Abbaye Saint Germain Hotel

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Abbaye Saint Germain Hotel

, Paris
3 star

Rooms: 44

10 Rue Cassette - Paris - 75006 - France Hotel Website | |
402 Traveller

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from pllgeek
A perfectly charming hotel in a great location. Cafe The staff helped us with our trail reservations, which saved us $$.

Perfect Tranquil Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
My mother and I recently returned from our 7 day trip to Paris vowing to stay in no other Parisien Hotel -again! We found the location perfect, an idyll of peace with a beautiful little courtyard for breakfast and evening relaxation. The hotel ambience, decor and level of service were superb. Saint Sulpice Metro 3mins away and a 5/10 minute walk to Boulevard St Germain. We had 2 excellent meals at La Table du Perigord, just a stones throw from the Hotel. The area is quiet, refined and safe and the Luxembourg Gardens a 10 min walk away.


from A TripAdvisor Member
A few months ago, my family and I took our first trip to Paris. We were extremely uptight about finding the perfect hotel... it had to be in a quiet location, yet in the middle of everything; it had to be small, but with all of the necessary ameneties. Yes, we sound as if we were picky, but seeing as my parents were responsible for my sister and I (we're tough critics), it made sense. We ended up making reservations with the Hotel de l'Abbaye, a quaint establishment on the quiet street of Rue Cassette, and we couldn't have been happier. The rooms, large by European standards, were quintessential Paris. While not all rooms are decroated equally in this hotel, we received rooms that were adorned in a country French theme that managed to be both homey and stylish. The service was unparalleled- we were given wonderful (and complementary!) breakfasts of French croissants and chocolat chaud (hot chocolate), and the men and women at the front desk were always willing to help us plan tours or give us directions. We didn't once feel like "stupid Americans", as the stereotype has become, and it was always wonderful to receive a cheerful welcome when we returned to the hotel each evening. I'm sure we won't fail to return to the Hotel de l'Abbaye on our next visit to Paris, for this hotel did not only offer us a place to stay, but memories that will last a lifetime.

Abbaye is great, but a tad overpriced

from A TripAdvisor Member
The Hotel de l'Abbaye is a very nice, slightly modern hotel, well located in the Latin Quarter. Very quite, with nice ammenities. As is common in Europe (but not without exception), a "double" bed is really two twins pushed together. Great bath and shower and good closet space. Well functioning airconditioner. My only, relatively minor issues were:

1. Lack of information at check-in. The hotel offers complimentary internet service, but we only found out by accident on our last day. We were also told by one employee that the hours of it are 8am to 8pm, but that same day, in trying to use it, found it closed at 7:15pm.

2. Huge room key that must be left at the counter when leaving. If returning late at night (after midnight), it required waiting for the night person to wake up and buzz you in.

Aside from those, I would say the l'Abbaye is great, but a tad overpriced as I expended my stay in Paris at the Hotel Luxembourg (nearby), and found an equally great hotel for about 60 euros/night less.


from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed here from May 17-22 and we absolutely loved it! Everything about this hotel is charming; from the courtyard where they provide coffee and croissants at breakfast, to the rooms which are small but filled with character and immaculately clean. There is also a flat screen TV in each room. The staff was wonderful, and couldn't be nicer. The location is also great. You don't feel like just a tourist staying at a big hotel chain, like you may if you stayed on the right bank. There is great shopping nearby, and wonderful cafes that have been there for ages where great writers and famous thinkers spent their time. Stay at Hotel de l'Abbaye and you will keep coming back!

Simply wonderful

from ChrisSF
Like other reviewers, my partner and I chose the Abbaye after a lot of Internet searching. It was well worth the search! The location is perfect... about two blocks from a Metro stop, lots of cafes, shopping, and upscale dining within easy walking distance -- yet tucked away on a quiet side street. We splurged on a "duplex" suite --meaning that we had a two-story little apartment. It was beautifully appointed and we had a nice patio/balcony overlooking the front courtyard. Lots of thoughtful touches -- a flat-screen TV, a big bathroom on the first floor, but also a small WC on the second floor, armoires with lights that went on when you opened the door, etc. We loved the room so much that (shame on us!) we even spent basically an entire day "picknicking" in the room and catching up on our reading. Try doing that in the typical Paris shoebox hotel room.

The only caveat I would have is that this is a three-, not four-, star hotel. The front desk staff are nice but there is no concierge. The room-service menu is very basic (soups and croque-monsieurs, but nothing fancier). The beds (two twins pushed together, not a king like we had expected) are a little on the small side. The staff were not able to satisfy a couple of our more demanding service requests (help getting a shirt ironed, for instance). However, to get four-star service, we would have to spend as much (or more) as we did for our two-story room, and we would have had a much smaller hotel room and been in a much less interesting neighborhood. For us, it was well worth the trade-off, and we would definitely go back.

Americans Galore

from tideswest
We spent five days this April in Paris at the Hotel de L'Abbaye. The service was wonderful. our room was small but looked out over the courtyard and we fell asleep each evening to the sound of the fountain there.

We did have a few disappointments: The breakfast served was the same every morning without a variation. After a few days we paid extra and went out to a local cafe. The hotel was completely full and everyone was American. This made us feel as if we were in the States rather than in France. This would be a plus to some but for those looking for a true French experience, it was a letdown.

Think we will try somewhere else on our next trip in September.

Lovely setting, impeccable service

from A TripAdvisor Member
What a find. This place is exquisite from the moment you walk in. An enormous flower arrangement, a cozy lounge with a fireplace. The rooms are small but beautiful. Good sheets, very clean, everything gleaming and gorgeous. Courtyard view is lovely. Service is superb. I highly recommend this hotel and will go again in June.

The best Paris can offer

from A TripAdvisor Member
I chose this hotel after months of internet searching. Various reviews specifically on Trip advisor decided that this was the hotel for our Honeymoon. The hotel is on the Left bank of the city, in a very quiet location - but still only a 30 seconds walk from Rue St Germain and its fantastic shops & cafes. The hotel is beautifully decorated, with lovely flowers everywhere. The decor & atmosphere are both peaceful, as are the lovely gardens & adjoing dining area (I undertstand the hotel was formally an abbey). Our room although somewhat small (a standard room) but fine, well decorated, very clean - with an excellent bathroom. The hotel staff could not be more friendly, specifically helpfull in locating good restaurants etc. With both metro stations & bus stops really near - it meant the numerous sites on the west bank, and on the other side of the river were quickly & very easily accesible. We will use this hotel again, maybe to celebrate our first anniversary. Choose this hotel, not a faceless large chain. Enjoy.

Absolutely splendid

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at this lovely hotel on my first trip to paris in 1981, and have stayed there since, it is just lovely, well appoined with excellent service

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Walking Tours of Paris Be sure and check out Paris-Walks ( They have English speaking guides and offer 2 to 2 1/2 hour tours of many different parts of Paris. We went on one of their Marais walks and the Chocolate Lovers walk. Can't recommend highly enough. Each walk was full of history, trivia and other useful information while exploring Paris on foot. They even have a walk visiting the sites written about in the Da Vinci Code.

Museums Whatever you do.....get a museum pass! Bypassed all the long lines and felt like a VIP! Don't miss the Musee d'Orsay!! Louvre was fun to say that you were there, but it was massive...Know what you want to see there, and then move on! Also, there is a World War I and II museum in the Invalides (where Napoleon is) that is one of the finest military museums I have ever been in. Phenomenal detail and artifacts of the two Great Wars.

Arriving at Charles DeGaulle I would suggest taking a taxi and not booking a group shuttle in advance. The shuttle shows up at their own convenience and it is easier to take your own taxi.


Other names for Abbaye Saint Germain Hotel

  • hotel de l abbaye
  • Address: 10 Rue Cassette - Paris - 75006 - France
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