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Hotel Lumen Paris Louvre

Paris, France

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Neo-Baroque Chic in the Heart of Paris

The Collection

Welcome to Hotel Lumen — a sui generis getaway experience in the First Arrondissement. We are committed to making your stay delightful, with welcoming chocolates from Godiva, posh toiletries from Hermes, a Nespresso coffee machine in your room, elegant furnishings, and fabulous views. Lumen, our onsite restaurant, provides gourmet fusion fare, including a buffet breakfast, and libations served at the bar. The Louvre and other renowned attractions are within easy walking distance of the hotel.

black bed with a tray of food on top

European Chic Meets Luxurious Comfort

Accommodations

Featuring Neo-Baroque décor, uniquely-designed Italian furniture, upscale amenities, and breathtaking views, all rooms and suites offer either a view of the neighborhood or a view of Saint-Roch Church. Our posh Jacuzzi Suite provides a view of Saint-Roch Church from the front and a romantic view of the Parisian rooftops from within.

Stay and Save

Offers

Stay longer and save in Paris with our special offer featuring 20% off our best available rate when you book three nights ore more. Includes complimentary Wi-Fi. Offer does not include breakfast. No deposit required at time of booking. Additional city taxes apply. 

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Romantic Escape

Offers

Plan a "Romantic Escape" to Paris featuring buffet breakfast, a bottle of Champagne, macaroons, and a decorative rose petal heart on your bed, plus 15% off our best available rate.

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Find Things To Do In Paris, France

Things to do

blue dome on a palace with golden sculptures

Palais Garnier — Opéra National de Paris

Breathtakingly beautiful theater, with a 340-light, 8-ton bronze and crystal chandelier, and a ceiling painted by Marc Chagall.

The Eiffel Tower at sunset

Eiffel Tower

Take in exquisite views of the city, day or night, in this not-to-be-missed iconic experience and monument.

The Louvre Museum pyramid on a snowy day

Louvre

Explore this former royal residence which now houses the world’s largest art collections from ancient Egyptian and Roman antiquities to Renaissance art and beyond.