We booked this hotel based on past Expedia recommendations and cannot fault the property. We had a beautiful suite on the corner on the 5th floor looking over the Sorbonne.........the location is nice and quiet and facilities are what you expect from a 4**** hotel. Would stay here again without hesitation.
This hotel is perfectly placed just a stones throw from Notre Dame. It is in a quiet street, but only a street away from transport and shops. It is a charming restored mansion, beautifully presented and furnished, which provides a comfortable retreat from the hustle and bustle of Paris.. Highly recommended.
A characterful but unpretentious new hotel near to the Latin quarter and the Sorbonne, decorated in an upmarket style reminiscent of student digs. Quiet and comfortable but with early signs of wear and tear. The staff all speak English and are very helpful but the room rates are ambitious.
Traveller from London
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"lovely hotel, well situated and very comfortable"
We liked the décor, the hotel was well situated and close to many restaurants. The rooms were quiet, clean and comfortable. The breakfast looked good but we opted to for a wander in the mornings in search of breakfast and we were not disappointed.
A good base for exploring Paris.Room small but this is standard in Paris.Excellent power shower with plenty of hot water and good air conditioning which was essential during our visit as Paris was in the middle of a heat wave.Also tea and coffee making facilities ,a first for us in Paris although no milk available.
The hotel is at the bottom of the latin quartier, in a very Parisian area, with lots of local restaurants and bars. Easy …More
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.