This captivating and interesting hotel opened its doors in June 2014. Its original decor transports the guest on a journey to the very heart of the Renaissance, with the period's most iconic figure, Leonardo da Vinci, as its theme throughout.
Hotel Da Vinci
25 Rue des Saints Pères París France
A haven of peace and quiet with its private terrace overlooking the Hotel's patio, this is one of our most charming rooms.
The Médicis rooms pay homage to Da Vinci's fascinating and prosperous patrons, the Médicis family, who helped him become one of the most celebrated creatos of all time. Magnificent Venetian mirrors enhance the room's sublime interior, complimented by frescoes from one of his earliest works, "Madonna of the Carnation".
The Inventions rooms pays tribute to Leonardo da Vinci’s innovative genius. A supremely skilled draftsman, frescoes of his remarkable technical drawings are softly illuminated by our blown glass ochre lighting, produced exclusively in Venise.
At the head of the bed are frescoes depicting "The Battle of Anghiari", also known as Vinci's lost painting. The interior's warm color palette, reminiscient of those used in his most exalted paintings, is accentuated by the blown glass ochre lighting, produced exclusively in Venise.
The Renaissance rooms' interiors were largely inspired by the significant period of creativity in European history. The Venetian or pastel color palette set the mood for relaxation, while frescoes representing Da Vinci's major works adorn the walls, reflected by magnificent Venetian mirrors.
On August 21, 1911, Vincenzo Peruggia stole the Louvre's most prized painting: La Gioconda, The Mona Lisa. A media sensation ensued and the thief found refuge from the police in this hotel room. After a few painting in tow. The Mona Lisa's mysterious disappearance would not be resolved for another two years.
75006 - París - France