business guests or functions. In addition, guests may enjoy the exceptional cuisine as well as the Duke's bar, playing live music in the evenings. In addition, the hotel has its own Internet access (WLAN), room and laundry services as well as parking facilities for guests arriving by car.
Guests have the opportunity to relax in the hotel sauna, steam room, various spa therapies, use the massage services or work out in the gym.
This attractive city hotel is located in the Rue de la Paix at heart of Paris, between the Rue Vendôme and the opera house. Les Tuileries, the Louvre and Faubourg Saint Honoré are only a short walk away. Opera underground station is a 2-minute walk and the Gare du Nord Eurostar Station is around 2.5 km away. The transfer time to Orly airport takes around 40 minutes and Charles de Gaulle airport is 45 minutes from the hotel.
The 20 m² classic opera rooms include a double bed or 2 singles. They offer a marble bathroom, bathrobe and a hairdryer. In addition, they include a desk with Internet access, a telephone, a minibar, air conditioning and double-glazed windows. The 35m² junior suites with a view over the delightful inner courtyard or the famous Rue de la Paix are additionally equipped with a sitting area, a fireplace, an antique clock and a king-sized bed.
By plane: Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG): 26 kilometres / 16 miles from the hotel.
By train: Railway Stations: from 10 to 20 minutes by taxi or public transportation Gare du Nord / Eurostar and Thalys: 2.5 kilometres / 1.5 miles.
By car: Take Peripherique Ouest, exit Porte d'Asniéres, go left, taking Avenue de la Porte d'Asniéres, and keep going on the same road Boulevard Malesherbes to Madeleine Church. At the church, turn left into Boulevard de la Madeleine. Take the second street on the right, Rue Daunou. At the traffic light, turn right into Rue de la Paix.