There is no better way to discover Paris than to stay in the heart of one of its oldest districts, the Latin Quarter! Located between the fifth and sixth arrondissement, crossed by the Boulevard Saint Michel and bordered by the Luxembourg Gardens, this historic area was named so because of its university. In addition to the Sorbonne, you can discover the Roman baths, the Lutetia Arena and the Cluny museum, fascinating stories of past centuries. Today as in the Middle Ages, the streets of the Latin Quarter are populated with students, attending prestigious institutions like Montaigne high school, Mines or the College de France.
Located south of Luxembourg and 300 meters from the crossroads between Port Royal Boulevard and Saint-Jacques Street, at the foot of the Montagne Sainte-Genevieve, the Beauvoir hotel is an ideal starting point for a walking tour in the neighborhood. Go down the Boulevard Saint-Michel, take the time to stroll among the many booksellers and turn to the old holy church Genevieve, now the Pantheon, which dominates the area. Finally, stroll among the graves of great men like Voltaire, Rousseau and Hugo.
With each room with their own private bathroom with bath or shower and animated with warm colors and comfy furnitures, the hotel Beauvoir is a dream place to stay in the heart of the Latin Quarter, a few meters from the RER station Port Royal, which links Paris to Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports. At night, the nearby theaters Huchette and the Odeon offer a varied program of shows, while many bars and restaurants line the streets.