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Reviewed July 12, 2010

We had a wonderful stay at this little gem of a hotel for 6 nights at the beginning of July 2010.

The staff were so kind and friendly and could not do enough to help us, recommending restaurants, answering questions that every tourist passing through their doors must ask and generally making our stay so very pleasant.

As my husband is not on the small side I requested a room with a larger bed and facing the courtyard. This is such a quiet location being tucked away in the Latin Quarter that had we had a street facing room our stay would still have been most serene.

Rue Garanciere is a narrow, one way street and the Saint Sulpice church is directly oppoiste. This is in fact no small chapel but a major landmark, easily seen to get your bearings when walking around the Latin Quarter.

Breakfast at Relais Saint Sulpice is more extensive than in other places which typically provide juice, bread/croissants and coffee for brekky. Here you are offered 4-5 different juices, cereals, cheeses, fruit, yogurt, bread/croissants (including sweet ones) and scrambled eggs and bacon. You can even have an espresso coffee for an additional cost. If you are truly into your coffee I would save it up and have an exceptional coffee at one of the local places of which their are many a mere minute's walk away.

Our room was larger than I was expecting for a boutique Paris hotel. The decor was very tasteful indeed and felt rather new as did the bathroom fixtures and detail. The bed was truly comfy, a good night's sleep guaranteed. I'm not sure about those French pillows though. We were just not used to them after 3 weeks of travelling around France.

I cannot recommend this hotel highly enough. Their website doesn't do it justice. I was very pleasantly surprised and will definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank juzjax
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Reviewed May 25, 2010

The location of this quaint little hotel is superb. It is within easy walking distance of many wonderful restaurants, cafes, shopping, and sights. It is within a 2-3 minute walk of 3 Metro stations and within 8-9 minutes of a RER/Metro station that connects to Charles DeGaulle Airport. Our room was not large, but it was adequate. One drawback was the two twin beds--a double bed was not available during our stay. The bath is modern and very adequate, although not large and spacious. Closet space was very small--half of a wardrobe actually. The room is equipped with a small refrigerator and safe. The hotel is equipped with internet, although I did not use it on this trip. The staff was great -- very accommodating, helpful, friendly, and all speak English fluently. Breakfast is available if you desire, but with all the other cafe and dining options available nearby, we did not use. If you desire, there is an small honors bar (minimal setups) in the small lobby.

Prepaid internet rates are significantly better than rates paid during the stay.

There is a large underground public parking facility within 2-3 minute walk of the hotel if you have a car. The rate is approximately 25 euros per day.

Overall, we really liked this hotel and found it well worth the price if you are in Paris for leisure and do not require access to a conference room or business center.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank LVWesty
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Reviewed April 8, 2010

My husband and I just spent 5 nights at Relais Saint Sulpice during Easter week. The hotel had been recommended to us by a friend who loved it, and it had also received great reviews here and in various guidebooks. And deservedly so! The staff and rooms were terrific, the beds soooooo comfortable, and the location is really quite perfect. In addition, we took the redeye from NYC, and they had our room available for us when we arrived at 9am. We got to nap and shower right off the plane--what a blessing!

That being said, there are some things you should know. First, not all rooms or booking fees are created equal. We originally booked a basic room online, just a week before our trip. We wanted a moderate room, but the website said they were unavailable, so I emailed the hotel directly. The hotel stated that the moderate rooms were indeed booked, but they had a superior room (even better!). The website said that superior rooms were about 220 Euro, but in the email, the hotel stated that the superior would be 189 Euro/night. So, lesson learned, email the hotel directly to see if you can get a better deal.

Next lesson: not all rooms are created equal. All Superior rooms are at the front of the hotel, "with a view" of St. Sulpice Church. While this sounds great, the reality is that the street is a teeny tiny street, which means that the church is very close to your window. You actually don't get a view of the "church"; you get a close up view of the church's wall. In addition, though it is a small uncrowded street, European Vespas and motorbikes are very loud. I live in New York City, so I'm used to some noise on the street, but every time a motorbike went by, it was incredibly loud--I suppose because it is so quiet otherwise. Needless to say, after taking our nap upon arrival, we decided to see if we could get a quieter room. We were told that the rooms facing the courtyard were considered the quiet rooms, and they only had one left, with 2 twin beds. We took it.

We originally had room #24. It was loud facing the street, and on the top floor with slanted ceilings that made the room seem much smaller, and had a tiny bathroom. In addition, for nearly 200 Euro, it only had a full size/double bed. For that much money, I would have expected a Queen or King. Room #14, directly below, was the exact same thing, except the ceilings weren't slanted, so that made it seem not quite as small. However, our new room, room #17, was perfect. It was very very very large, and though it had 2 twin beds, they were pushed right up next to each other. The bathroom was much bigger. It overlooked the pretty courtyard, and got plenty of light. The view to the courtyard is actaully nicer than the view to the street. I peaked into rooms #19 and #20, both facing the courtyard, and they were very nice as well. So, lesson learned is don't get a room facing the street. And if you want a Queen or King size bed, you need to ask for that specifically, as they don't have many rooms available with larger beds.

All the people at the front desk were immensely helpful and cheerful and accommodating, but Cindy was above and beyond wonderful. Thank you, Cindy!

The location is perfection. You can easily walk to Notre Dame, the Right Bank, all the museums, and the Latin Quarter. In addition, it is a bit of a walk to the Eiffel Tower, but you can do it! Unfortunately it rained a lot when we were there, so we took the Metro/subway quite a bit. There are 3 different subway lines all just a few blocks from the hotel, and can get you anywhere. In addition, the surrounding bakeries, restaurants, chocolate shops, bars were all incredible--delicious and among the best we had in Paris. During the week, the neighborhood was bustling with Parisians shopping for their pastries and other goods, and quiet in the evenings. On the weekend, we were pleasantly surprised to see the neighborhood had a nice nightlife, with people spilling into the streets and enjoying each other's company, but not obnoxious or loud.

The one recommendation that I have for this hotel is that other small hotels in this price range in Europe also have a free computer/internet available to guests. We don't like to lug our computer around, so the free wifi didn't help us, and it would have been very nice to quickly check email or train schedules online at the hotel. The other (very tiny) issue is that the hairdryers are terrible and ineffective, but that is how it is in most of Europe, so I wasn't expecting anything any better.

One other recommendation: we also took the train to Normandy for the day, and took a half day tour of the D-Day beaches with Normandy Sightseeing Tours. It was great.

Enjoy Paris, and enjoy Relais Saint Sulpice! With a courtyard-facing room, you'll be very happy!

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled as a couple
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8  Thank moving_right_along
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Reviewed October 19, 2009

This hotel is a gem: affordable (for Paris), stylish and location is ideal -- but beware. We went for our second stay, showed up in the lobby with bags, and were told that there had been a "problem" with the computer and we were bumped from the reservation. Nevermind that we were repeat customers, that this was an anniversary trip and we got engaged at this hotel. The management briskly offered another room at a nearby hotel, but those who know three star accomodations in the heart of Paris know they can be really hit a miss. We had to cause a major stink to to get a free cab ride over and an upgraded room at the other place. Because of the populatiry of this hotel, the management had no incentive to be gracious, apologetic or accomodating. Their mistake, big time. Horrifying!

Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
5  Thank LaBaguette
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Reviewed September 30, 2009

We were so happy with this hotel. Small and intimate. Great helpful staff. Decorated tastefully, just right. Good location.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Lakelure3
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