Latin Quarter for a stay on the left bank
A historic district of Paris
The Latin area has always had a special place in the history of Paris. The left bank is the one where students gathered in medieval times. Young, noisy, protesting, they lived in the same neighbourhood where we had the largest universities in Europe. This is still the case today, the Sorbonne is the center of this district of the 5th and 6th district. Students are also always in large numbers in this Latin Quarter, the reason being the presence of many prestigious schools. They are still in dispute, at least they were in 1968. Nowadays, the Latin Quarter is one of the most prestigious in the capital. The Palais du Luxembourg, where the Senate and its magnificent gardens are located, as well as the Pantheon, offer two places to discover. We also know how to celebrate on the banks of the Seine. Boulevard Saint-Michel and rue de la Huchette with its restaurants, famous theatre and jazz cellar give the atmosphere of a very popular neighbourhood. Choosing a hotel in the Latin Quarter is the certainty of being in the heart of a chic and festive Paris.
A hotel with an inimitable atmosphere
The group Les Hôtels de Paris offers the Villa Panthéon in the center of the Latin Quarter. It is a 4-star hotel located in the rue des écoles. It is an ideal location for those who want to stay in the heart of historic Paris, and put just a stone's throw away the emblematic places of this Latin Quarter. You will have no trouble succumbing to the charm of this establishment which plays the card of elegance. For this purpose, it relies on British codes. The oiled parquet floor, the rich curtains and the woodwork give charm and character to each room. The English side of this hotel in the heart of the Latin Quarter: its reception and breakfast room where the Chesterfield chairs await you to spend a relaxing moment. The moments of relaxation; you will also experience them in the inner courtyard. Villa Panthéon is the perfect place to settle down and discover the Latin Quarter.