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Updates on Left Bank Hotels?

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I have painstakingly researched (and appreciate) the Left Bank hotel thread that Guinmai has spent valuable time originating and contributing to, for a three night stay in Paris prior to a French Waterways river cruise this October. I know it's early days for planning this far ahead, but that's just me and my travel dreaming as regards my favorite city in the world. Wonder if there might be anything new/updates to this listing that would be helpful in offering more choice. $200-250 US is my comfort zone price-wise and I prefer the 6th. Would Hotel Clement continue to be regarded as a good choice? Thank you for any guidance with this!

BTW, last October I spent three nights at the Novotel Montparnesse on Concontin prior to a tour of Provence and it was a hefty walk to the St. Germain area with my wonky knees. Also, traveled with family to Paris again in early June, staying at The Victoria Palace just off Rue de Rennes, which was wonderful but a bit pricey and still not as close to Blvd. St. Germain as I would like.

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