Literary hotels in Paris

Bringing together fresh towels and fine writing

Olivia Rutherford / Time OutL'Hotel

Print is not only not dead, it can fuel a whole luxury lifestyle choice, as these fabulous hotels prove. Some of them have bona fide links to great names in literature – if the idea of sleeping in the same room where Oscar Wilde died seems like an appealing option for a mini-break – whie others are cleverly cashing in on visitors' taste for immersing themselves Paris's intellectual history. From a budget break in a charming hotel moments from Notre-Dame (and named for the book's heroine), to a Michelin-starred restaurant sending you room service in a hotel that once hosted Albert Camus, these brilliant places to stay all ooze character.

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L'Hôtel

For the ultimate sensuous, decadent Parisian trip with scintillating literary overtones, head for the sumptuous L’Hôtel in St-Germain-des-Prés...

Saint-Germain-des-Prés
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Hôtel Pont Royal

The Pont Royal is an extremely grand and luxurious place to stay, with the added cachet of having hosted many of the big names of Paris's literary society during its long history...

7e arrondissement

Hôtel Esmeralda

Hotel Esmeralda, situated just across the river from Notre-Dame, takes its name from the hunchback’s heartbreakingly beautiful gypsy love interest in Victor Hugo's novel...

Quartier latin
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