A hidden gem in the heart of the fashion district, the charming Hotel Astor-Saint Honoré lets you experience the 'real' Paris among the locals; sheltered from the hustle and bustle surrounding the city’s most popular attractions and tourist destinations. Built in 1907 by John Jacob, this historic hotel boasts an exclusive address and exceptional location; not to mention a dedicated team, eager to make each moment of your stay perfect. Whisk a special someone away for a weekend at the Hotel Astor-Saint Honoré; fine dining, a dedicated personal concierge, and inviting accommodations will guarantee an unforgettable stay. Rapid transport links make it easy to reach the La Defense business area and walking distance to Paris' most iconic sights Classic style and contemporary facilities make our hotel a wonderful venue for inspiring business events and celebrations. Choose from four versatile meeting rooms, ranging from the cozy 15 sq. m. Salon Ernest Hemmingway to our spacious main event space. Elegant private dining rooms provide the perfect setting for receptions and special meals Taking inspiration from chic Parisian apartments, our guest rooms feature beautiful French doors and high ceilings, creating a sense of light and space. Stay connected with WiFi, and enjoy thoughtful touches like complimentary Evian water, tea and coffee. Start your evening off with a classic cocktail in our bar, or let the expert mixologist create a unique drink. Monday to Friday, savor delicious French cuisine in the sophisticated Astor restaurant, the ideal space for intimate business lunches and romantic dinners
French lady at the desk was sorta mean at check in
the location was great. the staff very nice .
standard room very tiny and kind of old..
Very Quiet Location.
οnly the location very central
Pleasantness of staff
The room was too small for the price
All the staff were very friendly and accomodating.Wonderful bed,so comfortable!
Bar closed too early at midnight just as we arrived back from a concert.Scrambled egg at breakfast was dire.