The Saint Honoré hotel **exist since hundreds of years and situated in an old building in the heart of the historic 8th arrondissement of Paris,
the romantic and baroque interior design is skillfully preserves, the architectural beauty, the character and the chic Parisian touch.
At only few hundred meters from the Champs Elysées, the galleries Lafayette Haussmann, the Madeleine quarter and the Opéra Garnier,
it offers 19 rooms individually decorated and equipped to combine comfort, style and romance.
To give our customers a chic and Baroque stay in Paris, the boutique hotel is divided in 4 different categories of room:
Comfort room for 1 and 2 persons, Superior for 1 or 2 persons, and Simple.
With a 24-hour front desk, a reception team is always available to your needs and eager to make your stay enjoyable, speaking several languages (English, French, Arabic, Spanish), with good knowledge of the city and of the best places to go.
Arrivals in the hotel are possible from 2pm and the departures until 12:00. Luggage storage is also available on arrival and at the departures.
The romantic and baroque interior design of the lounge of the Hotel Paris Saint-Honore** provides a chic and cosy setting where you can read the press, catch up on the latest international news on the big television screen or plan your day in the city…
Exhausted? Just sit back and relax, coil up in the stylish comfortable sofas, watch a film or even enjoy a massage (free massaging seat put at your disposal)…
In the evening, the lounge of the Hotel Paris Saint-Honore** turns into a convivial bar where you will enjoy relaxing around a drink with your friends, in a soft, chic and cosy atmosphere.
According to the hotel's style, the breakfast room is decorated with style with large chandeliers, for a maximum of brightness. Every morning the Breakfast is served from 07:00 until 11:00 in a generous buffet with tea, coffee, milk, hot chocolate, croissants, Parisian bread, jam, yoghurts and fruit juices.
You will find everything you need before a long day of visit, work, or shopping.
The hotel's style is strongly attached to the Duke of Penthièvre, which gave the name to the street where the hotel is located. Louis Jean Marie de Bourbon, Duke de Penthièvre was born at the Château de Rambouillet, the son of Louis XIV's youngest legitimized son and was one of the wealthiest men of his day and probably the richest in France. He was known to be very charitable. He uses to frequent the building where today is our hotel.
The unique and very Parisian’s style of the Hotel Paris Saint Honoré attracts not only a lot of customers but also many artistic directors looking for an incredible place for shooting.
That was the case with the French reality TV program presented by Elsa Fayer on the TF1 channel, "Who wants to marry my son/ Qui veut épouser mon fils" where several episodes of season 4 were filmed in the hotel.
This program, which met every Friday night between 3.5 and 4 million viewers, showing 5 singles boys, aged between 25 and 39 years old, still living with their mother in search of a soul mate.
One of the goals of the show is talk about the “Tanguy” phenomenon, the nickname given to men, it takes its name from a French movie, which doesn’t wants to growing up, leave the family nest and consequently their parents.
Of course the candidates’ mothers often had the final say on the choice of their son, which complicated relations with their "future daughters-in» and also brought more suspense in the program.
The images below is from the site Pure People and TF1's archives , and show some "characters" of the program in the rooms of the hotel Paris Saint Honoré !