This post will be dedicated to telling you a little bit about my wonderful stay at Hotel Le Littré in Paris.
I am beyond obssessed with this hotel and its location. It is located in a super nice area of Paris, between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Montparnasse, where you can literally walk for a minute and come across a bunch of cool shops, then walk another 5 mins and be surrounded by some of the most classic restaurants and cafés in Paris. Trés bien!
The outside of the hotel is everything you’d expect a French hotel to be, very classic.
As soon as we walked into the hotel we were kindly greeted by the people in the front desk whom we found to be super accomodating throughout our stay.
You can tell the hotel has been there for some time now, but I love how they renovated it without losing its classic touch.
Hotel Le Littré seemed to me super comforting and family friendly.
Our room was a bright red color that made the atmosphere feel very French. I was greeted with delicious macarons and a very nice note with my name on it wishing me a pleasant stay.
As you can see, I wasted no time before enjoying the macarons they left out for me.
We unfortunately didn’t have a nice view of the city from our room but it really didn’t matter because we were exploring outside most of the time.
The room and restroom were decorated very nicely in a traditional manner and I thought they were exceptionally clean. Our room had AC, flatscreen TV, a safe, a minibar and we also had Wi-Fi access the entire time, which was great because my service in France was not the best.
The bathroom included bathrobes and slippers and a magnifying shaving/makeup mirror.
The morning after our arrival, before getting ready, we decided to head downstairs and get some breakfast (which is complimentary, by the way). I loooved the stairs that took us to the breakfast area. It was a nice surprise when we went downstairs and saw all those beautiful tables and a delicious and well-served breakfast buffet.
The first thing I had to get was, of course, the delicious chocolate croissants. They also had plenty of other appetizing options like fruit, yogurt, cereal, different types of bread, crepes, omelets, meats and cheeses, etc.
When I wake up I always crave something sweet so I usually get some fruit, a pastry, juice and some coffee.
For those of you who enjoy a cocktail, there’s also a small bar area where you can have one freshly made and enjoy it next to an adorable little terrace. So cozy!
You can also find a small business center with two computers; I think it is so convenient for some people who come to Paris on a business trip or if they’d just like to print something.
Due to time constraints, unfortunately, I didn’t get to go to the newly opened sauna and fitness center.
I can honestly say that Hotel Le Littré exceeded my expectations by so much, thanks to their very welcoming staff, nice amenities and spacious rooms.
This hotel is not to be missed when traveling to Paris, especially if you want to shop and dine around your hotel. Book your stay at Hotel Le Littré or email reservations at firstname.lastname@example.org
What did you think about this beautiful and understated hotel? Aren’t you already dying to wake up there?
xx, Victoria C.
Most of my stay at Hotel Le Littré was complimentary but, as always, all opinions are my own and would never recommend something I didn’t genuinely like.