This unassuming but contemporary chic four-star hotel where Jim Morrison stayed in 1970, is ideally located in the heart of the Latin Quarter and just steps away from the romantic Luxembourg Garden. Other sites nearby include the majestic Pantheon, particularly beautiful at night, and La Sorbonne University.
Set in an 18th century building, Le Petit Paris has had many lives. During Louis XV's reign it was a coaching inn inside the city's ancient walls, then under Napoleon III it became a family home and in the Belle Époque it served as a second home to the artists of Montparnasse. This exclusive boutique hotel with interiors by top French designer Sybille de Margerie has themed rooms reflecting the five great eras of Paris: Medieval, Louis XV, Napoleon III, the roaring 20s and the swinging 70s.
The hotel’s 20 rooms are individually designed and furnished combining silks and velvets with contemporary lighting. Due to the structure of the building, which is listed, the rooms differ in size and shape.
A buffet breakfast is served every morning in the stylish breakfast room adjoining a compact patio. An honesty bar is available in the lounge. There is also free WiFi throughout the hotel.