Welcome to Boutique Hotel Prince de Conde in Paris 6
The Prince de Condé is housed in an 18th century narrow town house and has only 11 bedrooms, making it one of the most exclusive secret hotels in Paris !
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With only 11 rooms, the Prince de Condé is an exclusive address in a 13th century old street, where the Queen Margot and D’Artagnan lived. Located in the heart of the secretive part of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, guests find themselves surrounded by art galleries in the shadow of the famous École des Beaux-Arts.
An antique bookshop desk, woodwork floor, Zuber traditional wall papers blend singularly with modern art from Marco Del Re by Gallery Maeght in Paris. A Louis XVI style bench reworked by artist Magali Jeambrun for the Prince de Condé hotel encapsulates the soul of this exclusive Parisian address.
HotelsT by F.T.
HotelsT is a family business regrouping six hotels, five in Paris and one in Siena. Our concept is based on a unique equilibrium between design and boutique hotels. We offer a friendly, cozy and creative atmosphere in a refined and detailed ensemble. Old stone walls, wood floors, intimate salons with fireplaces, diverse and rich artwork in a modern design setting; these are just some of the attributes to describe the warm and inviting atmosphere of our hotels. Our hotels display a wide range of extraordinary objects and art pieces from all around the world. The hotels’ collection is constantly replenished with a modern twist.
Our philosophy is to offer a personalized experience, an intellectual voyage and a call to each one’s curiosity with exceptional accommodation and service. We want to make our guests feel like they are home while they fully experience Paris. HotelsT happily organize themes packages on demand as well as full assistance right from the airport.
Their unique character coupled with their exceptional locations in the heart of the historical Paris (Saint-Germain des Prés and the 8th district) and in the heart of the old city of Siena make these hotels the perfect escapade that our guests will remember and share with their friends and family.
The hotel reception is open all hours including nights to welcome you. Next to the reception is a small lounge area and many of our guests enjoy sitting here while waiting for a taxi or just reading from our wide selection of newspapers and magazines (French and international press). This cozy salon looks out over rue Guénégaud and has a collection of « curiosities ». Many private homes in the past would have collections such as this housed in a precious antique « cabinet ».
Sitting in your comfortable armchair, you will feel transported back in time and you are in a private home, surrounded by objects of beauty. One of these is a fine bronze sculpture of a dancer by the artist Catherine Masson. The traces of the sculptor’s tool can be seen, providing a feeling of vibrancy and freedom.
In the winter, you will be drawn to the warmth coming from the 18th century white ceramic stove from the 18th century, tastefully modernized and electrified by Damien Spatara, a master craftsman from Alsace.
The rooms 4 star hotel Prince de Conde
All our rooms look out into the Rue de Seine. They are two per floor and our suite takes up the whole of the last floor.
The staff at the hotel Prince de Conde is available for you anytime, 24/7.
Our front desk team will help you in every way they can, as a guest of a private home and we will always keep your room for you, no matter what time of the night you arrive.
Hotel Services, for your comfort
• Reception staff available 24/7
• Free international daily newspapers available at the front
• Air conditioning
• Double glazing
• Direct dial telephone
• Individual safety deposit box
• Laundry service
• Flat screen television with international channels
• Free Internet access
Services available upon request
• Continental breakfast served in your room
• Infant cot (upon availability). Please give a 48 hours’ notice prior to arrival
• VIP welcoming set and gifts in your bedroom to celebrate a special event
• Taxi and shuttle bus reservations to go to the various airports and train stations
• Restaurant reservations or river cruises on the Seine
We will also help to organize your travel arrangements before your arrival and any help you need during your stay with us. We have plenty of practical information regarding places to visit during your stay (all the famous sights such as the Notre Dame cathedral, the Louvre Museum, The Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysées, St Germain des Prés) as well as recommendations for less known museums and places to visit.
Many of the tourist attractions are within walking distance of the hotel. There are enough fabulous things to see around our hotel in the heart of Paris that you may never even feel the need to leave the area.
Breakfast in a typical French Style
Breakfast is served from 7.30 to 11am (it is 16 euros per person, and free for children under 12).
Breakfast is available in your room or in the breakfast room. The breakfast room is vaulted with very ancient stone walls from the 13th century and an impressive central pillar. A historical architectural mystery as this room is not directly under the hotel but under another building!
There is a large choice from the hot and cold buffet served on a handsome Napoleon III style buffet table. Comfy chairs covered in colored chintz and black pedestal tables complete the sophisticated setting.
Breakfast in your bedroom
This is a continental breakfast with :
Tea, coffee, milk or hot chocolate, fruit juice, French pastries such as croissants, bread, toast, dry Swedish style toast, butter, jam, fruit compote, yoghurt…
Breakfast in the breakfast room
There is a wide choice served in a buffet style.
The cold buffet : includes freshly squeezed orange juice, selection of fruit choices, cheese, cereals, French viennoiserie pastries, Nutella, jam, a basket of fruit, fruit salad made in your kitchen…
The hot buffet : has bacon, scrambled eggs or fried, boiled and poached eggs
Well-Being at Prince de Conde
The fabulous Italian creative laboratory La Bottega has created for the Prince de Condé as part of HotelsT, a set of daily beauty products with most renowned French perfume maison Fragonard.
Enjoy the real, pure and simple bath products perfumed ‘Figuier Fleur’, an harmony scent of the sun kissed plants and flowers from the South of France in Provence.
HotelsT invites you to relax and find a blissful and peaceful moment in your room with our wellness program developed specifically for our customers. Based on aromatherapy, our wellness program offers several options to respond to your present comfort associating the art and science of valuing naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonize and promote the health of body, mind and spirit.
The Salon – Lounge – Courtesy Bar
On the ground floor you will find a cozy lounge with bookshelves surrounding the fireplace. It is the perfect place to sit and sip a drink or a coffee by Nespresso while you are waiting for friends or checking on the news and planning your day.
In a cozy hidden room with original stones walls dating back to the end of the 12th century, come and discover our Courtesy Bar. Enjoy a quiet refreshing drink, a glass of wine or a Nespresso coffee while you wait for your friends in our comfortable bar area with its electric fireplace.
On the opposite wall, a painting by the famous Israeli artist Ran Gazit, whose style is a cross between figurative and abstract art gives a special tone. The painting’s features seem to come out of the canvas and provide a presence in the lounge and its spirit. You will feel even more at home at the Hotel Prince Conde when you realize that the drinks are there for you to help yourself.
There is a little bar notebook for you to note down your drinks at your discretion, in a club style. The choice of relaxing background music is traditionally jazz or classical.
Organize your trip
You will find the hotel in the heart of Saint Germain des Près, on the oldest part of the rue de Seine. This road dates back to the 13th century, runs down to the river Seine and started to be densely built up in the 16th century.
We have famous neighbors; the private house of the La Reine Margot was near the Seine and d’Artagnan from the Three Musketeers also lived in this street.