A very decent hotel despite its small rooms.
A very decent hotel despite its small rooms.
The hotel stands just a few metres from the Seine and Notre-Dame Cathedral, tucked away down one of the picturesque narrow, paved streets found in the area, which ooze history and are responsible for both the charm and popularity of this arrondissement. You might be interested to know that the street on which the hotel stands takes its name from an encyclopaedic monk who used to provide instruction in the neighbouring square. There is also a French restaurant just opposite the hotel. The closest metro station is Maubert Mutualité.
As you walk the long and rather dark wallpapered corridors leading off to the guest rooms you can almost feel the old Parisian ambience creaking beneath your feet. The 34 bedrooms come in two categories, namely Standard and Superior. The Standard rooms are rather small and typically Parisian. The beds and bedside tables on either side are framed by a wooden structure, whilst the decor consists of a beautiful classical tapestry, chandelier-style light fittings and a picture. Amenities include a fully-stocked mini-bar, a free safe and free Wi-Fi, and individual air-conditioning will also be available once the planned renovation work is complete. Most of the bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub.
The hotel boasts a beautiful façade, with a few stone steps leading up to the main door. Once inside you'll be surprised by the size of the lobby, where the reception desk blends perfectly into the surroundings, and where you'll also find a lounge area furnished with period armchairs arranged facing a huge old tapestry. There are also a large number of collectable items and pieces of furniture dotted around the place. The bar, to the rear of the lobby, serves soft and alcoholic drinks 24-hours a day, and whilst renovation work is currently in the planning stages, this is definitely something to bear in mind for future reservations. There is even an extraordinary fitness room with a few machines, as well as a sauna on the basement level.
sauna, keep fit
Très bon emplacement, belle décoration.
L'emplacement !! A deux pas de Notre Dame et des quais et à 5minutes de St Michel. L'hôtel est charmant et bien décoré. Entièrement rénové.
Le petit dejeuner est trop léger. Préférez les nombreux restaurants / bistros / bars aux alentours pour vous restaurer.
You will either love or loathe the hustle-and-bustle of the area surrounding this beautiful, simple yet classic hotel.
A perfectly decent hotel with conventional guest rooms.
Undergoing progressive modernisation that seems to be taking a long time to complete.
This little hotel comes as a lovely surprise. Some of the rooms have been renovated and are now filled with a delightful modern and chic ambience
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An establishment that offers royal treatment and the possibility of doing your own cooking.
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