Looking out of Hotel du Louvre from each facade, you see famous landmarks in each direction. On one side - the Louvre Museum. On another - the Opera House Garnier. From the third, the Comedie Francaise. From the fourth, the Palais Royal. You can feel the historical and cultural soul of Paris pulse all around you. A boutique hotel atmosphere warmed by rich colors, modern style and Directoire architecture. Elegant yet cozy, the Concorde Louvre Hotel is like a gracious hostess, immediately putting guests at ease, creating a feeling of harmony and well-being. The hotel was built in 1855 on the orders of Napleon III in time for the International Exhibition held that year. The grand facade blends with the prestigious historical monuments surrounding it. Inside its doors, guests find a dramatic spiral staircase leading up from the right of the marble-floored lobby and vibrant colors – crimson and green - chosen by Parisian interior decorator Sybille de Margerie. Classic Directoire-style architecture combines with the warmth of richly colored tapestries and carved wood ceilings. Both leisure and business travelers enjoy the relaxed boutique atmosphere.