La Louisiane Hotel
It is exactly in the centre of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Ideally located a few minutes walk from the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, the Monnaie Museum, the Delacroix Museum, the large and beautiful Luxembourg Garden, and the Latin Quarter with its student and nightlife venues, the Hotel La Louisiane is right in the centre of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, at the crossroads of the Rue de Seine and Rue de Buci
Louisiana is a family hotel. The maze of its corridors is described as 'psychedelic' by Quentin Tarantino, time seems to glide over the Hotel La Louisiane as it does over the oldest bell tower in Paris, which watches over the roof of the Saint-Germain-des-prés basilica. Off the beaten track, guaranteeing a family atmosphere, the Hotel La Louisiane is happy to remain a haven for those who are creating or searching, writers or musicians, artists or researchers, international decision-makers or entrepreneurs, journalists or tourists, travellers from all over the world or from Paris.
Film Hotel de La Louisiane :
Michel La Veaux looks back at the history of Louisiana
and that of the famous occupants of room 10;
from Jean-Paul Sartre to Leos Carax through
Miles Davis, Juliette Greco and Robert Lepage, this place
of tolerance is still the refuge of artists in
search for inspiration.