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Our reception is open 24/7, if you need a taxi or advice on organising your visits, just ask our friendly staff who will do their best to assist you. We have a safety deposit box for your valuables and a free fibre optic Wi-Fi.
The Rue du Temple owes its name to the convent and church founded by the Templars in 1158. At that time, there was a chapel which was destroyed a few years before the French revolution. The present Rue du Temple was built in 1789. At the site of number 12, there was a building next to this chapel, in a very poor state of repair, in which a printer was installed. The building passed from owner to owner and was finally demolished and rebuilt as a hotel in 1872, the forerunner of the present hotel. Because of its location in the heart of the city, it was one of the places where the German officers were entrenched during the Second World War, and some remains of this period of occupation can still be seen in the basement of the hotel.
The buffet breakfast is served in the breakfast room from 6.30 am to 10.30 am. You will find cereals, granola and french yogurt, hot drinks, nespresso, AOC cheese, jams, nutella, bread, juices, cooked meats, Viennese pastries; gluten free products and vegetal milk on demand. The breakfast costs €15 per person. Our breakfast is free for children up to 5 years old, from 6 to 11 years old the breakfast is €7,5 per child per day. Beyond 11 years old, the applicable rate is that of an adult breakfast. You can enjoy your breakfast in your room (charges apply).