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Paris hotel and neighborhood help

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Two adults and two teenagers will travel to Paris for a week long trip in the Spring. Trying to select a quad bed hotel in preferably the 6th and for us to be centrally located. Will only rent a room if it has beds- no sofa sleeping. Our price range for 7 nights is around 2000€. I don't want to rent an apartment this trip.

This is the first time we've been to Paris as a family so are experiencing it with new eyes.

I've searched and looked on sites like Booking dot com etc. and came up with the following hotels and would appreciate advice on if these are in decent locations with cafes, shops and other things to do in the immediate area. (I've checked them out on Google street view.). And how are the hotels themselves if you have experience with them? Have read Guenmais(?) post on left bank hotels.

We are coming from Orly and I see which metro lines are most convenient.

1. Hotel Belloy St. Germaine des Pres
4 Rue du Racine
Two adjoining rooms
Over our price range but includes breakfast

2. Les Fontaines du Luxembourg
4 rue de Vaugirard
Breakfast not included
Two adjoining rooms

3. Hotel du Cadran
10 rue Du Champ de Mars
Located in the 7th and close to Rue Cler but that's about it. A 20 min. Walk to Eiffel Tower.
2 twin beds/1 Queen

4. Hotel Marronnieres
Rue Jacob
Quickly read that this is a nice street.
Two adjoining rooms

Thank you and have a nice day!

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