We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The rmains of St. Louise and her altar were my main reason for attending. Louise was a rmarkable woman and the pattroness of social workers. She with Vincent de Paul founded the Daughters of Charity and revolutionuzed care of abandoned children.
One day I walked past Musée Maillol on my way to Musée d’Orsay and saw the poster of its temporary exhibition From Douanier Rousseau to Seraphine.
Since I wanted to do something new, I visited this relatively small museum for the first time on the day I left Paris before going to the airport. It’s a Sunday afternoon so there’re...
"Superb menu and daily specials for our group of 7 people"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by bostonbusiness2018
We arrived exactly at opening time [19:30] and were warmly greeted and quickly shown to our quiet table. Two specials - - truffle risotto, and fish - - as well as the lamb and pate, were PERFECTLY prepared, and served with lovely presentation. The crowning glory was the very compatible Gevrey Chambertin.
"Authentic left bank atmosphere but very expensive"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by ChrisJS51
Excellent atmosphere, good varied menu well cooked and presented. Incredibly expensive for a relatively small and not luxurious bistro-style restaurant - six euros for a diet coke! We were a party of ten and the main courses didn't come completely together, which was a bit disappointing.
Small, boutique, clean, cozy, friendly, Parisian. Conveniently located 1 min walk to the Babylon Sevres metro station, 1 min walk to Le Bon Marche, 15 min walk to Musee d'Orsay, and about 20 min walk to the Eiffel Tower. The hotel is right in the middle of Saint-Germain, one of the most elegant and nicest neighborhoods in Paris. The staff...
My husband and I spent a week here and couldn’t have asked for a better hotel for our first trip to Paris. The rooms were bright and airy, absolutely spotless, and so charmingly decorated. A true dream. The staff were all so friendly, incredibly helpful, and really went above and beyond. The location was also perfect! Gorgeous architecture all around,...
Wonderful hotel, perfect location, the sweetest staff. Well looked after thank you very much. I would definitely stay there again, in fact I didn’t want to leave. Great shopping around Paris Saint-Germain And just across the river from everything wonderful in Paris
Clean, quaint hotel in Paris which is very close to museums, tourist attractions, restaurants, shopping. Everyone who works here is very helpful...by giving directions, making reservations at wonderful restaurants and calling taxis for the airport. Great value for the price
We stayed at the HSG from Sunday March 1st to Thursday March 5th. The rooms lean small but contain excellent finishing. The beds, furniture, and decor are all luxurious. The breakfast was small but the spread was classical. Yet the HSG doesn’t stand out in its accommodations—instead, it distinguishes itself by its world-class, 5-star service. We were in France as...