- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- This hotel provides transfers from the airport and train station (fees may apply). To make arrangements, contact the property with arrival details 24 hours prior to arrival, using the phone number on your booking confirmation.
- Reservations need to be made in advance for massage services and spa treatments. Contact the hotel at the phone number listed on your booking confirmation.
- No cribs or infant beds are available.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Hotel & Spa La Belle Juliette4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I stayed in this lovely hotel and would strongly recommend it to anyone wanting to be on the South side of the river near the Rodin Museum and also Musee Orsay. It is very intimate and quite with really stylish rooms as well as attentive and efficient staff. I would happily stay there again - strongly recommend it.
Stayed here recently for our second anniversary, and will definitely stay again when we return to Paris. We stayed in the blue romantic room, which was absolutely beautiful, a good size, and finished with care and attention to detail. The large freestanding bath was a particular luxury, while the Mac in the room made planning our days far easier than we had foreseen. Staff were friendly and knowledgeable, recommending local restaurants on our arrival late on a Monday evening when many were closed. The location is ideal, with a number of bus and metro lines within a short walk and quick journey times to all the major sights. There are also plenty of excellent bistros, cafes and patisseries within a short walk of the hotel.
Very cosy hotel with a friendly and efficient customer service (special thanks to the pretty young ladies at the front desk) and pleasant amenities (welcome glass of champagne, cosy common areas, terrace, hamam and a little pool). I travelled with my teenage daughter and there was an issue with iMac in our first room we discovered right after the check-in so they offerred us another one immediately (btw even prettier with a French window in the bathroom) and where the computer functioned perfectly. Breakfast served was really good with one of the best croissants I have ever eaten and I eat them a lot as I live in a francophone country. A young gentleman who had a night shift was super friendly and service-oriented as well.
My husband and I stayed our last 3 nights in France at this boutique hotel. Night #1 - we arrived at 2000 after driving 8 hours from Agde. It was sleeting and my first time driving in Paris. My first recommendation, especially if you are non French speaking, is to be organized and print out your reservation confirmations especially if they are booked on a third party site. My husband is extremely organized and does this with every trip and I am very appreciative. I stayed in the rental car and he ran in to ask about bell service and parking. There was one person at check in (Kevin) that replied “good question” when my husband asked about parking and there was no one to help with the bags. Remember I’m in a no parking zone outside and it’s sleeting. We decided to unload everything on the sidewalk while I stayed with bags and he went to park the car. I made 2 trips and brought the luggage up. My husband got lucky and found parking on Saturday night within 100 meters. There needs to be 2 people at the front at all times with knowledge of how to direct with parking. Love the decor of the hotel and the bar and restaurant. We were tired so ate in the restaurant and went to bed. Quality linens and comfortable king bed. Nespresso maker, safe and mini fridge in room. We had end room 209. Day #2 - my very organized husband takes his 4 part folder with all reservations and email correspondence hard copies to the front desk. Parking is directly to the right of the front entrance but door has to be opened by front desk staff. My husband gets the car and parks it but can’t find a way out, walks out a door to a courtyard and gets back to the hotel by way of an elderly assisted living building. Instructions to use the elevator to get back near the front of the hotel would have been appreciated. No biggie we rolled with it and left for our 30 minute massage and 30 minute facial. Massage was ok I enjoyed the facial more. Went up to the room to get ready to go explore and the single outlet in the bathroom doesn’t work for the supplied hairdryer or my hairdryer with adapter. I did not call to have it fixed I just dried my hair with the supplied hairdryer using an outlet by the door. Myriam was at the front desk and is FANTASTIC. So gracious with assisting with directions to Metro stations and corresponding attractions. We needed some vouchers printed and we emailed the info to her and the print outs were waiting for us in an envelope in our room upon our return. We found Gaile at the front also to be very warm and fun to talk to. The hotel is conveniently located with markets, restaurants, cafes etc. very close. We had arranged for breakfast to be included and enjoyed it 2 mornings. Would happily do it that way again. We had a cocktail in the bar upon our return and found Guillame to be a delight. Very eager to please and polite.
several days before my trip to Paris, I received a questionnaire from the hotel. it felt a bit impersonal and corporate for such a small property, but I filled it out and received.a reply within hours. sadly, what I got was a suggestion I upgrade to a better room for 70 euro a night. I was so taken aback by the email, I fired off one of my own explaining I was already spending at the top of my budget and that their email made me feel like their focus was not on providing ALL their guests, even those staying in smaller rooms, stellar service. I also made it clear had my reservation not been non-cancellable, I would have cancelled immediately and booked at a place that didn't seem so greedy. I was assured I was going to have a great stay, so I forced myself to believe them. check -in was easy and though the woman at the front desk couldn't give me early access to my room when I arrived at 8am, she looked up the flea market I wanted to go to and helped me figure out how to get there. she was also perfectly happy to speak to me in French, something a lot of Parisians just don't have patience for. a big thumbs up to her. our room was small, but not the smallest I've stayed in. it was a bit more traditional than my taste, but would probably suit most. I was jet lagged when I peeked into the bathroom and saw an old fashioned hand held shower wand. what a pleasant surprise to find out there was a rainy day shower head hanging from the ceiling; it was so powerful and delicious I stayed in long enough my fingers turned into puffy little prunes. a head's up if you have any physical difficulties--the tub is tall and since I'm recovering from a random septic infection of the hip and just recently gave up my cane, I found it a bit tricky to swing my leg up into the tub/shower to bathe. sadly, the bathroom had an odd smell; I guess I'd describe it as mildewing chocolate and it got really overwhelming when we shut the bathroom door. my problem began when I went to wash my hair the first morning. sadly there was no shampoo. I found a cleaner in the hallway and explained both in French and English that there was no shampoo in our room and he promised to get some. so, the second morning I got in the shower (my hair was now four days since last washing, two more than I should ever go) and found lotion, shower gel and conditioner but no shampoo. I got out of the shower, tried to call down using the room phone which didn't work so I literally had to call the front desk using international long distance on my cel to ask for something to wash my hair with. 15 minutes later a man showed up with a handful of bottles. lol. he brought body gel, and conditioner, but NO shampoo. let's be real, a little bottle of shampoo, or lack of it, isn't going to kill anyone, but let's go back to the attempted up selling which would have increased my room bill by over 30% and the promise the hotel understood their job is to provide a home away from home for their guests in all room categories. how is leaving a woman in the middle of a shower without shampoo after she had already asked the cleaner for it succeeding at that? truth is, I can afford fancier hotels, but I choose four stars because all that service at a five star property gets to be too much. (once in Africa, the hotel staff told me they were worried about me because I'd slept in and didn't come down for my first meal of the day until 3pm) I don't need people to wait on me hand and foot. I don't need the door held open for me and I am perfectly happy rolling my own suitcase to my room. but I do expect a odorless room in working order with toiletries, plenty of clean towels and an easy to figure out heating system, telephone system, and television. I come to Paris often, sometimes, four, five weeks a year and I'm always looking for a hotel I love enough to return to. sadly, la belle Juliette didn't turn out to be that for me. however, the location is great, within walking distance of my French lessons, one of my favorite casual restaurants, l'avant comptoir, and city pharmacy is just a few minutes walk away. (don't know city pharmacy? look it up. they carry all the best french cosmetic brands at a nice discount.) I'm sure, given the amazing location in the 6th, the belle Juliette is quite a bargain but, sadly, just not for me.
To start with the good, the location is perfect in the 6th, you can walk wherever you need. The hotel is charming, the rooms quaint and personal which we love and the reason why I always choose boutique when I can. But here lies the trouble too. Both myself and my sister (my travel companion for the weekend,) have severe issues with perfume and scents, like aroma oils that are popular with hotels now. (Sigh..) So I emailed the hotel and let them know long before we arrived, and was insured by the hotel that no scented oils or candles etc would be in the room. The problem is that this hotel uses heavily scented/perfumed cleaning products or aerosols in the air and this will fall down on the untreated (beautiful,) wooden floor and it'll permeate the room regardless. I've never experienced such a heavily scented room ever. At first I didn't understand, and opened the window and removed some stuff I thought was the culprit before realizing it's in the floor itself and the smell can't be removed at all. I did tell reception that I couldn't stay in the room with this smell and they were able to find us another room that hadn't been used (thus not cleaned,) for a good while. But even there the smell was heavy, however with an open window we could at least stay. Finding a hotel last minute in the 6th district would not be easy so I'm happy we could change rooms and the staff did handle it very, professionally. But, and I speak for a lot of people - scenting the rooms like this is uncomfortable also for those not sensitive to smells. It's not good for breathing, totally unnecessary and quite dangerous for your cleaning staff to spray aerosols, chemicals and perfumes in the air as they risk developing asthma and allergies from this practise. Scent sensitivity on the rise for 10-20% of the population. I find it sad that hotels now pollute the air we breathe with a misconception that this is what guests would like. My husband who is not sensitive or allergic absolutely hates this new trend as smells you like are so individual. One feels invaded when one can't escape scents. Please stop polluting our air with sprays and scents or at least offer some scent free room alternatives. For this issue I can only give this hotel a 2* rate as my experience here was very unpleasant and we will not be back I'm afraid.
Small, elegant and friendly hotel in the heart of the 6th - close to Line 4 of the Metro which makes easy access from Gare du Nord for Eurostar users - with comfortable rooms, a very professional team and a comfortable atmosphere. Our Duplex room (411) was just right for us - and the hotel was immaculate and well decorated throughout. Close enough to walk the shops and galleries of St Germain des Pres and city centre - but peaceful in the evenings. A wide range of local restaurants and bars, and in an area of good local shops with friendly staff. For years we have stayed in the Marais on our frequent trips to Paris - but not again. Thoroughly reccomended.
Stayed here with my partner and 4 month old baby from 9th -11th February, beautiful room on the first floor that looked out onto the Main Street. The room size are furnishings were superb, huge bed, two great sized wardrobes, IMAC as a tv, loo in seperate room to bathroom, huge sink and excellent shower. Nespresso machine for coffee and truffles left on the pillow each night, lovely touch. Travel cot supplied for our baby with sheets etc. Really good. We did not have breakfast but were in bar to get hot water for baby feeds, all staff really friendly and helpful. Check in and out process seemless. Can’t recommend highly enough, superb, tres Bon!!!
Clean well designed rooms. Fabulous bathroom - a lesson in design. Very professional friendly reception staff and housekeepers. Fabulous location. Wonderful pizzeria & authentic French restaurant a few doors down. Breakfast was a little disappointing considering it was not included; also the bed linen is not of the finest cotton count. All in all a great clean restful boutique hotel.
My husband and i stayed here for 3 nights the week before Christmas and I’m dying to come back already! Great location, beautiful cosy romantic hotel. Lovely staff, amazing pizza just down the street! The neighbourhood was so pretty to walk around and felt very safe too. If you are looking for a cosy romantic Parisian experience, look no further! See you again soon 😍
- Walking distance to Tour Montparnasse
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
Located in 6th Arrondissement within a short walk of Tour Montparnasse, Hotel & Spa La Belle Juliette is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Paris Catacombs. This 45-room, 4-star hotel has a bar/lounge along with conveniences like a full-service spa and an indoor pool. Located centrally in Paris, it's also close to Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe.
For your convenience, a full breakfast is served each morning for a fee. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
Hotel & Spa La Belle Juliette's 45 soundproofed rooms provide refrigerators, free newspapers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and slippers. Other standard amenities include laptop-compatible safes and desks.
Guests of Hotel & Spa La Belle Juliette enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a health club. If you drive, self parking is EUR 29 per day, or you can take advantage of the shuttle from the airport to the hotel (available 24 hours) for EUR 65 per person. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and free newspapers.
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90.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 984 reviews