Escape to…Hotel du Louvre, a Hyatt Hotel | Paris, France

Hotel du Louvre is a luxury 5 Star hotel located in the heart of Paris, next to the Louvre Museum and close to the Opéra Garnier and the Palais Royal. Place Vendôme, Place de la Concorde, the Marais neighborhood, the Tuileries Garden, the major department stores and Notre-Dame Cathedral are a few steps away from the hotel, making it an ideal location for leisure and business travelers.

Built in 1855, our 5 star-hotel is one of the oldest in the City of Lights. Our hotel features 177 guest rooms, including 43 Suites, each one with its own distinguished style. Most of the rooms overlook the Louvre Museum, the Comédie Française Theatre or the Avenue de l’Opéra, others are facing the quietness of the inside courtyard.

Across the street from the hotel, guests find unique Parisian boutiques under the 17th-century arcades of the Palais Royal Gardens. Shops sell everything from antique miniature soldiers and custom-made music boxes to antique pipes, vintage couture clothing, and modern art. There is even a boutique dedicated to the little black dress. There are also several cafés and restaurants under the arcades with terrace seating in the summer overlooking the gardens.

Deluxe King

Deluxe King Room

Location: Paris, France
Distance from Airport:  Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG) approx. 55 mins. away | Orly International Airport (ORY) approx. 45 mins. away.

Brasserie du Louvre

The Bar, just past the lobby, is a decadent space for cocktails and snacks with red lacquered ceiling and black columns invites guests to relax and enjoy regular jazz evenings. In a cozy and intimate setting at the heart of the City of Lights, saxophone, trumpet, guitar and double bass invite you to a voluptuous night at the Hotel du Louvre Bar.

This Paris hotel also features Brasserie du Louvre, a typical Parisian brasserie which serves meals created by Michelin starred chef Guy Martin.

Ready to plan your “Paris” escape?  Contact me at karen.holmes@mei-travel.com.

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