4 star hotel in Paris
On the Left Bank, in the Latin Quarter by the Seine, a short walk from Notre Dame cathedral, the Hôtel Les Rives de Notre-Dame stands at the historic heart of Paris.
City of light, museums and love, Paris is guaranteed to sweep you off your feet!
A centrally located ten-bedroom boutique hotel in the beating heart of Paris.
All rooms afford views over Notre Dame cathedral and the Seine. Enjoy the stay of your dreams in this 4-star hotel furnished in typical Parisian style, offering an outstanding level of service and comfort.
Infused with Parisian chic, the bedrooms exude refinement and romance, where modern comforts meet traditional French design. The exposed beams and stonework of the 17 th -century building, and wooden parquet flooring are brought to life with a modern eye. Individual touches, such as a carpet or vintage chest of drawers, make each room unique.
A celebration of French taste through the ages, from timeless Jouy prints to the latest designer trends.
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The city’s oldest neighbourhood, the 5th arrondissement of Paris encompasses most of the Latin Quarter. Settled by the Romans in Antiquity, it is home to ancient baths at the Cluny Museum and the Arenas of Lutetia - both close to the hotel.
The hotel itself is a 17th-century residence on the banks of the Seine, close to Notre Dame cathedral, a short walk from the Île Saint-Louis, the Sainte Chapelle and the Louvre.
It was immortalised in Jean-Luc Godard's breakthrough 1960 movie Breathless, a cult film of the French New Wave that influenced a generation of young filmmakers.
The hotel has been fully refurbished and reopened its doors in spring 2002.
True to our philosophy, it combines the comfort and services you expect from a 4-star hotel with the look and feel of a Parisian apartment.
Which is why each room is unique.
In the heart of the 5th district of Paris
In the center of the City of Light, in the heart of the historic Paris, always appreciated by Parisians!
With a view on the Notre Dame cathedral