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This is a well designed boutique hotel in an interesting area of Paris. The rooms are very small - not for the claustrophobic. It is expensive, which we expected, but we were disappointed by the meaness - a second pot of coffee at breakfast cost...More
I was thrilled upon entering the small, quaint entrance of this Montparnasse gem. The lobby is a little jewel box, filled with the incredible scent of their custom-made candles (myrrh and incense). The furnishings are elegant and modern at once, and the front desk staff...More
Chose this hotel from Trip Advisor and wasnt disappointed. It was my partners 40th birthday and I was looking for something different and quirky. It was that and more. The staff were excellent and extremely helpful and the location was great. Most of the major...More
We have just returned from a wonderful long weekend at the Hotel des Academies et des Arts. We chose this hotel after seeing the positive reviews on Trip Advisor and we were not disappointed. We booked a superior room which was spacious enough by Paris...More
In Saint-Germain-des-Prés, life is effortlessly chic and all things are beautiful. The main boulevard is dotted with famed terraced cafés, haut-couture shops, ivy-covered railings and fine-dining restaurants. Antique dealers and art galleries surround the fine art school and small museums hide in unassuming squares. The neighbourhood’s namesake church is the oldest in Paris and is the backdrop for talented
musicians every weekend. The Luxembourg Gardens house the national senate, splendid lawns and flourishing flower beds. Famous faces and bourgeois Parisians frequent Saint Germain accompanied by the students of Rue Saint Guillaume and Rue des Saints-Pères. This is a neighbourhood where afternoon people-watching from a café or playing cards in a brasserie are a key part of the daily fabric.