A Parisian stay between Seine & Tour Eiffel





Hotel Gustave, a few steps
from the symbol of

Located only a 15-minute walk away from the Champ de Mars and the Eiffel Tower, Gustave Hotel has been named so after Gustave Eiffel, the architect of the tower which became the symbol of Paris. In the heart of the chic and lively Grenelle area, famous for the Universal Exposition of 1889

and 1900, Hotel Gustave is a charming 4-star boutique hotel located in a quiet residential street nearby the Dupleix metro station on line 6 and less than 10 minutes from the banks of the Seine and the Ile aux Cygnes.



Starting until the lobby, Gustave Hotel decoration created links between the 1900s and today. The journey through time continues along the floors, in a flooded Paris whose waters engulf the corridors ... From the poetic public spaces to its astonishing rooms, where you will sleep under the emblematic buildings of Paris,

Gustave Hotel transports you in the modern poetry of the Belle Époque while offering you a stay at the cutting-edge comfort of the 21st century (air conditioning and free wireless internet connection)


The 32 rooms of this small and comfortable boutique hotel, assure you a relaxing stay. Each one of them offers you to sleep under the monuments erected during the Universal Exhibitions of 1889 and 1900. The Eiffel Tower, the Grand Palais or the Petit Palais will watch over you quiet sleep, 

in a punctuated decoration of pink, golden yellow, turquoise or blue celadon touches. All these shades recall those of nature and the countryside, as they were found in the neighborhood of Grenelle before it started to urbanize.