Where to start? The hotel was in a very good area with many connections to the underground. The room, though quite small was comfortable. The bathroom on the other hand was very strange and small. No where to put your toiletries around the sink. I had to use the ledge and bend over every time I had to get makeup, lotion or anything else I needed. the staff was amazing!! Every question or problem we had they were right on it! Including printing, scanning and faxing for us! We asked for a Italian restaurant within walking distance and they did not disappoint. Being Italian I know a good plate of pasta and the one with sarda on it was amazing! If we were to go back to Paris this is where we would stay for sure!
On a side note, be ready for the awful smells of the underground! It is very dirty and old. With all the money France gets from tourism you would think they could afford to fix and repair the underground. We have been to London and Germany and they are 5 star to Paris 1 star.
Recently stayed at this hotel for a family reunion lasting 5 days. We couldn't be happier with our experience in terms of location (Quartier Latin), style of the hotel rooms (textured artsy chic and carefully laid out for luxury), and staff (impeccable helpfulness and grace).
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The Hotel du Panthéon enjoys an outstanding location in the very heart of Paris city center , in Saint-Germain des Prés …More
We stayed for two nights at the end of a two week vacation in Europe. The staff were very friendly and had good english. Breakfast was reasonably priced and good. We received an upgrade to a larger room for no charge and found the accommodations very nice.
This hotel is in a lovely setting in the Place de la Sorbonne. It is very convenient for most of the tourist attractions in central Paris. It is worth however to spend time strolling along the streets in the Latin Quarter with its many bars, restaurants and historic buildings.
Would recommend getting the RER B to the Luxembourg station if travelling from CdG airport as it is just a short walk from the station to the hotel.
The staff was both friendly and extremely helpful. The room was small and sparse, but very clean. It had a great view of the street below. It was in a great location for walking to Notre Dame and to the Seine. There were a lot of reasonably priced restaurants nearby.
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.