Affordable and boutique in the Latin Quarter, this hotel resides a short stroll away from renowned brasseries and Notre Dame Cathedral. Charming rooms are cosy, modestly furnished and dressed in contemporary, yet typical Parisian furnishings that intermingle beautifully, and some overlook the enchanting streetscape of rue du Bac. The welcoming breakfast restaurant serves up a tasty buffet each morning, while the many nearby restaurants and cafes offer traditional French cuisine throughout the day and into the evening.
Why we recommend the Hotel Central Saint Germain
- Affordable boutique hotel in the Latin Quarter
- Charming rooms with classic Parisian decor
- Close to Notre Dame Cathedral
- Breakfast restaurant
- Near trendy restaurants and bars
Attractions near the Hotel Central Saint Germain
Stroll along the River Seine
A trip to Paris isn’t complete without walking along the River Seine. Running 776 kilometres through France and into the English Channel, the banks of the Seine in Paris are connected by an impressive 37 bridges including the famous Pont Neuf and Pont de l’Alma.
Browse the wares of the iconic riverside booksellers to find vintage editions of your favourites, as well as unique posters and other charming memorabilia. You can then take a romantic stroll along the riverbank, stopping to cross the Pont des Arts; a bridge famous for its collection of metal love locks. In summer and spring, the banks of the Seine are perfect for enjoying a picnic.
Browse the Shakespeare and Company Bookshop
This quaint bookstore is definitely worth a visit, whether you're a lover of literature or a casual fan. Originally, this shop was also a library, publisher and boarding house for writers, and was even featured in Ernest Hemingway’s memoir, A Moveable Feast. Closed during World War II, it was reopened soon after and hasn't changed since.
Out the front, bookstands are set up around a pretty drinking fountain, while inside a vast collection of second-hand books can be read on comfortable sofas. Continue your literary journey by taking your purchased books to the nearby Le Procope restaurant, a famous former haunt of writers such as Volatire, Rousseau and Verlaine.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Balcony / terrace (some rooms)||Baby sitting|
|Swimming pool||Health club or gym|
|Internet (wireless)||Cable TV|
|In room safe||Room service|
|Telephone||Tea and coffee making facilities|
|Internet (common wireless)||Non-smoking|