The Latour-Maubourg Hotel welcomes you in a splendid private mansion dated Napoleon III, on Paris left bank, two steps away from the Invalides betwee, Saint-Germain quarter and the Eiffel tower.
The building was completely refurbished in 2006. On this occasion the original decorations have been valorised and each room has been individually designed using fine materials and antiques pieces providing historical accents.
The hotel owes his name to Jean Hector de Fay, Marquis de la Tour Maubourg, creator of the Forging Mills of Geugnon in 1724. The recent renovation has been conceived in the memory of his innovative spirit.
The hotel offers 17 rooms, all individually designed. In the very pretty hall reigns an atmosphere of silk, cristal and style. An elegant decoration, the majestic staircase, the mouldings on the ceiling, fire places and antic furniture have been combined with modern technology and design.
Our hotel has free Wifi access, a computer and a printer at free
disposal of our guests, a Hammam free of charge, and a team ready to
help you with any requirements during your stay.
- Buffet breakfast
- Air conditioning
- Pets accepted
- Internet access
- Free wireless internet access (Wifi)
- Laundry service
All of our rooms are decorated with refinement and attractive colours. Each with his own charm and particularity...
Our eight Classic rooms, smaller in size (10 to 13 sqm), are very colourful and decorated in different styles: Louis XVI, Louis XIII and Napoleon III. One on the ground floor has a private access to the little garden in the inner court yard.
Our four Superior Rooms (15 sqm) are decorated in different styles: Louis XV, Louis XIII and Napoleon III Attractive colours and original details grant the revival of history and spirit of the building.
We also have four Deluxe rooms.
Two of our Deluxe Rooms (25 sqm) are situated on the ground floor entirely decorated in the original style of Napoleon III with bees, splendid fireplace and mouldings on the ceiling. Two other Deluxe Room are on the first floor with a little balcony overlooking Rue de Grenelle. One entirely in red velvet with gilded bees style Napoleon III, beautiful antique furniture and a bathroom of red roses.
The Junior Suite (35 sqm) is composed of a large bedroom and a sitting room with fireplace and is situated right on the top floor with an overwhelming view over the Invalides. The room has been arranged according to the roofing in a rustic style, plum coloured with tissue « de Jouy ».
The bathroom has a central bath tub and is tiled in bordeaux and silver.
Some of our rooms can be twin bedded or single bedded according to your preferences.
- Free internet access
- Non smoking rooms
- TV with international channels
- Hair dryer
- Private safe
- Free wireless internet access (Wifi)
Standing in the 7th district of Paris, the hôtel Latour-Maubourg enjoys a privileged situation in Paris, a few steps away from the Invalides, the National Assembly, Grevin museum, Ecole Militaire and of course, the Champ-de-Mars and Eiffel tower.Metro station : Latour-Maubourg 50 meters
Access from Roissy CDG airport : Train RER B to "Saint-Michel Notre-Dame" station, then train RER C to "Invalides" station and one stop to "Latour Maubourg" station. It is also possible to take an airport shuttle to which stops at "Invalides", 750 meters walking distance from the hotel or one metro stop.Access from Orly airport: Orlyval shuttle to "Antony" station then train RER C to "Invalides" station and one metro stop to "Latour Maubourg". It
is also possible to take an airport shuttle to which stops at
"Invalides", 750 meters walking distance from the hotel or one metro
: Lines 28, 69 and 80
FANTASTIC, the location is perfect for visiting the major tourist spots, we actualy walked to most of them within aprx 15 mins! The room was excellent, the staff friendly and incredibly helpfull! We didnt eat in the hotel so can't comment on the food but if it was as good as everyhting else then Im sure its excellent. One tip, take advantage of the airport transfer, we arrived at ruch hour and took a taxi from the airport to the hotel, this cost 65 Euro compared with the 34 Euro we paid for the transfer back to the airport through the hotel.
All in all, a great hotel, we will definatly be staying there on our next trip to Paris.
Thomas E, UNITED KINGDOM
Noise of air-conditioning in the room and bad soundproofing.
Thierry A, FRANCE