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Hotels near Luxembourg Gardens?

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As I've posted before, we will be in Paris at the end of June 2013. I currently have reservations at Hotel Le Relais Bosquet, but am now wondering if I should look into a hotel closer to Luxembourg Gardens. I'm a park person. I love Central park in New York, Lincoln Park in Chicago. It's a great place to catch some shade, rest a bit, and people watch. Would I be better off getting a hotel closer to the Luxembourg Gardens? Or does it really not matter where our hotel is as we'll be out and about all day anyways? I suppose if we start our days early and want to see the night lights in Paris, having our hotel in a convenient location to regroup and rest up is also probably a priority. Our friends who recommended Hotel Le Relais Bosquet made the observation that it's nice to be near Rue Cler to pick up dinner and take back to your room if it's been a long day, which also appeals to me.
Any opinions?
Thanks,
Laurie

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