Hotel Bel Ami

Rooms 108   Architecture Christian Lalande   Interior Design Véronique Terreaux, Nathalie Battesti, Marina Bessé, Pascal Allaman
The Original Anne Jousse, Philippe Maidenberg

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Rooms
108
Architecture
Christian Lalande
Interior
Design Véronique Terreaux, Nathalie Battesti, Marina Bessé, Pascal Allaman
The Original Anne Jousse, Philippe Maidenberg
—Hotel Bel Ami's literary history offers a perfect vantage point from which to explore Paris’ intellectual center—the 6th arrondissement.

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    Rooms 108 / Architecture Christian Lalande / Interior Design Véronique Terreaux, Nathalie Battesti, Marina Bessé, Pascal Allaman / The Original Anne Jousse, Philippe Maidenberg
    Hotel Bel Ami

    Located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in Paris, which has attracted Parisian intellectuals since the 18th century, Hotel Bel Ami calls one of Paris’ most storied districts home. Here you can enjoy the beautiful Rive Gauche, find some of the most complete and interesting bookshops in Paris, stop by one of the historical cafés, or simply get lost in the enchanting streets peppered with hidden restaurants and young designer boutiques around the church of Saint-Sulpice. Tucked away on a tiny side-street, Hotel Bel Ami brings together in its concept and design the most interesting characteristics of its setting: history, cultural life, and sophisticated choices for relaxing, shopping, and eating.

    Nearest Airport
    CDG - Charles De Gaulle Airport
    Food & Drink
    Bar & Lounge
    Spa & Recreation
    Health Club, Massage, Sauna
    Conference & Meetings
    3 meeting rooms
    Internet
    Complimentary WiFi
    Services
    Bellman, Breakfast, Concierge, Parking, Room Service

    Rooms & Suites

    Inspired by Hotel Bel Ami’s literary background as a 19th century printworks, the newly refurnished bedrooms have been conceived as elegant environments with a focus on minimalism. Here, one can easily settle in with a desk and bookshelf for the simple pleasure of reading or writing. The bathrooms, designed as luxury huts, are decorated in natural wood tones. The hotel’s architecture features two exposed external walls, giving each room a special light according to its direction and floor. For total quiet, all rooms have double-glazed windows.

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    ARCHITECTURE

    Philippe Maidenberg

    Housed in a former 19th-century printing works, in which the first copy of Guy de Maupassant's novel Bel Ami was printed, the building was redesigned by architect and designer Philippe Maidenberg. The surrounding quartier Saint-German-des-Prés slowly grew around the ancient Abbey during the 12th-Century. Today, the Abbey is perfectly integrated to the Hausmanian architecture of Paris, and is the heart of the quartier. Its ancient history and lively cultural life are perfectly reflected in the Hotel Bel Ami, located in the heart of this neighborhood. 

    INTERIOR DESIGN

    Low-key Luxe

    Luxury fabrics and bright colors create an elegant, yet cutting-edge atmosphere. Hotel Bel Ami’s 108 rooms and suites feature natural grey furnishing offset by green and blue tones that allude to the evening hues of Paris. While at Bel Ami Café, the radiant colors, a collection of art books and video-screenings showing Parisian life and the natural light entering from a bay window, make it the perfect place to enjoy a plentiful brunch. 

    MADE BY ORIGINALS

    Anne Jousse and Philippe Maidenberg

    Savvy businesswoman Anne Jousse is president of Jousse Bessé Signature, a family-run hotel brand that offers luxury with a human face. Jousse worked as an insurance broker for 20 years in the family business before turning towards hospitality. As travelers, the Bessé family seeks to create ideal spaces for business and leisure. Architect Philippe Maidenberg, who has worked in hotel architecture since 1995, has designed and renovated a diverse range of hotel rooms, suites, and properties around the world. And, of course, the outcome of Bel-Ami is no less brilliant.

    • Business Unusual

      • Free cancellation until 2PM on the day of arrival
      • Includes breakfast & laundry or ironing service
      • Priority for early check-in & late check-out
    • 7for5

      • Stay seven nights and only pay for five!
      • Complimentary breakfast
    • Value

      • Get Up to 20% off
      • Complimentary breakfast