Historic, boutique hotels tucked away in the quiet streets of the Rive Gauche become our abode….

There’s no better way to immerse oneself in the events of the Revolution than to stay in the ancient heart of the city. That is exactly why our lodging is tucked away in the very streets that witnessed the epic struggle. Just a short walk from many of the monuments and sights we will be visiting, these beautifully renovated, impeccably maintained properties are the epitome of Parisian charm and character. Each is unique, but both offer a superior level of comfort combined with unparalleled historic atmosphere.

Hotel Saint-Paul
A residence dating from the end of the 17th century, Hotel Saint-Paul is ideally situated in the 6th arrondissement of Paris in the rue Monsieur le Prince. This historic thoroughfare is named after the Prince de Condé, a cousin of Louis the XIV. For almost four centuries the hotel’s walls have breathed the very spirit of the Latin Quarter situated as it is between the Sorbonne and the Luxembourg gardens near numerous monuments and museums and just a short walk from the vibrant San Michel. It is owned by the 4th generation of the same family of hoteliers who strive to maintain the high standards of this historic dwelling.

Hotel Le Clos Medicis
In the heart of the Latin Quarter, overlooking the Luxembourg Gardens, this hotel was the former residence of the famous Medici family. Built in 1773, it has been beautifully renovated and offers a charming, distinctly Parisian welcome to its fortunate residents. The hotel is located just a few steps from the Sorbonne and the Pantheon. It is a short stroll to the Seine and the shops and restaurants of Saint Michel and Saint Germain. Each of its quite guest rooms offers refined comfort. The hotel’s salon is furnished with antiques and has a lovely fireplace where guests can sit and read or have a drink. An ancient courtyard offers a tranquil respite from the day’s activities.

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