A perfectly decent hotel for this arrondissement
A perfectly decent hotel for this arrondissement
De Fleurie Hotel Paris - © EASYVOYAGE
De Fleurie Hotel Paris - © EASYVOYAGE
The hotel is located on a quiet street right at the heart of the Latin Quarter, just a few metres from the magnificent St. Sulpice Church and one of the city's most beautiful gardens, the Jardin du Luxembourg. Whilst a short stroll up Sainte Geneviève Mountain will take you to the Panthéon, one of the key sights of the Latin Quarter. The neighbouring Odéon district is particularly lively with its numerous bars and restaurants bustling with the spirit of St Germain des Prés. The RER (French regional express train) and the Luxembourg station are also an option, or the closest metro station is Odéon.
The 29 bedrooms come in two categories, namely Standard and Deluxe, and are a little larger than you might expect of this category of accommodation, with tasteful decor, wallpapered walls, a few paintings and heavy curtains hung to each side of the window. The bathrooms are small but functional and have a shower, though the largest part of the bathroom is taken up by the bathtub. Amenities include individual air-conditioning, a fully-stocked mini-bar and free Wi-Fi access, but there is no room service. The prices are decent for this up-market arrondissement.
The hotel is housed in an old building with a red tiled floor in the entrance hall, whilst the comfortable nearby lounge area is furnished with large velvet sofas and imposing armchairs, perfect for catching your breath after a hectic day. In typical Parisian style, the breakfast room is located on the basement level, in a stone-walled cellar with vaulted ceilings. There is no public car park in the vicinity.
massage, sauna, spa
tennis, fitness, sports
Hotel tres bien situé, agréable pour un couple, superbe chambre sous les toits je recommande !!
bon rapport quelité prix au centre du boulevard
prix de leur navette
Super cadre, chambre magnifique au dernier étage avec vu sur les toits de Paris, tout à proximité, rue calme, personnels génials et agréables !! Je recommande vivement !!!
Proche de tout, possibilité de tout faire à pieds !! Rue trés calme
pour nous ils n'y a eu aucun inconvénients !
Accueil trés agréable, chambre petite mais bien agencée et trés propre
Situation dans le quartier St Germain
Pas d'inconvénient, je recommande
L'hotel è situato , credo a mio parere in uno dei migliori quartieri di Parigi,in uno stile leggermente retrò,di piccole dimesioni con dei buoni servizi a disposizione, a due passi dalla fermata del bus o del metro; nelle immediate vicinanze ci sono degli ottimi bistrot; credo che questi ingredienti siano sufficienti per provare un soggiorno presso questo carinosissimo hotel.
in un ottima posizione,la cattedrale di Notre dame raggiungibile a piedi, fermata del bus a breve distanza,i migliori cafè e bistrot a due passi,il caffè nespresso nella lobby a dispozione pagando un semplice euro, non male!
credo proprio nesuno
A pleasant hotel at the heart of the Latin Quarter.
A modest and ideally located 2-star establishment whose amenities nevertheless disappoint, considering the price.
A reliable hotel which is up to Best Western standards
A reliable hotel at the heart of the Latin quarter.
Upon entering this hotel, you find yourself in the kind of English cottage setting that could grace the pages of a Lewis Carroll novel, somewhere between a perfectly real building and the product of a colourful imagination. There is nothing imaginary about the fact that the Relais Saint-Germain exists, though, proudly nestled away in an asymmetrical 17th century building with walls at all angles. This shortcoming is limited to the 17th century architecture, though, because inside, the facilities of the Relais make it every inch a 21st century establishment. The dimensions are small, with everything adjusted to fit exactly into the available space. The hotel is the property of Yves and Claudine Camderborde, a chef and his eclectic wife who has ambitions as an interior decorator. Yves rules the roost at the neighbouring restaurant, Le Comptoir, which has made the hotel a popular port of call with intellectuals and the Parisian fashion world. The Relais Saint-Germain boasts a perfect central location at the heart of the Left Bank area, and is surprisingly original (in a purely positive sense).
Nestled in the Rue de Buci, named after Simon de Buci, the owner of Porte Saint-Germain back in 1350, the hotel is decorated in a classical style, full of souvenirs of its rich past. It has favoured a traditional approach over the latest trends. The Hôtel de Buci is a quiet establishment, despite its central location, and is the perfect place for tourists looking for a somewhat quaint Parisian atmosphere.
A well-reputed local hotel
The refined gem of this district. A favourite for its charming features.
This is a hotel full of French style in which no copies or reproductions will be tolerated. The Bristol is one of the few luxury hotels in Paris that belongs to a European family (German) rather than one of the great families of Asia or the United Arab Emirates. Stylish, classy and refined, the Bristol holds great importance in the quality and authenticity of its features and materials. Its gourmet restaurant attracts a demanding clientele that is fond of excellent cuisine.
The George V is one of the most prestigious Parisian palaces in the city. You barely have to cross the threshold before realising you are entering a hotel in which luxury, perfection and indulgence are the name of the game. Boasting rooms fit for a princess, impressive lounges and a Michelin-starred restaurant, the George V ticks all the boxes when it comes to satisfying even the most demanding of guests. The interior designer Pierre Yves Rochon oversaw the complete refurbishment of the building in 1997, and has since then continued to make improvements to the decor in the 18th Century style.
The latest Parisian palace to open its doors on 1 August 2014. The French chic and sophistication goes perfectly with the Asian elegance in the magnificent building dating from 1908. This is the Peninsula Group's first hotel to open in France but also in Europe.
The latest Parisian luxury hotel, the Shangri-La will seduce a demanding clientele that will know how to appreciate the richly ornate Empire style of this particular hotel. Nothing more can be said about the lengths taken to find the materials, designs, and other accessories that contribute to recreating the atmosphere of the 19th century, while at the same time offering the comfort and modernity of the 21st century. This extremely shiny and ornate Empire style may scare away some potential guests, however, it is still a real privilege to stay in this residence previously owned by a prince, the great nephew of Napoleon.
It took five Haussmanian buildings to bring the Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme into existence, and it is the first luxury hotel in Paris to be designed in a contemporary fashion. Comfort, style and impeccable service all come together here in a younger, more modern setting.
Confidentiality is the order of the day at this very upmarket establishment, perfect for VIPs looking for a little discretion, and private events are also held here.
The Meurice is one of Paris's best addresses. With its contemporary yet quintessentially Parisian décor realised by great names such as Stark and his daughter. The Meurice is an exclusive haunt. the hotel's main restaurant, Le Meurice, is headed by 3 Michelin star Chef Yannick Alléno which is, needless to say, one of the highlights of a stay at the hotel. In a fantastic location right opposite the Jardin des Tuileries, the rooms are tastefully decorated and the service is impeccable.
Inaugurated on 28 February 2012, the W Paris - Opera has finally opened in the City of Light. The Starwood brand linked to fashion and trends thus has its own prestigious establishment in Paris.
Nestled in a 19th century building, the hotel is in a great location. Design and modernity, with a conceptual touch, all come together here. Its designer is in the best position to explain why, since we're not sure it's really clear otherwise, but the W Paris-Opera is centred around the theme The Spark. The establishment thus defines itself as a "spark", creating a fictitious connection between the very first W hotel in New York and its newest sibling in Paris.
At the heart of the Opera district, the W can already rely on its guests who are fans of the brand and hopes that word of mouth will make it the place to be in the area; not just for its rooms but for its restaurant and bar as well.