Le Relais Saint-Germain Paris

9, Carrefour de l'Odéon, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75006, France
Hotel Relais Saint-Germain
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Great brasserie

by fgfi about Le Comptoir du Relais

Saint Germain area, a few steps from the metro station, this lovely brasserie will definitely make you happy.
The tewnty and something tables are always full. The décor is classic French, and the service is super warm and nice.
Lots of meat dishes, but you will also find some very interesting fish and vegetables proposals. Great desserts, cheeses (of course we are in france), and a buzzling atmosphere!
The chef is quite famous. His name is Yves Camdeborde.


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Left Bank Hotel Question

by mishgrl

Trying to decide between 2 hotels. Already read Tripadvisor reviews, but wondering if anyone here has any recent experience with either of these hotels and could give me input. Hotel D'Aubusson or Hotel Relais Saint Germain. Leaning towards the Relais, so especially would love to hear from anyone who has stayed there. Is it as nice as it looks? Thanks for any input.

Re: Left Bank Hotel Question

by Beausoleil

I hope someone answers you, but until they do, the locations of both are wonderful. They are great areas with, perhaps, the Relais being in a more lively area and closer to the Metro. Our favorite breakfast boulangerie is right around the corner. If you have a chance, visit Paul's Boulangerie at the corner of rue de Buci and rue de Seine; best hot chocolate in the world. There is a street market there too if you need to pick up any fruits or picnic supplies.

We usually stay at the Hotel Clement a couple blocks from the Relais and across the street from the St. Germain Market so know the area well. There are many really nice restaurants in the area, lots of shops and you can walk nearly everyplace a tourist would want to see.

I don't think you can go wrong with your choice so enjoy Paris.

Travel Tips for Paris


by hevbell

Paris is a fascinating city just to walk around in, with lots of little backstreets and interesting squares. This one is the Place de Tertre in Montmartre. It pays to take some time just to stroll around in between rushing from one major sight to the next :)

The pigeon lovers...

by kris-t

Honestly we expected to see much more pigeons in Paris. We had stereotype "Paris, the city of love, lights, cafes, and… pigeons"...

Later we found out that "Paris is installing pigeon lofts throughout the city in its latest attempt to control the population of the birds that leave their droppings on the French capital's monuments."

Sounds like they don't want to eliminate pigeons from the city, just to control their population. Even some people see them as a "Public Enemy Number One". The city authorities say the birds are invading the city and their population is growing too fast.

Any how it's a part of Paris charm and the postal history (for example: the pigeon post was in operation during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-1871).

Locals feed them and woun't give up their pets.

Feeding pigeons is illegal in France. "Pigeons gather in places where they find food: parks and gardens. But these are also places where people who fancy pigeons come to feed them. To combat this, the municipality tracks down people who feed them, so well in fact that the pigeon feeders have to come at night. They have to act quickly so they are not seen, and they leave all the food in the same spot. That’s why the pigeons always come back to the same spots."

Parisians i found were normal...

by nodbek

Parisians i found were normal people, stylish of course with individuality. An effort made to speak french is always helpful. I remember watching a french beggar(a girl) near the eiffel, asking some spanish group of young boys and girls some money. Well the spaniards gave her chips,sandwiches and water saying eauf! but she immediately corrected them with the correct pronounciation of eaux! One has to realize The factor of rudeness depends on your atitude as well. There was guy walking along, as he saw me studying the map, he helped me out. I asked people for directions and had no problem. In front of the louvre there was a guy trying to snap a polaroid of me and my wife, so i said uhhnnn! and he started saying unnhh uhh uhh! so i played along! French rudeness is just a hype by the americans. Although you might get a serving of rudeness if you walk into some shops on the champs elysee like cartier,Dior,Arpels, and look at the $30,000 piaget watch. But who wants to go there! Just be cool and stylish!

Good street musicians

by Robin922

While street musicians are somewhat common in cities, I found these people to be a bit different and very enjoyable. Everyone was smiling and tapping their toes.

I don’t know their schedule, however caught them on playing on a Sunday afternoon in front of Notre Dame.

Just another one of those enjoyable things that you won’t find on any tourist map.


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 Le Relais Saint-Germain Paris

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Relais St Germain
Le Relais Saint Germain Paris

Address: 9, Carrefour de l'Odéon, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75006, France