Montalembert Hotel Paris
The Hotel Montalembert, historic landmark on the Left Bank of Paris, re-opened in October 1990 after nearly a year-long, 8 million dollar restoration and refurbishment. It was one of the first "Boutique Hotel" of Paris. Built in 1926, the Hotel Montalembert is located in the center of Paris, in the heart of Saint Germain des Pres, home of the art galleries, antiques, fine shopping and few steps away from the Musee d'Orsay and the Louvre. The name Montalembert comes from Charles Forbes Montalembert, a famous politician, writer and member of the prestigious Academie Francaise.Whether classic or contemporary, each of the 56 rooms and suites have an individual look and offer warmth and welcome in equal measure along with high standards facilities. Multi-channel flat screen TV with DVD and CD player, DVD and CD library, Wireless internet connection, two lines telephone with voicemail, alarm-clock radio, personal safe, mini bar, hairdryer, fine linen, dry cleaning and valet service, 24 hour room service, andcomplimentary newspaper. Bathrooms have been fitted out with every conceivable luxury in mind- fabulous deep bathtubs, with state-of-the-art chrome fixtures; Cascais marble floors, and tall pivoting mirrors.In 1989, the hotel was purchased by Grace Leo-Andrieu and her husband Stephane, who undertook the meticulous refurbishment of the hotel's 56 luxurious rooms and suites. Mid 2005, the Hotel Montalembert became part of the prestigious Majestic Hotel Group, owned by the Soldevila, a long time family of hoteliers who already own the famous Hotel Majestic Barcelona in Spain.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Montalembert Hotel Paris
- 3 rue de Montalembert
- Paris, 75 007
Ideally located in the very heart of the city, on the left bank, close to the Saint Germain area and walking distance from the Orsay and Louvre Museums. * Charles de Gaulle airport: 45 minutes * Orly airport: 35 minutes * Gare du nord: 15 minutes * Metro and bus station "rue du Bac": 2 minutes
Directions to Hotel
Main direction: Saint Germain des Pres district, crossroad of boulevard Saint Germain, boulevard Raspail and rue du Bac.
A perfect place to organise any kind of exclusive meetings, cocktail party and dinner where every guest will receive personalised service in a warm and professional environment.
Fine Dining on Site
Should you choose the intimacy of the fire place lounge, the sunny outdoor summer terrace or the privacy of the Gallimard for every occasion. Or the "Rive Gauche" chic restaurant.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Meeting Space
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Biking, Touring
- - Dining
- - Theatre & Museums
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