Paris' Latin Quarter, known to Parisians as Le quartier Latin, is one Paris' oldest neighborhoods. Dating back to medieval times, this area gets its name from the language solely spoken between students and professor before the French Revolution. With its narrow and winding pathways, it’s no wonder that the Latin Quarter remains one of Paris' top tourist attractions. Today, it is a lively and young area due to its proximity to La Sorbonne: the historic French university attended by the likes of famous French author and poet Victor Hugo and Pope Benedict XVI.
- Henri IV Rive Gauche
With a fancy name like Henri IV Rive Gauche, you know you’re going to get your dollar’s worth! This boutique hotel offers the basics, like Wi-Fi and air conditioning, in a very simple and clean way. Its location in the Latin Quarter nestled amongst the Panthéon, Sorbonne, and Notre Dame, makes this hotel a must-stay location for seeing Paris.
- Hotel Parc Saint Séverin
This warm and charming hotel nestled on a winding side street of the old world of Paris in the Latin Quarter is a real lovers nook. Offering a multilingual staff, Hotel Parc Saint Séverin is sure to offer a warm, cozy, uncomplicated “Bienvenue à Paris” to anyone who crosses its threshold. Air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, and panoramic terrace views are a beneficial bundle of amenities as well.
- Hotel Le Notre Dame
Boasting individually decorated suites by French designer Christian Lacroix, who hails from Arles in the South of France, the same city that inspired many of Van Gogh's most famous paintings, and stunning views of Le Quartier Latin’s star Notre Dame de Paris, this hotel, appropriately named, has the vibe of a downtown boutique. Hotel Le Notre Dame is sure to invigorate your artistic senses and help you fall deeper in love with the fashion capital of the world.
- Hotel du Vieux Paris
A Parisian locale where many modern writers, artists, and musicians still come to be inspired, or even just take in the city around them, Hotel du Vieux Paris will welcome you with open arms. Many famous young artists of the BEAT generation, like poet Allen Ginsberg, stayed and dreamed at this hotel. Exposed support beams from the 15th century help maintain the warm, yet modern aura of this decorative Latin Quarter hotel and cafe staple.
- Hotel Les Dames du Panthéon
The Hotel Les Dames du Panthéon offers a family-friendly and simple, yet elegant way to stay in Paris’ renowned Latin Quarter. The Pantheon, one of Paris' main tourist attractions (which houses the remains of famous historical figures) is in very close proximity to the hotel that bears its name. There are plenty of affordable restaurants and shops, and Hotel Les Dames du Panthéon will give you a home base for seeing all that Paris has to offer. Climb to the terrace to take in a panoramic view of the rooftops of the city, as well as Sacré Coeur du Montmartre and, of course, the Pantheon.