L’Hotel doesn’t only sell lavish fin de siècle accommodation and fine dining, but a part of history. For literature fans, no price is too high to stay in the room where brilliant Oscar Wilde spent his final days. The famous room is theatrically decorated just like the rest of the hotel, but it is especially romantic and features literature homage details. Each room is unique, and you wouldn’t think they belong to the same hotel. You can choose from Bijou, Mignon, Grand, Chic room categories or sumptuous suites.
L’Hotel is visited by non-residents for its Michelin starred onsite restaurant serving seasonal French cuisine by creative and talented Philippe Bélissent. Make sure to end your meal with his sweet chestnuts. During the warm part of the year, dine at the small patio for added romance. Move on to the next door to try Les 13s champagne cocktails in an extravagant animal print setting. Don’t be surprised to see celebrity faces enjoying the drinks and the atmosphere. To explore the authentic old Paris, go for a short walk to see Ecole des Beaux Arts, numerous galleries, boutiques and cafés.