3 Star Hotel Paris Louvre Rivoli
Louvre - Rivoli - Saint Honoré
- The elegant-cosy atmosphere in the rooms
- The breakfast room with its vaulted ceiling
- Easy access to all Paris
- A majestic way to start the day, a few steps away from the Louvre
Pavillon Louvre Rivoli
20, rue Molière
+33 (0)1 42 60 31 20
+33 (0)1 42 60 32 06
Metro & Bus:
Palais Royal Line 1 and 7
Pyramides Lines 7 and 14
Auber RER A
A feeling of warmth and intimacy in the heart of Paris.
The Louvre, the Palais Royal, the Comédie Française and the arcades of the Rue de Rivoli offer a true immersion in the district of royalty.
Being located in the centre of Paris, you will soon strike a balance in choosing between the capital’s cultural attractions, the chic and trendy atmosphere of the world of fashion, and the unique feeling of strolling along the banks of the Seine.
The limited capacity of the establishment gives Pavillon Louvre Rivoli a unique style and a sense of warmth and intimacy. The rooms are cosy and functional. The vaulted ceilings and the exposed stone walls of the breakfast room highlight the historic character of the district.
The hotel is within close proximity of all means of city transportation. Exploring the capital or visiting Versailles or Disneyland Paris becomes child’s play.
Breakfast: hot buffet & room service.
Dining: room service.
Satellite TV, mini-bar, safe, WIFI
Direct access to la Défense
The bustling centre of Paris is an integral part of the history of France. The Louvre, now among the largest museums in the world, was also a royal palace. This explains the particular architectural rhythm of the arches of the Rue de Rivoli, echoing the regularity of the beat of the court’s horses passing by!
From the sumptuous Paris City Hall to the Gothic Tour Saint-Jacques – the recently renovated tower which is the starting point for the pilgrimage to Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle – up to the Place de la Concorde, the Rue de Rivoli follows the historical axis of Paris. It links the Louvre to the Château de Saint-Germain and has structured a good share of the city’s urban planning since the 16th century.
It is dotted with numerous monuments: an equestrian statue of Louis XIV at the Cour Napoléon, both the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel and the Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile, as well as the obelisk at the Place de la Concorde. The Pyramid at the Louvre designed by the architect Pei and the Arche de la Défense are newer monuments on this list.
The metro line 1, the most utilised subway line in the world, follows the street’s straight path.
- The Arc de Triomphe
- Gare de l'Est
- Gare de Lyon
- The Défense District
- Disneyland Paris
How to get here
By train :
Gare de Lyon for TGVs coming from the South
Gare du Nord: TGV Nord, Thalys, Eurostar
Gare Montparnasse: TGV Atlantique
Gare de l'Est: TGV Est
Metro and bus :
Palais Royal Lines 1 and 7: with stops at la Défense, les Champs Elysées, l’Arc de Triomphe, le Châtelet, l’Ile de la Cité
Pyramides lines 7 and 14: with stops at l’Institut du Monde Arabe, la Gare de L’Est, La bibliothèque François Mitterand ...
Auber RER A: with stops at la Gare de Lyon, l’Arc de Triomphe, la Défense and Disneyland Paris ...