Its neo-classical facade fronted by a fountain beautifies the very bourgeois 16th district of Paris which happens to be close to the main attractions of the city.
And the grandness continues beyond the hotel’s doorstep. The first things you’ll lay your eyes on once inside, is the magnificent black and white staircase leading up to the upper floors and to the 48 elaborately designed rooms, most of which are suites.
Regally designed drawing from the French heritage, your suite carries a grandeur of colour, curves and elegance.
Good to Know
The hotel has a small spa, classy restaurant serving classic French cuisine and historic library-cum-bar where to relax with a drink.
48 rooms – Boudoir, Superior, Deluxe, Junior Suites and Suites.
Top rooms – Love Pavillon (romantic) and Madeleine Castaing, Rene Magritte, Elizabeth of Austria (character inspired boudoir rooms).
Prices can start from £335 a night not including breakfast.Eat & Drink
The hotel restaurant, just like the rest of the establishment, is flamboyant with its leopard-print carpet and red-velvet chairs, and you can expect fine French cooking.
Set among 12,000 books, the bar-cum-library is where you retire for a drink in form of a signature cocktail or good glass of wine.Activities
True to its style, the hotel has a small but funky gym.Relaxation
A small spa of a few treatment rooms has been established to care for your body and soul while visiting.Essentials
Parking – free private car park available.
Wifi – free throughout.
Room service – 24/7 snack menu.
Children – welcome with assistance provided.
Pets – allowed at extra €30.
Saint James Paris
43 Avenue Bugeaud