Why choose our hotel?

Your train was delayed? There was a traffic jam on the motorway? Our night porter is at your disposal to check you in irrespective of your arrival time.

All our rooms have double-glazing for a peaceful night’s sleep.

You will have no trouble parking since our hotel is two minutes from the car park at Gare Montparnasse.

Being right next to Gare Montparnasse means you have access to all public transport just outside your hotel:
Metro lines 4, 6, 12 and 13 at the “Montparnasse-Bienvenüe” station
Bus lines: 28, 58, 91, 92, 94, 95 and 96
The Air France coach station
A taxi rank
A car hire centre

From the hotel, you can quickly reach all the tourist areas of Paris:
The Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées, Place de la Concorde, Trocadéro, La Madeleine and the major department stores, Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Boulevard Saint-Michel are all a single metro ride away.
The Opera, the Arc de Triomphe, the Hotel-de-Ville and Bastille can be reached by bus from the hotel.
With the City Bus, beside the hotel, you can explore Paris by day or by night.
We would be delighted to give you full details of this information at reception during your stay.

The very lively district of Montparnasse offers a multitude of brasseries, various restaurants and typical bistros. Don’t forget to try one of the many crêperies at the top of Rue Montparnasse, the brasserie La Coupole or the restaurant Chez Bébert, which have become Parisian institutions.

There is a lot of entertainment available in the Montparnasse area. If you like the theatre, you will be particularly spoilt as the hotel is close to the Rue de la Gaité, and is surrounded by 4 theatres in addition to the Bobino music-hall theatre.

You can buy tickets up to the last minute from the “kiosque” on the forecourt of the train station.


500 metres from the hotel: from the top of the Tour Montparnasse, you can take in a 360° panoramic view of the most beautiful monuments and areas of Paris. One of the fastest lifts in Europe will take you to the 56th floor in 40 seconds. At a height of 210 metres, the roof-terrace is the highest open-air observatory in Paris. In fair weather, you can see up to 40 km in the distance.

To make the most of the magic of this view of Paris, book an evening meal at the “Ciel de Paris” restaurant.

At the foot of the tower, for shopping fans or for a convenience store, you will find a retail park and Galeries Lafayette Montparnasse.

There are lots of theatres around Montparnasse. All within a 700-metre radius of the hotel you will find the Gaité Montparnasse Theatre, the Rive Gauche Theatre, the Montparnasse Theatre, the Edgar Theatre and the Bobino music-hall theatre famous for comic acts.

A 20-minute walk from the hotel, explore the famous Catacombs, a maze at the heart of underground Paris, and take yourself on a trip outside of time. In this unique site 20 metres under the ground, arranged in the galleries of former quarries, the history of Paris and the geological evolution of the earth meet.

Situated 1.5 km or a 15-minute walk from the hotel, the Luxembourg gardens are a haven of greenery of some 23 hectares, with flower beds, fountains and sculptures. Created in the heart of the Latin Quarter in 1612 at the request of Marie de Médicis, the “Luco” as it is nicknamed by Parisians is home to numerous listed buildings such as the Luxembourg Palace, the Luxembourg Museum, the Orangerie and some splendid greenhouses.

A fifteen minute walk from the hotel, the Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art is a creative space for artists and a venue where art meets the general public. Its purpose is to promote and support international contemporary artistic creation in every domain: painting, sculpture, video, design, photography, etc. It schedules theme-based exhibitions but also workshops, shows and guided tours.

250 metres from the hotel, discover the workshops, apartments and gardens of Émile-Antoine Bourdelle, the celebrated sculptor who is famous all over the world for his monumental works. The place has been converted into a museum. You can see works by Bourdelle, but also exhibitions of contemporary artists. (Antoine Bourdelle is buried nearby, in Montparnasse cemetery).

700 metres from the hotel is the “Musée du general Leclerc de Hauteclocque et de la Libération de Paris – Musée Jean-Moulin” designed by World War II historians, two museums where you can relive one of the key moments of 20th century history.

An unusual tour of the largest green space in the capital, less than 15 minutes from the hotel. You can wander round the alleys of this peaceful spot which is the last resting place of celebrities such as the poets and writers Baudelaire, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Guy de Maupassant, Eugène Ionesco and Samuel Beckett, sculptor César or singer songwriter Serge Gainsbourg.

10 minutes on foot from the hotel

Approximately 20 minutes on foot from the hotel