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Welcome to the Hotel Chopin

Welcome to the world of the Parisian passages and Hotel Chopin... Take a tour back in time in the city of Paris, through covered galleries.

The passage Jouffroy is without doubt one of the most emblematic, which was opened in 1846 by the count Felix of Jouffroy - Gonsans, the ancestor of the current owners of the passage. It owes its fame to the Musée Grévin, who settled there in 1882. The Passage Jouffroy was at the time one of the most modern, it has even a floor heating system, to allow strollers to do their window shopping warm. It is actually the ancestor of the mall!


Hotel Chopin also dates to the opening of the Passage in 1846, this makes it one of the oldest hotel in the capital. Indeed, the hotels were very numerous in Paris before the development of transport by train.


At the time, named “Family Hotel”, its door has never been closed since 1846. It does not even have a lock! There is a person at the reception since that date, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. For a grand total of 61320 days open days for Hotel Chopin!

The facade, as well as the rest of the passage, is classified historical monument.

Renamed hotel Chopin in 1970, its name is a tribute to the composer who was regularly in the passage to get from his home to the Pleyel's pianos demonstration room. The legend says that Chopin had rendez-vous with Georges Sand at Hotel Chopin, but this has never been verified...


Do not hesitate to discover our 2 stars hotel in the heart of Paris, in the Grands-boulevards area. 

Perfect for small budget! 

In the heart of the 9th district of Paris, enjoy one of our 36 tastefully decorated rooms that have kept all the charme of this historic hotel, our rooms are in the image of the passage Jouffroy, romantic and confortable, they will make your Parisian stay more enjoyable.

The single rooms, double, twin, or triple rooms are all equipped with bathrooms with shower or bath, safe box, direct phone, flat screen TV, WiFi, fans, and hairdryers on request.

All our rooms benefit from the same style of decoration in bright colours, Toile Jouy prints and Japanese straw combined with modernity to create a warm family atmosphere.

The district is festive! The theatres are as many and restaurants rarely out of clients. The Grands boulevards have remained popular, it is pleasant to walk the evening after coming out of the cinema.

The Museum Grevin, known worldwide, will delight young and old alike with its parade of international stars reproduced in wax. The Hotel Chopin's windows overlook the Museum! 

The other side of the boulevard Montmartre, opposite the passage Jouffroy, continue to share a series of covered passages, the Panoramas, the Feydeau Gallery or even the Saint-Marc Gallery... You can from the Grands Boulevards to the Palais-Royal passing from one to another.