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Located 1640 feet from the Panthéon and 1969 feet from Luxembourg Garden, Paris 5 des murs chargés d'histoire offers accommodations in Paris. The apartment is located in a 18th century building.
Hôtel Le Relais is in a 17th-century house and located just a 5-minute walk from Saint-Germain-des-Près Metro Station. This elegant hotel has luxury rooms with a minibar and an LCD TV.
In the Latin Quarter, this 4-star hotel is just over a quarter mile from Notre Dame Cathedral. It offers free Wi-Fi access in the soundproof guest rooms and has a 24-hour front desk.
Loft Saint-Michel is a 3-bedroom apartment located in Paris, less than a 10-minute walk from Noter-Dame Cathedral and Place Saint-Michel.
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, Hotel le Lapin Blanc is in the lively 5th district, across from the Middle Ages National Museum.
Located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, in Paris’s lively 5th arrondissement is Select Hotel. Noter Dame Cathedral is 2953 feet away.
I'm hoping to come again during the low season (October or November). They say autumn is beautiful in Paris, and there are much fewer people on the streets. Winter would also be a nice idea, provided you avoid Christmas holidays. If you have to come in the summer, walk in the highbrow Quartier Latin - there are only occasional tourists over there; you won't even notice them in most of the cases. Otherwise, you might choose other quiet streets outside the very center of the city: the architecture is no less interesting there, but not too many tourists know that!
We walked everywhere, only using the metro to get to and from our hotel with luggage. Just wander and let yourself literally get lost, particularly in the little streets of Montmartre, the Latin Quarter and Saint Germain. You could have a small map on you just in case but you'll hardly need it, as there are so many landmarks to help you work out where you are and which direction to go in. Mornings are the quietest time in my experience to just walk around.
Try smaller cafes and bistros around The Sorbonne or side streets in the Latin Quarter off Blvd Saint Michelle
There is such a variety of restaurants; prices range from very expensive to very affordable. For example, the two of us recently had dinner at a small restaurant in the Latin Quarter that featured a three-course meal for 19.50 Euros (and it was very good).
Head to the Latin Quarter on an evening for great budget food
Loved batobus trip at night. Saw salsa/waltzing/greek dancing on the banks of the Seine .. Fab! Also recommend the Latin Quarter for variety of restaurants, music and fun.