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Hôtel d'Orsay

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  • 18th century
  • A collection of over
    40 authentic paintings resonating
    with those at the Orsay Museum
  • Rooms for families

"Serenity and elegance at just a stone’s throw from the Orsay Museum and Saint-Germain-des-Prés"

Four figurative sculptures nestling in the front of the 18th century building seem to guard the Hotel d’Orsay’s entrance. This classical style, which also appears in the lobby of the hotel, offers a contrast with the breakfast room’s modernity. In the morning, enjoy a quiet moment under the glass roof where a contemporary diptych signed Jean-Pierre Bertrand is on view, conveying the spirit of the place.

Amenities and services

  • Free and unlimited wifi throughout the hotel
  • Honesty bar
  • Free French and international press
  • Concierge service
  • Museum Pass for sale
  • Room Service
  • Open access to computer with internet access and printer
  • Laundry service (extra charge)
  • Airport transfer (extra charge)
  • Portable wifi hotspots to rent
  • Esprit de France bimonthly cultural newsletter
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"We want our guests to experience and to feel the pleasure we have in welcoming them. Generosity and altruism are the values defended at the Hôtel d’Orsay."

David Chevalier and his staff are keen to welcome you sincerely from your booking until you check out of the hotel

Rooms

Every one of our 42 rooms is individually decorated with antique furniture, authentic works of art and carefully selected fabrics. Some of them, very quiet, offer a view of the Orsay Museum.

Room details

Club Room - 2 people, 15 m2

  • Ideal four-star hotel rooms for a short stay. From 180 €

Classic Room - 2 people, 17 m2

  • Unique and peaceful 4-star hotel rooms for your stay on the Left Bank. From 200 €

Superior Room - 2 people, 20 m2

  • A fine personalised space to make your very own. From 220 €

Deluxe Room - 2 people, 25 m2

  • Comfort combined with peace and quiet in the centre of Paris, a step or two away from Saint-Germain-des-Prés. From 240€

Triple room - Deluxe - 3 people, 25 m2

  • A calm and spacious room that is ideal for families. From 240 €

Junior Suite - 2 people, 35 m2

  • A unique suite that makes you feel you are in a real Parisian appartment. From 290 €

Suite - 4 people, 50 m2

  • A unique Suite, both spacious and comfortable, with two balconies overlooking the roofs of Paris. From 300€
Contact & access Hôtel d'Orsay David Chevalier
93, rue de Lille
75007 PARIS
Metro: Assemblée Nationale (L12)
RER: Musée d'Orsay (C)
  • - The Orsay Museum, 2 minutes' walk
  • - The National Assembly, 5 minutes' walk
  • - The Orangerie Museum, 5 minutes' walk
  • - The Tuileries Garden, 6 minutes' walk

Nearby destinations

  • Le musée d'Orsay

    The Orsay Museum

    At the very heart of Paris, on the banks of the Seine and facing the Tuileries Garden, the Orsay Museum brings together a wide range of works from 1848 to 1914. It has the biggest collection of Impressionist paintings in the world.    

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  • Le musée de l'Orangerie

    The Orangerie Museum

    As its name suggests, the Orangerie Museum is located in a former orangery, built in 1852 by the architect Firmin Bourgeois and completed by his successor, Ludovico Visconti, to house the orange trees from the Tuileries Garden.

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