Signature MyBeds (with ergonomic mattresses) in all rooms
Cocktails in the buzzy but cozy Baltimore cocktail bar
What To Know
No pool or spa, but there's a small fitness room
Classic Rooms overlook the interior courtyard
There's limited space in the breakfast salon; be prepared to wait in line when the hotel is fully booked
Parking on site
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Traditional 19th-century townhouse close to the Arc de Triomphe with period features and a cozy cocktail bar
In a 19th-century townhouse close to the Arc de Triomphe, the Hotel Baltimore Paris is a grand but understated hotel with an ageless feel that gives guests the privileged impression they are staying in a turn-of-the-century gentlemen’s club. The decor and furniture stay true to the building's former life as a private mansion, with antique furniture, period paintings and a splendidly preserved iron balustrade designed by Gustave Eiffel. Along the corridors, framed monogrammed letters spell out Baltimore, the name of the English lord and early guest who gave the hotel its name.
Bed and Bath
The guestrooms are subtly decorated in muted colors offset by vintage black-and-white photos of Belle Epoque Paris scenes. Classic, Deluxe and Junior Suites feature similar amenities: iHome docking stations, tea- and coffeemakers, a huge flat-screen TV with 85 channels. The spacious bathrooms are stocked with fragrant toiletries specially created by Anne Semonin. Junior Suites offer classic Parisian views of the impressive Avenue Kleber, and depending on availability you can request a balcony in either the Deluxe or Junior Suites. Some bathrooms still have bidets, and one floor remains reserved for smokers.
The star of the show is La Table du Baltimore, a cozy dining room where chef Jean-Philippe Perol dazzles diners with dishes like quail stuffed with foie gras, and seabass cooked with lemongrass and endives braised in orange. Let veteran sommelier Jean-Luc Jamrozil take you on a tour of little-known vineyards, from Corsica to Morocco. Drop in first at the adjoining bar for a Baltimore cocktail (champagne, Cointreau, lemon and fresh strawberry juice).
In the Area
Don’t miss a hidden gem, the tiny Musée Dapper, which exhibits exquisite African art. Foodies should discover the creative Mediterranean cuisine of chef Jean-Louis Nomicos at his Michelin-starred restaurant Les Tablettes. Just five minutes from the hotel is the Esplanade du Trocadero; it teems with tourists but offers one of the ultimate "wow" views of Paris, across the Seine to the Eiffel Tower. The property is within walking distance of the Champs-Elysées and the Eiffel Tower, but just far enough to have that exclusive away-from-the-crowd feel.
Sofitel Paris Baltimore Tour Eiffel Hotel
88, Bis Avenue Kleber
How to Get There
The closest major airports to Hotel Baltimore Paris - MGallery Collection are:Paris (ORY-Orly) - 15.9 km / 9.9 miParis (CDG-Charles de Gaulle) - 23.9 km / 14.8 miThe preferred airport for Hotel Baltimore Paris - MGallery Collection is Paris (ORY-Orly). Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.