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4 Star Hotel Paris Panthéon

What we love
  • The chesterfield sofa in the breakfast room
  • The room with a view of the Pantheon
  • The oiled parquet flooring in the rooms
  • The “so Scottish” bar
  • The inner courtyard
  • The glassed-in walkway between the two buildings
  • The woodwork in the rooms

91% of guests
recommend
this hotel

Contact information

Villa Panthéon

41 rue des Ecoles

75005 Paris

+33 (0) 1 53 10 95 95

+33 (0) 1 53 10 95 96


Metro & bus

Saint Michel: line 4, RER B and RER C
Maubert- Mutualité: line 10

Getting here

The private British-club atmosphere recreated in full in the heart of the St. Germain des Près district.

 

So British! The Villa Panthéon knows about the warm and cosy atmosphere of English bars, where the leather of the armchairs matches that of the Chesterfield sofas. Right down to the breakfast room, where they added one of those inviting upholstered sofas where it’s so fine to sit down with the newspaper, a drink close at hand.

 

The woodwork, the heavy drapes and the oiled parquet flooring of the rooms maintain a warm feeling of privacy. The duplex in the attic could become your favourite home base, unless you prefer the room with a magnificent view of the Pantheon.

 

In the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Près, the inner courtyard and the vertical garden are welcome and help leave the city’s distractions behind.
 

Hotel highlights

Leisure-wise

Breakfast: hot buffet & room service

Dining: room service

Languages spoken at reception: French - English - Spanish - Italian – German - Arabic - Turkish - Persian

Other: Satellite TV, WIFI, air conditioning, mini-bar, safe

Business-wise

Breakfast: hot buffet & room service

Dining: room service

Languages spoken at reception: French - English - Spanish - Italian - German - Arabic - Turkish - Persian

Other: Satellite TV, WIFI , air conditioning, mini-bar, safe 

The little intellectual universe of Paris was already bubbling in the 17th century, taking over Saint-Germain-des-Près and the Latin Quartier, so named because of the university courses given there in the language of the ancient Romans. Though the language may be dead, the student tradition still lives on!

Around the Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Près, everything is evocative of the intellectual existentialists who established the intellectual reputation of Paris in the 1960s. Institutions such as the Café du Flore, Lipp and Deux-Magots will have you following the footsteps of Sartre or Beauvoir, Godard or Truffaut, Juliette Gréco or Miles Davis, Prévert or Vian. Not far from there, go into the long-lived La Hune bookshop. And at the Petit-Saint-Benoît, have a meal while admiring the compartments where they store the napkins and bottles of wine of the regulars, such as Jean-Paul Sartre or Merleau-Ponty.

A stone’s throw away is the Sorbonne, the gold standard when it comes to the humanities. In May of 1968, slogan-chanting students filled the Boulevard Saint-Michel up to the Saint-Michel fountain, which depicts the struggle between good and evil, and which today is a meeting place for lovers. 

Find out more

Map Quartier Latin - Saint Germain - Panthéon

Direct access

  • Stade de France
  • Roissy/Charles de Gaulle Airport
  • Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre

How to get here

By train :

Gare de Lyon for TGVs coming from the South

Gare du Nord: TGV Nord, Thalys, Eurostar

Gare Montparnasse: TGV Atlantique

Gare de l'Est: TGV Est

Metro and bus :

Saint Michel: line 4, RER B and RER C
Maubert- Mutualité: line 10