Superb baroque decor, plenty of colour, and unbelievable charm. We loved it.
- Well located
Superb baroque decor, plenty of colour, and unbelievable charm. We loved it.
This hotel packed full of charm is located in a fantastic neighbourhood. You will undoubtedly be enthralled by the bohemian spirit of the narrow pedestrian streets in the surrounding area. The Cluny Square is right at the heart of the Latin Quarter, on the corner of Boulevard Saint Michel and Boulevard Saint Germain. It is a joy to wander around the surrounding labyrinth of narrow pedestrian alleys lined with old cobblestones. The hotel is bathed in the chic and trendy atmosphere of the Latin Quarter and Saint-Germain des Prés, where young Parisians like to go for a lively night out. What's more, the most impressive monuments of Paris, ones that helped build the city's reputation, are only half a mile away: Notre Dame cathedral, the Louvre museum and the Musée de Cluny medieval museum are just a few examples. The beautiful areas of the 5th and 6th arrondissements and the narrow streets surrounding the Panthéon can also be visited on foot, but if you're after an invigorating stroll and some fresh air, head for the pathways of the Jardin du Luxembourg. As for transport, line B of the RER connects with both airports, and lines 4 and 10 of the metro stop virtually right outside the hotel.
While the lounges and communal areas are decorated in a dignified rustic style, the guest rooms have a rather different appearance, displaying superb neo-baroque decor that is full of colour and extremely modern. The establishment has only 30 guest rooms, ranging from single rooms to suites. They are very original, and feature seven different decorative styles. Most of the rooms are very colourful, and offer romance and charm in equal measure. The baroque style can be seen in the wrought furniture, the revisited patterning of the wallpapers, and sophisticated chandeliers. The walls of the rooms are decorated in shades of green, purple and chocolate, injecting a bit of energy into the decor. In comparison, the marble bathrooms are quite standard. The amenities include free Wi-Fi access, a mini-bar, and satellite television.
The hotel is on the corner where two streets meet, so its windows offer several different views and the sights out onto the district's beautiful boulevards are particularly wonderful. The hotel building is old, and the decor has a natural theme to it. Its fine parquet flooring, untreated wood furniture and soft colour scheme create a peaceful and slightly rural ambience, the untreated natural materials giving the place a feeling of great prestige. In the morning, the very stylish quilted armchairs and sofas of the lounges make way for the breakfast area. The meal consists of fresh fruit salads and orange juice squeezed at the hotel, home-made jams and freshly cooked pastries. It is clear that the owners have taken the well-being of their guests to heart.
beauty salon, Turkish bath
Situation idéale au croisement des boulevards Saint Germain et Saint Michel. Décoration raffinée et soignée. Nous avons eu un tarif imbattable.
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Décoration cosy avec un petit clin d'oeil 18ème siècle/Marie Antoinette, tarifs très compétitifs, un hôtel idéal pour un week-end shopping/sorties au coeur de Saint Germain des près.
Situation idéale à l'angle des boulevards Saint Germain et Saint Michel.
Aucun. Le bruit qui aurait pu constituer un point faible au vu de la localisation de l'hôtel est parfaitement filtré par des doubles vitrages très efficaces.
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This picturesque hotel is ideally-located and harbours one or two surprises to boot!
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