Hôtel Bourgogne Montana


Guided tour


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On arrival
On a corner of the Place du Palais Bourbon, the Bourgogne Montana is quite easy to find. The hotel entrance leads to a light wood reception counter and a corridor to the hotel’s staircase and the bar. The stairs circle round a small lift made of wrought iron, typical of old buildings in Paris. The bar, built in the former courtyard of the building, is an octagonal room, with columns and a burgundy colour scheme that lend a note of formality.

Moving on from the bar, you come to the hotel lounge at the back of the building, decorated with very traditional carpets in light green, antique-style armchairs, and pictures of stern-faced ancestors. The bar also leads to the breakfast room at the front of the building, opposite the reception.

With all these different rooms, their layout and the way they interconnect, the hotel has the feel of a well-to-do country house. The impression is confirmed by a decorative scheme with carpets and tiles in quiet patterns, warm colours, glossy light wood panels and heavy curtains. However, a certain eclecticism gives it plenty of variety.

The bedrooms
All different, all traditional and subtly rich-looking, the bedrooms vary in tone, sometimes understated and sometimes romantic.

The difference is mainly due to the choice of colours for the wall fabrics and the carpets: chic, relaxing soft blue with a beige pattern; classic, stimulating light blue with red and white stripes, or a very chic, warm beige and white theme. The fabric wall coverings come from famous designers and make the room truly elegant.

Several identical or different patterns may be combined, on the wall fabrics, the bed heads, the curtains, the bed covers and the carpets, but the mix is always chosen with care, whether by following strict rules or with a light-hearted, carefree eclecticism.

Most of the furniture is from antiques markets, and the pictures are clever caricatures of political figures from another age. Indirect lighting emphasises the bedrooms’ cosy feel. Finally, robust storage has been provided for transcontinental travellers’ baggage.

Some of the bathrooms have an original layout, and all are decorated with subtly textured white tiles and modern tap fittings.

Room service is available at meal times and is based on the menu from a neighbouring restaurant.

Types of room
The hotel offers four room types: standard, luxury, executive and suite. They are distinguished by size and by certain facilities. Executive rooms and suites have flat screen TV and a coffee set. The suites have the benefit of a spacious bedroom, a separate sitting room with a supplementary bed, and two bathrooms.

The rooms are very quiet and overlook the Rue Bourgogne, the Place du Palais Bourbon or a little octagonal courtyard with a palm tree tucked in the corner. Those on the top floor have mansard roofs, which gives them a particular mellow charm, and some have wonderful views.


Served as a hot and cold buffet in the middle of a lively but cosy room in orangey-yellow tones, breakfast offers a large choice of mini pastries, presented in a wicker basket, stewed fruit, fruit salad, fresh fruit, jam, cold meat and cheese, and scrambled eggs with cold cuts.

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Comfort Rating
Room size 8 Rating : 8
Room amenities 7 Rating : 7
Breakfast 8 Rating : 8
Property amenities 7 Rating : 7
Global Rating 7 Global Rating : 7

Contacts & booking

Hôtel Bourgogne Montana

3, rue de Bourgogne

Metro station : Assemblée Nationale