- All reviews
A flight of steps leads to this peaceful street of Saint-Germain des Prés. The Odeon and Luxembourg Gardens are a short walk away.Since the end of the 19th century, a discreet façade decorated with small balconies, the reason for its name, hides a small family hotel. The poets, Henri Michaux and Endré Ady, the Hungarian Baudelaire, wrote here.The doorway, with feminine curves, reveals a well-preserved universe of Art Nouveau: bronze work, stained-glass windows speckled with dark purple irises, tulip-shaped molten glass lamps and chandeliers.The Corroyer-André family will be delighted to welcome you to this authentic hotel, greatly appreciated by artists, businessmen, politicians and other regular guests who stay at the hotel while they are in the capital. Quite simply, you are at home.