Pershing Hall

Summary

Location

Services & Prices

Greenery

The former Parisian residence of the General Pershing while the Americans came to the aide of the allies during the First World War, the Pershing Hall possesses a solid Empire facade, contemporary decor designed by Andrée Putman, and above all, a patio with one of the most beautiful vertical gardens in Paris.

Well known amongst trendy Parisians for its restaurant and bar, for its animated atmosphere and the softness of its patio in the summer days, the Pershing Hall is less famous for its hotel.

One must say that with a modest lateral entrance the length of the grand porch leading to the restaurant, with a reception consisting of two small desks, and with only around thirty rooms, the hotel is rather discreet.

Pure and simple, the rooms cultivate, however, a white-wood décor which is rather warm. White walls and bed linen meet wooden parquet floors and decoration. It is worth noting the shrewd walk in wardrobe where access to the mosaic bathroom or mini bar is hidden.

And as this type of relaxing and tranquil room makes one want to listen to music, an audio-video Bang & Olufsen system permits you to loose yourself in a shimmering flux of decibels.

Service is trendy and typically Parisian minimalist.

 

The clientele

If you're looking for a clam hotel with high level service, you probably won't be happy at the Pershing Hall.

Benefiting from the aura of its restaurant and from a hip clientele, the hotel will seduce all those who prefer fashionable addresses and the top places to be seen.

At the heart of the chic 8th arrondissement, near the most beautiful fashion boutiques in Paris, the setting, informal and with pleasant comfort, will seduce independent travellers ready to pay prices comparables to those of the nearby luxury hotels.

 

Starting at 300€ Book now
Comfort Rating
Global Rating 7.5 Global Rating : 7.5

Contacts & booking

Pershing Hall

49, rue Pierre Charon
75008

Metro station : George V