This your typical European hotel, meaning it's has a lot of charm, the rolms are small but hey you're in Paris! Get out of the room, the location is AMAZING. Steps from Metro stop St. Michel, and RER B and C, B being the line that goes right to CDG airport. Norte Dame is two blocks away. The front desk is super friendly and happy to assist with any reservations or plans.
Traveller from Pasadena California
Charming tourist class hotel-59 rooms located in the heart of the Latin Quarter near River Seine in the 5th arrondissement …More
Loved it. Stayed 7 nights. I was able to walk to the Louvre, Centre Pompidou, D'Orsay, Notre Dame.
My room was larger than those I get in NYC. No view, but I was not there to sit in my room.
It was quiet and came with a super waterfall shower. Loved it.
Julia and Louis at Reception were just wonderful. They were so kind and patient. And Julia was sweet, kind, and gorgeous.
I was close to Marks & Spencer, s well as a large Monoprix, so it was easy to get provisions.
Metro was close, as were the bus stops and RER train line.
The local neighborhoods were full of bookstores, brasseries, art galleries.
I would definitely stay there again.
Can't imagine staying anywhere else.
Traveller from Nashville, TN
Hotel Dacia Luxembourg enjoys a central position in Paris, close the Seine river banks, Notre Dame Cathedral, Luxembourg …More
My primary criterion for this trip was convenience, i.e., easy access to the primary goal of my visit, the National Museum of Natural History in the Jardin des Plantes. The Libertel Austerlitz Jardin des Plantes was perfect, just around the corner from the Jardin and a 10-minute walk to the museum. My room was very small, but it was clean and well maintained. Although the hotel is located on a busy street, my room was in the back overlooking a courtyard and was very quiet. The price was remarkably cheap for Paris, but the only compromise was the size of the room. The daily breakfast was quite satisfactory; the cost was extra, but considering the low price of the room, that was no problem. The hotel is right next to the Austerlitz station, so it is easy to get around, and there are numerous restaurants nearby. The neighborhood is quite nice and has something of an academic atmosphere due to the nearby universities. In all, I was quite pleased and would certainly consider this hotel again. Incidentally, the Jardin des Plantes is one of the best urban parks/gardens I have ever seen and is worth a visit on its own. The only reason I rated this hotel as good rather than excellent was the small size, but that is a matter of personal preference and was no problem for me.
Traveller from Washington, DC
The hotel offers 51 rooms clear and contemporary whom 44 were fully renovated in 2008 (Cosy, Comfort) with a comfort …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.