60 meters to public transportation
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||7.8|
|Nearest airport||Paris-Le Bourget Airport (LBG)|
|Distance to airport||13.6 km|
No visitor to Paris can miss the stylish and modern Hotel de Latour Maubourg which is ideally located just a few steps away from the world-famous Eiffel Tower and the fashionable Champs Élysées. Excellent for all travelers to this lively area of Paris, the refurbished 3-star hotel provides 17 elegantly designed guestrooms, each featuring a lush en-suite bathroom, an LCD television, and Wi-Fi internet access to satisfy your everyday needs. A stay at the Hotel de Latour Maubourg is undoubtedly a modern romp through style and sophistication.
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Infant 0-1 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
Baby cot/crib available upon request
Children 2-3 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 4 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
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Very good value for money in Paris, wonderful location.
Small friendly central hotel”
Exceptional staff, nice rooms, centrally located, great value. What more could you ask for?
Small Hotel and Small Room”
This is a small hotel - kind of feel like b&b that they are watching you as in and out! My room was too small. and thru window all to be seen was other apartments. I asked I don't want room service. It was odd that they said it's out policy to do room service!!! I felt they are just noisy and it feels that you are staying at somebody house or apartment, not a hotel. The nice thing about this hotel close to Metro and nice places to eat and the owner decorated the place very tastefully. But that's not enough reasons for me to go back. Rather to say in a bigger hotel and feel I have privacy for $135 per night.
Friendly, conveniently located boutique hotel”
A thoroughly enjoyable stay. We had two large dogs with us (an extra 10 euros each per night) and they made us all very welcome. The room was very attractive in a period Parisian style. The bed was large and extremely comfortable. Its a small hotel with only around 15 rooms but is full of character and the staff are helpful and friendly. It is on a busy Parisian street and we were in one of the two large ground floor rooms, but there was no appreciable noise. The buffet or express breakfast served in their cellar was a delight. Prices in Paris are never cheap but, compared to many, this represented very good value for money. Some lovely cafes I the immediate vicinity where you can part with large amounts of money extremely quickly (helped by waiters who dupe you into buying the more expensive wines by the glass!). Would definitely stay there again.
Fab place ”
Stylish , relaxing and easy location for seeing be”
Very pleasant , decent quality hotel , very nice staff
hotel near la tour Maubourg”
The hotel is at a nice location and has free wifi. The staff is very friendly. When arriving the first room we got was tiny and looked quite shabby. There came an insufferable and dreadful smell from the bathroom. After complaining we were then moved to another room which was clean and had a lovely decoration.
Fantastic Location, excellent service”
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here, the location was fantastic and staff were very attentive to all our needs. We were upgraded for free and the room was a good size, very clean with a lovely bathroom. Bed was perfect and very quiet from street noise. Would definitely stay here again.
Great hotel, location. Friendly and helpful staff.”
Excellent, as I've said above several times. How many times do I need to say the same thing? Hotel great, Agoda's survey less so!!!
The staff was friendly, approachable. I enjoyed my stay there. The hotel was clean and close to most attraction places. They prepared for our honeymoon which impressed us the most. The staff was responsive most of the time. Given my budget I recommend everyone to stay in the hotel.
Great two night stay”
We absolutely loved this hotel. The location was superb - central but quiet, lots of cafes nearby and a great market selling a huge range of different food. Staff were very friendly and spoke really good English. The hotel itself is really lovely, a proper Parisian house with interesting decor throughout and lovely rooms. Would definitely stay here again.
just nice room”
quite disappointed with our stay as we had 8 luggages (after touring the whole of europe) and had to drag our bags up ourselves (using stairs) as there was no concierge to help us with our bags. the lift was small enough to fit ONLY one person and 1 luggage. price is way too high for such a hotel. but room was spacious and nice.
Convenient location and friendly staff”
The hotel is literally across the narrow street from the Metro - a massive plus! Pretty good access to the Eiffel Tower; although it's still a 15 minute walk, unless you decide to take the metro. You can get a view of the tip of the tower from the park, where the metro station is. Others who had commented suggested the breakfast at the hotel isn't good value for money so we didn't bother, we checked out the two cafes downstairs; I found the one which didn't specialize in the "meat' was better. The room is small, so don't kid yourselves. But it's classic and looks very Paris-y... The hotel was clean. We didn't have a lot of interaction with the staff, we were hard core tourists, out all day, but the interactions we did have were pleasant. They do lock the door after a certain time at night, we would just knock and they'd buzz us in... I'd recommend it because of it's convenient location and easy access to the city centre - enjoy Paris!
All fantastic - pricey but lovely. Very handy for eiffel tower and opposite the metro stop. Breakfast is standard Paris fare and at 16 euro's per person simply not worth it
Good location, very friendly quirky style.”
We had a very enjoyable stay at this hotel. The hotel staff were friendly and very helpful. The room we had was good with rather individual design. The breakfast room was a little on the small side, but attractive decor.
Bed and breakfast feel in the heart of the city”
Great location and great place to stay. The hotel is quaint with the charm of a bed and breakfast. There are several cafes and restaurants open late nearby which made it easy to find dinner after a day of exploring the city. The hotel is right at the Metro of the same name. If there was any drawback it would be that our room shared a wall with the reception desk. While the hotel does its best to muffle all noise it was possible to hear everyone checking in and out and it's also possible to feel the vibration of the Metro train passing underground.
Cute environment but tiny rooms”
we arrived and were greeted warmly at the reception. we were early but our room was ready. were surprised that the room was a lot tinier than expected (like really tiny). but since we were out for most of the day and only came back to the hotel at night, it was not a major issue for us. room : the room was nice and had clean, fresh smelling sheets. the bathroom was tiny as well but well designed. the hot water doesn't last very long so be mindful if you are travelling with a partner. we didn't see any fridge in the room. the a/c was good and kept the temperature nice and cool all day long. tv with remote. bed was also small-ish ... my partner's feet were hanging off the edge (he's about 6 ft). no view from our r facilities : there is a lift that takes you from the reception to the upper floors but it is also tiny. 2 people is the limit. our bags wouldn't fit so they had to be taken up the stairs for us. we were told there was a 'hammam' downstairs but we didn't use this facility. neither did we pay extra for breakfast at the hotel, but they do serve food on site. pros : the hotel is strategically located within a short walk to many of paris' main attractions and monuments like the eiffel tower, hotel les invalides and the tomb of napoleon. its on a quiet street with many nearby cafes / bistros with prices to suit every budget. the metro station is literally right outside. value for money : for the price we paid by booking thru agoda, yes it was good value for money, coz the actual off-the-rack prices advertised at the hotel were way more expensive. service and environment : service was always warm and with a smile. the front doors are locked electronically after nightfall and guests returning late will be buzzed in by the reception desk clerk. the hotel itself has a nice quiet environment and very prettily decorated throughout. however, the walls are pretty thin and you can hear when other guests go tromping up the wooden stairs very clearly.
A Paris Hotel that ticked all of the boxes......”
Lovely old mansion, Service best I have found from a 2 or 3 star Hotel in Paris and directly opposite to metro is a huge plus. Rooms vary in size so it pays to ask (as we did) to seek availability of larger rooms for the same price. regardless rooms are all very comfortable with new bathroom facilities. Breakfast is in the wine cellar which has a lot of ambiance.
The hotel has a nice feel about it the moment you enter the doors. it is perfectly located in the Invalides section of Paris with a Metro staion directly across the road, making it easy to travel around Paris on their cheap subway systm. It was a liesurely 15 minutes walk to the Eiffel Towere which enables you to visit in both night and day for some great photos. the staff were very helpful and speak good english and the cafe right next door makes a great cappucino coffee and omlette for breakfast.
I picked this hotel for it's location - central Paris within walking distance to many landmarks. We arrived late, but this was no problem, and we were treated very well for the short time we stayed there. They upgraded us to a suite, which like all the rooms in this boutique hotel, was quite unique. It was a top floor suite with skylights, an nice lounge area and crushed purple velvet on all the furniture. It was something out of Versailles I think - but went well with the property, location and theme. Only drawback with the room was that being a 300 year old building and being the top floor, the ceilings were slanted and a bit low - not a room for those over 2 meters! The other challenge - and this is the same for most Paris boutique hotels - is that the elevator cannot fit more than two people, or one person with luggage. They work around this though, and send you up first and then your bags. All around, a good stay and great location.