Welcome to the Soft Hôtel
Soft Hôtel Paris: a haven of quiet after a hectic day
The Soft Hotel Paris offers the ideal accommodation for a soothing stay, whether our guests come to Paris for a business trip, a few days of sightseeing or a romantic getaway. With its subtle musical background, soft lights, rooms designed in a cosy style and very comfortable bedding, everything at the Soft Hotel has been carefully considered to ensure the ease and tranquillity of travellers.
Situated in a typical Parisian street close to the Gare de l'Est, the Canal Saint-Martin and many shops, bars and restaurants - including our partner Les Vinaigriers, open 7 days a week - the Soft Hotel Paris is the ideal place to relax after a busy day in the capital.
It offers single, double or twin rooms, decorated in a contemporary style and very well appointed, where everyone can enjoy a serene and relaxing atmosphere. The friendly and helpful staff is at your disposal 24/7 to welcome you, answer all your questions or assist with your taxi reservations, restaurant and theatre bookings.
The Soft Hotel also offers a wide range of services for all your needs, including free WiFi, a business corner, luggage storage facility, newspapers, tourist guides, tasty breakfast, tea time throughout the day, parking nearby, and exclusive special offers (romantic, etc.).
A typically Parisian district near the Gare de l'Est
The Soft Hotel is only 300 metres from the Gare de l'Est, one of the capital’s major railway stations, and just a short stroll from the picturesque Canal Saint-Martin, the Grands Boulevards and their numerous theatres, and the famous Place de la Republique. The Marais, Montmartre and Abbesses districts are also nearby. A Vélib' station, where you can obtain rental bicycles, is located just in front of the hotel.
Finally, the Metro and RER lines, many of which can be easily accessed from the hotel, allow you to quickly and directly reach various key places throughout the capital, among them the department stores of the Boulevard Haussmann, the Opera, the Sorbonne district, and Roissy-Charles de Gaulle International Airport.