Evoking the image of bohemian Paris, the Latin Quarter is one of Paris’ most famous districts. Formerly the home of intellectuals such as Samuel Beckett, Albert Camus and Jean Paul Sartre, the Latin Quarter is renowned for its intellectual gravitas in addition to its stunning architecture and traditional Parisian feel.
Whilst maintaining its proximity to central Paris’ business hubs, Latin Quarter unashamedly pays homage to its rich history. Several monuments in district- located across the 5th and 6th arrondissement- are some of the most visited in Paris, with the Pantheon and St Michel Church being the most visited. Additionally, the area features an array of restaurants, pubs and cafes.
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Serviced apartments in Paris have become a popular choice in alternative accommodation due to the rise in hotel prices across the city and the increased privacy that serviced apartments provide. Offering stylish short stay apartments, studio apartments, holiday apartments and corporate housing, all of our apartments are self-catering, providing guests with a home from home experience ideal for extended stay trips.
As standard, accommodation in Latin Quarter includes a spacious living area defined by traditional French decor, a stylish kitchen containing all the necessary appliances and amenities for self-contained living, stunning bedrooms defined by their serenity and a bathroom that contains both bathing and showering facilities. Additionally, each apartment contains complimentary Wi-Fi, a secure entry system and a safe.
This vibrant and eclectic quarter is one of the oldest areas of Paris. During the Middle Ages, the Sorbonne University attracted intellectuals from all over Europe, who spoke Latin. La Sorbonne and College de France are still located in the area and continue to attract students from across the globe.
Bounded by Boulevard Saint-Michel, Boulevard Saint-Germain, and the Seine River, the Latin Quarter is synonymous with typical Parisian architecture. The Cluny Museum, the Pantheon, Eglise Saint-Sevérin Saint-Nicolas, Boulevard Saint-Michel & Place Saint-Michel are some of the most historic places in the district.
Champs Elysees, Paris’ most iconic street, is a short Metro journey from the Latin Quarter. Here, guests will discover a seemingly never ending stream of designer stores and boutiques.
Paris contains a an extensive public transport network. The Metro, with over 300 stops across the city, is the most popular and most efficient means of travelling around the city. In the Latin Quarter, Place Monge, Censier-Daubenton, Campo Formio and Glaciere are the most easily accessible Metro Stations.
Additionally, there are several bus stations in the district, which offer a different view of the city. Car hire is available throughout the city, but many people who live in Paris don’t drive. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is accessible via several large train stations in the city.