There is nothing comparable to the HOTEL MONTAIGNE in Paris. The unique feeling of living in a mansion on the Avenue Montaigne
in the heart of the Paris-Chic and the fashion Paris. The pleasure of being greeted
by friendly staff offering personalized service.
The joy of being welcome at each stay.
The Hotel Montaigne installed itself in a splendid Parisian architecture building.
Behind the gates of the heated terrace, located directly on the Avenue Montaigne, an intimate outdoor area welcomes its guests for lunch or just a coffee.
Designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, the interior design combines materials, traditional materials, crafted furniture and modern style to create a very smoothing elegant atmosphere.
The Restaurant L’Entracte offers a vibrant and cozy atmosphere, perfect after the shows’ applause from the neighbor theater. We can find the same theatrical decor especially with red curtains on the walls and photos of artists.
The Montaigne Hotel is entirely smoke-free
The hotel is easily accessible:
Limousines: on demand to our concierge. Taxis: station close to the hotel or on demand to our concierge. Metro Alma Marceau (linea 9) o Franklin D Roosevelt (lineas 1 y 9) Bus: lineas 42 y 80 (50 metros) 63 y 92 (100 metros) Aéroport International de Roissy-Charles de Gaulle à 40 minutes de l’hôtel. Gare Thalys / Eurostar 20 minutes from the hotel.
Avenida de la alta costura y de la cultura. Refugio de calma y serenidad, el hotel Montaigne ha encontrado su verde en el triangulo de oro, en el corazon del Paris de la moda( Armani, Chanel, chloe, Dior, Fendi, Ferragamo, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Ungaro, Valentino, Versace…), de la efervesencia de los espectaculos (Crazy Horse…) y de los teatros (teatro de los campos eliseos, teatro del Rond-point).
Es un barrio privilegiado e ideal tanto para reuniones professionales como para escapadas turisticas.
Disfrutara dando un paseo en los Campos eliseos , hasta el Arco del Triunfo. Tan cerca de la Seine, estara a un paso de la torre Effel junto al muelle Branly!
The History of the Avenue Montaigne’s neighborhood...
In the writings of the seventeenth century, it is called the Avenue Montaigne as a simple path along which were cultivated vegetables.
In 1770, the avenue was planted with a double row of elms on the orders of the Marquis de Marigny and was nicknamed Widows Alley. Indeed, we met there single women in search of a love affair
It was not the refined place we now know. This is also at the foot of the elm's Walk of Widows, located at the house of a certain Lady Brûlée that were hidden jewels of the crown of France stolen in 1792.
In 1850, the avenue was renamed Avenue Montaigne in honor of the moralist Michel de Montaigne. At the 1855 World's Fair, the Beaux-Arts Palace is built by the architect Hector Lefuel, elegant houses begin to be formed along the avenue which became one of the fashionable places next to the Champs-Elysees.
The avenue is leading to stunning views of Paris's most famous building: the Eiffel Tower.
Since 1913, the famous Champs-Elysées Theatre, art deco style, is the famous host of the avenue, in front of the Hôtel Montaigne.
After the war, the installation of the young couturier Christian Dior leads to the development of luxury shops in the artery and prosperity that we know.