This establishment is decent enough but makes a bit too much of its proximity to the Jardin du Luxembourg.
It's a bit secluded from the bustle of the Latin district and the pleasures of the Odéon, but there are nevertheless numerous bars and restaurants a short distance away; the Perreyre hotel offers tranquility and another serious advantage: The Jardin du Luxembourg is just behind it. This is an oasis of fresh air in Paris and the most beautiful park in the capital. Whatever the season and the colour of the sky, it offers unforgettable strolls. There are some grocers' stores in the neighbourhood, as well as restaurants that serve French cuisine. The closest underground station is Notre-Dame-des-Champs and the nearest RER station is Luxembourg.
The hotel occupies a pretty corner building. The entrance is spacious, opposite the small reception area, with a comfortable, intimate lounge area, where breakfast is served. The building dates from the beginning of the last century, with stained-glass windows in the stairways. This family-run establishment was passed down from father to son.
The hotel's 30 rooms are all in the Standard category. The rooms are rather big but the decor is not really up to date. However, they remain quite charming, as long as you don't mind the old-school interior with bed-side tables that have an integrated radio set. The wallpaper is rather dated. There is a flat-screen TV hanging on the wall opposite the bed, and it has satellite TV. Rooms have individual air-conditioning and there is free WiFi access. The bathroom includes a shower and a bathtub, and some have just been renovated. This hotel is a little expensive, all things considered.
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