The Bourgogne & Montana Hotel, part of the Maurice Hurand Group

Paris' Left Bank, a short walk from the River Seine, the Place de la Concorde, the Champs-Elysées and the Grand Palais, the Tuileries Garden and the Louvre, Les Invalides and the Eiffel Tower, the Quai Branly Museum, and Saint-Germain... such is the prestigious location boasted by the Bourgogne & Montana Hotel.

This discreet hotel is known to some of its clients as "

one of Paris' best kept secrets".

Situated on the corner of the Place du Palais Bourbon, opposite the French National Assembly, this luxurious residence built in 1791 exhibits all the elegance and aristocratic spirit of one of Paris's most beautiful areas.

Featuring a listed lift from 1924, an Aubusson tapestry, and a sculpted gold mirror, each detail contributes to the charm of this unique hotel which combines a classic feel with the pleasure of modern trends.

Redesigned by the architect Pierre Seignol, the lobby of the Bourgogne & Montana will capture your

imagination with its subtle combination of contemporary furniture and sophisticated decorative elements which celebrate tribal art as well as 18th century tradition.

The hotel offers 32 elegant rooms and suites, some of which look out on the French National Assembly, the Grand Palais or the rooftops of Paris. An air of nobility reigns in its new rooms, which are decorated in various bright colours and which create a perfect harmony with the 7th arondissement's trendy mood and reputation. The sophisticated decor, with Empire-style furniture and wall fabrics produced by Lelièvre, the exclusive designer of Kenzo's furnishings line, the attention to detail and the warm welcome all combine to form the calm, homely ambiance of the Bourgogne & Montana Hotel.

32 rooms including 6 suites.

Buffet breakfast from 7 am to 10.30 am or served continental-style in your room

Room service

Underground lines 8, 12 and 13 Assemblée Nationale, RER C line Invalides Station

Covered car parks nearby (Musée d’Orsay, Invalides)


3, rue de Bourgogne - 75007 Paris

Tel.: +33 (0)1 45 51 20 22

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