Beautiful little Boutique hotel in a great location for everything in Paris. Walkable to the Louvre and all the great attractions.
Decor was very nice. Great location! Didn’t like that you needed to use stairs to get to reception and elevator. Very difficult to use stairs with luggage.
Ideal location in the middle of the city near Notre Dame and shopping and restaurants. Staff was helpful and friendly. Balcony room was great.
The hospitality was top-notch. Will was wonderful about us arriving very early for check-in, stored our luggage allowing us to eat and explore, and prioritizing preparing the room. We were able to get into the room after a short and delicious lunch at Cafe Latin on the corner. All the staff was friendly ...
Great location in the St. Germain area. Friendly hotel. easy to get to shops and restaurants and tourist areas by foot or uber
I like the small cozy feel of the property- it’s warm and inviting
Location and room was perfect. We had no bed sheet on the bed only a heavy comforter, and the air conditioning was kept off during our stay. When we called multiple times they told us they didn’t have any sheets.
Our first time in Paris with a remarkable start with this hotel. A beautiful, boutique hotel in an excellent location, close to great food and landmarks. The staff at Bel Ami were impeccable. They excelled at customer service from arrival to departure and every step in between. The espresso and croissants ...
Great area, great vibe, nice people. Very comfortable and clean
One of the richest areas for any tourist in the French capital, the 6th arrondissement is home to many of the sites that make Paris such a world-class destination. From the bohemian Saint-Germain-des-Prés quarter to the stunning Jardin du Luxembourg in the grounds of the French Senate at Luxembourg Palace, the 6th arrondissement is Paris at its most Parisian.
Named for the Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the oldest Church in Paris, the area is found on the left bank of the River Seine. This evocative and atmospheric region of the French capital is a must-visit location for anyone. Known as the hub for Paris’ literary and intellectual elite, you can still visit the cafes such as Les Deux Magots and Café de Flore that were frequented by noted French thinkers like Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone De Beauvoir in the 1940s and 1950s.
The areas of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Luxembourg are brimming with restaurants and cafes to discover, as well as multiple charmingly narrow streets to explore on your trip to Paris. Take advantage of Expedia’s handy and easy-to-use search tool to find the right room for your stay. Start planning your holiday to the French capital today.
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