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Paris - which hotel has the best location?

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I'm going to Paris for the 1st time in 2 weeks and I found some options within my budget but can't decide which hotel to book and I'm in a hurry. I'll be visiting all the big sights, but want a hotel in a place with some night life (places to eat and drink something after all touristy activities), in a safe area, near the main attractions and metro stations.

These are my options:
1) Holiday Inn Paris - St. Garmain De Pres at 92 Rue de Vaugirard
2) Mercure Paris Notre Dame Saint Germain des Prés at 20 Rue Du Sommerard
3) Hotel Design Sorbonne at 6 Rue Victor Cousin
4) Hotel Les Bulles de Paris at 32 Rue Des Ecoles

Any reason why any of these places (even though the last 3 are fairly close to one another) is better located than the other?

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