Ideally located between the Esplanade des Invalides and the Eiffel Tower, Hôtel la Bourdonnais combines Parisian chic, Oscar Ono's "return from India" decor and contemporary facilities.
A charming, tranquil address in the midst of numerous cultural events.
After several months of renovation, Hôtel la Bourdonnais is set to open its doors in the very near future.
The new interior design plays on references to the famous governor of Mauritius and Reunion, Count François-Mahé de la Bourdonnais. Spaces conceived as ports of call, inspired by 18th-century decors: exoticism as a backdrop, contrasting colors and materials are at the heart of a design that revisits the codes of travel.
Far from the purist standards, the hotel is full of historical nods to the Comte de la Bourdonnais' route des Indes: a gallery of curiosities, a trunk-like layout, an engraved compass rose...
The Gloster bar invites you to enjoy an exotic experience in its wild, colorful and refined universe. With a selection of spirits, the Gloster will surprise you with tasty, colorful cocktails made by our barman.