Need To Know
56, including five suites.
12 noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $358.59 (€317), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €3.30 per person per night on check-out. ⓘ
Rates exclude the Continental à la carte breakfast (€25 each).
In-room massages are available with a day's notice in Deluxe Rooms and above. No one has a problem with you smoking in your room – this is Paris, after all…
At the hotel
Book and DVD library, WiFi, beauty treatments on request, laundry service. In rooms: flatscreen TV, CD/DVD player, iPod and dock, minibar with free bottled water, air-conditioning, L'Occitane toiletries, coffee machines (in suites).
Our favourite rooms
We adore the eighth-floor suites not just their photographer-friendly views of the Eiffel Tower, but for their wonderful, apartment-like feel. You’ll want to take the super-comfortable Christian Liaigre sofabed home with you. The Contemporary and Classic rooms, though of bijou Parisian proportions, are beautifully decorated. All come with huge windows for surreptitious people-gazing.
Bring your loosest skirts or trousers – with L'Atelier du Joël Rubuchon and Pierre Gagnaire's Gaya right next door, you’re going to want to seriously indulge.
Watch out for lively discussions and literary cocktails in June, when Montalembert hosts the Prix de la Romancière, a prize awarded to first-time female novelists.
Small and well-behaved dogs are welcome, and will find a cosy dog basket, plate and bottle of dog shampoo waiting for them at Montalembert. The chef can prepare dog food on request, and dog-sitting and walking services can be organised.
Children are very welcome at the hotel; free cots, extra beds (€80 for over-12s) and babysitting services (€30 an hour, plus €25 taxi fee) are all available. Le Restaurant has a dedicated children’s menu.