Classic Rooms Boutique Hotel Les Jardins du Luxembourg

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All our Classic Bedrooms are in the main building. They are about 15m2 (a pretty decent size for bedrooms in an historical building in the very heart of the Latin Quarter).

The rooms overlook either at a courtyard or onto a quiet cul-de-sac street. Each room has a small entrance providing more privacy and quietness for your bedroom. Some of the rooms overlooking at the Impasse Royer Collard have a balcony.

They are nice and bright as the rooms face South and the road is wide. From the rooms, you have a good view over a fine mansion house that is a little set back from the road which provides with a feeling of a large space.



  Free Wi-Fi access
  Air conditioning
  Individual safety deposit box
  Double glazing
  Hair dryer and heated towel rail
  Free bottle of water on the check-in-day
  Flat screen television with international channels
  “Fragonard” bathroom amenities
  Private bathroom with bath or shower
  Double bed (140 – 160*200) – Twins beds available on request

Guest Reviews

“This is Paris”

In the last 6 years we stayed 4 times in this hotel and we are still satisfied. The tiny, clean, lovely atmosphere makes you immediately feel like a Parisian. Breakfast is good, the nice servant prepares fresh omelette. Kindliness is one of the main plus of this hotel. We hope that this sort of hotel will continue to exist.


“Could not have hoped for more”
I stayed at this hotel for a week and fell in love with it. My mother and I were in room 7 on the second floor, and it was typically European in size with an adorable little balcony overlooking the street. The shower was perfect in terms of water pressure (which is something I can rarely say about hotels), and it was the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in while away. The front desk staff was kind, courteous, and yes- for any who are concerned- fully fluent in English. There are a number of nice cafes and shops in the area so we never had the breakfast in the hotel, but the location really cannot be beat. You are less than two blocks from the Luxembourg RER station, and equally close to the Luxembourg Gardens and the Pantheon. The restaurants in the area are just as good as but (in my experience) cheaper than those you would find in the heavier trafficked areas around the Louvre, so we often came back from our sight seeing to dine nearer to the hotel. The street and surrounding area is quiet at night but lively during the day- you are neither isolated nor overwhelmed. All in all I look forward to one day returning to this hotel. It was a wonderful experience with great connections to transport and also still close enough to things where you can comfortable walk so your options are endless.