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Hotel du Louvre, Paris

Posted on March 29, 2011 | HotelsNo Comment

Want to stay amidst four major attractions in Paris? With the four facades looking at the Opera Granier, Louvre Museum, Place du Palais Royal, and the Comédie Francaise, the Hotel du Louvre seems to captivate the attention of all those who feel proud to be amidst these Paris landmarks that speak of the legends unknown. Nestled in the heart of cultural as well as artistic area, this is the elegantly designed boutique hotel whose Second Empire architecture is also reflected by the flanking structures in this rich area of history.

Speaking of the interiors of the Hotel du Louvre, the lobby is genial but is yet relaxed, the reception boasts a welcoming atmosphere with the dark wood as well as marble walls emphasized via the ambient lightings, the staircase as a dramatic element, the chandelier flanked by green marble columns that give the final European touch, and finally the rooms that are traditional but yet comfortable. Such an elegant décor takes its inspiration from the actual Napoleon III style. Whether you come for business or pleasure here, the Louvre is as mesmerizing as any other 5-star luxury.

For some more fun, it goes without saying that the Louvre Museum is just nearby at a walking distance along with some great restaurants as well as shops below the Palais Royal Gardens’ arcades.


At Hotel du Louvre, there are 177 rooms situated handsomely on the five floors. They are embellished with eight different patterns right from dark green look to complement the mahogany furniture to the red rooms that honors the French flag. Further, they come with twin doors that are tucked between the hallway and sleeping area along with the two double-glazed window sets for the soundproofed atmosphere. Most of them are designed to offer the vistas of the inner courtyard as well as the boulevards that look over the legendary monuments.

Among the amenities, there exist pay movies, hypo-allergenic bedding, AC, complimentary newspaper, climate control, phone, dial-up Internet, mini bar, wake-up calls, housekeeping, extra towels/bedding, turndown service, designer toiletries, private bathroom, bathrobes, bathroom phone, hair dryer, iron/ironing board (on request), desk, cable television service, opening window, safe, rollaway bed, and crib.

All of them are totally non-smoking.


• 8 conference/meeting rooms that get lit naturally  • Event catering  • Business center  • Business services  • Internet access in public areas – surcharge  • Limo or Town Car service available  • Valet parking  • Banquet facilities  • Audio-visual equipment  • Fax machine  • Translation services  • Laundry facilities  • Currency exchange  • Secretarial services
• Domestic help available  • Restaurant(s) in hotel  • Room service (24 hours)  • Multilingual staff  • Concierge services  •  Complimentary newspapers in lobby  • 24-hour front desk  • Safe-deposit box – front desk  • Babysitting or child care  •  Dry cleaning/laundry service  • Shoe shine  • Doorman/doorwoman  • Security guard  • Air-conditioned public areas  •  Breakfast available (surcharge) buffet  • Porter/bellhop  • Express check-out


• Pool table  • Fitness facilities with free weights and cardio equipments  • Running track/path nearby  • Public swimming pool nearby  • Health club nearby  • Hiking/biking trails nearby  • Bicycle rentals nearby  • Aerobics nearby


At the Hotel du Louvre, there is only one main eatery, but is no less than a delight. This is named as the Brasserie du Louvre that is an expert in offering the classical brasserie menu, especially the cheerful as well as colorful salads. Talking about its interiors that is even more appealing, this dining room is bright with pale yellow leather booths, mahogany wood patterns, and light walls. When summer comes, the guests are invited to seat and enjoy on the outdoor terrace from where you can view the Louvre Museum as well as the Palais Royal. Expect a daily breakfast buffet for a fee, lunch, and dinner. Most of the time, the local theatergoers will throng the place.

Light meals all the day is served at the intimate Le Defender lounge that is heavily adorned with the red lacquered ceiling, columns of black marble, quirky touches by Olivier Gagnère, and velvet upholstered armchairs.


From $324 per night.

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