STAY IN PARIS: Hotel de Lille (75007) Saint Germain des Pres

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Address: 40 Rue de Lille, 75007 Paris

Phone:01 42 61 29 09

Feeling: French Charm

 

If you’re looking for a place to stay in Paris, located close the Musee d’Orsay is this renovated boutique hotel – Hotel de lille.  It has some charming yet smallish rooms (be warned this is everywhere in Paris!) with a focus on a design twist of yesteryear.  Infused with many flea market finds in the 7th arrondissement by designer Jean-Luc Bras.

 

This is one of the best areas to stay – though not cheap – you can just walk to the Eiffel Tower or even the Louvre Museum.

 

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The 15 rooms in a 4 star hotel was inspired by poets, writers, painters and french entertainers that made the 7th neighborhood come to life back in the day like Patrick Modiano, François Truffaut, Françoise Sagan, Juliette Gréco, Marguerite Duras, Miles Davis, Henry Miller, Ernest Hemingway, Boris Vian, Jacques Prévert, Raymond Queneau, Simone de Beauvoir et Jean-Paul Sartre, Louis Aragon, Albert Camus, Serge Gainsbourg.

 

Each room is an invitation to discover these personages.

 

Near by: There’s lots to see and do in the 7th arrondissement but here are a few places in walking distance from the hotel:

Rue de Bac, Louvre Museum. D’Orsay Museum, Eiffel Tower, Seine River, Le Comptoir des Saints Pères, La Laiterie Sainte-Clotilde, Coutume Café, 13- a baker’s dozen, Eric Kayser…

decor boutique hotel lille paris 75007

The ++

Free Wifi

Air condition

Close to Musee D’orsay and can walk to the eiffel tower

Saint Germain des Près great location

 

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Mini-bar

Nespresso Machine

AC

Beauty products from Clarins

Cable TV

 

 

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Book it: from 230 Euros per night

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2 Comments

  • Reply June 15, 2016

    Nandi

    Dear Yanique, a simple typing error on your part – but one that keeps repeating in your blog – it’s Louvre NOT Lourve.

    • Reply June 18, 2016

      yanique

      Thanks Nandi! I try to catch them all but I’m dyslexic and sometimes spellcheck is lazy 🙂

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