Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges - 1 Star Hotel in Paris France
Located within a classified historical building in Paris dating from the 1500s, the Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges has 16 en suite rooms and an old lounge come dining area, with the hotel having a 24 hour reception and also often used for photo shoots.
About Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges
Situated on an historical street within the Marais area in the 4th Arrondissement of Paris, at the end of the street you will see the Pavillon du Roi, which was constructed for King Henri IV at the start of the 1600s to form a gateway to the Place Royale, which is now called the Place des Vosges.
The Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges is located within a building that dates from the late 1500s and has been classified as one of the historical monuments in Paris along with others in the same road, the Rue de Birague, and therefore many of the original features remain.
Over the years the Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges has seen many famous guests including the writer and novelist Georges Simenon, and today this hotel is often used for photo shoots, and even tourists are allowed to come a visit this historical place, even if they are not staying.
Facilities at the Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges
You will find a 24 hour reception with staff able to speak English as well as French who will do their best to make your stay run smoothly by providing advice on places to eat or discover.
They provide a luggage hold service for those of you arriving early and although there are specific times for check-out, sometimes, depending upon availability, there is the option for early check-in or late check-out for additional charges.
Now because this is an historical building and former private mansion, unfortunately you can only reach the first floor via stairs, even though there is a lift to get to the higher levels from there, so hence it is not suitable for the disabled. However, you may be pleased to know that the Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges is one of the pet friendly hotels in Paris.
There is a cosy lounge come dining area which feels like you are being transported back in time with old furniture, exposed stone walls and original wood beams and here you can relax while utilising the free WiFi to keep in touch with family and friends back home or enjoy one of the hot or cold drinks available.
Breakfast is typical French continental style with fruit juice, hot beverage plus bread and pastries with accompaniments such as jams, which is available from 7am each morning at a time that suits you, but you can also request room service for breakfast as well.
Rooms at the Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges
There are a total of 16 rooms at the Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges and one of these called The Loft is located on the top floor and is classed as a suite, which is suitable for families or friends travelling together that has a separate lounge area and separate bedrooms that can cater for four adults plus children.
The remaining rooms are all relatively small and basic, but all have a modern ensuite, are double glazed, have a telephone, flat screen TV and free WiFi. Some of the hotel rooms have period features and a desk.
These rooms are arranged as twins or doubles, a triple and a quadruple room, plus a baby cot or child bed can be added to some rooms upon prior request and subject to availability.
Access to the Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges
Located in the 4th Arrondissement, when it comes to reaching the Boutique Hotel de la Place des Vosges via public transport in Paris, you will find that the Bus lines 69 and 76 along with the Noctilien Night Bus on lines N11 and N16 all stop on the Rue Saint-Antoine approximately 60 metres away from the hotel.
However, by walking to the Place de la Bastille you have the Metro station called Bastille serving the Metro lines 1, 5 and 8 and around this historical square in Paris you also have the Paris bus lines 29, 86, 87 and 91 plus the Noctilien N01 and N02 night bus lines as well.
Yet if you walk towards the River Seine in a southerly direction, you will come to the Sully-Morland Metro station serving line 7 and here you will find a bus stop for the bus lines 67 and 72 as well.