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HÔTEL SAINTE-BEUVE

Welcome to the heart of Paris

Welcome to the heart of Paris

Tucked away on a small street on the Rive Gauche the Hôtel Sainte-Beuve, a magnificent “home from home” in which to rest after a walk through central Paris, is an address that has remained secret for several decades.


With its charm and unique atmosphere, Boutique Hôtel Sainte-Beuve is situated in the heart of the authentic Parisian 6th arrondissement, a stone’s throw from the Jardin du Luxembourg and Boulevard Saint Germain

GERALD R.
If you desire a large hotel with lots of guests, this is not it. Instead, the smaller size of Hotel Sainte-Beuve, and the attentive staff make you feel at home. Numerous excellent restaurants within walking distance. And for getting around the cit...
Mary S.
I liked the hotel very much. I would have liked the staff to be a bit more friendly and proactive in offering to make the stay better but they were on the whole very nice. Also would like mee light integer room. ,too dim. Otherwise wonderful location...
DAMIEN G.
This was my fourth stay in this boutique hotel near the Jardins du Luxembourg; the small size of the hotel and personalized service makes you feel home in Paris; it's elegant but very cosy at the same time; comfortable just as you want it to be; mode...
JANE O.
I have stayed here for over 20 years and have never been disappointed. Location of hotel, courteous and knowledgeable staff, warm and inviting lobby, very clean rooms, all-roind terrific experience on each visit. Would never stay anywhere else in Par...
MICHEL N.
Du vrai bonheur dans cet hôtel si chaleureux et accueillant.
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