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The top 5 St. Germain hotels in Paris

St. Germain’s most stylish and personal hotel stays

Step into the electric vibe of Saint-Germain-des-Prés – part of the 6th arrondissement – where the essence of Paris is distilled. A fresh crop of hotels in St. Germain (short for Saint-Germain-des-Prés) stand at the intersection of innovation and timeless elegance, offering a gateway to a realm where contemporary trends and historic charm collide. This neighbourhood buzzes with artistic energy, from cutting-edge galleries to legendary literary cafes. By choosing a hotel in St. Germain, you’re plugging into the lifeblood of Parisian culture.

Overview: St. Germain’s top 5 hotels

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Hôtel Dame Des Arts

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Hôtel Lutetia

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Hôtel des Grands Voyageurs

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Villa-des-Prés

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Hotel des Académies et des Arts

Hôtel Dame Des Arts Paris Íle-de-France France hotel review
Hôtel Dame Des Arts Paris Íle-de-France France hotel review

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Hôtel Dame Des Arts

Perched in the artistic pulse of Paris’s Latin Quarter, Hôtel Dame Des Arts emerges as a tribute to the soulful creativity of the Rive Gauche. With interiors masterfully crafted by Raphaël Navot, the hotel features sculpted wooden ceilings, frescoed walls and fluted oak panels, offering a sanctuary where art and design converge. Each room, a gallery in itself, showcases a unique collection of artwork echoing the neighbourhood’s vibrant history. The rooftop bar, offering a 360° view of Paris, reinvents cocktail classics and serves tantalising plates to share while the ground floor hosts a responsible, contemporary Mexican restaurant, presenting a seasonal menu of thoughtfully crafted dishes.

Hôtel Dame Des Arts
4 Rue Danton
Paris
France

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Hôtel Lutetia Paris Íle-de-France France hotel review

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Hôtel Lutetia

Hôtel Lutetia, synonymous with contemporary luxury in Paris’s vibrant Saint-Germain-des-Prés, offers a sublime experience where history and modernity intertwine. Renovated by the esteemed Jean-Michel Wilmotte, this iconic hotel, frequented by legends like Hemingway and Picasso, now showcases 184 exquisite rooms including the illustrious Josephine Baker and Isabelle Huppert suites. Culinary excellence reigns with Chef Gérald Passédat’s three-Michelin-starred Mediterranean delicacies at the Brasserie and the bespoke creations of Nicolas Guercio at Le Saint-Germain, under the spectacular glass ceiling by Fabrice Hyber. The tranquil haven of the Akasha Spa, designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte, completes the Lutetia experience.

Hôtel Lutetia
45 Bd Raspail
Paris
France

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Hôtel Des Grands Voyageurs Paris Íle-de-France France hotel review

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Hôtel des Grands Voyageurs

In the heart of Paris’s 6th arrondissement and St. Germain-des-Prés, Hôtel des Grands Voyageurs, designed by the acclaimed Fabrizio Casiraghi, is a portal to the opulent travel era of the 1930s and 1940s. Each space, from the steel desk-adorned rooms to the intimate, wood-clad Poppy bar, narrates luxury travel, echoing the grandeur of historic trains and ocean liners. The ground floor brasserie, blending French elegance and American flair, offers a culinary odyssey while François Gilles’ art pieces add a layer of sophistication. This hotel is more than a stay; it invites guests into an exciting story, promising an unforgettable sojourn in the City of Lights.

Hôtel des Grands Voyageurs
92 Rue de Vaugirard
Paris
France

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Villa-des-Prés Paris Íle-de-France France hotel review

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Villa-des-Prés

In the vibrant Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, Villa-des-Prés stands as a testament to Parisian elegance, where the charm of its 1911 heritage merges with modern-day luxury. Bruno Borrione’s artistic touch is evident in every detail, creating a warm, inviting atmosphere akin to a chic Parisian home. Guests are treated to a visual feast with artworks curated by Amélie du Chalard adorning the walls. The hotel offers a peaceful patio, a cosy bar and a wellness area complete with a tranquil pool and sauna, ensuring a relaxing escape from the city’s bustle. With its thoughtful touches and refined cuisine, Villa des Prés captures the true spirit of Parisian living.

Villa-des-Prés
29 Rue de Buci
Paris
France

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Hotel des Academies et des Arts Paris Íle-de-France France hotel review
Hotel des Academies et des Arts Paris Íle-de-France France hotel review

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Hotel des Académies et des Arts

In the artistic heart of Paris’s Montparnasse, Hôtel des Académies et des Arts celebrates creativity and Belle Époque heritage. Each of the 20 spacious rooms serves as a canvas, with lime walls and raw wood framing Franck Lebraly’s frescoes, inviting guests into a dreamlike world. Architect Stéphanie Lizée’s design infuses the space with life, marrying Bauhaus and Art Deco elements with a unique collection of artworks and handpicked furniture. The café-atelier, a blend of a cosy library, an honesty bar and an art workshop, offers a communal marble table for continental breakfasts and a space for artistic exploration. For relaxation, the wellness room, in collaboration with Le Tigre Yoga club, provides serene indulgence.

Hotel des Académies et des Arts
15 Rue de la Grande Chaumière
Paris
France

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