Hotel Des Grands Hommes Pantheon Paris
In a beautiful 18th century building opposite the Pantheon, one minute away from the Luxembourg Gardens and the Sorbonne, the Hotel des Grand Hommes is steeped in history; Andre Breton, father-figure of the surrealism movement lived there and wrote “les champs magnétiques” surrealism’s manifesto. The Empire-style decor was renovated in 2002; warm colours, luxurious furniture and a special attention to every detail. Sleeping opposite the Pantheon, perhaps you will dream of famous French figures such as Alexandre Dumas, Pierre et Marie Curie, Emile Zola, Victor Hugo, André Malraux, Gambetta, and Jean Jaurès. By choosing one of our deluxe rooms, you will have the pleasure of taking breakfast on your own private terrace with exquisite views. The Luxembourg Gardens are perfect for a daytime stroll, and the ambiance of St. Germain by night is simply unique. Take a direct train from either of Paris' airports, and you will be at the Hotel des Grands Hommes in just 30 minutes. All the rooms have air conditionning. Marie-José Hery and her team will have the pleasure of your company at the hotel, making every effort to ensure your stay is not only pleasurable but unforgettable. WIFI INTERNET FREE ACCESS IN THE LOBBY AND FROM YOUR ROOM.
17 Place du Panthéon 75005 Paris
From Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport or Orly, take RER B until Luxembourg station, which is just 2 minutes from us.
Public car park rue Soufflot
Free under 5 : for this type of room, please book a superior or a deluxe
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