It is small in size with some ancient style chairs. The large windows make this space bright and comfortable. n
Traditional 6 storey building. The hotel was a private apartment till mid 1900?s. It is conserving a nice short alley from the gate to the entrance. The last famous person lived here was the writer, Simone de Beauvoir. n
The rooms vary from small to medium in size and all in excellent conditions. High quality materials, blue, gold and white colour fabrics make a gorgeous harmony. From the antique furniture to the tiniest decoration details, great attention has been given in providing a romantic atmosphere worthy of a certain Parisian style. The bathroom is equipped with bathrobe, telephone and panel heater. In certain rooms, you can see a part of Notre Dame Cathedral from the window or overlook the famous Parisian roofs.
The breakfast room is on the basement in the renovated ancient cave. Tables are not large but nicely decorated with white linen and pale blue candles. Pictures on the walls also based on blue, making a relaxing atmosphere. There is a tea lounge/bar on nthe way to the breakfast room. It is decorated with traditional furniture, blue and gold colour as its basic theme, in an elegant and cosy atmosphere. The hotel presents some art objects from a neighbouring gallery in this lounge. n