The National Assembly in the centre of Paris
Close to our charming 3-star hotel
The building that houses the National Assembly and that symbolises the French Republic has aristocratic origins. The Palais Bourbon was built in the 18th century on land bought by the Duchess of Bourbon, the daughter of Louis XIV and Madame de Montespan. It served as a princely residence from 1722 to 1788, was modernised by the Prince of Condé, and became the republic's first palace in 1791.
The whole National Assembly complex covers 124,000 m² with almost 9,500 rooms. In addition to the Palais Bourbon, it comprises three other buildings reserved for deputies and their staff's offices. You can take advantage of our charming hotel's location near the National Assembly in the centre of Paris to admire its statues and carvings that date from the First Empire. Today, 577 deputies who represent the French population work there.