All our rooms are decorated in the Empire style
Combining classic elegance and 19th century touches with all modern comforts!
All rooms come have: Telephone, Mini-bar, Free Wi-Fi, Flatscreen TV (with foreign channels), Hot/cold air conditioning, SafeBook now
Calm and comfortable
Maximum two people – one double bed (160cm x 200cm or 180cm x 200cm)
Room overlooking the interior courtyard.Book now
Classic room with balcony
Room overlooking the interior courtyard with a balcony
Calm and comfortable
Maximum two people – one double bed (160cm x 200cm)
Large room with a view
Spacious, with a great view of the Pantheon
Maximum two people – one double bed (160cm x 200cm or A 80cm x 200cm) – 22m²
A large corridor, bathroom with separate toilet. Super view of the Pantheon.Book now
Junior Suite Deluxe with balcony (3 persons)
Room with balcony overlooking the interior courtyard.
Maximum three people – one double bed (160cm x 200cm) and a single bed (120cm x 180cm) – 27m²
This room’s bathroom is the biggest and brightest in the entire hotel, and contains a shower and English-style bathtub.Book now
Superior room with a view
Bright room facing the Pantheon.
Maximum two people – one double bed (160cm x 200cm or 180cm x 200cm) – 18/19m²Book now
Junior Suite Romantique with terrace
A very special experience. Unforgettable
Maximum two people - one double bed (180cm x 200cm) or two twin beds (90cm x 200cm) – 25m².
One the 6ème floor the view is breathtaking, looking over the rooftops of Paris with Sacré-Cœur and Montmartre in the distance. The terrace (15 m²) runs the full length of the room, with access via four French windows (one of which is in the bathroom).Book now
Superior room with balcony
Balcony facing the Pantheon, small garden table
Maximum two people – one double bed (140cm x 200cm or 160cm x 200cm) – 19/20m²Book now
Junior Suite Deluxe
Peace, calm and plenty of space
Maximum two people – one double bed (180cm x 200cm or 200cm x 200cm) – 25-35m²
Room with small living room area.Book now
Des Grands Hommes
Our building is steeped in history and culture. André Breton once lived here and the Pantheon opposite is the final resting place of French luminaries Pierre and Marie Curie, Emile Zola and Victor Hugo.
We explain why you should book on our website, and what HPRG means
Enjoy our tasty breakfast during your stay in room or downstair in the breakfast room.