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I've been online for a few days researching hotels. The Clement is often recommended here, but someone on Trip Advisor submitted a very negative review recently. I've considered Bonaparte but many reviewers claim it is "shabby." I've also considered "Invalides" near Rue Cler and Eiffel, but it's just not centrally located enough.

So I'm back to looking at the St. Germain area, as I would like a hotel in easy walking distance of St. Sulspice, Orsay, Rodin, Cluny, Notre Dame, and boutique shopping.

My budget is up to $200 per night. I'm staying 4 nights, so need to keep it reasonable. I may have to pay a little more to get what I want, though.

Any suggestions?

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