Hotels near Notre-Dame are at the very heart of the old Paris city. Stay at walking distance from Notre-Dame Cathedral, Sainte-Chapelle, the Seine river, Ile Saint-Louis, the Panthéon and the left bank, a unique urban experience. Paris Hotels.
Stay in selected hotels near Notre-Dame and fully immerse yourself in the historical and scenic heart of the city. Ile de la Cité, the historic island with Notre-Dame Cathedral, the banks of the Seine river, the left bank and Le Marais are the oldest Paris districts. They combine history and beauty. Notre-Dame Cathedral, Sainte-Chapelle, Centre Pompidou, Place des Vosges, Luxembourg Gardens and Ile Saint-Louis will all be within walking distance of your hotel.
Located near the Sorbonne University on the left bank, this 3-star hotel offers 13 luxury rooms with period furniture and painted ceilings. It is a 10 minute walk to Notre-Dame. Marble fireplaces and vintage paintings give the rooms a 19th-century feel. All accommodation has free Wi-Fi access. This property has one of the best-rated locations in Paris and is also rated for the best value in Paris.
Set between Notre-Dame and the Sorbonne, in the heart of the Latin Quarter, the Best Western Hotel Jardin de Cluny is committed to sustainable tourism. Free Wi-Fi,flat-screen TV with cable channels and lift access are provided for all rooms. All rooms have a private bathroom. A buffet breakfast featuring organic products is served every morning to an additional cost, in the 13th-century vaulted dining room.
This 19th century hotel is located in a quiet street, 500 m from the Notre-Dame Cathedral in the Latin Quarter. Free Wi-Fi is provided. The air-conditioned guest rooms at the Melia Paris Notre-Dame Hotel have private bathrooms and internet access. Some have views of Notre Dame Cathedral. Room service is available in the evenings, with gastronomic French specialties.
The Grand Hotel Dechampaigne is a 5 minute walk from Le Louvre and Notre-Dame. It offers rooms with Louis XIII-period décor and furniture. It is situated less than 100 m from Chatelet Metro Station, which provides direct access to Orly Airport and Charles de Gaulle Airport. Each room at the Dechampaigne is equipped with free Wi-Fi access, a private bathroom with a bathtub and satellite TV.
Nestled in the heart of Paris, on a quiet street, this 3-star hotel offers contemporary guest rooms located a 10-minute walk away from the Louvre and the lively Rue de Rivoli. Enjoy the brand new facilities and modern comfort the hotel provides in an old typical Parisian building. All of the guest rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with telephone, cable TV with international channels and free WiFi access. The private bathrooms are complete with a hairdryer.
An island on the Seine river, Ile de la Cité has been inhabited since the Romans. It features three top sights: Notre-Dame Cathedral, La Conciergerie and Sainte-Chapelle. The river banks, the many bridges and the flower market are additional attractions. Ile de la Cité provides spectacular views on the Seine River, Seine river banks and Ile Saint-Louis, the other famous island on the Seine river.
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Near Notre-Dame, Le Marais, the trendiest district of Paris, has it all: Old and narrow streets. 17th century mansions. Beautiful churches. Centre Pompidou. Picasso museum. Fashion shops open on Sunday. Gay and Jewish communities. Bars and nightlife. Le Marais is also the heart of trendy French fashion. Find there a myriad of stores from innovative brands. Many fashion and decoration stores in Le Marais are independent.
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Extending from the Seine river and Notre-Dame down to Montparnasse, the left bank district is one of the the most pleasant districts in town. The large and romantic Luxembourg Gardens, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, its church and cafes, the Musée d'Orsay, Hermès store and Le Bon Marché are its highlights. The heart of the district is Saint-Germain-des-Prés Church, the remain of the prestigious Saint-Germain-des Près Abbey.
The left bank is famous as the intellectual district. Visitors have a drink at Café de Flore or Deux Magots, the two most famous literary cafés in the city. Rue de Sèvres has many French fashion stores, including the beautiful Hermès store (17, rue de Sèvres), one of the top fashion stores in town.