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Latin Quarter hotels best offers for real value in Paris

Latin Quarter hotels best offers for real value in Paris

Latin Quarter hotels best offers give you the time to discover Paris at your leisure and when you choose our top-value three-night package at Hotel Royal Cardinal you have a great location to begin your Parisian adventures.

Latin Quarter hotels best offers for pleasure or business

When you decide to stay in the Latin Quarter, you're at the heart of the famous Parisian Left Bank, with all its cafes, restaurants and bars. For those in Paris on business, you're well-connected by taxi or on the Metro for trade fairs or your appointments around the city.

As you step out of the front door of Hotel Royal Cardinal, you'll feel the bustle of the Latin Quarter all around you and after just a day or so, you'll feel like one of the locals. That's the best thing about staying for more than just one night - the feeling that this amazing city belongs to you as well.

At Hotel Royal Cardinal, we're within walking distance of attractions such as the Ile de la Cité and Notre Dame, the parades of animal skeletons in the majestic halls of National Natural History Museum with a starring role for the extinct dodo and the world-famous Pierre and Marie Curie University, one of the French centres for scientific and medical research.

Choosing a three-night package at Hotel Royal Cardinal ensures that you're not just hurrying around from attraction to attraction. Take an evening cruise on the Seine, spend a day at leisure admiring the Old Masters at the Louvre - and take an essential evening out in Montmartre: the choice is yours.

Latin Quarter hotels best offers include Hotel Royal Cardinal's three-night deal

We believe that our three-night package, bookable directly on our website will guarantee you our best rates available on the net, and is one of the best you'll find. Our staff will be delighted to help you plan your stay for a truly unforgettable visit.



Picture copyright holder : Tourist Office Paris - Photographer David Lefranc