Hotel du Louvre in the Unbound Collection by Hyatt
What We Love
- A central location near the Louvre
- The Defender Bar, for jazz performances and a chance to mingle with locals
- The relaunched Brasserie du Louvre, helmed by Michelin-starred chef Guy Martin
- Refreshed Napoleon III–era interiors
- Attentive and dependable service
What To Know
- Rooms are large by Paris standards
- Located above a Metro stop, which can be noisy
- A rich history and high-profile guests
- Breakfast is a bit pricey
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Hôtel du Louvre, a Hyatt hotel, you’ll be centrally located in Paris, steps from Comedie-Francaise and La Carrousel du Louvre. This 5-star hotel is close to Notre Dame Cathedral and Eiffel Tower.
Make yourself at home in one of the 177 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Enjoy recreation amenities such as a 24-hour fitness center or take in the view from a terrace. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel’s restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available for a fee.
Featured amenities include high-speed (wired) Internet access (surcharge), a business center, and express check-out.
How to Get There
This was me and my husband first time in Paris. Very nice hotel— staff were helpful and nice. The rooms were comfortable, you can feel that it is older but well kept. The location is superb—walking distant to a lot of tourist sites; you can see the louvre from our room.
The restaurant downstairs was great — I loved the escargot! Definitely would stay here again.
The best thing about this hotel is its location in the 1st arrondissement, directly across the street from the Louvre. It is right on top of 2 different subway stops, and bus stops are nearby. Rue St. Honore is right there, so shopping and restaurants are a very easy walk. Really, if you don't know your way around Paris, the location of this hotel couldn't make getting around any easier.
The hotel staff was very kind and friendly, and spoke English very well with my husband, and spoke French with me, slowly and politely. We were allowed to leave our baggage after we checked out, as we were departing on an evening train, but we found out they charged us 15 Euros to do so after we arrived back home. We stayed over the Thanksgiving Holiday, and on Thanksgiving, we were given complimentary wine and cookies in our room, with a Happy Thanksgiving card signed by the staff, as were all Americans staying there that day. That was a lovely touch.
The room was very small, but functional, and the bed was comfortable. Our room overlooked the Carousel at the Louvre and had a small balcony. We found it to be a very quiet location. The bathroom was recently remodeled to look vintage, and was extremely large. The hotel was under construction while we were there, but we never heard construction noise.
We stayed here last year. Loved it. It is now closed for major renovations and will reopen summer of 2018. You can't beat the location and the views. We will go back to see how it all comes together. The property is a Hyatt affiliated hotel and you can get some upgrades if you are Gold.
As part of our 40th wedding anniversary trip to Europe, we stayed here for 4 nights. The location is perfect. Literally across the street from the Louvre and within easy walking distance of many popular sights. There is a metro station next to the hotel and a cab stand nearby so it is quite easy to reach sights beyond walking distance. The hotel is a part of Hyatt and you can earn or redeem points here for stays.
The hotel is under renovation. But, we were fully aware of that when we made our booking. When we were there the lounge was not available, nor was the fitness facility. The restaurant was available for cocktails, but there are also many cafes in the area for that.
The staff was just exceptional. They were very service oriented and aimed to please. The concierge gave us several restaurant suggestions which turned out quite well. At check-in we were asked if we were celebrating any special occasion and told them about our anniversary. The next day a bottle of champagne showed up in our room with a very nice note from the Guest Relations Manager, Benjamin Boudon. Another nice touch that we, unfortunately, couldn't schedule on the day it was offered was a free walking tour of the neighborhood. I think it would have been a great way to get acquainted with the area.
Overall, a very nice stay in a charming hotel. We were not inconvenienced by the renovations at all and would definitely stay here in the future especially when all the facilities are again available.
I chose this hotel because it was a Hyatt and because of its location. It was a total waste of money. Its next-door to the louvre, but on a loud, dirty, smelly street. If you walk 10 minutes away, you can stay on a clean, quiet street. The bathroom was divided into two rooms: toilet in one that was literally the size of an upright coffin, and the tub/sink in the other. The tub/sink was completely outdated and looked like something from the 1940s. It was not remotely noise proof, so we could not only hear every car that drove past, but all our neighbors as well. If you're going to stay in this area, find a cheaper hotel so you're not wasting your money, or go spend your money at another hotel further away. Also, its under construction (and has been for some time) so normal amenities like the gym are closed. The staff, however, is very nice.