Stylish comfort at reasonable rates just steps from the Luxembourg Gardens.
Situated in a quiet cobblestone dead-end alley, Les Jardins du Luxembourg offers 26 cozy, quaint guest rooms. The Haussmann-style building was constructed in the mid-nineteenth century, and guests here can enjoy views of the Luxembourg Gardens. As well, the hotel is a short walk to the Sorbonne, the Pantheon, Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter. It has boasted historically significant cachet since Sigmund Freud stayed in 1885. The library-lounge is decorated with 1930s-era charm and reflects an artistic and stylish ambience. The bar operates on the honor system; upon taking a drink, guests note their selections in a bar book. The bedrooms each feature at least one original work of art or decorative item, air-conditioning, TV, phone, Wi-Fi access, mini-bar and towel dryer. The mosaic-floored breakfast room operates from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and serves a variety of hot and cold dishes. Guests also have the option of in-room dining. A private sauna is available.