Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, the Brasserie du Louvre presents a sophisticated, yet relaxed Parisian atmosphere. The large dining room has been completely redecorated with dark wood and the creation of golden frescoes inspired by the masterpieces of the Louvre Museum. An à la carte menu offers a subtle marriage of flavors with seasonal variations created by world-renowned Chef Guy Martin and skillfully presented by Hotel du Louvre’s Chef Denis Bellon. Each week, Chef Bellon proposes a new menu featuring fresh and delicate cuisine highlighting local and seasonal products.
Brasserie du Louvre’s exceptional location incorporates a bustling, vibrant atmosphere. During the summertime, the terrace is filled with flowers and offers views of the Place de Palais Royal across to the Comédie Française and Louvre Museum. For cozy relaxation, the Defender Bar is the perfect place to enjoy a quiet drink, light lunch or afternoon tea. This intimate bar sits at the very heart of the hotel, sumptuously furnished with rich red velvet and dark wood elegantly inspired by the style of Napoleon III.
The iconic Hotel du Louvre stands at the center of Paris culture and arts. Each one of the hotel’s four façades looks out at a famous Parisian landmark — the Louvre Museum, the Opera Garnier, the Comédie Française and the Place du Palais Royal. The area is rich in history and the hotel’s Second Empire architecture is mirrored by the surrounding buildings in this special quarter of Paris. Hotel du Louvre has a gracious, yet comfortable, lobby and reception area that imparts a warm welcoming feel. The marble walls and dark wood are highlighted by ambient lighting. Elegant marble columns and an impressive chandelier add a refined touch, and the sweeping staircase is a dramatic feature. The rich décor throughout the hotel has been inspired by the original Napoleon III style and all the public and guest rooms have contemporary comforts whilst retaining a traditional atmosphere.