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Tonic Hotel du Louvre

The Tonic Hotel du Louvre is a charming hotel that welcomes you in the shade of the ancient walls, ideally located in the heart of Paris, 3 minutes walk from the Louvre Museum, between the Pont Neuf and Canopée des Halles.

This hotel is a typical Parisian boutique hotel with 35 rooms which are located in 2 wings with 2 lifts.

The elegant setting combines tradition and simplicity, and everything has been designed to cultivate the art of well-being.

 

A little history

In 1689, within the framework of the town planning ordered by Louis XIV, rue du Roule was designed to facilitate and enable a direct connection between the Pont Neuf and the church of Saint-Eustache; it takes the name of a former fief called du Roule. It quickly became one of the busiest streets in Paris.

Even today this passage’s position gives it a strategic nature in the heart of the historic district of the city.

The buildings constructed in this street by Jean-Baptiste Prévôt, architect of King Louis XIV Buildings were the forerunners of the new planning rules that brought Paris out of the Middle Ages and into the era of Urbanism.

 

An ideal location in the heart of Paris

The Tonic Hotel du Louvre in the centre of the street is strategically placed at the crossroads. So you can easily walk to the Louvre Museum and Tuileries, then Concorde, the Champs Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe themselves are not too far away. The bravest can continue to the Eiffel Tower.

Place Vendome, the Opera, The Museum of Modern Art at the Pompidou Centre, the Seine and finally its magnificent bridges are just a few metres from us.

For shopping you are also in the ideal place, from the Forum des Halles to Rue Saint-Honoré, not forgetting the diverse Rue de Rivoli, there is something for all budgets.

The rue Montorgueil has become one of the most popular meeting places in Paris. Restaurants, food stores, and terraces… Picturesque, it is where the Bohemians can be found. You will certainly find what you’re looking for there too.

However, if you prefer not to walk or the weather is not too forgiving, we are surrounded by three metro stations (Louvre Rivoli, Pont-Neuf and Chatelet) serving countless stations and give you access to all major intramural and extramural attractions and taking you directly to the main train stations and two airports in Paris.

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