Hôtel Aberôtel Montparnasse – Exterior


The Aberôtel Montparnasse hotel is located on a quiet street between two underground lines (lines 6 and 12), in a pleasant neighbourhood with easy access for tourists and for those travelling on business. The Aberôtel is just a few minutes’ walk from the Eiffel Tower and Invalides. The Pasteur Institute and the Necker Children’s Hospital are literally just on the corner of the street. The Unesco building and the Parc des expositions - Porte de Versailles are easily accessible. In addition, the Parisian underground will take you to the Etoile, Concorde, Montparnasse railway station or Saint-Germain-des-Prés in just a short space of time.



  • Eiffel Tower: A 25-minute walk, or 10 minutes on the underground from Sèvres-Lecourbe to Bir-Hakeim.
  • Invalides/Musée Rodin: A 22-minute walk, or take the underground from Duroc to Varenne.
  • Musée d'Orsay: 15 minutes on the underground from Volontaires to Solférino, or a 35-minute walk.
  • Jardin du Luxembourg: A 30-minute walk, or 20 minutes on the underground from Volontaires to Notre-Dame-des-Champs.
  • Montparnasse tower: A 21-minute walk, or 10 minutes on the underground from Volontaires to Montparnasse-Bienvenue.
  • Saint-Germain-des-Prés: A 30-minute walk, or 20 minutes on the underground from Volontaires to Sèvres-Babylone.
  • Exhibition centre - Porte de Versailles: 8 minutes on underground line 12, from Volontaires to Porte de Versailles.
  • Pasteur Institute: 25-28 rue du Docteur Roux, an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
  • Necker Hospital: 149 rue de Sèvres, an 8-minute walk from the hotel.
  • Unesco: 7 place de Fontenoy, a 14-minute walk from the hotel.
Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

The most famous monument in Paris does not require any introduction. Built for the Universal Exhibition in 1889, this wire mesh tower is 324 metres high, and remains a remarkable engineering masterpiece. Visit it during the evening to experience a magical atmosphere with the tower illuminated during the night, or go during the daytime to enjoy the panoramic view over the capital.


Montparnasse Tower


At the time of the Universal Exhibition in 1889, artists such as Picasso began leaving Montmartre for Montparnasse because of its low rents and numerous studios, and the area became a haven for painters and musicians during the 1920s. It is now known for the Montparnasse tower and its shopping centre, the Rue de Rennes and its numerous shops, along with the Boulevard du Montparnasse with its many restaurants and cinemas.


Saint Germain des Pres

Saint Germain-des-Prés

This old neighbourhood is known for its picturesque medieval churches, its stylish boutiques and art galleries, and cafes and brasseries, which continue to attract Parisian intellectuals, such as the Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots. Take some time out for a stroll in the neighbourhood of the rue de Sèvres on the banks of the Seine, and take a walk along the Boulevard Saint-Germain when drinking a coffee.



For Business

Guests at the Montparnasse Aberôtel hotel appreciate the close proximity to the main Parisian business districts. The Pasteur Institute is a 10-minute walk away, as is the Necker Children’s Hospital. The Parisian Unesco headquarters are a 15-minute walk away, and the Parc des expositions - Porte de Versailles is only three stops away on the underground.


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