Hotel des Nations Saint Germain (5th)
You will find Hotel des Nations Saint-Germain, halfway between the narrow streets of the attractive Mouffetard neighborhood and the shady paths of the Jardin des Plantes, home to the various departments of the National Museum of Natural History. The Hotel des Nations Saint-Germain is established in a quarter where past, present and future are side by side: the past through the many buildings and institutions of yesteryear, the present through its incessantly lively heartbeat and the future because its students will go on to shape tomorrow's world... Universities and prestigious colleges, a historical library and specialized bookstores, small shops, bars and international restaurants abound in happy contrast all around the hotel. Its exceptional location offers you the best of Paris : the Rue Mouffetard and its numerous restaurants, the Boulevard Saint Germain with its boutiques and sidewalk cafés as well as the Ile de la Cité so dear to Quasimodo and Esmeralda.
You will arrive in the foyer, which leads to Reception, opposite which is a very pleasant lounge with armchairs and a fireplace. The lounge also has a desk and computer with Internet connection and the entire hotel is equipped with Free WiFi
The Hotel des Nations Saint-Germain has a brand new lease on life after several months of work and offers all the services and comfort to guarantee a memorable stay. The hotel has 38 non-smoking rooms, arranged over 6 floors, all air-conditioned and with a view over the courtyard or the street. Four of the rooms are on the ground floor in a small separate courtyard; they are two person doubles or twins. There are :
- 5 Single Rooms
- 22 Double Rooms with double bed
- 11 Twin Bedded Rooms
A breakfast buffet is served in the breakfast room from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. A continental breakfast can be served directly in your room between 8.00 a.m. and 10.00 a.m.
From the arenas of Lutece to the College of Sciences, from the Pantheon to the "Montagne Ste Genevieve", from Notre-Dame to "La Mouffe" with its timeless neighborhood market place...the Latin Quarter has no secrets for its friends and admirers: its origins, its culture and its picturesque displays of Paris.