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  • Relais du Louvre, Paris

    ‘Well placed for visits to central Paris’, this 18th-century building is where Puccini set La Bohème. ‘Quietly elegant’, it is in a small street opposite the Louvre, by


  • Hotel Le Sainte-Beuve, Paris

    This 'agreeable’ small hotel is located in a quiet street at the northwest end of Jardin du Luxembourg (two minutes' walk away) and near St-Sulpice and Montparnasse. It is owned and managed by


  • Hotel de la Place des Vosges, Paris

    Located in the Marais, on a one-way street two minutes’ walk from Place des Vosges, is this former stable for mules of Henry IV, now an ‘attractive, honest, reasonable’ family-run


  • Hotel Pratic , Paris

    ‘Wonderfully located’ in the Marais, this inexpensive hotel overlooks the lively Place du Marché-Ste-Catherine. The 19th-century building has a charming wood-beamed lobby, where


  • Hotel de l'Universite, Paris

    Formerly a Benedictine convent, this ‘civilised’ little Left Bank hotel underwent extensive renovations in 2011 and is now smart and modern, although traces of its past remain with


  • Hotel Verneuil, Paris

    ‘Small and personal, with attentive staff’, this B&B hotel is in a quiet street in St-Germain-des-Prés: ‘A lovely location, close to shops and the local market,’


  • Hotel de Varenne , Paris

    Close to the Invalides and the Rodin museum with its fascinating garden, this former hôtel particulier's owner, Jean-Marc Pommier, who is much in evidence, has extensively decorated in Louis XVI


  • Hotel Tilsitt Etoile, Paris

    Liked for ‘peace, comfort, reasonable rates and accessibility’ is this hotel on a quiet side side street near Étoile, part of a group of four small hotels. 'Decor is artistic yet


  • Hotel Duc de Saint-Simon, Paris

    ‘Full of character, delightfully decorated and a haven of peace’: this 18th-century mansion is in a side street off Boulevard St-Germain. It has old beams, rough stone walls, tiles,


  • Hotel de Fleurie, Paris

    Owned and run by the Marolleau family, this well-restored 18th-century building is in a narrow street, full of cheap restaurants, near St-Germain-des-Prés. It was liked again by visitors on