This was my first real experience in Paris. I have to say all the staff at this hotel were amazing. Nothing was a problem for them. The room was a little small but that is to be expected. The facility and the cleanliness of the room was good.
The hotel location was excellent next to the Luxembourg tube line and walking distance to everywhere.
It was a great hotel with great staff. I showed up early to drop my stuff off and they gave me great directions on how to get around as a tourist. They were very accommodating throughout my visit, even lending me an adaptor for my phone. The room was great! The king size bed was a real treat and super comfy. They had a Nespresso machine in the room to use.
The only downside was when ordering room service for breakfast. It didn't arrive at the time I asked for it and I had to call down twice to get it sent up. When it was sent up, it was cold and it delayed me from starting my day.
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Checked in for 6 night stay - arrived early and was able to store luggage. We were kindly upgraded from a twin single room to a triple which was great.
Location is close to subways and many local interest points - pantheon, Notre dame and rue mouffletard
Didn't have breakfast plan but room included instant coffee and mini fridge which we made use of ( was handy)
Elevator is small - you can only fit two people and luggage
Noise from other rooms was sometimes noticeable but would definitely stay here again.
Nice Hotel in Latin Quarter. Very noisy and busy outside. Couldn't leave window open on street side, you would have to shout. Once closed, it was well sealed and didn't interfere with sleep. Very small room, but clean. Hotel staff extremely helpful; multi lingual at front desk. Delightful coffee shop/bakery attached. Metro stops nearby, and shopping on Boulevard St. Michelle. Walking distance to the River Seine, Notre Dame & Louvre. Secure-front door is always locked. Staff will ask you to leave your key. Probably would not stay here again, only because we did not realize the Latin Quarter is sooooo busy and loud, not because of the hotel itself. Nights are busy, streets are busy, but it was safe enough. Most of the day was spent traveling the city to see the sights anyway.
Tucked away in a quiet street, just a stone's throw from Notre Dame Cathedral, this is an excellent base for enjoying Paris.
It's easily walkable with luggage from the Metro. The staff were courteous, helpful and professional to a fault. Rooms are comfortable and well furnished.
We decided to eat elsewhere, as we wanted to get moving quite early and to try out restaurants in as many different areas as we could each day, to make the most of our short stay. There are plenty of brasseries, cafes and restaurants within a short distance, and really interesting surrounding streets.
We found nothing to criticize during our stay, and thoroughly enjoyed it.
The only downfall was no lobby bar. The rooms are a very good size for Paris. Very helpful staff.
I would not hesitate to stay there again and again. There is a restaurant on the island behind Norte Dame that you must try St. Regis. Friendly staff, great food, reasonable prices and the staff seem to go out of there way to make us feel welcome.
Pocket Guide: Paris Latin Quarter - Pantheon Hotels
Historically the academic and liberal centre of Paris, the Latin Quarter is known for its cobblestone pedestrian streets and La Sorbonne University. Neighbourhoods include the cinemas and bookshops of Place St-Michel, the chic shops and cafés of St-Germain-des-Près, the market street of rue Mouffetard, and the gardens of Luxembourg and Jardin des Plantes.