Ratings based on 324 Verified Reviews
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from New York
Good hotel for touristsPosted Aug 8, 2017
Stayed here with my teenaged daughter for 5 nights. Great part of town with nice streets to take a run. Hotel itself was fine but we didn't stay in the room long. The room was small, barely any room for anything but the beds and little to no space to unpack clothing. Great water pressure in the shower, free wifi but it didn't work well a lot of the time. Staff was friendly and helpful. Overall, we had a positive experience.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 23, 2017
Good deal for the money. Some rooms quite small. Great location and quiet at night even on the street side. Lobby people quite friendly and helpful. A/C worked well. Water pressure good and hot. Breakfast was limited. 7 minute walk to Notre Dame. 3 minutes to the Pantheon. Plenty of restaurants and food stores with in a 5 minute walk'
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good hotel in the centerPosted Jul 9, 2017
Very friendly people, clean and in the middle of St Germain, just minutes from Notre Dame and Quartain Latin.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Wilton, Connecticut
Cozy small hotel in the heart of the Latin QuarterPosted Jun 9, 2017
Pros: The room was charming and cozy. Bathroom was modern, with plenty of hot water for showering (no tub). The staff and service were first rate.
Cons: For a small, intimate hotel it has everything one might expect, or hope for.
Location: The location is ideal, close to many great cafes and restaurants. Walking distance to Notre Dame and Saint Chapelle, as well as Musee de Moyen Age.
During a five night stay in this charming boutique hotel, we got to know the area that surrounds the Sorbonne and the University of Paris for the first time. The location is a bibliophile's dream - bookstores of all descriptions provided endless browsing, as did the many fascinating shops that line the Rue des Ecoles. We particularly enjoyed the breakfast in the first-floor dining room - fresh croissants and baguettes every morning, along with ham, varieties of cheese and great coffee. It was an exceptionally warm week in early June, and the individual climate control in the room was a welcomed relief. Although the room was small, the cleanliness of the space and the comfortable bed made the room a cozy retreat at the end of a busy day of shopping and museum visits. The staff were always helpful, assisting us with printing boarding passes, and helping with dinner reservations. On the morning we left, George at the desk made coffee and served us croissants very early, before the dining room was opened (at 7 AM). Great stay. Memorable staff and service. While reviews frequently refer to the small size of the rooms, we were impressed with the way the space available in the room was used to advantage. The general layout of the room and french doors opening to a balcony made the room livable for two people, with the safe and small refrigerator in the clothes closet, TV on one wall. The wall mural and clevely-placed lighting also made the space seem larger than it was.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from S
FantasticPosted Jun 5, 2017
We had 2 rooms for 8 nights at this hotel. The hotel is in a fantastic area, close and convenient to all. The rooms were clean and very comfortable. The hotel staff were friendly and very helpful. George was so nice as was all the staff. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone. I would definitely stay at this hotel again on my next trip to Paris.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Manchester, UK
Nice hotel in the lovely Latin Quarter.Posted May 28, 2017
Pros: Great location.
Cons: Decor could be freshened up a little, but very clean nonetheless.
Location: Ideal location for so many of the city's stunning sites: Pantheon, Norte-Dame, The Louvre, The Seine.
Nice, simple hotel, very clean, great breakfast, friendly staff. Close to the Pantheon in the lovely Latin Quarter. Walking distance to Norte Dame & The Seine, lots of lovely bars, cafes & restaurants nearby. Would definitely stay here again!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Puerto Rico
Nice hotel close to cafes, restaurants, & metroPosted May 26, 2017
Pros: The thing I liked most about the hotel were the neighborhood. Two steps from the Latin quarter, one with a variety of places to shopping and eat.
Cons: Something that could improve on the hotel is that it cleans the air conditioning filters. They were very dirty making it difficult for them to cool.
Location: The street is quiet and around there are pharmacies, banks, restaurants, laundries, supermarkets, metro stations, among others.
Staying at this hotel was a pleasant experience. The hotel is in a central location. The street is quiet and without excessive noises. Around there are pharmacies, banks, restaurants, laundries, supermarkets, and tourist areas nearby.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Dana Point, CA
Awesome in St Germaine - Latin QuarterPosted May 21, 2017
Staff is very friendly. Rooms are nicely appointed and renovated. Great location close to Maubert Metro station and to several attractions such as Pantheon, St Chapelle, le Seine, etc... loved it!!
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Posted May 4, 2017 on Hotels
rooms are small, which is normal for Paris good shower, clean room my friend had a room that smelled of cigarette