Hotel Belloy Saint Germain
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This property dates from the 19th century
- It's in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, which is full of restaurants, bars & tourist attractions
- Breakfast features pastries from the hotel's on-site bakery
- The in-room mini bars are stocked with 6 free soft drinks
Opened in 1871, Hotel Belloy Saint Germain retains a sense of old Paris with its stone walls and exposed beams. The hotel is in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, which Fodor's calls the "most classically Parisian neighbourhood", thanks to its "genteel blocks lined with upscale art galleries, storied cafés, designer boutiques, atmospheric restaurants, and a fine selection of museums".
The area, in the sixth arrondissement, is on the Left Bank of the River Seine. The property is close to the Jardin du Luxembourg, the Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe (one of France's national theatres), the Louvre Museum and Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral. The Latin Quarter, so named because La Sorbonne university was founded here and Latin was the common language of all its students, is nearby.
The hotel's breakfast buffet is open from 7am and offers a selection of pastries from the hotel's bakery, as well as cheeses, fruits, traditional meats, and a variety of cereals and eggs. The hotel hosts champagne tastings in the lobby from 5-8pm, daily.
Bedrooms are elegant and have free Wi-Fi and a mini bar with six free soft drinks (once per stay). Superior Rooms are larger than Standard Rooms, and have balconies.