Only a few step away from the Musée d'Orsay, the Louvre, the Notre-Dame Cathedral and close to many restaurants and little shops, you will be ideally located to enjoy the cultural wealth of Paris and its most fashionable area.
You might even be lucky enough to meet one of the many writers, actors or top fashion designers who live in rue de Verneuil. You may come across fans of Serge Gainsbourg, whose house stands in front of the hotel.
According to the stories passed on from generation to generation and the information gathered since its construction in the 17th century, Hotel Verneuil was not originally built as a hotel.
The building used to serve as an apartment building for the numerous merchants who worked along the Seine River, such as fishermen.
The structure of the hotel suggests that there used to be a stable on the main level, and the vaulted basement made of stone was probably used to store materials or food, as it provided cooler temperatures in the summer periods.
Many years later, Hotel Verneuil became a boarding house which hosted men and women from the neighborhood or travelers...
Finally, the building was bought in 1956 and granted its first hotel certification.
This marks the creation of Hotel Verneuil and the passion that remains: that of spending time in good company, of receiving guests like at home, of sharing stories and mostly of making our guests' stay unforgettable.
For over 60 years, Hotel Verneuil and its team have been hosting and sharing their love of Paris with curious travelers, eager explorers, lovers, food connoisseurs, shopping aficionados, and all the visitors who honor us by choosing Hotel Verneuil for their stay in the City of Light.
We are sorry to announce that due to the age of the building, we are not able to accommodate people with limited mobility.
People who have trouble walking or climbing stairs must inform our booking service so we can make necessary arrangements.
Hotel Verneuil offers a classical room on the ground floor. The other rooms are located upstairs and can only be accessed by climbing up a first flight of stairs. An elevator then carries guests between the 1st and the 5th floor.
Hotel Verneuil is the perfect location to get to the exhibitions centers, or your meetings and to explore Paris at the same time.
The Saint-Germain des Prés metro station, is only 250 metres away, and enables you to reach other parts of Paris easily.
Porte de Versailles is accessible directly by the Metro line 12, from Rue du Bac station, and La Défense, direct by the metro line 1, from Palais Royal Musee du Louvre station. Both main business centers are only 15 to 20 minutes' metro ride away.
Why deny yourself such a pleasant district when you are in Paris on business ?
This is indeed a very exclusive address known by the discerning traveller who will cherish it like a well kept secret.