THE HOTEL BONAPARTE ***
WELCOMES YOU IN ITS NEO-ROMANTIC UNIVERSE, IN THE HEART OF THE LATIN DISTRICT OF PARIS, TWO STEPS FROM THE LOUVRE,
SORBON AND THE GARDEN OF LUXEMBOURG.
This typically Parisian property, which retains its original moldings and paneling, was designed by the architect Adolphe Deville. Back then, the heart of Paris beats among its lively alleys to the sound of stagecoaches and breweries on Boulevard Saint Germain. Poets and writers like to meet at the Café de Flore where they rub shoulders with students from the Sorbonne and walkers from the Luxembourg Garden … For almost a century, Paris has been the “Capital of the Arts”. It welcomes the greatest artists and intellectuals from around the world, who come seeking the inspiration and freedom necessary to express their talent. It is in Paris that the avant-garde movements are born: Surrealism, Fauvism and Cubism. During the 1920s, “The Paris School” brought together new artists, most of them expatriates, who discovered a unique atmosphere and atmosphere in Paris. Jazz and Charleston make their appearance in Parisian concert halls thanks to the arrival of numerous Americans attracted by this effervescence. Paris becomes a must-see tourist stop for visitors from around the world. It is in this spirit of welcome that a family of great Parisian restaurateurs acquires a property at number 61 Carrer Bonaparte, and launches into hotel activity. For four generations, the Bonaparte hotel has offered its clients a unique experience in the heart of the French capital. Loyal to the creative spirit of numerous artists who have made Paris famous, the hotel manager has wanted to give it a very contemporary style, always keeping its charm of yesteryear. Passionate about design, he has had the support of artist Nadia Messabhia, to create an exclusive decoration in each of the 29 rooms. Discover the art of French living and regain the inspiring atmosphere of Paris at the Bonaparte Hotel!
The Latin QuarterNEIGHBORHOOD
Explore the Parisian lifestyle and discover its boutiques, shops, libraries and art galleries. Enjoy the activities and shopping on Boulevard Saint Germain or the Sorbonne area’s Cafés, so popular among French students and artists. Be sure to visit the magnificent Eglise Saint German de Pres, the oldest church in Paris.
(3 minutes walk from the hotel)
The Luxembourg GardenThe Luxembourg Garden
Take a brief respite from all this activity by lingering in this lovely French garden designed in 1612 by Marie de Medicis and which remains one of the most popular gardens enjoyed especially by Parisian French families.
(8 minutes walk from the hotel)
The Louvre MuseumMuseums
Indulge yourself at the Louvre Museum, just cross the beautiful Pont Des Arts, which is the most visited major museum in the world discovering and enjoying outstanding art masterpieces. Smaller museums in the area also display works by such world-renown artists as Rodin, Maillol, Giacometti and Henri Cartier-Bresson.