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Hôtel La Lanterne

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SPACIOUS / LIGHT / TWO TERRACES / PARISIAN

Oooh, we absolutely adore the chic elegance of this room! A pale color palette, leather headboard, velvet curtains and designer lamps. Utterly Parisian! The black and white photo of Paris streetlamps and a lion carved in stone adds a very distinct flavor to the decor.

A large French door opens onto a beautiful private terrace overlooking the hotel's inner garden. It's calm and full of light...

And surprise! Even the bathroom has its own furnished terrace! That almost never happens! There's an elegant black sink and a large Italian shower with baroque designs on the tiles. You'll love taking a shower. Or two or three! Separate water closet.

Sublime!

Tips from Parisians

Arènes de Lutèce
This large amphitheater is one of the last vestiges of the Gallo-Roman era in Paris. Right by your hotel, this certified historical monument dates to the 1st century. And it costs nothing to visit it! A lovely spot to have a mini picnic in the stands and picture the Romans who may have done the very same...
49 rue Monge 75005 Paris
PORTRAIT OF THE PROPRIETOR
I was born in Paris.
Paris in a single word: light.
What I can’t live without in Paris: the effervescence.
My favorite monument or place in Paris? The Pantheon.
When I leave Paris, I go to the seaside.
In my work, the things I enjoy the most are: meeting our clients from all over the world, and the fact that they take us on a voyage every day.
My motto? If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.

Hôtel La Lanterne

12 Rue de la Montagne Sainte Geneviève, 75005 Paris, France
  • 10
Historic
Paris

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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