More like a deluxe guesthouse, the Hotel San Regis offers an exquisite setting with its terraces affording guests stunning views overlooking Paris rooftops. As Travel and Leisure Magazine wrote, What a lovely place to hide out. The formal gardens that flank the Champs Elysees were the site of the World Fair of 1885. Today, they are occupied by the Grand Palais and Petit Palais, just a short walk from the elegant wrought iron marquise at the entrance to Hotel San Regis. The hotel interiors are ravishing in colour, textures and imagination; the rich patinas of the cabinet-makers craft contrasting with the luxuriance of antique furnishings. The hotel has the charm and warmth of a private club having just 33 bedrooms and 11 suites, three of them with a terrace. The intimate dining room does not advertise itself but its discovery is a joy indeed.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Hotel San Regis
- Rue Jean Goujon 12
- Paris, 75008
The San Regis Hotel is located between the Champs-Elysees and Montaigne Avenue.
Directions to Hotel
From the Paris ring road ('boulevard peripherique'): Exit the ring road at Porte Maillot. Take the Avenue de la Grande Armee in the direction of Place de l'Etoile (Arc de Triomphe) then head down Champs-Elysees avenue until you get to the roundabout. Turn right on Avenue Montaigne, then take the first street on your left (Bayard street) to Francois 1er square. Then take Jean Goujon street in the direction of Franklin Roosevelt avenue.
Fine Dining on Site
San Regis - The restaurant is nestled in the decor of a library and serves traditional French cuisine, inspired by the Provence region. It is adjacent to the English bar, Winter Garden and "Boiseries" lounge.
Theatre & Museums
Close to the River Seine, the hotel is also near numerous art galleries and a number of theatres.
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
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- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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