A few steps from Montparnasse station

Boutique hotel 3 stars

Rue Delambre Paris

Hotel Delambre is a 3-star establishment located just minutes away from the Luxembourg Gardens and Saint-Germain-des-Prés!

Short story about Montparnasse

The nickname Montparnasse comes from the “Mont Parnassus” given to the student quarter where they used to come and recite poems.

In the 18th century, the Boulevard Montparnasse was neglected, and during the revolution, many dance halls and cabarets opened their doors.

Montparnasse became very popular in the early 20th century, becoming the center of intellectual and artistic life in Paris. Crowds from around the world came to experience the bohemian life. The place also became a refuge for exiled politicians, such as Lenin and Trotsky.

The great activity of the residents in the neighborhood focused on endless discussions in the surrounding cafes such as La Rotonde, Le Select, Le Dôme, La Closerie des Lilas, or La Coupole. In these places, great men like Zadkine, Paul Fort, Apollinaire, Max Jacob, Hemingway, Fargue, Breton, Cocteau, Fitzgerald, Henry Miller, Miro, Foujita… left their eternal marks in memories.

Our favorite addresses

La Coupole, La Rotonde, and Le Select, three traditional luxury brasseries!