Your stay in Paris
Between the banks of the Seine and the Musée Rodin
In the heart of the neighbourhood around Les Invalides and the political district, the Hotel Palais Bourbon gives you access to historical, cultural and political Paris.
Rue de Bourgogne in the 7th arrondissement, between Rue de Grenelle and Rue de Varenne, owes its name to Louis XIV's grandson, the Duke of Burgundy (Bourgogne). It leads to the French National Assembly and then to the banks of the Seine, where the Concorde Bridge takes you to the right bank, a stone's throw from the Champs-Elysées.
The hotel is a two minute walk from the Rodin Museum, a 5 minute walk from Les Invalides and the Palais Bourbon (National Assembly), 10 minutes from Orsay Museum and Le Bon Marché department store, less than 20 minutes from the Louvre, Petit Palais and Grand Palais museums, the Eiffel Tower and the Saint-Germain-des-Prés area.
The hotel is 3 minutes from Varenne metro station and 5 minutes from Gare des Invalides RER station.