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All reviews saint sulpice place st left bank complimentary afternoon tea luxembourg gardens quiet square club room cafe de flore small hotel lovely hotel perfect paris hotel within walking distance comfortable rooms eiffel tower wonderful stay stayed for nights by paris standards
Exceptional boutique hotel in the heart of Paris! Great location, staff were welcoming, lovely and very friendly.
Will always stay in this hotel when I come to Paris. It's typical French style.
Couldn’t have asked for a better room, we had a view of the...More
A charming boutique hotel in the best part of paris.
We were a family with 3 kids and we took two connecting rooms.
Everything was great.
We had the nicest view to the beautiful place st Sulpice, the staff was very friendly to the children,...More
A fabulous little boutique hotel in the best area IMO of all of Paris. Really great welcome, no hassle, very helpful staff and comfortable rooms.
A cosy little bar area that offer free Tea between 4 and 6 was a delight and so comfy that...More
I would agree with “Quiet Luxury”. From the inviting entrance at the Place St. Sulpice to the warmth of the lobby, to the plush feather pillows on our bed, every attention to detail is not lost in this family owned hotel. Everyone, from the gentleman...More
Hotel Recamier is wonderfully located in the quietest corner of Place St Sulpice and a short walk from the St Sulpice metro which takes you straight to Gare du Nord. Once at the hotel, we walked everywhere, including Les Invalides, the Louvre, Rue St Honore,...More
Discreetly nestled behind the trees on Place Saint Sulpice in the heart of Saint Germain des Prés area, Hotel Récamier is about to become a new exclusive address in Paris. The hotel should meet the …Moreexpectations of travellers in search of confidential addresses such as those exchanged between well travelled and demanding friends.Half of the 24 rooms have a direct view on the place. The rooms have been superbly revamped by the renowned interior designer Jean Louis Deniot who was inspired to create 24 entirely different rooms with one theme per floor. On a classical basis he has added some eclecticism inspired by the various 20th century decorative styles. You will find neither hyper exuberance nor minimalism: here we are talking real Parisian elegance. Less
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Hello, if you do not want to change several times the train/metro you should take a taxi - there is an official fix flat of EUR 60.-. Tipp: always reconfirm with the taxi driver as you are tourist and probably do not speak... More
Hello, if you do not want to change several times the train/metro you should take a taxi - there is an official fix flat of EUR 60.-. Tipp: always reconfirm with the taxi driver as you are tourist and probably do not speak french.. Also check if they accept credit cards (not all of them do!). Have a good trip..
To whom it may concern,
We would like to inform you that there is no balcony (Juliet's balcony) on the 6th floor but you can hardly compare the Club room with both a view on St Sulpice square and also on the terrace side... More
To whom it may concern,
We would like to inform you that there is no balcony (Juliet's balcony) on the 6th floor but you can hardly compare the Club room with both a view on St Sulpice square and also on the terrace side and the Deluxe with a view on St Sulpice square since the Club room with its 30 Square meters is much bigger than the Deluxe (18 square meters).
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Very best regards from Cecilia