My stay was a delight. The hotel is modern, comfortable, and is very convenient in terms of visiting all areas on the left bank and it is near to the metro stations Luxembourg, Cluny, and Odeon.
The hotel staff were polite and helpful. Their generous and enthusiastic assistance was much appreciated and saved me much time and effort.
I give the hotel an A+.
Hotel was good in a great location in central Paris close to metro, bus and plenty of places to eat. Room was slightly small but fine as a base. Hotel was very clean with room/towels done every day. Overall a great place to stay!
A great little hotel, right in the bustling heart of St Germain.
Very comfortable and tastefully decorated room, we choose the
back of the Hotel for a quiet sleep and got it.
The location is the biggest draw, right in the heart of cafe's, restaurants, bars and shops
and close to Metro stations and even the airport RER.
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
This is a nice little Latin Quarter hotel in a very charming setting (Place de la Sorbonne). Friendly, professional staff. Walking proximity to many sites (Pantheon, Luxembourg Gardens, Musee Cluny, Notre Dame, etc.), shopping (St Germain) and transit (Metro, RER). Quaint (small, Parisian) features - tiny elevator, small bar, but a very nice (filling) breakfast spread downstairs in the "cave". There are also a few convenient cafes in the square adjacent (beautiful setting against Sorbonne & fountains). I prefer a place with a bit of character - and good service - to the large, impersonal, tourist hotels.
Pocket Guide: Paris Saint-Germain-des-Pres - Luxembourg Hotels
Saint-Germain-des-Prés, a suburb located on Paris’ Left Bank, is bordered by the River Seine and the Tour Eiffel, Luxembourg, and Latin Quarters. Popular for its bistros, coffee shops, and cafés, the area is home to Café Les Deux Magots, frequented by the writers and artists of the Lost Generation. Other popular attractions include the Institut de France; the Palais Abbatial; the Odéon Theatre; and St-Germain-des-Prés, the oldest church in Paris.