The Best Hotels in Paris –
Latin Quarter

Cobblestone Streets, the Sorbonne &
the Dome of the Pantheon...

Hotels in Paris' Latin Quarter. This is the historic 5th Arrondissement, one of the oldest and most delightful neighborhoods in Paris.

Paris Design Hotels

Home of the Sorbonne, the Latin Quarter is named after the original scholars at the university, where the language of discoures and courses was Latin.

Today many famous attractions are found in the arrondissement: from the Pantheon to the Cluny Museum, from the markets on Rue Mouffetard to the zoo at Jardin des Plantes. And the Latin Quarter (the 5th Arrondissement) borders on even more famous sites: Jardin du Luxembourg, Notre Dame, Saint-Germain-de-Pres.

Here you'll find some of our top recommended hotels in the Latin Quarter, based on travelers' comments and reviews, proximity to Metro, and overall charm.

You'll find links to more reviews of each hotel, as well as a quote from an actual traveler who stayed at the hotel. And for all the hotels in Latin Quarter we've included a link to Booking.com, where we always find the best online rates.

Paris Insiders Tip

In France, all hotels are rated from one to five stars by the public tourist board using criteria including room size, bathroom design, and whether there is an elevator or a phone in the room. The French system does not consider hotel design, comfort or quality of service. However, the stars we use are based on third-party ratings, such as TripAdvisor, our own experience, and traveler reviews.

Hotel des Grand Hommes

Hotels in Paris Latin Quarter

Hotel des Grands Hommes

star star star
5th Arrondissement
Latin Quarter
Metro: Cardinal Lemoine, Cluny-La Sorbonne

You won't go wrong with this popular Latin Quarter hotel. The location is fantastic – right in front of the Pantheon on the place. In fact, the hotel is named after the famous French men (and two women) who are buried in this monument.

It's close to so many famous places: Jardin du Luxembourg is just down the hill, Rue Mouffetard (the market street) is just around the corner, and the famous English-language bookstore, Shakespeare and Company, is only nine minutes away on foot.

Travelers can't seem to get enough of this winning Paris hotel.

The Five Hotel

"New concept in the City of Romance"

The Five Hotel

star star star    
5th Arrondissement
Latin Quarter
Metro: Gobelins

This amazing romantic design hotel is known for its floating beds and… well, its amazing design.

The staff is attentive and ready to answer all questions. Travelers have called the hotel "cute, romantic with great bedding" and "kind, quite and elegant".

If you're looking to start, continue or rekindle a romance in Paris, this is the hotel you want. The Five Hotel was a Travellers' Choice 2012 Winner.

Mercure Paris La Sorbonne

"Perfect in every way"

Mercure Paris La Sorbonne

star star star
5th Arrondissement
Latin Quarter
Metro: Cluny-La Sorbonne

Located smack dab between Jardin du Luxembourg and the Cluny Museum (the National Museum of the Middle Ages), and a five-minute walk to each, this hotel features air-conditioned rooms, rare for Paris!

An easy walk from Metro Cluny-La Sorbonne gets you to this serene hotel. Despite being in one of the most bustling neighborhoods of Paris, this hotel is on a quiet street and perfect for restful sleeps.

line

Paris Hotel Quick Links

Seven Hotel Paris

"Awesome hotel, has the 'wow' factor"

Seven Hotel Paris

star star star
5th Arrondissement
Latin Quarter
Metro: Les Gobelins

Located on an unexpected little street a bit farther out in the 5th, this revamped hotel shouts out Trendy Design. Consider, for instance, the Levitation rooms, with seemingly suspended beds and fiber optics lighting.

Each of the hotel's room and suites are cleverly designed around a theme: Alice, 007, Suspended Bath. And each one is a bit of ultimate design experience. If you're in the mood for romance, check in to the Marie Antoinette Suite with a canopy bed, a boudoir and clawfoot tub and shower.

Hotel du Pantheon

"Great Parisian hotel in fabulous location"

Hotel du Pantheon

star star star
5th Arrondissement
Latin Quarter

Back to reality and back to the Place du Pantheon and another charming hotel in the heart of the 5th Arrondissement.

The Hotel du Pantheon is set in a 17th-century building just across from the Pantheon building and five minutes away from the Luxembourg Garden.

You'll love the mix of antique furniture, fresh fabrics, period woodwork and exposed beams. And if you book a superior room you'll be rewarded with an amazing view of the Pantheon and be able to see across the rooftops to Sacre-Coeur, on the other side of Paris. All rooms have air conditioning and mini-bars.

Hotel d'Aubusson

"Fantastic boutique hotel in best area"

Hotel d'Aubusson

star star star star
5th Arrondissement
Latin Quarter
Metro: Pont Neuf, Odéon

Just a few steps away from the Seine and Isle de la Cité, this 4-star hotel is in one of the most ancient parts of Paris, at the location of one of the earliest walls surrounding the city.

Crossing the Seine on the city's oldest bridge (called, oddly enough, Pont Neuf or "New Bridge"), it's a 10-minute leisurely stroll to the Louvre art museum. On the way you'll pass the triangular jewel of a park, Place Dauphine. Want to stop in at Notre Dame? No problem, it's just beyond the place.

The hotel was originally a 17th-century mansion and has been refurbished to luxurious standards. Some rooms overlook the courtyard.

Paris Hotel Planning Advice

Link to Paris Design Hotels Best of Paris
Design Hotels
Left Bank Paris Hotels Top Left Bank Paris Hotels Link to Paris Five Star Hotels Luxury Hotels Paris France Link to Paris Boutique Hotels Paris Boutique Hotel Picks

Don't Miss a Single Paris Travel Tip –
Sign up for Le Petit Journal !

the newsletter of Paris Insiders Guide

line

Best Hotels In Paris