Saint-Germain Quarter, one of the most famous quarters in Paris
A Latin Quarter with many faces
Paris is composed of numerous Quarter more or less known. Some of these streets and avenues have become world famous. Among the famous in the capital city is the Saint-Germain Quarter, equally known by the name Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
This is found in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, near the Latin Quarter. Chic elegant, the Saint-Germain Quarter attracts the intellectuals of the city who come to browse through the various bookstores.
But throughout the Saint-Germain Quarter there are interesting knooks and corners to discover. So, if you find yourself in Paris and want to stroll through the Saint-Germain Quarter , we strongly recommend visiting the very pretty Saint-Germain Abbey. For shopping, we suggest Le Bon Marché which is a perfect place for a quality selection amongst some of the most refined brands in Paris.
Art, culture and leisure close to our hotel
For lovers of art and culture, the Saint-Germain Quarter is home to many art galleries and museums, such as the Luxembourg Museum, Eugène Delacroix Museum and the Academy of Beautiful Arts. You can always just explore the area on foot, admiring the landscape. Just imagine all that you can do in the Saint-Germain Quarter!
Of course to enjoy the Saint-Germain Quarter fully and all of Paris, it is best to book a hotel for a few days right in the city. This way you can visit the beautiful places of Paris, take amazing photos at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, and even cruise along on a boat trip on the Seine. Out hotel is found just across from the Necker Hospital. In other words, staying with us put you in an ideal location to easily discover the tourist attractions of Paris.
By reserving a room in our hotel, you can move about the city without difficulty. The numerous metro stations in proximity to our location, allow you to avoid driving and being stuck in traffic. In any case, if you intend to visit Paris soon, we advise that you make time for the Saint-Germain Quarter . But beware, in this area the time passes quickly, so be sure to allow at least half a day to see all there is to do here.
So, are you seduced by the Saint-Germain Quarter?