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We've stayed there in October. Low-profile location on a cozy little street just next to La Citte and Notre Dame. Now, what looks like a cozy street during the day, turns to a plates-crashing shouting-down-the-street frenzy from Greek restaurant owners (there's an ample amount of...More
The first time I stayed there with my mother, and every time afterwards if there are vacancies, I stay there. It's only a block away from every attraction in central Paris, and it is located in one of those alley ways full of greek restaurants,...More
really friendly and helpful staff! and they all speak some sorta english...at least the several i spoke to! I actually traveled in 2011 but tripadvisor won't let me choose that date. i had a single with a shower. kinda freaked out a lil i had...More
There is no escaping the noise in this hotel. Only stay here if you are a night owl. Even back from the street the noise will come up the attrium/courtyard to your bedroom from guests talking at all hours. If you are a bar hopping...More
So close to St-Michel station, located on a pedestrian street with a great little jazz club across the road. Also beside the jazz club there is a tiny bar called La Petite Taverne where you can get the best priced pint in Paris. St-Germain des...More
As the bustling center of entertainment for the residents of the Rive Gauche, the activity at Odéon never stops. Boulevards are lined with traditional cafes, restaurants, and boutique cinemas. The streets surrounding the fountain at Saint-Michel provide eateries from around the world. Lively bars are just next door and the prototypical terraced French brasserie is on every corner. The setting for this
area is second to none; the Haussmann-style boulevards are contrasted by monumental architecture and overshadowed by the iconic Notre Dame, all within a moment’s walk from the Seine. This neighborhood's world-famous bookshops, cafés, and streets will not fail to impress you.