At the Hotel Les Rives de Notre Dame you are in Paris. The atmosphere is Parisian, the charm and furnishings are Parisian, the affability of the personnel is Parisian, hosting guests with cordial professionalism, ensuring a pleasant stay in a hotel in Paris.
The roofs of the hotel, completely soundproof, are in an authentic historic Parisian residence, facing the Seine, with a view of Notre-Dame, a few steps from the Musée d'Orsay and from the Louvre. There is quiet in every room, from the reception to the breakfast room, from the hall to the rooms. the services and conveniences are the best among those offered by 4-star hotels in Paris.
- 24 hr Reception
- Free Wi-Fi Internet
- Laundry Service
- Tourist Information
- Transportation to and from airports and stations
- Reservations for museums, theaters, restaurants etc.
- Our establishment is unfortunately not accessible for people with reduced mobility (Wheelchair)
An Amazing View
Ville lumiere (City of Lights), city of museums, city of love. Paris is everything you could desire. Hotel Les Rives de Notre Dame, Paris welcomes you in an area with the most characteristic cafes and brasseries, with trendy new nightclubs; with the most important museums in the world, with the magnificent contemporary architecture, with shopping in the picturesque boutiques and high fashion show rooms.
Paris is there, just outside the exit of Hotel Les Rives de Notre Dame, to discover on foot, or on the metropolitan subway stopping three minutes from the hotel, or by boat on the Bateaux Parisiens along the Seine.
Facing the Seine and with a view of Notre-Dame, the Hotel Les Rives de Notre Dame, is in the heart of the Paris of everyone’s dreams.
In front of the hotel, the Île-de the Cité, the heart of Paris, in an atmosphere of art and history, with the marvelous Cathedral of Notre Dame with unequalled Gothic forms, and the Sainte-Chapelle. Here the immense windows, 15 meters tall, are a unique combination of colors and spirituality, while the historic Concergerie and Palais de Justice, a prison and court in Medieval times.
During the years of the French Revolution, it held in its cells and in its rooms Marie Antoinette, Danton and Robespierre, and it still has a disturbing atmosphere. Beautiful and sunny in every season, however, is the Marché aux Fleurs, the historic and picturesque flower market.
The Latin Quarter is all around the hotel. This is the Paris of lively atmosphere, little cafes, shops and narrow streets. This is the quarter of art studios, here is the Sorbonne, the most famous university of Paris, and here at one time only Latin was spoken, which gave the quarter its name. Event today between Rue des Ecoles and Rue Saint Jacques, students and professors are seen, among university bookstores and cafés. You must see Saint-Séverin, the delightful gothic church of the quarter and the Panthéon, the large church holding in its crypt the tombs of famous Frenchmen, including Voltaire, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Victor Hugo and Emile Zola.
There is also St-Germain-des-Prés, the elegant and intellectual area of Paris, the Marais, around the beautiful Place des Voges, authentic and lively, where craftsmen’s shops and antique stores are still seen, just a few metro stops from the Hotel Les Rives de Notre Dame.
It couldn't be easier!
Right in the heart of the city, the 5èth arrondissement, a neighborhood full of famous Parisian cafes like Cafè Flore, Les 3 Magots, Caveaux de la Huchette and Passage du Chat Noir, can be easily reached by public transportation. The Saint-Michel Notre-Dame subway station, where the RER B train stops, is accessible by the new elevator adjacent to the hotel and connects directly to the Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Paris-Orly (ORY) airports.
Paris, mon Amour!
The hotel was an inn for the neighborhood laundry ladies during the 1500s. Then, it became the residence of writer John Steinbeck and, in 1960, it was used as the site of a Luc Godard film À bout de souffle (Breathless).
Galerie des Chimères
La Galerie des Chimierés de Notre-Dame, inhabited by gargoyles, the friends who chatted with Quasimodo, the bell-ringer of Notre Dame de Paris, in the novel by Victor Hugo.