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A stay at Hôtel San Régis places you in the heart of Paris, walking distance from Grand Palais and Petit Palais. This 5-star hotel is close to Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower.


Make yourself at home in one of the 42 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature designer toiletries and bidets. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.

Food & Drink

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. Buffet breakfasts are available daily from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM for a fee.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include limo/town car service, express check-in, and express check-out.

How to Get There

Hôtel San Régis
12 Rue Jean Goujon
Paris, 75008 France


4.5 Very Good 394 Reviews
Hotel San Regis
Reviewed 1 month ago

The hotel was as lovely in person as it is in the photos. It has a very personal and home-like feeling and the people were so friendly. We wouldn’t have changed a thing. The area it is located in is quiet and very pretty.

Romance of Paris
Reviewed 2 months ago

We thoroughly enjoyed our 3 nights here to celebrate my partner’s birthday. It was private, comfortable and a world away from the chain hotels that blight our cities. Our 6th floor suite was everything we had hoped for. A verandah view of the Arc de Triomphe whilst sipping French champagne was delightful. The reception and concierge staff were most helpful and helped me arrange a great birthday dinner for my partner at a genuinely local bistro. The breakfast offering was good. Downside of a small hotel like this is no parking, little room service, and just a little condescension if you’re not a European royal. Maybe that is my problem.

Valentine's Visit
Reviewed 3 months ago

We found this superb boutique family owned hotel on Expedia.

The service was exceptional, from check to the friendliest and helpful team at Concierge.

The breakfast was impeccable, great choice, superb fresh bread & croissants.

The rooms were of a high std, with a high level of details and high quality toiletries.

I highly recommend this hotel.

Great service, accommodating staff
Reviewed 3 months ago

Worthwhile hotel with a great location and reasonable cost. Rooms are spacious and quite, service is excellent.Take the Bed and Breakfast rate, the cost is well worth the price. You wont be disappointed, the hotel is immaculate and well maintained.

Nice Hotel - A Bit Overrated On this Site
Reviewed 4 months ago

My wife and I stayed here in early July at the end of a ten day trip to France and Spain

I'll be honest: looking at the photos/location/price point, it kind of reminded me of the Goring in London, so I had high expectations going in. But the San Regis didn't quite meet those expectations, and for $800 / night, that's not ideal.

I'll start by saying: this is a nice hotel. The room we stayed in was large and comfortable (we booked something like a junior suite), and the furniture and wallpaper and all those appurtenances are all nice in a very fancy European way. It's in a good location on the right bank.The room was quiet.

Now here are a few of my grievances: the hotel concierge and hotel reception is combined into one job, so if you have a request for the concierge, you get the impression that you are interrupting some other more important job. I don't usually receive pushback or exasperation from a concierge on a request like "could you call the Plaza Athenee and ask if they have a table in the garden?" but you'd think I'd asked for an audience with Macron or something (they did have a table btw)

This isn't crucially important if your'e in an English speaking country or where opentable or resy is prevalent, but if you're in a country where you don't speak the local language (and they don't really believe in iphone apps), you rely on the concierge to help you with reservations without a litany of reasons why not as prelude to just placing a phone call. What's really odd is this was all after I'd tipped pretty generously.

My wife and I also had a running debate over whether the hotel employed a door man (we saw one once) which was annoying when I came back from Starbucks holding two cups of coffee and two bottles of water and could not open the door. (I realize this is a very American thing to complain about--that a French hotel does not offer lattes or any kind of coffees to go--but some do have them, e.g the other hotel I reviewed today) Asking for a bottle of water to go is to prevail upon a concierge at work on more urgent matters. Same with the bar, which--I said earlier that our room was quiet--the bar was dead silent and empty the whole stay.

The other two complaints I have are related to the rooms--you know how every shower knob on the planet is different? Well the shower knobs here were designed in the most counter-intuitive way I've ever seen with a guaranteed scalding in store every morning. Management, if you are reading this--this is an easy fix. The second complaint is that the A/C was very weak, which is not ideal for a sleeping through the night in Paris in July

The elevator is also really tiny--meant for two people *at most*--but I think this problem is really more structural and intractable and that dwelling on it wouldn't be constructive.

My wife and I stayed here because it was $300 cheaper than the splurge option of staying at the George V.....we frankly should have just splurged. Don't get me wrong--it's a nice hotel. It just doesn't quite deserve its price point (which was ~$800 / night), and for that amount--and from the reviews I read here--we expected more.