Laz' Hotel, Paris

New rendezvous at the quartier Saint-Lazare, LAZ’ Hotel welcomes business travellers, city breakers and everyone in between. At the crossroads of shopping and arts districts, this boutique hotel feels like a deluxe urban house and adapts to various travelling styles in the French capital. 

Executive Balcony Room -   Photo by Jeremy, Prizzed

Executive Balcony Room - Photo by Jeremy, Prizzed


The LAZ’ Hotel has five room categories, the executive balcony is the second to top one (tops one being the lofts). 

Although not the roomiest, they are highly functional and well furnished : large TV screen, high speed WiFi, Nespresso machine, mini fridge and so on. 

Reflecting the bedroom, the bathroom is no fuss with demure black marble floors and a spacious rainshower. 

The executive balcony room is minimalist yet lovely and very cosy. Special mention to the Codage amenities, a rising french skincare brand. 

Laz Hotel
Laz Hotel


Next to Saint Lazare Station, LAZ’ Hotel is situated in a quiet street of a lively neighborhood. Shopping rue Haussmann, arts and history at the Opera or day dreaming in Montmartre.. No shortage of entertainment in the area. 


Breakfast is served between 7:00 and 10:30am in the living area. Fresh fruits and viennoiseries, baguette, cereal breads or homemade brioche.. There are plenty of tasty options to choose from. 

Unfortunately the breakfast area is relatively small and became quite busy. Both mornings the staff was overwhelmed and had trouble replenishing food and beverages. This is mainly due to high season, the personnel was extremely efficient and happily fulfilled any request we had during breakfast. 

Laz Hotel


LAZ’ Hotel Paris offers a Codage Spa, a swimming pool with steam rooms and a small gym. WiFi is high speed and complementary and for families a babysitting service is available. 

The Swimming Pool -   Photo by Jeremy, Prizzed

The Swimming Pool - Photo by Jeremy, Prizzed


While in the neighborhood, check out the Opéra Garnier (10min walking distance), simply astonishing. For a 360° bird view of the city, head over to the Printemps terrasse on the 7th floor. 


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