No of rooms : 41
City : Paris
Address : 7, Rue Du Général Beuret, 75015 PARIS
Zipcode : 75015
Phone : 33(0)1 56 56 63 90
Fax : 33(0)1 48 28 88 46
Contact : Email Inter-Hotel Delos-Vaugirard
Website : www.delosvaugirard-paris-hotel.com
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33(0)1 56 56 63 90
33(0)1 48 28 88 46
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Address : 7, Rue Du Général Beuret, 75015 PARIS
Travel Information : Metro: Vaugirard (line 12), Cambronne (line 10).
RER: the nearest station is Denfert Rochereau (RER B) 10 mins away.
Bus : 39, 70, 80, 88, 89
Railway station: Montparnasse
The hotel lies in the heart of the 15th district, between Montparnasse railway station, the Invalides, the Eiffel Tower and the Exhibition Park at Porte de Versailles.
From Vaugirard metro station, line 12 takes you directly to Orsay Museum, Place de la Concorde, Madeleine, the department stores and Montmartre...
Our efficient and attentive staff will be delighted to assist you and guide you during your stay.
Hotel Information : Lying on the Left Bank of the Seine, at metro Vaugirard, this 2-star hotel is situated in a building dating from the 1930s, in a picturesque district of the city. In a neat and cosy setting, its offers 41 comfortable, light and quiet rooms. The hotel Délos-Vaugirard also has an attractive small garden where you may enjoy your breakfast during the summer months.
It occupies a central position in the heart of the 15th district, near the famed Eiffel Tower. There are several opportunities for shopping and entertainment and many tourist attractions, either within walking distance, or easily accessible by public transport. The very commercial district of La Convention, only a short walk away, with its picturesque markets, plunges the visitor into the heart of the French capital.
Description : The reception is open 24 hours a day.
You will appreciate the quality of our services and, in particular, the precious help offered by our receptionists, Abdel, Anès and Alexandra, who will help you to discover our Parisian addresses, thus ensuring that your stay is unforgettable! They speak the following languages: English, Spanish, Italian, Arabic, and Russian.
They will take care of making bookings for shows and restaurants and can send faxes for you.
The hotel also has a safe, a fee-paying secure car park, as well as a public car park nearby.
Food & Beverages : A comfortable lounge awaits you for some relaxation after your walks, an ideal place for you to talk, read the newspapers and watch television. Several television rooms are at your disposal.
There is also access to a fee-paying Internet service. The hotel has a porter service and a night porter.
Breakfast can be served in your room.
The hotel also offers a varied buffet breakfast in the dining room from 6.30am to 10.00am. You can enjoy tea, coffee, hot chocolate, bread, jam, pastries, fruit salad or yoghurts, eggs, cheese and a choice of breakfast cereals.
This copious buffet will help you to make a good start to your day.
Region Information : This traditional district holds some typically Parisian delights: picturesque markets, restaurants, wine bars, sunny terraces, attractive shops...
Enjoy a walk in the district of Montparnasse which offers some good quality restaurants. Two cafes are the symbol of Montparnasse of the Roaring Twenties: the Dôme and the Coupole. These cafes were used as the meeting place for cosmopolitan bohemians of the period, such as the author, Apollinaire, the painters, Gauguin, Matisse and "Rousseau the customs officer", or the singer, Kiki of Montparnasse. The first City of the Arts, "La Ruche", is well worth a visit.
Enjoy a visit to the Montparnasse Tower, the highest building in Paris. This district lies on the edge of the Luxembourg Gardens and stretches along the borders of Saint Germain des Prés. It has always been a district with a special charm, the mystery of which has never ceased to amaze and inspire many artists. It has been home to the literary world since the 17th century: cafe life flourished in the district, with the creation of prestigious establishments such as Les Deux Magots or Café de Flore, much loved by Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir.
The Eiffel Tower, the mythical symbol of Paris, is on your doorstep. It was built in 1889 by Gustave Eiffel for the Universal Exhibition, of which it was the main star. From the top of its 35 metres, it watches over Paris and the shores of the Seine. You may take the elevator to enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Paris from its summit.
The Champs de Mars is surrounded by many monuments, such as the Military School, which played host to the young Napoléon Bonaparte in 1784. It is decorated with many statues and sculptures and has a small pond with water jets and a bandstand. The famous Trocadero square is surrounded by several museums, including the Guimet Oriental museum and the "not-to-be-missed" National Theatre of Chaillot.
Visit the Dome of the Invalides, which shelters Napoleon's ashes brought there in 1840. In the surrounding area, do not miss the Rodin Museum in Rue de Varennes. It is an ancient townhouse which used to be the workshop of the artist Auguste Rodin. You can admire many of the Master's sculptures there, as well as those of his pupil and mistress, Camille Claudel.
Room Information : Our staff will offer you a warm welcome to our bright, light and quiet rooms, where you can enjoy comfort and tranquillity. The hotel has comfortable sound-proofed rooms, fitted out with taste, laid out over 6 floors, with, depending on the style of the room, it may either be fitted with a bath or a shower, with WC and a hairdryer, telephones, carpeting and central heating. A cot or a children's bed are also available. Wake-up calls available on request. All rooms have satellite television, Canal+, a computer socket and some have Internet access.
We also have five low-cost single rooms for budget travellers.
Parking (fee required)
24-Hour Front Desk
Rooms/Facilities for Disabled
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