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Family Suite--Quad Room--Connecting Rooms for Final Paris Hotel Night

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I'm putting the challenge out to you well-traveled Paris experts....

I am looking for more recent hotel recommendations for a family or quad room for our family (2 adults / 2 children). Or a place that will guarantee adjoining rooms. (Not all can do that.)

I do not want to say "price is no object," but I am willing to pay a little more for ambiance or space or location. So price isn't the first requirement. I'd say good beds, a good location for our family (6th, 7th, or on the Iles), and most importantly:

a room that can be configured to sleep 4

Whether's it's a 2 queens, or double with a couple rollaway cots or pull out couches for the kids, or 2 adjoining rooms that share a door. (And I don't mean next door, they would need to share a door and open to the other room because our kids are little.)

I realize this limits my choices to maybe only a handful of hotels. I'm open to suggestions all over paris, but our favorite neighborhoods include the 6th (around the Buci Market or up by Luxembourg gardens), in the 7th near the Champs de Mars, or on the Iles.

If we decide to take the RER to CDG that focuses us in around the St Michel or Luxembourg RER stations, but we will most likely take a taxi, so any location in Paris would work if it felt right.

Thanks for your ideas!

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