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Touristy Area of Paris

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I am looking for a hotel in Paris that will be convenient to experience all of the typical tourist sights. We are in our late 20's and want somewhere lively, but not too loud. We enjoy walking around and people watching, but want to be convenient to the Metro so we can see all of the sights. We will be staying for 4 nights and want to take in as much of Paris as possible (I know, that's a tall order).

I came across the Hotel D'Albe which seems to be in the heart of the Latin Quarter, but other reviews have said it is TOO touristy. I have also done some research on Hotel Le Six, Hotel Le Petit Paris, Hotel Lutetia and Chateau Frontenac. Our budget is as close to $250/night as possible.

Any recommendations for neighborhoods or specific hotels would be much appreciated!!

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