One of the great capitals of the world, Paris is renowned for being a city of food. Whether it’s a bright petit dejeuner, a full evening meal or brunch in Paris, the city has it covered, and the Hotel National Arts et Metiers has all you will need for an unforgettable stay in an unforgettable city.
The four-star Hotel National is brilliantly located in Paris on Rue Saint Martin in the popular and historic 3rd arrondissement. The Montorgueil district is close to the must-see Marais, Réaumur Sébastopol, Beaubourg and Les Halles areas. Its historic Haussmann facade marks it out immediately with a touch of class. But a commitment to the finest architecture and respect for the environment is evident throughout the hotel. Its 66 spacious rooms look out over either a wooded square or large bright courtyard and have been furnished to the highest specifications using the highest-quality materials. From signature rooms with or without a balcony to the 26 sq m studio to the 100 sq m Penthouse with private terrace, kitchenette, dining and lounge areas with breathtaking views over the City of Lights, all needs are catered for. There is also space for private or business events.
But like its patrons, a hotel also runs on its stomach, and it is here that the Hotel National is at the forefront of filling empty bellies with the best quality food. The Italian cuisine-themed Ristorante National is a gastronome’s dream venue. The hotel has drawn together three of the top names in the city’s restaurant industry - Julien Cohen, Jean-Pierre Lopes and Thomas Delafon. Together this trio and their dedicated team have created a seasonal Italian-themed menu, using only the finest of ingredients, that is the envy of many other establishments. Laid out in the style of a traditional Italian trattoria, the ristorante is a popular place for brunch in Paris, but is also popular for every other meal in the day. After work, spend the evening in the brilliant Herbarium, sipping and exploring its extensive cocktail menu, or take in one of the finest city views in the world from the hotel's rooftop bar. Its stunning views over the city will be the perfect end to what started with brunch in Paris.