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Chambre Clarisse

Quartier latin

Hôtel Europe Saint Severin

Chambre Clarisse
From 1:30 PM
Before 11:30 AM
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This room reminds us of a beautiful country home, with authentic décor that is chic, yet homey. You’ll have nothing but peaceful nights in this setting. A superb raw stone wall and exposed beams framing the windows. Charming! It’s almost enough to make you feel as if you’d left Paris for a provincial bed and breakfast... Elegant wood furniture and parquet floor. Plus a sofa that converts to bunk beds if you’re traveling with one or two children!

The two windows overlook the hotel’s small interior courtyard. Lovely and quiet!

The raw stone continues into the bathroom, which has a large tiled shower and a sink. Water closet separated by a sliding door.


Tips from Parisians

Le Coupe Papier
One of the rare theater bookstores of the capital, Le Coupe Papier draws stage professionals and students of dramatic arts alike. It’s a charming shop whose shelves are loaded with plays, from the classics to the contemporary, as well as authors’ essays and criticism of theater and fiction. The shop holds thousands of treasures the proprietor would love to share with you!
19 Rue de l'Odéon, 75006 Paris
+33 1 43 54 65 95
The client I like to have? The one who’s visiting Paris for the first time.
One time a client called to reserve a room and insisted his room have a view of the sea. He was very disappointed!
Paris in a single word is “culture.”
What I can’t live without in Paris is that you can find everything there and at any hour!
The Parisian woman in two words: elegant and nonchalant.
The Parisian man in two words: the Parisian man…

Hôtel Europe Saint Severin

38 Rue Saint-Séverin, 75005 Paris-5E-Arrondissement, France
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Old Paris and its historic facades... Here, poets and INTELLECTUALS still change the world at the Café de Flore and La Sorbonne. Wend your way through the narrow medieval streets to NOTRE DAME.

The local: a university student in a duffle coat, philosophy book under his arm.


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