The Hotel de la rue de Lille is in the legendary area of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the heart of intellectual life in the 20th century. It is a welcoming and elegant four star boutique hotel which celebrates the artists, poets and singers who were responsible for the area's fame, and the places where they met: les Deux Magots, le Flore, Lipp…


In a peaceful road on the left bank, in the heart of the aristocratic area of Faubourg Saint-Germain, which was so dear to Marcel Proust, and only a few yards from Serge Gainsbourg's house, each of its 15 rooms and junior suites is a shrine to an artist who lived in the area. They draw you in to find out more about the intellectual buzz that was everywhere in the cafe terraces, bistros, and brasseries, and until the early hours of the morning in the jazz clubs..




Sartre and Beauvoir, Camus, Prévert, Queneau, Vian, Gréco, Sagan, Gainsbourg… each of the hotel's rooms is imbued with the spirit of the artists who reinvented liberty and made nonconformism a way of life.

You'll find serene tranquillity allied with a lively, playful intellectuality, just like that experienced in Saint-Germain-des-Prés when the breath of post war optimism was blowing.





Original photographs, vintage ornaments, first editions and other books from the period … everything is designed to take you back into the world of those people who have left their mark on the history of European thought.




The Hotel de la rue de Lille****, which was entirely designed and decorated by the architect and interior designer, Jean-Luc Bras, meets the highest possible standards of comfort and sustainability.






Everything is there to make you feel at home, including our concierge service who will meet any of your needs, and individual iPads which will help you find the best kept secrets of the area.




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