in the center of Paris
An exquisite location
The mythical Samaritaine, which has been renovated, with its Luxury brands, conept stores and restaurants... is a minute walk from the hotel!
Famous streets L’Empire Paris boutique hotel is located between two emblematic streets of the capital: Rue Saint-Honoré, bordered by private mansions, historic buildings, luxury signs and the Palais Royal, and the highly commercial Rue de Rivoli , with its many fashion boutiques.
Discover Paris by foot Ideally located in the heart of Paris’ 1st district, our boutique hotel is within walking distance of many of the city's attractions, monuments and museums:
- Jardin des Tuileries and the Louvre,
- Les Halles and Pompidou Center,
- The historic Marais district,
- The Seine and its prestigious bridges,
- The Parisian islands, the largest of which, l’Île de la Cité, is the home to Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Sainte-Chapelle;
- Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter, on the other side of the river.
Public transportation 5 metro lines, 3 RER lines and several bus lines: L’Empire Paris boutique hotel is perfectly serviced by public transport. It offers direct access to most Parisian districts and:
- Roissy-Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports;
- Paris railway stations: Gare du Nord, Gare de l'Est, Gare de Lyon, Montparnasse, Saint-Lazare;
- “La Défense” business district;
- Bourget and the “Villepinte” Exhibition center
- Disneyland Paris.
How to get to the Paris Empire
Arriving by car
Arriving by train
The Louvre Museum
The Louvre, which is one of the 5 most famous and recognized museums in the world, houses 35,000 works (including the Mona Lisa of Leonardo da Vinci) and offers a fabulous permanent exhibition dedicated to Egypt.
For the lovers of Manet, Monet, Degas, Courbet, Cézanne or Renoir: the former D’Orsay railway station, now a museum, has the largest collection of Impressionist art work on the planet.
Notre-Dame de Paris
Located on the Île de la Cité, Notre Dame Cathedral is an emblematic monument of our beautiful capital. Famous for its stained glass windows and rosettes, the cathedral gathers nearly 40,000 people a day. It has become the most visited monument in France. You can enjoy free admission.
Worn by its illustrious residents, this theater also known as "the House of Molière" is the only one in France to have a permanent troupe of actors. A true institution, founded by Louis XIV in 1680, the French Comedy program plays pieces all year long.
Palais Galliera - Fashion Museum
Today, this museum created in the early 1980s, brings together more than 100,000 of the most sophisticated creations, garments and accessories in the world. It opens its doors for temporary exhibitions, around two or three each year.
Pompidou Center - Beaubourg, Place des Vosges, Hotel de Ville, Notre-Dame of Paris, Sainte-Chapelle, Conciergerie, Jardin des Tuilleries, L’Orangerie ...