Next to the legendary Polytechnic and facing Langevin Park, this typical 19th century Parisian building is in the Latin Quarter. You will also be right next to the Sorbonne, the center of French education for hundreds of years. The hotel’s 13 unique sleeping rooms all feature artwork showing Henri IV, his royal family and his famous advisors. All of the rooms are air-conditioned and also have period fireplaces. There are eight spacious rooms and 5 two-room apartments each equipped with a kitchenette that has a micro-wave, refrigerator, and dishes. The molded ceilings, marble chimneys, furniture polished to a sheen and the harmonious color scheme lets you know that you really are in Paris.
The fabulous Residence Henri IV is situated in the famous Latin Quarter, the center and one of the most luxurious districts in Paris. You can easily get to Notre-Dame, the Pantheon or to the Sorbonne from your part-time residence.
The building is decorated in 19th century style and perfectly depicts the Henri IV epoch.The main hall features paintings and décor of old England, including nicely painted ceiling, marble fireplace and antique wooden furniture. Well, it’s not a mansion in fact. The hotel looks more as it would be a real town house of a rich landowner.
In 2007 the hotel became entirely smoking friendly, giving the chance to those who smoke admire their habit everywhere on the venue. But it doesn’t mean that non-smokers will be pinched – powerful air-condition system will make both types feel comfortable. Right in the lobby, reservations for Paris shows, car-hire service and free Wi-Fi Internet access are available. Antique design of the room doesn’t mean that you’ll be living in 19th century conditions. Each room is equipped with cable TV, direct telephone, safe in room and mini bar.
You won’t have to look for the restaurant in the city, still unknown for you. Henri IV offers only the best choice of European and National cuisine in their restaurant.
Well, simply submerge yourself in the atmosphere of 19th century in one of the oldest capitals of Europe, Paris, still using all the modern conditions and services offered personally by Henri IV.
Number of rooms: 13.
A continental breakfast is served at the price of EUR 8 per person per night.
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