Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel

The new address to discover between Montparnasse and the Eiffel Tower

Categories : Hotel, published on : 9/1/23

In a lively street, typical of the 15th arrondissement, the Hotel VLH invites you to step into a calm and elegant retreat. A stylish and refined address, it offers you a Parisian break just a stone's throw from the places that matter. Discover this new address and its exciting neighbourhood!


Attention to detail for a perfect stay

Sip your coffee on a sunny patio before a day of work in Paris, relax in an elegant and well-appointed room after a day of shopping or sightseeing, enjoy a delicious breakfast, benefit from the advice of our team when it’s time to organise your trips and cultural discoveries, forget all your worries thanks to our numerous services, including laundry, concierge, in-room entertainment facilities, etc. This is what the Hotel VLH offers you. Be among the first to discover our establishment; you can already book your stay directly on our website.


All the pleasures of the 15th arrondissement

The Hotel VLH is located on the Rue Blomet, made famous by Le Bal Blomet, a hotspot for entertainment during the Roaring Twenties, the period in which the street hosted Joan Miro's atelier and the homes of Robert Desnos and André Masson. It remains a street offering a pleasant neighbourhood life with its shops and bistros. Our hotel is also situated halfway between the Gare Montparnasse and the Eiffel Tower. Metro and bus services allow you to travel easily throughout Paris and reach the various monuments as well as the business district of La Défense. What’s more, you’ll discover plenty of restaurants, cafes, theatres and cinemas nearby.


A true haven of calm and conviviality in the heart of the 15th arrondissement, the Hotel VLH invites you to enjoy a relaxing break in Paris. Discover this ideally located new establishment and all it has to offer this autumn!  


Photo : Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel

Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel​, located halfway between the Gare Montparnasse and the Eiffel Tower