The Concept of the Hôtels Littéraires
Four-star hotels dedicated to our favourite authors

 

The Hôtels Littéraires were created by the collector and booklover Jacques Letertre in tribute to his favourite writers, to share his enthusiasm with all visitors and offer them an opportunity to immerse themselves in the worlds of the greatest authors.  Every detail of these four-star establishments is carefully thought out to offer a different artistic and cultural approach, so everyone can find a customised approach to (re)discovering the work and personality of these writers. 

The Hotel Littéraire Arthur Rimbaud is situated at the foot of the Gare de l'Est, in the historic district of the 10th Arrondissement, where Rimbaud arrived from his native Ardennes between two runaway escapades.  Visitors are offered a discovery trail of the poet's complete works via the décor, which is a homage to Rimbaud's voyages and travels from one place to another; nature, Aden and Harar, and Parisian cafés.  The many collectors' items, such as manuscripts, rare books, drawings and objets d'art, create an authentic look.  In addition, the personalised rooms and all the floors reflect Rimbaud's life and writings. 

Find out more about our collection of Hotels Littéraires

The Hôtel Littéraire Le Swann, in the 8th Arrondissement of Paris, was the first Hôtel Littéraire to be entirely devoted to Marcel Proust and his world.  

It is located in the heart of the historically Proustian district of the Plaine Monceau. 

11-15 rue de Constantinople, 75008 PARIS

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In Montmartre, a short distance from the Moulin de la Galette The Hôtel Littéraire Marcel Aymé.

The Hôtel Littéraire Marcel Aymé, in the charming Rue Tholozé, pays tribute to the author of Les Contes du chat perché and La Traversée de Paris, who was an iconic figure in Montmartre.

16, rue Tholozé - 75018 PARIS

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In Rouen, near the Place du Vieux Marché The Hôtel Littéraire Gustave Flaubert.
The Hôtel Littéraire Gustave Flaubert pays tribute to this writer from Normandy, in the city in which he was born and where he spent most of his life.

33 rue du Vieux Palais, 76000 ROUEN

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In Clermont-Ferrand, in the Place Delille The Hotel Littéraire Alexandre Vialatte.

The hotel is situated near the Basilica of Notre-Dame du Port, a jewel of Romanesque art. It's an ideal starting-point for exploring the city in which Alexandre Vialatte, the "notoriously unknown" novelist, journalist and translator, lived for several years.

6 place Delille, 63000 CLERMONT FERRAND

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