enchanting atmosphere of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés of yesteryear
within the 16th-c. walls of this Left Bank hotel. The inner
decor is a harmonious blend of styles, balanced between the
Middle Ages and the Regency period.
The Rue Saint Sulpice was called rue du
PetitLion Saint-Sulpice,between the rues de Comdé and
That’s here, at the Number 13, that in 1530 was built
the building who is now the Hotel Odeon Saint Germain.
Welcome to the Hotel Saint-Germain
A charming hotel in the heart of Saint-Germain des Prés.
In this refined and elegant setting, you will find all the comfort
and relaxation you need for your stay in Paris. Within a short
walking distance from the hotel, you can visit the Maillol Museum,
the Rodin Museum, the Orsay Museum, and the Louvre; stroll along
the banks of the Seine and through the Tuileries Gardens and
the Luxembourg Gardens, browse the book stalls of the bouquinistes
along the river, visit the art galleries of Saint-Germain des
Prés, peruse the antique shops of the Carré Rive
Gauche area, explore the stylish boutiques of Faubourg Saint-Germain,
shop at top fashion designers and shoe specialists, and sample
the delightful atmosphere of the literary cafés of Saint-Germain
Our Twin Supérieure rooms have two twin beds and a bathroom
with bathtub and toilet.
Our Double Classique rooms feature a double bed and a bathroom
with bathtub (or shower) and toilet.
Our Junior rooms offer a double bed and a bathroom with shower
Our reception staff are at your service to ensure that everything
goes smoothly during your stay. We would be happy to help you
make reservations for restaurants and shows.
Upon request, we will provide you with
a laptop free of charge. You can access the WiFi wireless network
throughout the hotel.
You can enjoy breakfast in one of the three lounges in the hotel.
It is also possible to have breakfast brought to your room.
All three lounges in the hotel offer a personalized, quiet and
soothing atmosphere where you can relax.
These lounges also feature a library where
you are welcome to browse at your leisure. Decorated with unique
works of art and antique furniture, the lounges open onto a
flowered patio and the Rue du Bac with its quintessential Parisian
Outside, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, famed
brasseries (Lipp, le Flore, les Deux Magots),art galleries,
fashion and gourmet shops, Notre-Dame, Luxembourgs gardens,
the Louvre, Orsay Museum.