Romantic, seductive, historical, surprising, authentic, there are actually adjectives to attach to the Hôtel Académie, the hotel Paris 7eme on rue des Holy Fathers. Pay attention to it, it could become your new favorite address in the capital.
The 7th arrondissement of Paris, located on the left bank, is one of the central and most emblematic districts of the capital. The district of Saint Germain des pres is full of Parisian sites and monuments such as the church of Saint Sulpice, the Academy of Fine Arts, the Sorbonne or the abbey of Saint Germain des pres. The gardens and the Musee du Luxembourg are also located a few minutes from our hotel Paris 7th arrondissement. Come and stay in our hotel in Saint Germain des pres to discover these famous buildings. Perfectly served by public transport, you can discover Paris on foot. So, enjoy a stroll through the chic streets of Saint Germain des pres. A true showcase of Parisian life, let yourself be surprised by the cultural life of this lively district.
Located in the centre of Paris, a stone's throw from the Seine, you can also visit the main tourist and cultural sites of the City of Light: The Louvre Museum, the Musee d'Orsay, the Rodin Museum, the Pompidou Centre, the Arts Bridge, the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. Do not hesitate to consult our concierge service to discover all the points of interest located a stone's throw from our Paris 7 hotel.
Located on Rue des Sainte Pères in the heart of the famous Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, Hôtel Académie invites you to enjoy an extraordinary experience in Paris: the French way of life. Our 4-star hotel in Paris 7 welcomes you to a prestigious setting where today's elegance and refinement blend harmoniously with the furniture and objects of autan. The Hôtel Académie offers you thirty-three perfectly decorated rooms and suites with modern facilities. Spacious and bright, the rooms of our hotel in Saint Germain des pres are decorated with noble materials such as wood, cork, silk and crystal. In the spirit of Napoleon III, Marie-Antoinette or the kings of France, immerse yourself in our charming universe where tradition and modernity blend together.
To make your stay in our hotel unforgettable, we provide you with a breakfast room, lounge and bar. For your comfort, the Hotel Académie also offers its guests: luggage, private drivers, meeting room, laundry service, cleaning and ironing, parking or Internet terminal and printer.
The Hotel Academy is not the only 4 star Saint Germain des Prés.But the 4 stars is a title that does not say everything about the pleasure that one can have in staying in a hotel. 4 stars, it is for the comfort of the rooms, their modern equipment, the top-of-the-range bedding. But what does that say about this guesthouse atmosphere, what was this hotel in the 7th arrondissement in Paris when it was created at the start of the 20th century? The pleasure of finding your room decorated with bronze works of art, strolling through rooms made of freestone, enjoying the cozy atmosphere of the bar, all this is not characterized in a 4 star hotel, but in spending one night in this hotel in Paris 7th.
When you go to Paris, it is always chic to give a grandiose address for your hotel. By choosing a hotel in Paris in the 7th arrondissement, in Saint Germain and more precisely on Rue des Saints Pères, we have this prestigious address. To have it yes, but why do it? Surely to be able to fully experience Paris. Your Hôtel Académie places you between Boulevard St Germain and the banks of the Seine. The great Parisian museums (Louvre and Orsay are very close) alongside the great restaurants. You will undoubtedly like the hotel bar, but let's be frank, you will have a drink at Flore, Les Deux Magots or Procope. And if you want to explore more of Paris, from the Eiffel Tower to Montmartre, the metro is a 2-minute walk from the hotel. So yes, your 4-star hotel is luxurious, immerses you in the history of France with its meticulous decoration and its works of art. But is it worth the pleasure of staying in the heart of what makes Paris live?