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The Hotel Aiglon Paris Montparnasse
A 1930s building faithful to the art deco style

Hotel Aiglon is a building built in the 1930s that remains faithful to the Art Deco style. The cosy and comfortable atmosphere of this delightful establishment will make you feel right at home! And with several rooms capable of accommodating up to 5 people, this is the ideal hotel for a family break in the capital city of France.

Located in the left bank of Paris, next to the metro station Raspail and just a few minutes away from Gare Montparnasse train station, hotel Aiglon is extremely well served by public transport and is the perfect location to explore the City of Light!

Come and stay at the hotel Aiglon, your undeniably chic and Art Deco Parisian pied-à-terre, and walk in the footsteps of the Roaring Twenties’ artists who shaped the history of the Montparnasse district.

Our rooms and suites

All rooms in the Hotel Aiglon are delicately furnished with refined fabrics and Art Deco motifs.

To ensure your comfort and your feeling of complete relaxation, each room has an ensuite bathroom with a shower or a bathtub, natural body care products, a hairdryer, and a courtesy tray (Kettle with KODAMA teas and herbal teas, coffee, biscuits). Bathrobes, slippers, and a Nespresso machine are available in our Superior rooms and our Suites only. All our bathrooms have one window at least, and a unique custom-made mosaic designed by the artist Mathilde Jonquière.

Hotel Aiglon,
an Art deco hotel in Paris

Art Deco is an artistic and architectural movement born in the 1910s in France and Belgium, that developed into a major style and influence in western countries in the 1920s, before declining in the 1930s.

The predecessor of Art Deco was Art Nouveau, also known in France as the "Noodle Style", a pejorative name given by its detractors because of its arabesque and curved shapes.

Before the First World War, the Art Nouveau evolved into a more sober and geometric style. Art Deco was born !

The services
of our hotel
in Paris Montparnasse

The whole team of the Hotel Aiglon is delighted to welcome you to make your Parisian stay as enjoyable as possible thanks to its 4-star service, combining know-how and professionalism.

As the satisfaction of our customers is our top priority, the reception team of the hotel Aiglon is at your disposal 24 hours a day to advise you and take care of you.

Our receptionists speak several foreign languages including English and Spanish to provide you a warm welcome and a personalized service throughout your stay or weekend in Paris, whether you are on a business or a leisure trip.

 

The offers of Hotel Aiglon

Discover the offers of the Aiglon, our family hotel in paris

The Hotel Aiglon is a family hotel in Paris. Take advantage of our many offers and our 4-star service to make your weekend in Paris unforgettable.

THE HOTEL AIGLON; A WARM WELCOME AND AN UNFORGETTABLE FAMILY STAY

In addition to French, our trilingual team speaks English and Spanish. Aware that these languages ​​are among the most widely spoken ​​in the world, our team is happy to welcome our guests in their native language.

If necessary, our concierge service can store your luggage for a few days, enabling you to discover and explore Paris without being encumbered on public transport.

A FAMILY VISIT TO PARIS AT THE HOTEL AIGLON

Paris is THE capital of art and culture, with more than 2,000 museums and other attractions.

With around twenty public green spaces, the city is also the ideal vacation spot for the whole family. There are many places to take your little ones in the 14th arrondissement as well as throughout Paris.

Visit the Montparnasse district of Paris

Stroll through the Montparnasse district and you’ll be walking in the footsteps of the artists of the Belle Epoque and the Roaring Twenties.

Discover the spirit of Paris Montparnasse from your base at the Hotel Aiglon

From the studios of the artists who lived there to the many theatres and cinemas it hosts, the Montparnasse district is one of the most artistically vibrant in Paris.

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