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So it doesn't have an elevator.There are stairs to climb in the metro. It's not fancy,its an old building,but we still like it.The young man at the desk carried my suitcase. The room was a good size. Very clean large bathroom that had been updated....More
This is a small, old hotel in the great St. Germain neighborhood. I stayed here for three nights in September 2014. The rooms are simple, plain and a bit outdated but very comfortable and functional. Despite what others have said, I found my room to...More
Compact rooms and are somewhat dated and in need of upgrading.
Hotel location is very good with ample cafe bars and restaurants to chose from all close by.
Check in & out was quick with no problems. Reception was helpful.
As many other reviews have...More
We booked this hotel on Booking.com in October of this year and had to change our plans. Despite assurances of free booking, and our cancellation early in August we were charged 1/3 of the four night stay. This warning was not provided as an option...More
This small hotel, in an historic building, is located in St. Germain, a very fashionable area. It is about a 5 minute walk from 2 different Metro lines. The price is very good for the location. This seems to be a family-run hotel and the...More
In Saint-Germain-des-Prés, life is effortlessly chic and all things are beautiful. The main boulevard is dotted with famed terraced cafés, haut-couture shops, ivy-covered railings and fine-dining restaurants. Antique dealers and art galleries surround the fine art school and small museums hide in unassuming squares. The neighbourhood’s namesake church is the oldest in Paris and is the backdrop for talented
musicians every weekend. The Luxembourg Gardens house the national senate, splendid lawns and flourishing flower beds. Famous faces and bourgeois Parisians frequent Saint Germain accompanied by the students of Rue Saint Guillaume and Rue des Saints-Pères. This is a neighbourhood where afternoon people-watching from a café or playing cards in a brasserie are a key part of the daily fabric.