Welcome to Le Presbytère Hotel

 

Le Presbytère Hotel by Les Hôtels Saint-Louis is locataed in the heart of Paris, close to the Centre Pompidou. Attached to the Saint-Merry church, it is the result of the renovation of the former presbytery dating from the 17th century. 

Piece of history with its exposed beams, its flamboyant Gothic architecture and its elevn rooms with a unique character, the hotel Le Presbytère is the perfect place for the travelers looking for an extraordinary experience.

Being a building classfied as an historical monument, the hotel does not have a lift. Our team will take care of your luggages as soon as you arrive.


 

 

Discover our elegant rooms with a warm ambience

A charming hotel by excellence, the hotel Saint-Louis en l’Isle welcomes you in a warm ambience - visible stones, old terra cotta tiles and oak beams that make this place unique. An elevator serves all floors, including the stone vaulted basement where breakfast is served.

 

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Our Deals

Our teams have set up deals which will seduce you. Let yourself be tempted…
 

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From 15€

 

We offer you a 10% discount on our breakfast included rate for every three night minimum booking. (Cannot be cumulated with other special offers) 

 

 

We offer you a one way trip with our private shuttle from all Parisian airports or train stations for every 5 night minimum booking . (Cannot be cumulated with other special offers)

 

From 69€

 

This offer includes a half bottle of « Moët & Chandon », a bouquet of roses and a box of macaroons « Carette » or « Pierre Hermé ».

 

 

Saint-Merry church

The history of the Saint-Merry church begins in the 7th century when the Abbé Médéric of Saint-Martin d'Autun, became Merry by contraction, stay there and died on August, 29th 700. In 884, during the last siege of Paris by the Normans, the bishop of Paris exhumed the remains of Saint-Merry, now considered as relics.

Around 1500, the population decided to build a larger building of worship in memory of the saint in the so-called flamboyant gothic style. His plan was inspired by Notre-Dame cathedral, with its heart as long as the nave. A tower leans against the build since 1612.

Turned into a hotel since the end of the 20th century, the building, which now houses Le Presbytère Hotel, is only slightly younger than the church. As the name suggests, this extension of the church was dedicated to priests' housing.

 

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