Explore National Library
Book a hotel near the National Library, Paris with Hotels.com. The contemporary-looking National Library in Paris is the most important library in France. Find out more about the long history of the institution and explore the heritage collections at the presentation space in the east entrance hall of the National Library. The National Library stores a copy of every publication printed in France and is home to over 13 million printed books as well as manuscripts, maps and magazines. Situated on the Left Bank of the River Seine in the 13th arrondissement in the south-east of central Paris, the National Library is near many of Paris’s best hotels as well as the trendy Batofar club-on-a-boat and the bustling cafés and bars of this up-and-coming arrondissement. Hotels.com offers a range of accommodation near the National Library, accessible from Bibliothèque François Mitterrand Métro station. Don’t miss the permanent exhibition on the two globes made for King Louis XIV by cartographer Vincenzo Coronelli at the National Library.