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Charming hotel in the Latin Quarters

Discover the Latin Quarters

Hotel Villa Madame is close to the Latin Quarter in Paris, which is a place where you can still experience the bohemian and artistic spirit of Paris that attracted Sartre, Camus and other great writers.

The Latin Quarter is also known to be a place where students like to hang out in the numerous cafés and bistros during their time off. The hotel is very close to Sorbonne University.

Discover the authentic laid back atmosphere in this part of the west bank of Paris, with sights like the Saint-Michel fountain or the Place St. André des Arts where wher you will enjoy small restaurants and cafés.

Places to see in the 6th arrondissement

Vey close to the Latin Quarter The hotel Villa Madame is a charming hotel a few blocks from the most beautiful places of the capital.

You can begin your stay in Paris by meandering in the Jardin du Luxembourg, the Saint Sulpice church or the Panthéon - some of the most magical places in Paris.

Don't miss out on visiting Saint Germain des Près and its streets filled with small shops, perfect for finding your souvenirs from the City of Lights.

The west bank of the Seine river is another experience, be it in day time or by night. Last but not least: the Huchette street , a pedestrian street where you will experience the vibrant atmosphere of Paris and have a drink with friends.

Contemporary hotel with a courtyard garden

After your day in Paris, the hotel Villa Madame Welcomes you in its bar "le Cattleya Mademoiselle" and its private garden "Le jardin secret".In summer, you will enjoy outdoor evening with delicious cocktails. In winter lets chill in front of our fireplace with a hot chocolate to enjoy the quiet atmosphere of the hotel.

If you are planning a romantic stay with your loved one, we recommend the suite with the private terrace, and a view over the rooftops of Paris.