The first H4 Hotel opened in France in 2023. One of the most spectacular hotels in the city is now housed in the 140-metre-high Tour Pleyel in Saint-Denis near Paris, with 700 rooms across 40 floors and the highest pool in the country. The metro will take visitors directly to the centre of Paris from the hotel, which is located next to the Stade de France and the Olympic Village of the 2024 Summer Games.
Hotels in France
France is a popular tourist destination that has plenty to offer. The coasts of the English Channel, the Atlantic and the Mediterranean mainly attract summer holidaymakers. High mountains such as the Alps or the Pyrenees and dreamlike landscapes featuring forests, river valleys, and vineyards - such as those of Bordeaux, Provence, or Alsace - will bring a smile to the face of anyone looking for enjoyment and natural beauty. Those with sightseeing in mind can opt for a city break: Reims, the city where the French kings were once crowned, is a good choice, as is Lyon with its old town on the peninsula between the Rhone and Saône rivers, which is a World Heritage Site. Or what about a trip to Montpellier, Marseilles, or Nice, in the south of the country - where monuments from Roman antiquity and the Middle Ages have firmly retained their place among modern culture and architecture.
At the top of the podium is, of course, the French capital: Paris. With its long history, this city is full of legends, and today it is at the forefront of culture, politics and world affairs. Among the countless iconic highlights that can be admired here, there is something for everyone: from the Eiffel Tower to the Musée d'Orsay, from the cathedral of Notre-Dame to the Cité des Sciences, from Montmartre and Sacré Coeur to the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, or from a boat trip on the Seine to Disneyland Paris.
Perfectly connected via the metro, the new H4 Hotel Paris Pleyel invites you to explore this metropolis. The hotel will be opening its doors in 2023 in Saint Denis, in the immediate vicinity of the impressive Stade de France. 140 metres high, the Tour Pleyel houses 700 rooms with all the H4 comforts. It also includes two restaurants as well as a rooftop bar and the highest swimming pool in France. A Conference & Event Centre is also attached to the hotel, offering space and options for events of all kinds.
We look forward to welcoming you to France!