Hotel Odeon Saint-Germain

Location Paris

Postcode 75006

Telephone +33 (0) 143 257 011


Why we love it...

Great Left Bank location. Things to do?

The Place

Hotel Odeon Saint Germain offers some of the best of Paris in both its inner and outer. The location of this lovely hotel is truly excellent, just a short walk from the Church of Saint Sulpice and its delightful square, in the heart of Odeon and Saint-Germain-des-Pres districts.
Just as captivating is the hotel’s interior, redesigned by architect Jacques Garcia and offering some exquisite touches. In each bedroom is a different, but equally stunning, bed: it may be antique brass with inset pictures, a four-poster upholstered in tapestry, twin beds decorated with inlay and painted figures or a pretty wooden sleigh. There are antiques and mirrors to match. Housed in a beamed 16thC building, the salon is filled with antique and repro pieces; torch lights and paintings hang on the walls. Only the patterned carpet and tasteless fluorescent sign look out of place. There is a tiny, colourful garden and a breakfast room, beyond which are the new bedrooms. Quieter, but smaller, these rooms have modern brass beds and pretty painted cupboards, but less character than the old. The reception staff are friendly and welcoming – a pleasant bonus for a Paris hotel.

The Essentials

Price Band €€€
Rooms 27; 19 double and twin, 2 single, 6 triple, all with bath or shower; all rooms have phone, flat-screen TV, air-conditioning, hairdryer, safe, minibar, tea/coffee facilities, wi-fi
Food breakfast
Facilities sitting area, breakfast room, laundry service, babysitting, wi-fi
Children accepted
Disabled no access
Pets accepted

To Book

Contact Mr & Mrs Triadou
Call +33 (0) 143 257 011
Fax +33 (0) 143 299 734

Good To Know

Address 13 rue Saint-Sulpice, Paris 75006

The Location

Find this place: between rue de Conde and rue de Tournon, close distance to many of Paris's main attractions and points of interest

What's nearby: boulevard Saint-Germain; Jardin du Luxembourg; Ile de la Cite