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HÔTEL PETIT BELLOY
SAINT GERMAIN DES PRÉS
The Quartier Saint Germain-des-Près, also known as the Latin Quarter, is one of the oldest in Paris and undoubtedly one of the most authentic in the capital.Located on the Left Bank of the Seine, it is a real landmark of intellectuals, at the heart of Parisian literary life. The Latin Quarter is a must-see and undoubtedly one of the liveliest places in Paris.
Saint Germain-des-Près is the district of artists, filmmakers such as Jean-Luc Godard, François Truffaut or the famous poet Jacques Préver. The cultural bustle of the district is carried by these relics of history. Everything around the Petit Belloy is a must-see.
For a weekend, a week or a night, what can you discover?
Le Petit Belloy offers a wide range of cultural activities to keep you entertained during your outings in the capital.
Discover the Eugène Delacroix Museum, theMuseum of Letters and Manuscripts, the Museum of the History of Medicine, the Museum of Paris Currency, the Luxembourg Museum, or even the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral.... You will be charmed by this unique atmosphere: the Petit Belloy and the Saint Germain district are symbols of Parisian effervescence.
Saint Germain-des-Près is also an ideal shopping destination. Luxury boutiques, local shops, ready-to-wear, art galleries... You can admire the best of French and international know-how. Some streets are worth a visit: you are bound to find what you need in the rue de Verneuil, the rue de Lille, the rue de Jacob or the rue de Seine.
You can also enjoy the Bon Marché, the most authentic French department stores', founded in 1838. It offers different universes such as luxury fashion, culture and leisure. Discover also the Grande Épicerie, dedicated to gastronomy with a large selection of products from the rarest to the most emblematic. A tasting room and a restaurant also inhabit this authentic and modern place.
SAINT GERMAIN DES PRÉS
Staying at the Hotel Petit Belloy Saint Germain means being immersed in the heart of Parisian life. Drink your coffee at the Bouillon Racine, close to the hotel, then take a trip to Gilbert Joseph, one of the emblematic bookshops.
Are you ready to live in Paris like a Parisian? Chat and philosophise at Le Deux Magot or Café de Flore, the two most historic cafés in Paris. Finish on a historical note with a visit to Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral. A day in Paris always ends on a high note with the comfort of Le Petit Belloy.