Maisons de Georges


Hôtel Le Six

      Nestled in a quiet street behind the Boulevard du Montparnasse, Hotel Le Six is worth a visit … The Montparnasse of the 20s where Ernest Hemingway found his marks between the Coupole and the bar Falstaff is located nearby. The clientele of the Six, classified in category 4 stars,  gathers 80% of Americans willing to discover the “Paris is a party” of the writer. The establishment is part of the Maisons de Georges collection which also includes the Gaston and Observatoire hotels. The Bonneau family, of Brittany origin, owns it. The decor here is that of a family house revisited with taste and refinement by the interior decorator and architect Stéphane Renaud from the Mouvement carré agency.       The bias was that of greening  depicted in  Spirit jungle styled wallpapers in the common areas. In 41 rooms spread over 6 floors, the walls are embellished with fabrics of the same spirit signed Pierre Frey and Christian Lacroix.         The hotel offers 3 suites of 35 square meters each with a small personalized living room in a space composed of exposed beams with a nice view on the roofs of Paris.   A Six