Finding accommodation in Paris depends on location. Indeed, the location is the key element of your stay: nearby transport, shops, right bank or left bank, restaurants, … So many points that must be determined before booking. To the following request: “Hotel Latin Quarter Paris”, the Welcome Hotel responds in all respects. Although located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, it is on the border of the Latin Quarter. This offers the possibility of visiting both Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter. What more ?!
Welcome Hotel Latin Quarter Paris : what to do around the hotel ?
Walk in the Latin Quarter
The Latin Quarter straddles the 5th arrondissement and the 6th arrondissement. Leaving the hotel, it will only take you a few minutes to reach the main sites of the Latin Quarter: the Saint-Michel district and its famous Caveau de la Huchette, the College of France, the Sorbonne, a renowned university world… Strolling through the Latin Quarter is like reliving old Paris. Stroll through the alleys like Rue des Fossés Saint-Jacques, cross Place de l’Estrapade, have a drink on the terrace Place de la Contrescarpe, and walk down the vibrant Rue Mouffetard. Who doesn’t know the famous rue Mouffetard?! Consider stopping at one of the bakeries on the street, they are all delicious! A few minutes from the Welcome Hotel, you will appreciate the English-language Shakespeare & Company bookshop, near Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral, and its new café.
Visit the Latin Quarter
Beautiful visits await you in the Latin Quarter, the student and historic quarter. The Cluny Museum, on boulevard Saint-Michel, this 13th century private mansion dedicated to the Middle Ages is quite exceptional. Be aware, however, that long works force him to restrict access to certain rooms. The Panthéon, which dominates rue Soufflot and below the Jardin du Luxembourg, is as impressive inside as it is outside. Its superb dome and its pendulum, its models and its paintings, and of course its crypt in honor of Great Men and Great Women! The Arènes de Lutèce are a great discovery since they were built in the 1st century! We strongly advise you to take a walk there.
Unmissable curiosity for the 4th arrondissement, the Paris Opera, the Institute of the Arab World or the Arc de Triomphe? The Welcome Hotel allows you to access the Latin Quarter but also simply and quickly to all the tourist sites.
Fancy a day of shopping? Meet at rue de Rennes, boulevard Saint-Michel, in the Marais (4th arrondissement) or at Les Halles.
Welcome Hotel Paris, comfort and wonderful value near the Latin Quarter
At the corner of rue de Seine and boulevard Saint-Germain on the edge of the Latin Quarter and Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Welcome Hotel is a small 2-star hotel with an ideal geographical location and value for money / incomparable price in the neighborhood. Local shops are a few meters walk from our establishment. The privileged welcome of its receptionists and the joyful atmosphere that reigns in the hotel are now legendary. And the loyalty of our customers is a great reward for the whole team. After a great day of sightseeing, you will appreciate a break in our reception hall.
Rooms and services at Welcome Hotel Paris
The shimmering tones, Parisian interior decoration and the warm atmosphere of the rooms extend the comfort of the entrance hall. You will appreciate their calm and cozy atmosphere after a hard day pounding the Parisian pavement. All rooms are equipped with:
- Free wifi
- Private bathrooms with hairdryer and welcome products
- Individual air conditioning
- Courtesy tray with tea and coffee
- Blackout curtains
- Flat screen satellite TV
- Double-glazed window…
Superior, classic, deluxe or single rooms, there is a room for every traveler. All of them offer a very Parisian view of the Haussmann buildings of the district, as the hotel does not have an interior courtyard. Almost a small apartment, La Parisienne is a modern, Deluxe room, which has a superb private bathroom with hip bath, shower, modern decoration and a desk area.
Perhaps not a luxury hotel, but the services are of high quality (wake-up service, laundry service, concierge, etc.). The reception, open 24 hours a day, is always available to answer your questions. How to get to Disneyland Paris? Choose a film in the small independent cinemas of the 5th arrondissement of Paris? What are the limits of the Latin Quarter? Are there facilities nearby for doing sports? Or where is the RER Saint Michel? Our staff welcomes you and answers you in a warm atmosphere day and night.
Breakfast in the center of Paris
To have a good day, there’s nothing like a good breakfast. A sweet and savory buffet welcomes you every day between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. The breakfast room, recently renovated, offers a cozy and intimate atmosphere. On the menu :
- Hot drink (coffee, tea, chocolate, cappuccino, macchiato, …)
- Orange juice
- Boiled eggs
- Bread, pastries
- Cherry tomatoes and fresh fruit
- Yoghurts, …
A continental breakfast can be served in your room on request. What happiness a new day begins with breakfast in bed! After that, get up and turn to Paris.
Rates and special offers at Welcome Hotel Paris
Our small hotel of 29 rooms with bathroom offers three different rates, all available on a formula with breakfast included.
- The best flexible rate with free cancellation until 2 p.m. on the day of arrival.
- The semi-flexible rate with free cancellation up to 7 days before arrival.
- The long-stay rate, from 3 nights, with free cancellation up to 7 days before arrival.
Hotel Latin Quarter Paris : how to come to our hotel?
The Welcome Hotel Paris is located in the immediate vicinity of the unmissable sites of the city. It is also very simple and quick to reach it from train stations and airports since it enjoys a central location. It is the perfect place for long or short stays near the Latin Quarter.
Coming to the Welcome Hotel from the airport
Public transport is plentiful in Paris and metro stations or bus stops too. To reach the Welcome Hotel from the airports, here are the transport options available:
- RER B to Saint-Michel Notre-Dame, then walk to the hotel (10 – 12 minutes on foot) or metro line 4 to Odéon metro station.
- 58 euros from CDG airport
- 32 euros from Paris Orly airport
Coming to the Welcome Hotel from a train station
Bus and metro lines will quickly take you to the hotel:
- From Gare d’Austerlitz: metro line 10 towards Boulogne, stop Odéon or Mabillon (10 minutes)
- From Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est: line 4 towards Bagneux – Lucie Aubrac, stop Odéon (about 15 minutes)
- From Gare Montparnasse: line 4 towards Porte de Clignancourt, stop Odéon (8 minutes)
- From Gare de Lyon: bus 63 towards Porte de la Muette, Saint-Germain Odéon stop (about 20 minutes)
Coming to the Welcome Hotel by car
It is more and more complicated to travel by car in the capital, particularly towards the Latin Quarter and Saint-Germain-des-Prés, but it is not impossible. The ideal is to drop off your suitcases at the hotel, then park your car in an underground car park right next door. The Mazarine car park, rue Mazarine, or the Saint-Germain Market car park are only a 5-minute walk away.
Parc des expositions or Paris Nord Villepinte
Whether you come for a World Cup in Paris Nord Villepinte, a trade show at the Parc des Expositions or a concert at the Parc des Princes, find your itinerary and you will see that the Welcome Hotel is an ideal location!
Metro line 12 takes you directly to the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Center and RER B takes you to Paris airports and Paris Nord Villepinte.
Book the Welcome Hotel Paris now as your base for your next Parisian escapades, a perfect setting in a historic district of the capital. A magical stay awaits you in one of the most popular Parisian districts between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter.