Hotel Pas De Calais

59, Rue des Saint-Peres, 6th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75006, France
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Latin Quarter

by debika

any recommendations for truly special hotels in the latin quarter in Paris? Haven't had a weekend away with new husband since honeymoon so would like something special but not outrageously expensive...perhaps 4*?
Thanks very much

RE: Latin Quarter

by nygaston

I like:
Hotel de Suez, well located, with WIFI connection

Hotel de Suez
31 bd St Michel 75005 Paris
Tel .01 53 10 34 00

Hôtel Agora Saint Germain
42 r Bernardins 75005 Paris
Tel.01 46 34 13 00
fax : .01 46 34 75 05 EMail :

Hôtel Odéon
13 r St Sulpice 75006 Paris
Tel.01 43 25 70 11 EMail :

Hotel Pas de Calais
59 r Saints Pères 75006 Paris
Tel.01 45 48 78 74
fax : .01 45 44 94 57 EMail :

RE: Latin Quarter

by meheu

Try the Hotel Saint Paul, , it is a really nice 3 stars hotel located in the middle of the Latin Quarter. It is really niecly decorated with a typical parisian style, it is confortable. It is an ideal hotel for a romantic stay. The location is great, it is situated in a calm street so it not noisy at all.The staff was really nice with us. Prices are good for the area.
enjoy Paris

RE: Latin Quarter

by Sofia0412

Have a look at Hotel vendome Saint Germain, nice little hotel in the Latin Quarter, in the 45th to be more precise!It is only a 2 star hotel...but as you said you don't want to spend too much..maybe it can interest you because the location is really nice and lively!
Have a nice trip!

RE: Latin Quarter


Just returned from the Latin Quarter and stayed at a great 4* hotel off Blvd. St. Michel but on a quiet side street two blocks from the Lux. Gardens. If you are going in summer they have nice discounts and that's what I got. My room was beautiful, good size and had a Pantheon view. The hotel is Relais Saint Jacques and I recommend it. Ask for a Prestige room for a view. They seem to get booked up due to the specials.

RE: RE: Latin Quarter


By the way, I see you mentioned you would like to reserve a room in a 4* hotel but it shouldn't be 'outrageously expensive'. I don't know what you mean exactly by 'outrageously expensive', but just to let you know 4* hotels are very expensive. For example, my room rate during normal periods costs between 190 to 235 euros.

RE: RE: Latin Quarter

by debika

Thank you all for your recommendations!

Travel Tips for Paris

Visit the Tour Eiffel. Go at...

by RajWryt

Visit the Tour Eiffel. Go at 9AM and go directly to the third level. The tourist buses arrive shortly after and the elevators are crowded. Even Hitler didn't get to go to the third level.Probably afraid someone would push him off. I love the tour of the Seine on a sightseeing boat. This is inexpensive and delightful. Best if done at sunset for maximum romantic effect. Ile de la Cite is beautiful and I miss it the most.

If you have time and the...

by SusanneBeck

If you have time and the weather's not bad, try and take a boat trip down the Seine. It's a lovely experience and you get to learn a little more about Paris and what it has to offer. You even get to see the Cathedral of Notre Dame which is beautiful and looks just like it does in the story books. (see travelogue)

La Madeleine (Church)


This church was built initially to be a temple devoted to the Glory (for this reason, it is the only church to have a Napoleon painting).
But when the Bourbon went back on the throne, it was definitely transformed into a church. And it was inaugurated in 1842 as a church.
The parish around was inhabited by wealthy persons and it remains one of the most expensive district of Paris.
Look at the real estate frontwindow to check what I just tell.
Climb the stairs and have a look on rue Royale and in the far the Obelisk of place de la Concorde and the Parliament (Chambre des Députés). I have been working for 2 years in this district until my Company moved in the suburbs.
One week before the move I thought :"It's stupid, I am about to leave the area and I never visited the church".
So, at lunch time, I entered for the first time in La Madeleine.
Since this day, I came back several times though La Madeleine is far to be the most beautiful church of Paris.

Enjoy An Aperitif - To be Savored


Part of the absolute charm of being in Paris is the custom of enjoying an aperitif. You will see all Parisians doing this and you should take their cue and do the same.

Two types of aperitif are kir and pastis. Kir is made with a mixture of white wine and creme of cassis which is a black currant liqueur. It is pure heaven. To spike it champagne is added and then it's called a kir royal.

Pastis is an aniseed flavored drink. It's served alongside a glass of water and you mix them together. Usually it's about a 1:5 ratio (one part pastis to 5 parts water). The mixture will look milky hence it's nickname 'the milk of Provence'. Due to aniseed it is licorice flavored.

So order up one of the above and savor it slowly. It leads to the upcoming meal which is eaten slowly and itself savored. No rush at all when you're dining in Paris.

Boulangerie hunting

by 7h0rn

Yum! One of my favorite things about travel.. FOOD!! Paris is known for so many gastronomic feats that trying to tackle any one of them is going to be delicously impossible to finish.. but try, try we must. ;)

Litterally next door to our hotel was a very tiny bakery. One day we decided to stop in and see what they had (we actually missed the morning's open-air market and were disapointed to not have something to snack on). We quickly found a new friend who also shared our love of pastries and were gently asked to share. Needless to say it attracted a band of onlooking beggers and we had to run, run for our lives.


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 Hotel Pas De Calais

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Address: 59, Rue des Saint-Peres, 6th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75006, France