small Paris hotel 6 or 7 Arr

Old Dec 1st, 2015, 11:25 AM
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small Paris hotel 6 or 7 Arr

Three days in Paris in September before heading down to Provence. Any recommendations for small hotels in 6 or 7th arrondissement ?
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Old Dec 1st, 2015, 11:33 AM
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I highly recommend Relais Christine in the 6th, close to the 5th. Have stayed there twice in the last two years. It's on a quiet lane off of Rue Dauphne, very close to the Seine (Pont Neuf), walking distance to Notre Dame, the Louvre and just a block from St Germain Blvd. Lots of good restaurants nearby.
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By small, I understand small, clean and not expensive.
If it corresponds, here some recommendations :

Paix (hotel de la) 19 Rue du Gros Caillou 7e
Chopin passage Jouffroy 6e
Clément 6e
Lys (hotel du) Rue Serpente 6e
Tourisme Avenue (hotel) 66 Avenue de la Motte-Picquet 7e

Chopin is very small, very charmin in a small 'passage couvert' (an alley inside buidings).
Clément is superbly situated and quite nice..
Lys is very old and 'à colombages'...
Tourisme is just outside La Motte Grenelle Métro station.
Hotel de la paix was the cheapest of those. Less than 100 €.

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Old Dec 1st, 2015, 12:40 PM
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We have stayed at Hôtel de Fleurie several times . . near the Odeon Metro

http://www.hotel-de-fleurie.fr/en/#/hotel-paris-odeon
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Chopin is very small, very charmin in a small 'passage couvert' (an alley inside buidings).

All true except that the Hotel Chopin is in the 9th, a good distance from the 6th and even farther from the 7th. Otherwise it´s a great suggestion if that is what the OP wants.

Unless the OP decides to give some guidance on his budget window, making all of these suggestions could prove fruitless.
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Old Dec 1st, 2015, 01:29 PM
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Muguet in the 7th.
http://www.hotelparismuguet.com/en/
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Old Dec 1st, 2015, 01:36 PM
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7th- Hotel7Eiffel on rue Amelie
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Old Dec 1st, 2015, 03:17 PM
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Hotel D'Aubusson on rue danube, around the corner from Relais Christine. Have stayed at both, but prefer the D'Aubusson.
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Agree with Fleurie. Also Louis II near the Odeon Metro or Le Relais St Germain. It would help to know your price range.
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Old Dec 1st, 2015, 06:52 PM
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Hotel Saint Vincent-6th
BW Au Manoir St. Germain-6th
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Old Dec 1st, 2015, 06:54 PM
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Relais St. Germain-6th
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Old Dec 1st, 2015, 08:18 PM
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Chopin is indeed in the 9th...
Thanks, Sarastro.
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Hotel de L'Empereur is well-positioned, nicely renovated and reasonably priced in the 7th. I've stayed there many times, and it is consistently good. I also like its sister hotel, the Muguet, as mentioned above (which can be slightly dearer).
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Both in the 7th, on the same street. I like this part of the 7th, as it is closer to the boundary of the 6th than to the Eiffel Tower.

Hotel de Varenne

Hotel du Palais Bourbon

The Varenne has one room with a Eiffel Tower view and the Palais Bourbon has a top floor room that is romantic and charming.
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Old Dec 2nd, 2015, 02:06 AM
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Hotel Muguet--near rue Cler, many many good restaurants, 4 bus routes and 2 Metro stops--all nearby.
And a view of the Eiffel Tower from some rooms.
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I will be staying at the Hotel Le Walt in the 7th for the fourth time starting Dec.20 for three weeks...metro entrance practically right outside the door and many bus options. I have stayed at the Muguet many times, but had trouble getting an answer to email reservation requests. Both hotels are excellent with easy access to restaurants and cafes and both have pleasant and helpful staffs. The Bourdonnais is in the same group as the Le Walt and is very nice as well.....Vicki
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Old Dec 3rd, 2015, 03:19 AM
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Thanks to everyone for all their input. We will look for a place in a moderate price range but realize that it is after all, Paris. Proximity to the Metro was useful on prior trips.
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We are staying at the Relais Bosquet in March for 9 nights. I got a great rate through Instagram. I haven't stayed at a hotel in years inParis so I'm looking forward to it.
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We will look for a place in a moderate price range but realize that it is after all, Paris. Proximity to the Metro was useful on prior trips.

Do not assume Paris to be so expensive. I have said many times I can eat better and cheaper in Paris than in my home town and the same is true of hotels.
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If I can add one more to the mix, the Bourgogne et Montana. A lovely little hotel that was renovated about a year ago. Stylish yet comfortable. Elegant and welcoming.
http://www.bourgogne-montana.com/
location info: http://www.bourgogne-montana.com/neighborhood/access

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Rev...de_France.html
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