Best Western Plus Hotel Quartier Latin Pantheon,  Paris

4.0/5  - based on 254 guest reviews.
71, Rue Monge, 75005, Paris, France - See map
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Ideally located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, within walking distance from the rue Mouffetard, The Pantheon, the Botanical Gardens and the National History Museum, and Notre Dame Cathedral. The 37 guest rooms entirely air conditioned in 2005 and redecorated in a modern style in 2006, are all complete with private en suite bathrooms equipped with a bathtub or a shower and hairdryers, remote control cable TV, direct dial phones, automatic alarm clocks, air conditioning and a wireless Internet connection. Access : Métro : 7 Place Monge 10 : cardinal Lemoine Bus : 47, 67, 89 Gare : Austerlitz Gare : Lyon.

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Best Western Plus Quartier Latin Pantheon,Paris
  • 4
    « Not to bad! »

    We were looking for a hotel on a central location in Paris, for reasonable prices. This Best Western is near to the Metro where you can buy a day or a week ticket to travel around. Further the Hotel is clean and the shower is redecorated. Beds are perfectly fine and the staff is friendly. I can really recommend this hotel.

    « Good for short stay »

    We made the mistake of booking this hotel for 13 days. We knew it would be small, and for a short stay it would be fine. It was just too cramped for a 2 week stay. The positives are that the staff is wonderful and the location is great. The cons are that the wiring was not able to accommodate my power strip to charge all of our iPhones and iPad s at one time. Also, since there was no electricity during the day everything had to be charged overnight while we were in the room. We could only do this 2 at a time. Finally and most important the WiFi was awful. Most of the time that we could connect, it was slow, but it was difficult to connect, I assume, because everyone was on at the same time. This made it miserable for me. If WiFi isn't important, I believe this is legitimately a 3 star hotel.

    « Air Conned!! »

    Impressed initially by the decor and feel of this modern hotel, which was a pleasant change. Ideal location for a few days of business and parking was close by. However, I was sadly let down a few times... The hotel states all rooms are ?air conditioned?, in the dictionary the definition: "a system for controlling the humidity, ventilation, and temperature in a building or vehicle, typically to maintain a cool atmosphere in warm conditions". I called the reception, only to be told it doesn't cool, it only heats. To get fresh air I had to open the windows at night for two days and was woke up continuously to traffic horns and drunken idiots screaming until 4am. Had I known this I would have booked elsewhere as this was the main reason I booked this hotel. Breakfast was literally a joke with no fresh whole fruit and a few pieces of meat on a plate. Opted for the boil your own eggs and stale toast for 13 euros!! Overall: I walked away after two nights feeling short changed, very tired, and un-refreshed. Positives: Shower was awesome! | Chinese takeaway a few doors down | Scandinavian Salad at the cafe on the corner | Great location. Negatives: Air conditioning - Unenthusiastic staff- Breakfast -> eat elsewhere

    « Perfect location, clean and modern, helpful staff »

    We stayed for 3 nights. The location was just fantastic, the main reason we choose the hotel. 3 minute walk to Place Monge metro and a couple of minutes to rue mouffetard and all it's restaurants and shops. The room was comfortable and very clean. We didn't try the breakfast as preferred to set off at the beginnnig of the day no find someone out and about. One day, we walked from the hotel to the Notre Dame and along the river to the arc de triomphe and then the Eiffel Tour. The location really s very good. Staff on front desk always obliging and helpful, once giving us directions to the Pantheon and also booking the shuttle to return to CDG Airport. A fantastic stay. We will return.

    « Well located hotel »

    We arrived after a late train journey at the hotel. Sadly we were met my quite a grumpy male receptionist who could barely manage a smile despite our efforts to be nice . The hotel Itself was located with a nice reception area and clean but very small rooms which were cleverly designed to make the most of the space. For the price this is fine. The broadband was very slow less than 1meg so don't expect to work or Skype anyone. Our departure in the morning was a very pleasant experience with a different man on reception. I'm not sure I'd rush back but it was fine. I'd probably pay the extra for a bigger room, better Wi-fi and service. The bed was very comfy so for a solo traveller who just needs to sleep this is probably the right place for you.

    « Great Location »

    There were 12 of us on a weekend in Paris and this hotel was great location, clean, and nice rooms. Some staff were excellent others not so great. Beautiful bakery across from hotel where hot drinks and pastries made a great Parisian start to the day!

    « Didn't Quite Deliver as Advertised »

    This property has the potential to earn a higher rating; however, their "free internet" was iffy at best and usually none-existent. This was a major nightmare for my travel mate who was on a working vacation and often at risk of missing important deadlines due to the spotty internet. When you could get internet access it was only for about 5 minutes and then the network connection would drop. During my 6-days stay, I probably tried to log back on to the internet at least 100 times. We even had problems with the computer in the lobby. Staff also was iffy. While they were all very polite, some were great while others were cluelessly inappropriate. As we returned rather late from dinner one extremely cold, rainy evening, the desk clerk yelled out to my travel mate just as we were about to enter the hotel. When she walked over, he clerk asked her to stand in the street to hold the parking space directly in front of the hotel so that he could repark his Mercedes. Turns out his car was only 3 cars down from the space he asked her to stand in the rain to hold! Although the hotel is kept clean, their housekeeping staff was pretty much the same. Some days they didn't bother to remove or replace dirty dishes. During the entire stay they only provided one tiny bar of soap for two people for both bathing and washing hands at the sink. Fortunately, I always travel with my own brand of soap. They also always had to be asked for enough towels. On the positive side, the location is great. There are restaurants, bakeries, and grocery stores directly across the street or within a couple of blocks. It's also very close to the metro and by French standards, it's not too far a walk to some major landmarks like Norte Dame. I didn't try the breakfast, but my friend thought it was a good deal for the money. Overall, if you don't need or care about the internet and like us, don't mind a small room, this property might be okay for a value-conscience traveler because it's definitely clean, quiet, and well-located. However, I won't return unless they can assure me that they have fixed their internet connection problems.

    « Very good quality and good location. I would recommend. »

    Wen enjoyed our one week stay here. It is clean, tidy and modern and it is an easy walk down to the river to start tourist points. The rooms is small but functional as is the bathroom. This is the norm in Paris I think. The staff were all nice and friendly ( with the exception of one gentlemen who seemed very irritated when we dared interrupt to ask for something - he was a bit intimidating) giving good advice and directions in very good English. The restaurant area is a very short walk also and a very nice area to go to get any type of meal. Breakfast is very simple but good quality. Good value we thought.

    « Comfort saved it from a 1 star. »

    Genuinely don't know where to begin with this one. For starters we seemed to interrupt the receptionists lunch when we arrived, she wasn't too keen on helping us at all! Couldn't wait to get rid of us and not a single smile throughout our whole check in experience, it was nowhere near what was advertised! Our room was less than half the size of the one that was shown in the pictures but it was very comfortable and the shower was absolutely immense! Best shower in a long time.. Every night when we came back to the hotel we had to go down to reception as our card wouldn't work after housekeeping was in the room! The black gentleman in reception was absolutely ignorant, I asked him for an adapter for my girlfriend as she needed it for her hairdryer and we forgot to pick one up!He quite aggressively told me "10 minutes" as he handed it ober which i just thought was very rude.. When I thanked him after I brought it back he didn't even respond to me. then when I wasn't feeling great I asked my girlfriend to ask reception for some water as we were not sure if the toilet tap water was drinkable. He told us no..? A hotel with no drinking water are you kidding me? Absolutely disgraceful .. then we wanted to have tea we boiled the tap water only to find the milk in the room was gone off and came out as one big lump. With that went any appetite for the continental breakfast. I seriously regret not consulting trip advisor before booking this hotel. The only nice person we met during our stay was the black haired lady who kindly helped us print off our Disney tickets with a smile and was always pleasent and the gentleman who helped us check out! So basically wouldn't be reccomending this this hotel as we felt the cons well outweighed the pros, the BW website said the staff were completely obliging but I'd say that they are completely hit and miss and it just depends on who you come across. Have nothing against best western as I stayed with them in LA and had a fantastic stay!

    « Disappointing breakfast »

    My girlfriend and I recently stayed at this hotel, and while the location, and staff were good, the room was rather small, although we have since been told this common for Paris. Our disappointment mainly stems from (1) The size of the lift, barely could get two people in it, let alone luggage as well (2) The breakfast, that was prepaid, consisted of cereal, boiled eggs, that you cooked yourself, any other form of eggs would have to be paid for , stale bread for toast that you made yourself,croissants, and pancakes which I think were the same ones every day, or so they appeared. All this for $381 Australian dollars a night. I do not think so. Our advise when in Paris, get your breakfast on the go, plenty of shops to choose from. We definitely will next time, and at a different hotel. Hooroo Garry Fitzpatrick and Margaret Wasiak

  • 2
    « Clean, great location, but... »

    Hotel was nice, despite not being a 4-star or above. In fact, I don't have any complaints other than the police coming to my room and barging in. (Yes, you heard right) I had checked in Monday afternoon (9.25) and immediately took a nap afterwards (I was tired from traveling). Next thing I know (almost an hour into my nap), I hear the voices of men coming from outside the door. They knock, I hear someone yell, "police", and I get up to put on my pants and get the door. But before I get a chance to put on my clothes (I was in my drawers), they open up the door and make gestures with their hands like "we're sorry" and they back off. Clearly, I was not who they were looking for. So I go downstairs after my nap (let's say an hour later) and tell the guy at the front desk (he's the only person working there at the moment), what happened. He barely speaks English, but he basically discredited my story of it being the cops and said, "it was the maintenance guys". Look, I know what I saw and what I heard. And if it was the maintenance guys, they still had no reason coming inside that quickly...that was a major disappointment. I will say, the hotel was very clean and in a great location...great proximity to restaurants, bakeries, street food vendors, grocery stores, and the metro was a less than 5 minute walk away. However, this is the type of hotel for someone constantly on the go, someone who just needs a decent spot to rest their head. The room was small and kind of pricey, but that's Paris for ya! If that incident didn't happen, I would have given them 4 or 5 stars.

    « Friendly Staff, spotty to no WiFi »

    Good location. Recently Updated hotel in old building. Front desk staff very friendly and helpful. Loved the feel. Nice queen bed in a small room. Two complaints: WiFi is so spotty that it is useless~ even downstairs computer would not attach. Cannot buy just coffee~have to buy 7eu breakfast. Therefore, 2 coffees cost us 14eu.

    « Less than perfect hotel in a good location »

    Our tour group of 16 people from the U.S. and Australia stayed at this hotel for two nights at the beginning of our tour of Paris and the Loire Valley. Several of our tour group members came to the hotel in advance of the tour and stayed extra nights. Fortunately for my husband and I, we did not. Our sixth floor room was tiny - yes, I know all hotel rooms in major European cities are small - but this was really tiny. We couldn't even find the air conditioning until another member of our group explained where to find it! Some of our tour group members never got maid service. Our key NEVER worked, we routinely had to stop at the front desk to get it recharged. We will be recommending that the tour company avoid this hotel in the future. I do want to say that Laura, the front desk attendant, was exceptionally nice and called a physician for us from SOS Medical - she was great, and even the other members of the hotel staff were quite pleasant, but the actual facility needs improvement. If it weren't for our experience with Laura, we would have rated this even lower.

    « Good small hotel in great location »

    This is a small mid priced hotel in the Latin Quarter of central Paris (5th Arondisment) on main road and close to metro at Place Monge. Rooms are small but comfortable and very clean. 10 - 15 minutes walk to Notre Dame. Number of nice, busy restaurants close bye.

    « My room smelled, good location though... »

    Clean hotel tucked into what looks like a former apartment building. Well located within about 15 minutes walking distance to the hot spots of the Quartier Latin. Has a nice looking sauna but it was out of order... Speaking for myself only, I found the room tiny with just enough room to squeeze along the walls to get around the (queen?) bed to get to the bathroom. There was a strong smell in the room which forced me to leave the windows open much of the time. Luckily the weather cooperated. No other rooms were available. I assume all the rooms did not have this problem or there would have been an uproar. To summarize, they seem to be trying to squeeze every last cent they can out of the property and I found the price too high for what I got.

    « Nice, small hotel »

    We liked this hotel very much. It's located at a nice neighbourhood where there are a lot of restaurants and cafe's. The room was small but we had one on the 6th floor with a nice view of the city. AC was working perfectly too as it was 31 degress when we were there. The staff on the other hand were less helpful and friendly. Overall, i would recommend this hotel.

    « 3 Day Break »

    3 day break in Paris with Family. Some rooms small. Very comfy bed. Breakfast area small and very limited choice. Staff seem to stand there eating the food instead of the guests. Staff aren't very friendly. However the receptionist did print some tickets off for us at short notice which we was glad of. Metro station across the road. Don't be afraid to use this, its really easy, just like the London tube and very cheap. Taxi to hotel from Cdg airport cost £90 euros this was for 5 of us and about a half hour transfer. However on the way back we did the tube and then the Rer B train straight to the airport. This cost £10.30 euros per person. Very easy to do. Definitely recommend the moulin rouge and Eiffel Tower, but book before you go.

    « Nice hotel, worth the money »

    Stayed here for two nights with my family. I would say it was worth the money, but rooms are small and the bathrooms very small. Tiny elevator, only 3 or the 4 in our group could ride at one time. But very pleasant and helpful staff. Not unlike other hotels in Europe size wise.

    « Pleasant stay and an excellent location »

    The hotel's staff is friendly and professional. They readily answered my questions. The rooms are clean and uncomfortable. The hotel was also recently renovated. The room has a kettle but it would be a good idea to add a mini fridge. It was very easy for my friend and I to use the metro (lines 1 and 7), nearby bus stop, and a taxi stop. There's also a variety of nearby restaurants and coffe shops. I highly recommend this hotel.

    « Nice hotel in a convenient location »

    The hotel is located 1 minute away from line 7 metro and about 5 minutes from line 10. There are few markets for groceries and fresh fruits, as well as a variety of restaurants/pubs. The hotel staff is welcoming, and always smiling. I felt that I could approach any of them to ask questions or recommendations, which I did. I didn't try the breakfast, but the hotel offers a buffet from 7:30 to 10:30. The room I stayed in was clean, the bed and pillows were very comfortable. The room was small, which is to be expected in Paris. I knew that when I booked online, so it wasn't a surprise at all when I walked into the room. The hotel staff recommended the shuttle company they deal with. The driver was punctual and came to the hotel door to carry our luggage to the car. I would have appreciated a mini fridge in the room though. I recommend this hotel and I would stay there next time I visit Paris.

  • 4
    « Great location in lively area of Paris »

    Nice understated place to stay. Very well appointed, nice efficient room, with great bathroom.Close to metro stop Place Monge, but also nice walking, close to Jardin des Plantes and University Pierre et Marie Curie. Also walking distance to the Pantheon and the Seine river.

    « Great location to the bustling Latin Quarter »

    Nice business hotel, located very close to the vibrant Latin quarter. Easy place to stay, hassle free, clean and modern rooms,. For an old property the hotel had a fresh and modern feel. Great location to busy bars and restaurants

    « Great location »

    Located in the Latin Quarter, walking distance to shopping, restaurants and attractions. Room was small, like most European hotels, clean and bright with nice windows in the bathroom and main room. Quiet even though it was on a busy street. Lauren at the front desk was exceptional, friendly and very helpful. The breakfast was good, not sure if we'd get it in the future because there are plenty of places to get coffee and pastries on the street.

    « 50th Birthday in Paris »

    I was in Paris celebrating my 50th. We spent 1 night at the Best Western. Very modern hotel but also extremely small rooms. The elevator barely holds 2 people. We had a twin bed room and the beds were push together with nothing separating them. Overall it was an ok hotel, but I wouldn't have been able to spend more than 1 night there. The rooms are really just for 1 person.

    « Vacation stay at quarter Latin Pantheon for a.week in Paris we visited the Pantheon, la tour Eifull walked on the Champs »

    Climbed up the Montmarte, walked down the Champs Elise had drinks at les duex Moulon had drinks at Hotel Indiana walked on rue Clair had food on rue clair visited the fair at Place Monge bought some flowers

    « Clean room, good location!! »

    Pros - clean room, located very close to trains, good air con, wifi was ok, two windows that could be opened to allow fresh air. Cons - room smelt like cigarette although we booked a non smoking room, room was also made up when we had requested that it not be touched (twice), no view. Overall, a good place to stay if your visiting Paris. You can access any part of the city via the nearby train station.

    « Worst customer service »

    I had to leave this hotel early not because of the room at all ( very clean and modern, but very small). I left due to convenience not located in walking distance to the tourist districts. The front desk staff (2 of them) that I met and encountered, were very rude, aggressive and confrontational. Not sure what this hotel allows and supports but I refuse to deal with it.

    « Nothing special »

    This hotel is in a nice area and quaint shops and corner cafe's but the hotel is nothing special. We asked for 3 nights to have our two single beds made into a king but no luck even though they said they would. Breakfast too expensive ate across the street. Didn't change our sheets or towels for two days. I would suggest same area different hotel.

    « Above expectations »

    Me and my boyfriend stayed here for 4 nights and we couldn't of been more satisfied with the hotel and the service. The room was kind of small (that's just something you have to accept in Paris) but super fresh, modern and clean (my boyfriend got obsessed with the rain shower). The trains running outside that a few people have commented on was nothing that ever bothered us. The location of the hotel is absolutely awesome, in the middle of the heart of the old Latin quarters. A literally two minute walk from the amazing market street Rue Mouffetard and just a 7-8 minute walk to Pantheon and the beautiful Jardin Luxembourg garden. Everyone who was working at the hotel was extremely friendly and helpful and I would highly recommend this hotel to others and would definitely stay here if ever going to Paris again.

    « Great location »

    What a nice quaint little hotel in the Latin Quarter. Convenient location that's close to the bus stop, metro, shops, café/restaurants and groceries. Newly renovated rooms have a modern look. Stayed here during the late part of Spring (March) and the our room was particularly warm--no thermostat control for us to adjust, so that was a little letdown. Bed was comfy and the bathroom/shower was adequate for us; although the space might be a little tight for "American" size perspective, but we had no issues with it. The staff was pretty helpful and provided good info and recommendations around the area. Wi-Fi was OK at best and found it really slow most of our stay.

  • 4
    « Lovely hotel in great location. »

    The rooms were very spacious and modern. We had a great view of the street and everything was extremely clean and lovely. One of the best hotels we stayed in in the notre dame area. We did pay for breakfast which was not good at all, no assortments really and the egg boiler was extremely hard to deal with. Would put that money towards breakfast at a restaurant instead as the pastries were old and the crepes were cold and there was not much food.

    « Excellent location and good standard accomodation »

    Great hotel, minutes walk from metro, bike hire nearby. Ten minutes walk to Notre Dame, river and all the attractions along it. Many restaurants and bars near by. Hotel looked newly refurbished, really good standard of accommodation for a 3 star. Comfy bed. Great pillows. Clean and well serviced, tea and coffee making in the room. Room not enormous, but plenty of space for us, plus this is Paris!! so not in the room much!!!

    « Comfy beds »

    We chose this Hotel due to its location and the fact it has a kettle in the room! We had a twin bedded room and although the room may not have been bigger to accommodate two beds ( our room was small) the beds were very comfortable, above average, linen lovely. room clean, 11 am check out very civilised.. The glass door to the en-suite was frosted but a surprise if you are travelling with a friend! We did not book breakfast which seemed reasonably priced but there is a bakery adjacent and open on Sunday mornings for your morning croissants and the kettle in the room for the tea-drinking-english-travellers. bring your own tea bags if you like 'builders tea', location great, metro over the road. walking distance 10-15,minutes to Notre Dame and plenty of small shops on the way, including a late night supermarket. Not in our guide book but just a few streets away there is a lively student quarter with a few restaurants for the older customer (us). Taxi rank outside the Hotel/ metro for the tired traveller with a heavy case. deffinately recommend for a few days visit any longer and you would want a bigger room.

    « Nice, modern little hotel. »

    The hotel is very close to the metro and bus lines which is always helpful, there's some great places to eat/go in the area.. The room itself was lovely and clean. The bed was comfy, the towels were always changed and the shampoo, conditioner and body lotion was replaced if it had been used! The only downsides are that every time a train goes under the hotel you can hear it, the doors don't feel as they lock properly and the corridors are very dark as the lighting is dim. However the lady on the desk was always very helpful and friendly!

    « Very clean, very good location and very reasonable. »

    Great place to stay for a long weekend, the rooms are small but are very well presented, spacious bathroom with an amazing shower. I cannot comment on the food as we generally slept until after that time. The big plus is you are near the metro, which brings you everywhere., but it's also a lovely area to go walking. Loads of nice bars and restaurants in the area or on the walk into the city. I would definitely stay here again, the receptionist was a bit Duce when leaving, I know he was on the night shift but the only 2 words he said at the checking out process is €16.20 and I asked him is that tax he said yes. No safe travels, no goodbye, and no thank you. Apart from that smal glitch it was a perfect hotel for a perfect week in paris

    « good basic hotel, convenient location »

    stayed here end of september, early october. Location is good, right near Place Monge metro station. HOWEVER, don't think this makes it convenient to take train/metro from the airport. We unfortunately did, and there is almost half mile trek through tunnels to change from rer to the number 7 metro line. then there are A LOT of steps out of the metro at place monge. If you have luggage, as we did, this is an exhausting disaster of a way to start the trip. We did take Uber back from hotel to cdg airport. 36 euros, easy peasy. the room and bathroom are small but functional. The bed was big and comfy and new. there was no air conditioning, but that was fine in the fall. Would be a problem in july and august. On a side note, would not recommend travelling to Paris in July or August, as we did a lot of walking. This was manageable in October with daytime highs of 66-70, but would not want to do it if it were 80. no fridge in the room. No ice machine either. But they did have a teapot device to heat water and provided provisions for tea and coffee in a.m. . They have an outdoor market at place monge three mornings a week, with fresh food and prepared foods. Also good bakery across the street, Pinaud, with good bread, sandwiches, pastries. We did not do the hotel breakfast, which was 13 euros per person daily, and did not include any cooked items. Hotel is short walk to Jardin des Plantes, which is beautiful. Good place for a picnic. Hotel is about 20 minute walk to either Notre Dame or Luxembourg gardens. But the metro station is very convenient for getting anywhere. We got a week's Navego pass, and used that to see all the usual sites, including a day trip to Versailles. Overall, a basic hotel room, but a good experience. We did not spend a lot of time lingering in our hotel. It's Paris!

    « nice hotel in good location for reasonable price but room noise was terrible »

    I would like to give the hotel four points but the room they gave us was directly next to the elevator shaft and therefore very loud each time the elevator was used and it was used a lot also through the night. apart from that rooms small but clean. shower nice. beds ok. breakfast good for the price. wifi shaky at times. location great. prices reasonable.

    « A balcony all to ourselves with a view of Paris! »

    I thought this was a great hotel, we stayed on the 5th floor and as we opened the french doors we had a great surprise that there was a small balcony that we could sit out and enjoy the view, the room was very clean and well cared for, all amenities, nice modern bathroom, superb comfy bedding, a wardrobe on either side so we could both put our belongings away and not be in each others way, ok the room was small but very well utilised - we enjoyed it, the hotel also had a turkish bath which included robes and slippers, the staff were also very friendly and helpful and the area was really interesting - there was even a roman ampitheatre just a few yards away!

    « It's ok »

    So far one of the best hotels I've stayed in Paris at a reasonable price. The rooms are however small, as all other hotel rooms in Paris? but they looked clean. At least the dark carpet looked clean! The breakfast area was very small, however the food was fine. Not too sure how the public transport from the hotel was as I took the taxi most of the time.

    « Great hotel, nice location for Paris »

    Such a great hotel, really nice area of Paris, about 10 mins walk to Notre Dame. Staff on reception were very helpful and made my stay very pleasant and always were very professional and friendly. The Room was quite spacious for Paris and was in very quite area at night. The bed in the rooms were very comfortable and got a really good nights sleep whilst I was stayed here (5 nights). Would defo recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Paris

  • 5
    « Awesome hotel »

    This was a great hotel across from subway station and had several cute bakery's across the street. The hotel is very secured small and friendly staff. We would def considered this hotel again in Paris. I will say because we are family of four had difficult time finding room for four so we had to get two rooms but they were able to atleast get us across hall from one another on same floor. Hotel beds very comfortable and ample television. The place is styled very modern and all amenities you need. The showers are all very large and accommodating. The elevators are tiny. Lol. Two folks and one suitcase. Lol but that's par for Europe. They do serve breakfast but we never ate there. we preferred the pastries across the street so we could sit outside and have a view. Great hotel.

    « Excellent hotel in great location, very cost effective for Paris »

    This hotel tuerned out to be a good find, we payed less than the average rate in Paris yet our room was lovely. The room was quite compact but had everything you need including a large rain shower in the bathroom. The location of this hotel is really good with a couple of metro stops close by. There are also numerous shops, restaurants and bars close by within walking distance if you wish to stay closer to the hotel after a day of seeing the sites. Nottre Dame and the palace of Luxemburg are also close by within walking distance as were the Catacoombs. We did not eat breakfast at the hotel as there are so many other options in Paris so cannot rate this however the staff were friendly and the room very clean.

    « Small Room, Convenient Location »

    The location was great! Right across the street was a metro station and just the road was Rue Mouffetard, a great place for restaurants. As for the room itself, as with most rooms in Paris, it was very small, but modern. The hotel even offers a shuttle to the airport, so that was convenient.

    « Gorgeous boutique hotel »

    I stayed here recently with my husband and it was just fabulous!! The hotel is a modern chic boutique hotel. It's located in the Latin quarter area of Paris and so easily accessed. The area is more local than touristy and as a result you will really experience the true French culture. The markets across the road have gorgeous fresh fruits and foods. The cafes are fab too. There are two metro lines close by and Notre dame cathedral is less than 10 mins walk away. The hotel itself is small and the rooms are small too. However it's very clean , appropriately equipped and the staff are very helpful. The breakfast they offer isn't worth the price and I would recommend going to a local cafe instead. It didn't take away from the trip and I would definitely return.

    « Boutique Hotel »

    More than happy with this hotel. After reading reviews I was pleasantly surprised at this hotel when we arrived. Travelled in March this year. Never took long from train station to the hotel, Rooms were small but had everything we needed. Spotlessly clean and very modern. We had two rooms next to each other. One was on the corner, so had great views. Within walking distance to Notre Dam. The underground is only a couple of minutes from the hotel which we used to go to the Eiffel Tower and coming back from Galleries La Fayette. Straightforward enough to use. Hotel is within walking distance of plenty of cafes Bars and Shops. Night porter was a lovely pleasant gentleman. We got this for a good price and i chose it because pets are not allowed. Would highly recommend to anyone thinking about booking this Hotel to go ahead.

    « Nice boutique like hotel »

    Stayed here based on reviews on trip advisor and other sites. It's not the cheapest option but it was very nice with a decent location in the Latin Quarter. The area is quite vibrant and entertaining right around several schools. Tons of bars and restaurants for any taste. This area has a very warm cozy fell to it. The hotel is fairly modern with small but serviceable Paris hotel rooms....and is right next to the Place Monge Metro station. It's a great jumping off point to many places. On the downside the WiFi was a bit sketchy. Dont know if that was their fault or mine. Note. The room safe is so small that it can only accommodate documents and very small electronics. My iPad wouldn't fit and there is no way a laptop would fit. So I had to lock the up in my luggage. Not ideal but then no issues. The hotel staff was pleasant and the service perfunctory. If you can afford it then I highly recommend it.

    « Excellent hotel in great location »

    Clean, comfortable boutique style hotel within easy distance of all the tourist sights in Paris. Excellent breakfast in small but comfortable breakfast room. No trouble getting a table. Beds really comfortable. Shower and bathroom excellent. Would highly recommend this hotel for a stay in Paris.

    « Great location »

    Nice hotel in a really good location with great choice of restaurants only a couple of minutes away. Handy for the metro, but also nice walk to the river either through the Botanic gardens or up to Notre Dame. Comfortable room.

    « Good! »

    Impressed by friendly staff and nice atmosphere - rooms are nice and beds sleep very well - location is perfect in quartier latin - close by montparnasse and other impressive sites - parking is pretty close by although at paris pricing.... But absolutely recommended

    « Great place to stay »

    Very nice hotel. Cozy, elegant, clean, good breakfast, and close to the metro. The clerk of the hotel was very friendly, the room was clean, very comfortable, everything worked. The breakfast offered good variety of options. I recommend.

  • 2
    « No reason to stay here-Paris has better options »

    We needed a hotel for a last minute trip and heard from a travel agent that someone mentioned this hotel so we decided to give it a try and unfortunately were very disappointed. While the building outside is pretty, the hotel inside is very small and crowded. The room we were assigned smelled bad upon entering the room so we asked for another room, and that room was tiny and the bathroom was so incredibly small we were shocked. Furthermore unless you keep the room card key inside a slot near the entrance the lights turn off, and if you step outside to the hallway you will find complete darkness until the motion sensors turn the hallway light on. Hallways are miniature and the elevator is tiny, to the point that when one of their cleaning staff left their cart in the elevator no one could get into the elevator. We found their customer service to be lacking. They were rude and seemed to be very suspicious, to the point of requiring that every time we stepped out we surrender the room card although they didn't indicate that at check in, no one told us at check in that the hotel require the card back every time we step out even when we just stood outside for a breath of fresh air, in fact we stayed at other French hotels and no one ever asked for the card every time we left the room. That's just one example but overall there was just no sense that they care about the client. We've been traveling for many years and no one has ever behaved this way or showed such bad service. The only good thing is that one can walk about 15-20 minutes away and get to the Notre Dame Cathedral. We will not be back at this hotel and luckily for us we only reserved the room for 2 nights and then moved to a better hotel! Paris has many quality hotels and in our opinion there is absolutely no good reason to stay at this hotel.

    « My Favorite since it was totally renewed »

    I've been in this hotel several times for business and decided to come back for my holidays. It definitely has one of the best location to visit Paris and a really nice and safe neighbourhood. The hotel is always clean and you can relax in their brand new hammam (Turkish bath) at the end of the day. The staff is really nice and welcoming. They do not have a restaurant but you have an amazing choice for breakfast (fresh bakery and food for all tastes, sweet or salty). I recommend this hotel to all my friends & colleagues because of its great value for money so thought it would be nice to give a review here! Enjoy!

    « Very nice Hotel »

    This Hotel is really nice, the staff here are all very friendly and welcoming you. The breakfast here is just outstanding nice and the coffee here is just excellent, really. The rooms are all very nice and they offer all you need at a nice hotel.

    « Friendly service, great location »

    This hotel has a great location (Metro station about 50m away) and value for money. I had to leave quite early in the morning, so the hotel staff had the breakfast service ready half an hour earlier than normal. The rooms are nicely decorated and the bathroom was very nice. Front desk staff were very helpful and friendly.

    « It was ok »

    Plugs in bathroom - yes light - very dim in both bedroom and bathroom Hairdryer - handheld Shower - difficult to use Cleanliness - ok, but there was a musty smell Bed - very comfortable, nice pillows Service - wasn't awful, but could have been better (do not disturb means don't bang on the door) it's not the nicest place I've ever stayed, but it wasn't the worse either. I'd probably stay again, the location was great, very close to the Metro, and the neighborhood was nice.

    « Small room, but a pleasant stay »

    Booked a double room and it was great. The room was small and if it was for an extended stay I would feel crammed - but for the 5 days we were there it was cosy and was perfect for our stay. The room was quite modern too. The proximity of this hotel was great - right next to a metro stop and a 2 Min walk from resteraunts at the Latin quarter. Would recommend.

    « Excellent Location and Great Value for Money »

    Stayed here in October for 4 days. A good functional hotel in a lovely location. The staff were very cordial and helpful. The breakfast was good. The internet connection could have been better but really no complaints. The rooms were small but hey this is Paris. Get used to it. Will stay here again during my next visit.

    « First visit to Paris »

    Good location, easy access to the city. Walkable to the Seine for a river cruise or walking along. Close enough to walk to Notre Dame. We even walked to the Eiffel Tower although it was a very long walk.

    « good hotel, great location »

    centrally situated and very close to metro station, good value, room of course small [ as expected in central Paris] but clean and had everything we needed. Breakfast simple and entirely adequate. staff helpful

    « great if you want to listen to your neighbors screwing »

    The walls are too thin. This is my second night in a row trying to fall asleep to the bed springs, moans and spanks emanating from the rooms next door. First it was the room on one side. Now the other. I hear every door slam shut and every word someone says in the hall. The bathrooms aren't properly ventilated to let out steam, and when I ask for simple things (like fresh soap) it doesn't come. But really it's the shagging. They need thicker walls.

  • 5
    « Hotel As Expected, Location was awesome! »

    The other reviews are true that the rooms are small, and the elevator is small, but the location is awesome, it turned out to be a perfect center of operations for us on our first trip to Paris. Our room was on the 3rd floor facing the street, and with the windows open, the street noise was pretty loud, but if you closed them it was almost unnoticeable. We ate the continental breakfast the first day, it was good, but there are so many options for food around the area that we didn't want to limit ourselves to hotel breakfast. The hotel staff was generally nice. Christophe checked us in and was super nice and very helpful any time I talked to him, he offered to help us with booking anything we wanted to, and helped us with our metro and city map the first day we arrived. The other day clerks were also amiable, but I had fewer interactions with them. The night clerks were fine, they were always there to open the door when you came in late at night, but had very little to say in general, so neither positive nor negative feedback. One thing that did confuse me for the fist several minutes, upon check in is that you have to insert your room key into the holder on the wall of your room for the lights to come on. Honestly, I thought this was pretty neat and very green, but if you're the type who prefers to leave a light on for when you return, then it may be a little irksome. Whichever lights you left on will immediately come back on as soon as the key is inserted. Right across the street from the hotel is a small bakery that became our morning stop for coffee (order cafe au lait if you want the closest thing to american coffee), but we stopped at the three bakeries within footsteps of the hotel for morning pastries and they were all good. The metro stop is literally 1 block away, it puts you on Line 7 that will usually take you anywhere you want to go within 1 train change. The 7 itself will drop you very close to notre dame, the opera, and the louvre (depending on stop).

    « Great for a break »

    This hotel is really close to some great pubs and restaurants, and within walking distance of Notre Dame, the Botanical Gardens and Pantheon. The nearest Metro is incredibly close to the hotel. The rooms are a little on the small side, but really clean and with great shower facilities. If you're looking for somewhere near good night life and the centre of Paris, you'd be hard-pressed to find anywhere better, certainly at this price.

    « Great hotel! »

    We stayed here for a 3-night getaway and absolutely loved it. Our room was on the first floor but despite it being a busy street it was quiet in the room. The room was clean and modern. The bathroom was a nice size, perfect for two people to get ready at the same time. The staff at the front desk were all very nice and helpful. They have breakfast available, but honestly we did not use it because there were some cute little cafes across from the hotel. I would definitely recommend this hotel and would stay there again.

    « Nice Hotel in the Latin Quarter »

    The room is small but the washroom is newer, clean and modern. The location for Paris is fine with walking distance to restaurants and the core attractions such as the Notre Dame. The check-in process was slow and we asked for an early check-in but in high season, it is difficult. It is a nice clean hotel, good for families wanting to walk or bike around Paris.

    « Nice weekend away! »

    This was a good value for money hotel in a nice location. Lots of little eateries around and easy to get anywhere in Paris. Only a small room but very comfortable and modern with a big high pressure shower. Staff were friendly enough, a clean and safe hotel!

    « June 2015 »

    perfect location. we were four ladies on trip throughout France and loved this hotel in Paris. nice rooms, great service form the reception staff, easy to visit anywhere in Paris area. We will return to this hotel in the future. the metro is located just down the block, 2-3 boulangeries and a Carrefour are within one block, along with other very nice shops. very nice local restaurants attracted us daily to their cuisine. Delightful visit.


    I always wait with great anticipation every time I return to Paris as to what I will revisit and what I will discover. We like to stay in the Latin Quatier because it is always alive. This year was special because we were on our own after a 7 day crusie and a 9 day land tour. We came to Paris to relax, unwind and found it lovely and elegant as always: from the many shops which showcase their pastires, produce, the bars and many cafes and restaurants, the music ---this year we caught the performance of medieval music in the Notre Dame Cathedral our first night in town. VOOOOLAH. It couldn't have been better. With our visit to the castle of FoQuat in Melun to our last night in a street Greek restaurant it was magnifique. The crowning moment was while doing lunch on Saturday we witnessed the GAY PRIDE parade from our seat in a Vietnamese Restaurant on St. Germaine. Can't wait to return. DR EARL AND DR FLORENCIO

    « Three night stay »

    Stayed here in Feb for a long weekend. Hotel was quaint and modern and we were lucky enough to be situated on the top floor with a balcony we could walk out into. We could see the Eiffel Tower from our balcony. Staff were friendly enough. However, we had a 6am flight back home and came downstairs approx 3am to ask the reception desk if they could ring us a taxi. The Gentleman on reception was laying on the sofa with his shoes off on an Internet chat room. Made us feel a little awkward when he asked to be my boyfriend and come back to England with me! Must have been that French humour...? Aside from this, hotel is excellently located just a short walk from Notre Dame. Metro station over the road. This was a Godsend as we bought a 2 day pass and travelled all over Paris with it. For those just wanting to grab a quick bite, there's a subway and a Starbucks on the same road but I'd recommend the bakery directly opposite the hotel - amazing pastries!

    « Cosy Hotel at good location »

    Hotel location is good, hotel itself is rather small and guest rooms are also pretty small but decorated to contemporary style! Beakfast is not included, free internet is a plus. dont expect a proper wardrobe just a hanger place in the corner! at 140 euro per night I would expect a little bit more. on plus side its clean and decorated up to the mark.


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·From: The north. On the beltway around Paris. Exit Porte de la Chapelle, direction Paris Center - via direction Republique, and after take direction of Saint Germain (Notre Dame Cathedral), take Boulevard Saint Germain, and at last Rue Monge. ·From: The south. On the beltway around Paris, exit Porte d'Italie, direction Avenue d'Italie, then Avenue des Gobelins, and at last Rue Monge. ·From: The east. On the beltway around Paris, exit Porte maillot, direction Arc de Triomphe, the direction Concorde and at this point on the right direction Quai d'Orsay, then take Boulevard Saint Germain and at last Rue Monge. ·From: The west. On the beltway around Paris, exit Porte de Vincennes, direction Pla...

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