Paris, France

L'Hôtel

15% off

Includes
  • Smith Extra: Either a glass of champagne each or, if you choose to eat in the restaurant, a bottle of wine selected by the maître d'
Offer details

Available to book until 31 Aug 2017

Valid for stays from 8 Aug 2017 to 31 Aug 2017

Terms & Conditions

Booking this Offer

Select your dates from the calendars below the room images to check availability and prices. To book by phone, call us on 1 800 464 2040 and mention the offer name.

Please note that this offer is subject to availability and black-out dates may apply. The hotel may withdraw this offer at any time and without notice.

Deposit Policy

The hotel will take a pre-authorisation equal to one night's stay at booking.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations made within 48 hours prior to arrival or no shows will be charged one night's stay. For stays of five nights or more, cancellations should be received at least seven days before arrival to avoid a one night cancellation fee.

7 room types available for this offer

Grand

  • 2adults
  • 1extra bed - $101.47 for ages 0 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
L’Hôtel’s three junior suites are 35sq m and overlook the street. Pierre Loti is decoratively inspired by eastern voyages of the eponymous novelist and naval officer; Saint Petersbourg conjures 19th-century Russia, featuring a majestic silk carpet; and Belle Epoque, the hotel’s newest suite certainly lives up to its name.

Chic

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Marco Polo didn’t die here, but still merits a room (35sq m) in his honour, decorated with antique furniture bought from famed Parisian auction house, Cornette de Saint-Cyr. Mistinguett evokes les années folles (1920s/1930s). Much of the furniture in this room belonged to Mistinguett, the most popular, well paid and risqué female French entertainer of her time. The walls are decorated with galuchat (ray skin) and trompe l’oeil and the room contains art deco ornaments and furniture. Another femme fatale, Mata Hari, lends her name to Chic Room 44, which is covered with rich fabrics, velvet and black lace. Reine Hortense is named after Napoleon’s daughter-in-law, and has a terrace and a small lounge, decorated with drapes and hangings to create a tent-like ceiling.

Oscar Wilde

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Named after the hotel’s most famous resident Oscar Wilde (who died here in 1900), this 35sq m suite’s walls are adorned with his – unpaid – bills and a reproduction of an emerald-green phoenix fresco painted in his London dining room. The bow window opens onto a private terrace, and the antique furnishings are from famed Parisian auction house, Cornette de Saint Cyr. There’s a roll-top desk and small seating area in the bedroom and wood panelling throughout. The bathroom has a semi-hidden, green-tiled bath tub and a separate walk-in shower, and the suite has a flatscreen TV, iPod dock, free WiFi, minibar, coffee machine, kettle and a selection of teas, and Green & Spring bath products.

The Apartment

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Named after Louis-Antoine, Cardinal of Noailles, L’Hôtel’s grandest suite (40 sq m) has a terrace overlooking the city rooftops and the bell tower of Saint-Germain-des Prés. The cardinal himself peers out from a portrait, and the crimson curtains match his robes.

Other offers

10% off

Includes
  • Smith Extra: Either a glass of champagne each or, if you choose to eat in the restaurant, a bottle of wine selected by the maître d'
Offer details

Available to book until 31 Aug 2017

Valid for stays from 8 Aug 2017 to 31 Aug 2017

Offer prices from

$325.78

$292.67

per night (ex tax)

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