The family-run Aviatic hotel has all the authentic charm of a fine house, where guests will quickly feel at home.
Wood panelling, marble, parquet floors and a treasure trove of antique furniture all serve as a reminder that this is a building with a history: this was once the home of the Marquise de Maintenon, and the house where she raised the children of Madame de Montespan and Louis XIV. Later, in 1912, the pioneering aviators from the Issy-les-Moulineaux airfield stayed at the hotel, which explains its name today.The many artists who forged the Montparnasse of the early 20th century also passed through its doors. If walls could talk...
The Aviatic hotel has recently been entirely renovated by the architect F. Foucaut.
To respond to all requests, three categories of rooms - Triple Prestige, Prestige, Tradition - are now available.
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