What We Love
- A chic, Art Deco stay in the heart of Paris, close to all the sights, with breakfast included
- Staying slap-bang in the beating creative heart of the French capital
- Stepping out for a shopping spree Parisian style, in the designer boutiques of Saint Germain
- The hotel’s beautifully refurbished, Art Deco-inspired interiors
What To Know
- Located in the vibrant sixth arrondissement
- Guestrooms start at a cozy 150 square feet, but have luxe perks like towel warmers, rainfall showers and plush bathrobes
- Close to the Odéon Metro Station
- Free WiFi
With a stay at Hôtel Baume in Paris (6th Arrondissement), you’ll be minutes from Luxembourg Palace and Sorbonne University. This 4-star hotel is close to Notre Dame Cathedral and Galeries Lafayette.
Make yourself at home in one of the 35 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as laptop-compatible safes and desks.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Food & Drink
Take advantage of the hotel’s 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a business center, and limo/town car service. For a surcharge, guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle (available on request) and a train station pick-up service.
How to Get There
Had to write a review on this hotel. Location is perfect couple blocks from Luxembourg gardens, blvd saint germain. Several metro stops located nearby. Hotel was spotless, service impeccable. Antoine at the hotel is the BEST! He’s so friendly and he helped us in booking another stay for the summer. We stayed in the deluxe front terrace room. The view of the Parisian street and the Odeon was like a postcard. Plenty of cafes and restaurants within 4 mins or less walking. Great shopping I’m the area with plenty of places for nightlife also close to Saint Michel. The louvre is about a 20 minute walk away, musee orsay about 12 mins away. Just want to say thanks again to the entire staff at to the hotel and to Antoine! For all of his kindness and help.
Nice warm little hotel, very good location, room was clean and quiet, love the self service little bar with the honor pay principle. Used the car service from and to the airport that was very good. Breakfast was good and quick.
My husband and I have been to Paris numerous times over the past 30 years and arranged this trip at the last minute - 3 weeks before departure. After discovering our first choice hotel was booked for our Dec. 26-31, 2018 dates, we researched and settled on Hotel Baume. Reviews were great, its Art Deco theme suited us well, and the location in the 6th arrondissement was exactly what we wanted. Unfortunately, our experience did not match the good reviews or our expectations.
1. The location was excellent - on a very quiet street within a stone’s throw of Odeon-Theatre and Luxembourg Gardens, and less than 5 minutes to the Odéon metro station.
2. Bed was supremely comfortable - with the best mattress we’ve ever slept on.
3. Water pressure was superb.
4. Our room was clean, seemingly newly decorated with attractive fixturing, and linens/towels/bath products were good quality.
5. Overall the interior of the hotel was lovely and clean.
1. No hot water two days in a row. Both days we took showers at 11:00 AM - hardly peak morning shower time. When we complained the first day, we were told that there’re was no hot water because the hotel was full and everyone was showering at the same time. When we complained the second day, we were given the same explanation but also advised that there was a mechanical problem which was being fixed. We received no apologies.
2. Prior to our arrival, the hotel made restaurant reservations based on our recommendations for our first 3 nights. The day we arrived, we requested two more dinner reservations for the remaining nights and provided 5 more restaurant suggestions. When we checked with the front desk the following day, the same staff member seemed flustered and said that he had called 4 of the 5 but there was no answer - maybe because it was December 26 and the restaurants were closed for the holiday. He said he would try them again, as well as the 5th. We never heard from him with any update after that.
3. On our second to last morning morning while getting ready for the day, a young man opened the door into our room. He looked at me (half dressed), excused himself and closed the door. The person looked to be in street clothes, slim, dark haired, possibly late 20’s. I immediately called the front desk and the staff member listened, suggested it might have been someone on staff, said they would check the video and that was it. No apology, no palpable sense of concern or urgency. When we went downstairs and asked further, the staff member confirmed that there was no one on staff that morning that fit the description given. It was us who requested our door cards be re-keyed, though they did advise that once I had called to report the incident our door had been “blocked” - but not sure what that meant. When we returned to the hotel that evening and asked what they found, we were told that the general manager was not in that day so the video had not yet been checked. The staff member on duty did say “I’m sorry” - the first apology we had received. He advised that since we were leaving early the next day, we would receive an email with follow up. The incident occurred on December 30. As of January 3 we have not been contacted.
4. We have been traveling to Europe for decades and have stayed in many Parisian hotels and well know that rooms are small - especially in historic buildings and neighborhoods. We booked a Superior room, which is described on the website as being 16-20 sm. Perhaps we were actually put in a Classic room (14 sm) instead because #42 was the smallest accommodation we had ever experienced in a 4 star hotel. Only one person at a time could fit in the bathroom. Storage was limited to two very slim vertical closets between the bed and wall on either side. To be fair, the staff offered to store our suitcases but we did not want to fully unpack and declined the offer. I admit that the space was thoughtfully designed given the size challenge, but the room was really small and would be best for a single person, not for a couple. We did request to be changed to a larger room but the hotel was full and they could not accommodate us. Even the room safe was miniature - it measured about 15”Wx 20”H but only about 3”D and was bolted vertically the the back of the closet wall. Very difficult to fit anything other than a tablet, passports and a few small/slim items standing upright. And things fell out each time the door was opened.
In general, we found the staff to be polite but not particularly warm or helpful. The champagne at the honor bar was tepid (the bottle sat in 3 inches of water with no ice in the bucket) and all drinks were over priced considering it was self service, not room service or a fully staffed bar (€5 for a Coke, €15 per glass for mediocre champagne).
All in all we were very disappointed and will not be staying there again.
The hotel is very well located, very central to Paris but at the same time in a very quiet pair of streets which was very calm even a Friday and Saturday night. Rooms are clean, bed is good quality and the service at the reception is very friendly and helpful. The only red flag is the breakfast which is served at the table but not very nice. The price is 18€ for not much included, with everything else (eggs,...) at extra charge. The parisian breakfast is a plate of low quality ham&cheese and the bread is very average, which is the same for the croissants and pains au chocolats. On the last day we even bought something that we ate in our room before going down for a coffee. I think the breakfast really isn’t at the level of the hotel.
I stayed at the Baume Hotel for a long weekend with friends.
The hotel is charming and the art deco design is beautiful , I stayed in the deluxe room which was roomy and beautiful.
Location is AMAZING , you are in walking distance to great restaurants and tourist sight and shopping. Saint Germain is my favorite areas to stay when in Paris.