The Saint-Lazare district takes its name from the Saint-Lazare train station, which will soon be two hundred years old. Located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, this district is mainly known for its Haussmannian buildings, its large fashion stores, its luxury and its dynamism. You can find there the great names of fashion, like the Galeries Lafayette or the Printemps, but also historical places, like the Place Vendôme or the Madeleine church. The Haussmannian district of Saint-Lazare is also home to the greedy Parisian bistros, and the festivity of the mythical theaters, such as the Olympia or the Georges V theater. So many emblematic places which make this district an ideally located tourist site.
For a stay with family, friends, alone, or for work, your 4 star hotel le Nabis welcomes you in a friendly and comfortable establishment.
Discover the rooms of our Saint-Lazare hotel
The classic and deluxe rooms for 1 to 2 people offer you everything you need for an unforgettable stay. The chic and refined design plunges you into a bubble of softness, where all the facilities are thought for you: air conditioning, private bathroom, Wifi, courtesy tray, flat screen, desk, hairdryer... And for even more luxury, treat yourself to a beautiful view of Paris with the rooms with balcony
The services of our 4-star hotel in Paris
Numerous free or à la carte services are offered to make your stay complete. For example, the reception is open day and night to meet your needs. You can also take advantage of the concierge, luggage storage and laundry services, and use the coffee machine, unlimited Wifi, and the shower with Skinjay essential oil diffuser at your convenience.
The location of our hotel Paris 9
Perfectly located between the Saint-Lazare train station and the Pigalle district, the Maison Nabis is very well served by public transportation. You will find the Liège metro station, on metro line 13, just a few steps from your residence. The numerous buses, streetcars and subways will allow you to visit Paris with ease.
Learn more about the Saint-Lazare train station, a few steps from our hotel
With its 100 million passengers per year, the Saint-Lazare train station is the second largest station in Paris and France. It mainly serves the western suburbs of Paris, as well as the whole of Normandy. Recently rehabilitated, it now hosts a large shopping mall and many restaurants.