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Relais Christine

At a Glance

    Pros

  • quiet address
  • close to the Latin Quarter action
  • historic character

    Cons

  • thin walls in some rooms
  • no on-site restaurant
  • a bit touristy

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Relais Christine Review

On a quiet street on the Left Bank, this exquisite hotel de charme dates back to the 13th century as a former abbey of the Grands-Augustins and has an impressive stone courtyard and interior garden. Spacious, well-appointed rooms offer a variety of classical and contemporary styles: Asian-theme wall fabrics, plain stripes, or rich aubergine finishes. Split-level lofts sleep up to five people, and several ground-level rooms with private patios open onto a lush garden.

    Hotel Details

  • 33 rooms, 18 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-19-2014

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    Perfect Place for Romantic Stay

    We just got back from a six night stay at the Relais Christine for our 5th wedding anniversary, and absolutely loved our stay. It's a small boutique hotel, and we had a duplex room so we felt like we had a mini-apartment for the week. Plus the hotel is in a great neighborhood - St Germain Des Pres - artsy, lots of top restaurants and not touristy. It's less than 2 blocks to the Seine and a 10 minute walk to Notre Dame and less than 20 minute walk to the Louvre. The front desk was especially helpful and quickly turned around our requests -- from driver to Versaille and restaurant reservations. All their recommendations were excellent. Our room was large, bed very comfortable and I miss the long/deep bath tub! We really enjoyed the city and people of Paris and plan to go back soon, and when we do, will definitely stay back here.

    by csickles, 2/21/07

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