Halfway between the Eiffel Tower and the Gare Montparnasse, the Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel is ideally located for a break in Paris. 

Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel

The district will immerse you in a typically Parisian ambiance due to its lovely local shops and restaurants.

A few steps away, Montparnasse is a place of intense life, boasting a superb selection of theatres, cinemas and shopping centres such as the brand-new Ateliers Gaîté.

How to reach the hotel

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You can reach the Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel from Orly Airport in about forty minutes, using the Orlyval shuttle service, the RER B and Metro line 6, which will drop you off just a five-minute walk from the hotel.
From Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport, take the RER B, then Metro line 6 or line 10, for a journey of just under an hour.


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It is easy to use public transport to get to the Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel. A few steps away, we have bus stops for services 39, 70, 89 and the night buses N13 and N62. A hundred metres away, you can join the Metro network at the Sèvres Lecourbe station for line 10, and the Volontaires station is where you can catch line 12.

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The Gare Montparnasse is only five minutes by Metro from the hotel and fifteen minutes on foot. In less than 20 minutes, via line 12 and without having to change, you can reach the Gare Saint-Lazare. And, with a change and a 30-minute journey, you can reach the Gare de Lyon, Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est railway hubs.

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From the Boulevard Périphérique ring road, exit at the Porte de Versailles and pick up the Rue de Vaugirard, which will take you directly to the Rue Blomet. Allow about 10 minutes from the Porte de Versailles. You will find an enclosed pay car park about fifty metres from the hotel.

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Eiffel Tower

No visit to Paris would be complete without meeting the capital’s magnificent Iron Lady. Dominating the skyline and easily visible from the hotel, she offers an absolutely magical view over the capital. Go up to the first or the third floor to admire the panorama or take the opportunity to stroll at her feet along the beautiful paths of the Champs de Mars.

For your convenience, the Hotel VLH Paris Montparnasse Eiffel team can help you to book your tickets, thereby saving you a long wait. Finally, from the Eiffel Tower, there are plenty of opportunities to take a walk to the Trocadéro on the other side of the Seine, to the Musée du Quai Branly Jacques Chirac a short stroll away, or perhaps to the Invalides.


A gathering place for artists and intellectuals in the 1920s and 1930s, Montparnasse has managed to keep its vibrant social life and creativity intact. You will find both small artisanal crêperies and large brasseries in the purest Parisian tradition, intimate theatres and cinemas with a varied programme.

As for shopping, head to the Montparnasse Rive Gauche shopping centre or the Ateliers Gaîté, which has a food court that has already become a firm favourite with Parisians. Finally, be sure to climb to the 56th floor of the Montparnasse Tower to enjoy one of the most beautiful 360° views of Paris, including a stunning perspective on the Eiffel Tower!

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A symbol of Parisian intellectual life, Saint-Germain-des-Prés preserves the memory of Juliette Gréco and Sartre, of the New Wave and Prévert, Giacometti and Vian. Today, this intellectual momentum is still sustained by a wealth of bookstores, art galleries, antique shops and art house cinemas. These sit harmoniously alongside the boutiques of the greatest fashion designers. Cafés and restaurants also play a crucial role, such as the unmissable Deux Magots and Café de Flore, once the favoured haunts of Hemingway, Brecht and Picasso.

Finally, the beautiful avenues lined with freestone buildings are also home to some architectural treasures such as the Church of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, one of the oldest religious buildings in Paris.