“All is discretion at this essentially simple hotel with an innate sense of style, still in place despite the arrival of new owners (but the same staff) and a timely redecoration. Bedroom walls have been coloured either pink or pale green, with attractive fabrics, antiques, objects d'art and pretty pictures, while a log fire burns in the warm, classically-styled salon which also has a little bar. Breakfast in bed is a treat, with delicious bread and croissants from Mulot. You need never leave your room: light dishes are served until 10pm.”
Written by Leonie Glass
“Nestling in a small street on the Left Bank of the Seine, with Boulevard Raspail and Luxembourg Gardens at each end of the street, the Sainte-Beuve is an address which Londoners, Bostonians and New Yorkers like to recommend to their best friends.
Light fittings and walls decorated in restful colours, thick sisal rugs, paintings and sculptures by modern masters, a winter fireplace and a room which is ideal for reading... Mr Egurreguy welcomes his guests in a decor offering very good taste. You will feel immediately at home and this impression will persist throughout your stay.”