Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Awarded Top Luxury Boutique Hotel in Europe

We are thrilled to announce that Hotel Esprit Saint Germain has won the Luxury Travel Advisor Awards of Excellence for "Top Luxury Boutique Hotel in Europe". This significant distinction is a result of your support and the hotel’s continued commitment to excellence in service and hospitality. Thank you for this honor, thank you Luxury Travel Advisor and Ruthanne Sutor Terrerero.

Hotel Esprit Saint Germain has been designed along the lines of a private residence. Ideally situated in the heart of Paris, on the Left Bank. This is a very Parisian, very intimate and very warm five-star boutique hotel, stunningly designed with real loving care put into each of its 28 rooms and lounges. Clients are welcomed as if they were guests in a friend's home sitting in the living room by the fireplace with a personalized and dedicated service, while enjoying complimentary drinks anytime during their stay. It is just what you imagine a French hotel should look like.

Saturday, November 17, 2018

#15 in the Best Hotels in Paris in the Condé Nast Traveler 2018 Readers' Choice Awards.

Our Review

Betsy BlumenthalAssociate Editor, City Guides
If you’ve been mulling over buying a second home in Paris, but have a fear of commitment, the Hôtel Esprit Saint Germain might offer the perfect solution: The 28-room boutique hotel, over on the city’s Left Bank, feels more like a (very chic) home than a hotel, at once intimate, elegant, and accommodating—minus the property taxes. Rooms are sleek and modern, with pops of mauve, teal, and magenta, and glossy, glass-topped coffee tables and desks; others are a little more romantic, with thick, dark-stained wooden beams cutting across the ceiling, and wall-to-wall leopard-print carpeting. But, in true Parisian fashion, it’s always just enough, and never too much.

Conde Nast 2018 Traveler Readers' Choice Awards

Monday, June 18, 2018

Best Boutique Hotel Wordlwide

We are thrilled to announce that Hotel Esprit Saint Germain is for the 3rd time winner of the Award of Best Luxury Boutique Hotel Worldwide by Luxury Travel Advisor.
This significant distinction is a result of the hotel’s continued commitment to excellence in service and hospitality.

Reed the article here

Friday, March 16, 2018

What to do in Paris this Spring

Find below 6 Must-See exhibitions in Paris this Spring:

Palais Galliera, until July 15th
This exhibition, the first retrospective in Paris devoted to Belgian fashion designer Martin Margiela, traces the career, from 1989 to 2009, of a designer who not only questioned the structure of garments but also challenged the structure of the fashion system.
Using more than 130 silhouettes, videos of défilés, House archives and special installations, the Margiela / Galliera exhibition offers us an unprecedented look at one of the most influential contemporary fashion designers. 

Musée Maillol, until July 15th
The Musée Maillol presents an exhibition to the Japanese artist, Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita.
The exhibition traces the story of a unique destiny, that of an artist evolving between two cultures. From his beginnings in Japan, through his ascent and the revelation of his work, his career will lead him to the creation of this character so unique in the Parisian context of the Roaring Twenties. Fifty years after Foujita's death in 1968, the Musée Maillol is honored with the luminous and rare work of the most oriental painter of Montparnasse. 

Musée du Luxembourg, until July 1st
Celebrating the 500th anniversary of his birth, this exhibition traces the rise of Tintoretto and the decisive years of his career. It will explore how he built himself to become the most brilliant representative of the Venetian Mannerism.

Diane Vernet, who has collected artist’s jewellery (Alexander Calder, Jeff Koons, Pablo Picasso, Niki de Saint Phalle, César…) for more than thirty years, is sharing her passion for these miniature artworks that often echo the artist’s formal language. Her collection of some 230 pieces, complemented by exceptional loans from galleries, collectors and the artists’ families. 

Musée Jacquemart-André, until July 23rd
The Musée Jacquemart-André will be holding a major retrospective devoted to Mary Cassatt (1844–1926). Considered during her lifetime as the greatest American artist, Cassatt lived in France for more than sixty years. This monographic exhibition will enable visitors to rediscover the artist through fifty major works which will convey her modernist approach — that of an American woman in Paris. 

Monday, February 5, 2018

What about a Spring Break in Paris? 

Thanks to our Special offer "Short Break", be prepared to live an amazing experience with a guaranteed upgrade in a Superior Room, a complimentary transfer, and daily American breakfast.  
Special offer available until May 10th, 2018.


Que pensez-vous d'un séjour à Paris ce printemps ? 

Grâce à notre offre spéciale "Escapade parisienne", soyez prêts à vivre une expérience enchantée à l'hôtel Esprit Saint Germain grâce à un surclassement garanti en chambre de catégorie Supérieure, un transfert inclut et le petit déjeuner américain chaque jour pour 2 personnes.  
Offre spéciale disponible jusqu'au 10 Mai 2018.

Thursday, December 21, 2017

L'Esprit Saint Germain vous souhaite de bonnes fêtes de fin d'année !


The Esprit Saint Germain takes this opportunity to wish you 
a merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year!

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Summer "special" at Esprit Saint Germain

Prolongez le plaisir d’une expérience à l’Esprit Saint Germain en profitant de la dernière nuit offerte pour tout séjour de 3 nuits consécutives.
Offre valable sur chambre de catégorie Supérieure, du 12 juillet au 31 août 2017.

Plus de détails sur notre site internet.


Let the pleasure of a break in Paris last longer: this summer, Hotel Esprit Saint Germain offers you a complimentary night when staying 3 consecutive nights on property.
Offer available in Superior room, from July 12th to August 31st 2017.

More details on our website

Thursday, March 9, 2017

What to do in Paris this Spring

Spring is rising with new exhibitions in Paris. Find below our favorites:

Museum Maillol, from March 2nd to July 23rd, 2017

The idea for this exhibition came from reading the book 21 rue La Boétie (Grasset) by Anne Sinclair, in which the author tells the story of her grandfather, Paul Rosenberg (1881-1959), one of the great art dealers of the first half of the last century.

The career of this exceptional man, a successful businessman and knowledgeable art lover, the friend and agent of Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Léger, Marie Laurencin, to name but some of the most well-known artists, serves as the guiding theme through a much wider history than his own, one in which he was both actor and victim. In other words, an exhibition on art and civilization, with the legendary gallery of Paul Rosenberg serving as the pivot to 20th century period paintings that combines the history of art, social and political history and the history of mentalities as these unfolded in France, Europe and the United States.

A significant portion of these works are linked directly to Paul Rosenberg, having transited through his galleries in Paris or New York. Rosenberg was an emblematic witness to a crucial turning point in the history of art: the shift of the centre of artistic gravity from one side of the Atlantic to the other, due of course to the upheavals caused by the Second World War.

Louvre Museum, from February 22nd to May 22nd, 2017

Through comparisons with the works of other artists of the Golden Age - among them Gerrit Dou, Gerard ter Borch, Jan Steen, Pieter de Hooch, Gabriel Metsu, Caspar Netscher, and Frans van Mieris — the exhibition brings to light Vermeer’s membership of a network of painters specializing in the depiction of everyday life while admiring, inspiring, and vying with each other. Although they were painting in different cities of the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands, their pictures show marked similarities of style, subject, composition and technique.

This dynamic rivalry played its part in the remarkable quality of their respective works; in this context we might be tempted to think of Vermeer as just one painter among others, but in point of fact this reciprocal contact tended to render his temperament sharper and more individual. Rather than a stylistic innovator, he emerges as an agent of metamorphosis.

Marmottan Monet Museum, from February 23rd to July 2nd, 2017

The Marmottan Monet Museum presents the first monographic exhibition Camille Pissarro in Paris for 36 years. Some seventy-five of his masterpieces, paintings and temperas, from major museums worldwide and prestigious private collections, tracing the work of Camille Pissarro, from his youth in the Danish West Indies to large series urban of Paris, Rouen and Le Havre at the end of his life. Considered by Cézanne as ” the first Impressionist ” Pissarro was one of the founders of this group.

It is also the only one to participate in their eight exhibitions. Companion and faithful friend of Monet, master of Cézanne and Gauguin, Seurat inspirer, supporter of Signac, Pissarro is a major and essential artist. Polyglot intellectual, committed and militant, listening to the younger generation, his work, powerful and evolving, offers a unique view of the research that has animated the Impressionists and Post-circles of the second half of the nineteenth century.

Friday, January 27, 2017

Cast your vote for the 2016 Awards of Excellence!

Esprit Saint Germain is nominated for the 3rd time to become the “Top Luxury Boutique Hotel Worldwide” by the famous Luxury Travel Advisors Magazine.

Voting is open to Travel Advisors only. Click here to vote.

Please do voice your opinion. 
Every vote makes a difference!

Voting ends March 24th, 2017.