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Paris Budget Hotel-Sept 2013 (Single; 100 Euros/night)

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Hi, Fodorites.

I feel as if I'm getting a late start on this but hoping Paris-Lovers can help.

Been to Paris twice several years ago, but returning for 4 days/3 nights from London (in to Gare du Nord station)

Would like reccos on Paris hotels for a single woman for around 100 euros a night. Would need a private bath. B'fast not necessary. Not wanting a small hotel; more mid-size (30 + rooms) in case I have issues with noise, etc.

In the Latin QUarter, I'm looking at the
Hotel du College de France
7 rue thenard, 75005 Paris, France (Panthéon)

Near this subway:
Maubert Mutualité (line 10) or Saint-Michel / Cluny la Sorbonne (lines 10, RER C and B)

Am able bodied. Have been to Paris twice before and stayed in the Latin Quarter and this area seemed quite nice, but it's been at least 5 or 6 years. I recall loving the walk around the Marais and Montmarte, so wouldn't be averse to staying in these areas, too.

Many thanks in advance for your thoughts.

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