Location. The small family run Abbatial Saint Germain hotel is located in Paris, France, in the Latin Quarter, one of Pariss liveliest entertainment districts. Notre Dame Cathedral is 2 blocks away, Le Pantheon 4 blocks and Luxembourg Gardens half a mile. The designer boutiques of St Germain des Pres are one mile away.
Hotel Features. The Abbatial Saint Germain hotel occupies a renovated 18th century building on Boulevard St Germain, one of the Left Banks smartest streets. While the hotel has been modernised with air conditioning and a lift, many of the original features have been restored, such as the vaulted stone ceiling in the breakfast room and the original wooden beams.
Guests can enjoy a buffet breakfast (surcharge) and read the complimentary newspapers in the lounge. There is no restaurant on site, but the streets around the hotel are filled with cafés, bars and restaurants to suit all budgets.
The Abbatial Saint Germain hotel offers wireless Internet access, a concierge service and 24 hour reception desk.
Guestrooms. The hotels 43 air conditioned guestrooms are decorated individually with traditional style furnishings and rich colours. Rooms have cable television, minibars and safes.
Expert Tip. The ninth floor café of the Institute du Monde Arabe (Museum of Arabic Civilization), situated 4 blocks from the hotel, offers unobstructed panoramic views of Paris.
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Number Of Rooms: 43
Number Of Floors: 6
Check In Time: 2:00 p.m.
Check Out Time: 11:30 a.m.
Abbatial Saint Germain
46 Boulevard Saint Germain
Paris, France 75005
From Paris Orly Airport (ORY):
Distance to Abbatial Saint Germain hotel is 17 kilometres, approximately 20 minutes drive.
Getting there. Shuttles run between both terminals and the airport train station. The RER line C train stops at Porte Maillot, Invalides, St Michel Notre Dame and Gare dAusterlitz. The Air France shuttle travels to Gare de Montparnasse. The Orlybus shuttle goes to Denfert Rochereau metro stop. Taxis to the city centre cost about 34 EUR 45 EUR (45 EUR 55 EUR at night). Prices are all subject to change.
Getting around. The hotel is on Boulevard Saint German. Paris is easy to explore on foot, and there is a reliable, cheap metro (underground), which runs throughout the city and the suburbs. Buses are a great way to see the citys sights. Tickets can be purchased from bus drivers or from the machines in metro stations. Regional RER trains run to destinations in the surrounding area. Taxis are available in the streets, but can be hard to find at busy times. Advance booking is recommended.