In the heart of Paris
Hotel Saint-Paul Rive Gauche, Paris
Hotel Saint Paul Rive Gauche is a four-star boutique hotel in the heart of Paris left bank, tucked down a quiet street between the Latin Quarter and the Saint Germain neighborhoods. Cultural sights nearby include the Cathedral of Notre Dame, the Pantheon, the Church of Saint Sulpice and the Luxembourg Gardens. Metro station Odèon and RER Luxembourg with direct access to Charles de Gaulle airport and Gare du Nord are only a short stroll away.
This exquisitely little hotel occupies a 17th-century building that once served as the home of Franciscan monks. The owners, a Franco-British family of hoteliers, recently refurbished the property, making it an elegant and comfortable urban hideaway. They also managed to retain some original features like the beautiful stone walls and a splendid well that provided water to the neighborhood in the past.
The elegant interiors have a tranquil, intimate feel. A beamed hall leads to a flowered patio and a cozy lounge area with comfy armchairs and quirky paintings.
There are 31 rooms, each in different size and style. All are decorated with exquisite floral fabrics on the walls, which give each room a unique character. At the same time, the exposed wooden beams add a rustic vibe.
Amenities include L’Occitane toiletries, a minibar, tea/coffee facilities, and a telephone with free national and international calls. Families or groups of friends traveling together can opt for the spacious Duplex Room arranged over to levels. Soundproof windows ensure a good night’s sleep.
Food & Drink
Breakfast is served on the lower ground floor, where the ancient well stands, and is typically French, with croissants, crusty baguettes, jam and cheese.
There’s no restaurant in the hotel, but guests have plenty of dining options in the area.
Timeless Parisian elegance
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Staying in Paris
Located on the left bank of the Seine river, the 6th Arrondissement is one of the city’s most atmospheric districts and a symbol of Parisian life. Once a preferred hangout of 20th-century artists like Ernest Hemingway and Simone de Beauvoir, today it attracts visitors with chic cafés, antique shops, and fabulous historical sights.