Napoleon Hotel Paris****
The origins of the Napoleon begin with a love story. A wealthy Russian businessman, Alexander Pavlovich Kliaguine, met a young French student at a literature salon in 1928, and it was love at first sight. In order to introduce her to the high society of the time, he bought a hotel in the prestigious 8th arrondissement and gave it to her as a wedding present. To this day, the hotel still belongs to the Kliaguine family.
Over the years, the hotel has welcomed many noted celebrities such as Errol Flynn, Orson Welles, Audrey Hepburn, Steingbeck, Hemingway, Dali, and even Nobel Prize winner Ivan Bounine. Some may even remember the legendary French actor Jean Gabin who said in his films to the taxi driver, “To the Napoleon!”. Politicians, sportsmen, and intellectuals of yesterday and today appreciate the charm of this hotel.
Le Napoleon Paris is one of the last fully independent hotels in Paris. Personally involved in the renovation and redecoration of the hotel, owners and top managers themselves selected the furniture, paintings and lithographs. Today Le Napoleon Paris, a palace of charm and elegance, is the best place to stay for tourists and businessmen alike.
Rooms and Services
Recently the hotel underwent a grand renovation, with rooms being redecorated, and outfitted with all the modern technology one needs, while staying true to its imperial tradition, and to high status of “Parisian chic style”. The wonderful staff is available 24 hours/day. Our concierges, members of “Les Clefs d’Or” Association, are always there for any request or question.
The Napoleon hotel offers:
- 19 Classic Rooms
- 20 Superior Rooms
- 15 Executive Rooms
- 17 Suites
- 5 Senior Suites
The hotel also offers interconnecting rooms and suites, on smoking or non-smoking floors, and the guest can choose connected twin beds if they wish.
Small pets are also welcome.
Around the hotel
Just 50 meters from the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, surrounded by prestigious restaurants, famous Parisian cabarets (Lido, Crazy Horse), and the fashionable stores on the Faubourg Saint Honoré and Avenue Montaigne, the Napoléon offers easy access to Paris' most famous museums and monuments, as well as wonderful shops, restaurants, cafés and night clubs.
Charles de Gaulle Etoile station: lines 1, 2, and 6
Charles de Gaulle Etoile station: line A
Lines 22 and 52
40, Avenue de Friedland
Contacts & Reservations
- Phone : +33 (0)1 56 68 43 21
- Fax : +33 (0)1 56 68 44 40
- Website : http://www.hotelnapoleonparis.com/