What We Love
- A chic and stunning hotel near the Eiffel Tower, with breakfast, fresh juice and cruise ticketsThe ideal Paris location, within walking distance of the Seine and the Trocadero
- Drop-dead-gorgeous Eiffel Tower views from the Deluxe rooms
- Stunning boudoirs with fashion-forward design and statement-making artworks
- Taking in the stunning sights on a leisurely, hour-long cruise along the Seine
What To Know
- Located very close to the Dupleix and Bir-Hakeim metro stops
- Within walking distance of the Eiffel Tower and Seine
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
Paris – if you haven’t already been there, you simply have to go; and if you have, then you’re probably ready to go back. No matter what you’re into – art, architecture, fashion, food, nightlife – this city usually ranks among the best in the world. Of course, the iconic landmarks are waiting for you, like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Notre Dame, but even strolling through a quiet park or sipping coffee at a quaint café, you’ll immediately feel the magic that has led countless people to fall in love with the City of Light.
Set in the charming 15th arrondissement, Hôtel Gustave has been quietly making a name for itself among in-the-know travelers. Swanky Left Bank location aside, what gives this place its trendy edge is the Paris Exposition Universelle-themed décor by architect François Leblanc and noted French designers Patrice Henry and Marie-Agnès Louboutin. Housed in a 19th-century building that was renovated in 2015, each of the 32 guest rooms showcases this aesthetic and will send you to sleep each night dreaming of the Belle Époque.
Each of the rooms, outfitted by noted designers Patrice Henry and Marie-Agnès Louboutin, mixes fashion-forward furnishings with statement-making, Eiffel Tower-inspired artworks, themed around the 1889 Exposition Universelle. The soundproofed Classic room comes with a double bed, a generous list of mod cons and a private bathroom with shower. Designed to the same high standard, the larger Deluxe room looks directly out at the Eiffel Tower.
While there is no on-site restaurant, buffet-style breakfasts, loaded with sweet and savory French delicacies (breads, pastries, cheeses, meats and eggs), are served in the elegant dining room every morning between 7:30-10:30am. On the other hand, if you feel like just lounging in bed, room service is available.
Staying in the 15th arrondissement, on the city’s Left Bank, you’ll be close to the Eiffel Tower, the Champ de Mars, the Seine river and the Trocadero. City must-dos include stocking up on fine French cheeses at the Saint-Quentin Market, visiting the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, window shopping on Rue Saint-Honoré and taking a stroll through the stunning Luxembourg Gardens. We also recommend marveling at the Monet, Renoir and Cézanne masterpieces at the Musée d’Orsay, seeking out the excellent chocolatiers in Saint-Germain-des-Prés and admiring the world-famous Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo and Winged Victory at the Louvre.
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This hotel was simply perfect and the staff is amazing! Location is great, rooms are super clean and beautiful. We were in our honeymoon and this was the best hotel during our entire trip. Would recommend to all our friends.
We are looking forward to stay here in our next visit to Paris...
The location was fantastic only about a half dozen short blocks from the Eiffel
Tower. Quiet street with everything Parisien you could ask for within 1-2 blocks; boulangerie, crepes, sidewalk cafes, even terrific pizza. Cute rooms with a super helpful staff. Absolutely no issues at all!! Looking forward to our next stay there.....they checked all the boxes magnificently.
Got off to a bit of a rocky start but overall this is a great hotel. We flew in the evening before taking engagement photos and expected that all rooms would have an iron but to my horror that wasn’t the case and all of the irons were checked out by other guests. I let the staff know about my urgency to iron before photos and they tracked down an iron at another hotel.
The key pros and cons are,
Close to several restaurants but off the main thoroughfare so relatively quiet
8 minute walk from the Eiffel Tower
Spacious lobby area for lounging
Clean rooms, bathrooms, and hallways
Nice sized bathroom
Around the corner from a small market that has late (if not 24) hours
Rooms are small (to be expected for Europe)
Super small elevator (two people can barely fit yet alone 2 people and luggage) so if a big group prepare to make several trips