Hotel Luxembourg Parc

42, rue de Vaugirard, Paris, Île-de-France, 75006, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the St-Germain-des-Pres area of Paris, is near Palais du Luxembourg, Musée du Luxembourg, St. Sulpice Fountain, and La Maison de l'Indochine.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Luxembourg Parc Paris

    Reviewed by clgs


    Reviewed Jun 9, 2012
    by (15 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    Great hotel, well located, well appointed rooms, friendly and helpful staff.

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    Reviewed by clgs

    Great location - lovely hotel

    Reviewed Jun 24, 2011
    by (15 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    Great hotel, located in a beautiful part of Paris and right opposite the Luxembourg Gardens. The room, facilities, staff and service are all excellent.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Luxembourg Parc Paris

    Not a great location but great hotel


    We stayed the first week in Feb of 2005. The hotel was small, I think it had only 4 floors. The lobby was tiny with an adequate bar. They also had a wonderful lounge in the back with a computer available. We had to pay 3 Euros or about I guess 4USD to go on at night but during the day we were allowed to use it for free.

    We had a room on one of the upper floors, which overlooked the Luxembourg Parc, very nice. The room itself was not large but not tiny, comfortable. We opt for not getting the suite, which are larger rooms because they face the courtyard which I recommend is not the nicest view. Ask for the corner room overlooking the park. So the room was very nicely decorated and clean. The bedding was fine but I must say the mattress was very uncomfortable, too soft for our taste. Nice size marble bathroom with a heating lamp where you could put your towel to warm up before you get out of the shower... nice touch. The decor was adorable, really French country, with wooden beams exposed on the cieling. They have a safe in the room which was nice and the staff is extremely helpful and very nice. The only thing we hated was the limited American channels available except for the BBC, but I'll give them credit for having the Super Bowl on albiet in French.

    We didn't eat breakfast there at all, why pay the ridiculous price of 17Euros for bread and butter when you can get a nice crossiant and coffee to go at the Columbus Cafe for 5Euros.

    The area around the hotel is nice but honestly we found that it was a little far from the sites to walk everyday. If you don't mind the subway or what they call the metro then by all means stay there, its a great little place but expensive. We paid 230Euro and that was at the time 307USD per night.

    Coming from New York City I ride the subway a lot so I didn't want to be on the subway in Paris so this location, because it was far from the sites walking distance wasn't ideal, but if you don't mind doing the metro then this is a great place to stay. Its quiet at night and the staff was great and I just loved the tiny lounge which reminded me of being in somebody's home in the country...and they had a fireplace to boot.

    Bottom line, if you have the money, don't mind doing the metro then go for it, you won't be dissapointed.

    Great Stay at the Luxembourg Parc


    I spent six nights at the Luxembourg Parc a few weeks ago and thought it was an excellent choice. The location is great with lots of good restaurants and shops nearby. The room was beautifully decorated & the bathroom was particularly nice - all marble, great shower & tub, magnifing mirror and large soft towels. Our room had blackout curtains which we loved. The lobby which has a nice bar and library with a fireplace are also lovely. We only ate breakfast once but it was very nice with fresh fruit, ham, cheese, yogurts, eggs and a good selection of bread. The staff was so helpful and polite. Miguel made all our dinner reservations and gave us an espresso very early on the morning we were leaving as we didn't have time for breakfast. I can hardly wait to return to the Luxembourg Parc.

    Perfect Boutique Hotel


    THis was truly a find!! A lovely hotel near wonderful cafe's and great shopping! The staff was as attentive as our previous stay in Paris at the Four Seasons, George V. They were professional, friendly and happily made our dinner reservations and gave us excellent recommendations on where to eat. We will definately stay here again!!!



    Our 6 nights at the Luxembourg Parc were sheer heaven. The room was large and comfortable and the marble bathroom was luxurious. The hotel was very quiet and the staff most helpful, friendly and discreet. Location is terrific, one and half blocks from Boulevard Ste. Germaine, two from Rue de Rennes and three from Boulevard St. Michel. Luxembourg Palace is right across the street. A fabulously interesting neighbourhood. At 230 Euros a night ($420 Can) it is more than we normally like to pay for a hotel but it was our 30th anniversary and wanted to go up-scale. And it was more than worth it. We would glady stay here again.

    Harmonious stay


    Lovely roon with ceiling wooden beams, unsurpassable soft pillows, and gorgeous marble bath room. Never saw another guest on my floor even though the hotel was full. The staff was very friendly. The location, across from Luxembourg Park, was ideal, particularily if you have small children, due to the many activities offered in the park for them. The hotel is also close to the hub of the Latin quarter, ane near the RER train to Charles de Gaulle. I will definitely go back.



    Great hotel, good location in St. Germain. The rooms that face the courtyard are very roomy with double windows that open. Nice marble bathrooms. Staff is very helpful. Enjoyed it very much.

    Pleasent week at the Luxembourg Parc


    Well kept Parisian hotel close to Luxembourg parc. Absolute best part of Paris when on holiday. Staff professional and friendly. Rooms are small, being a "typical" Parisian hotel builiding-wise. Breakfast contains everything you need, with high quality compononts, served in charming area. A bit on the pricy side, though.All in all, I heartily recommend the hotel. I am often in Paris, and this hotel is among those I look forward to stay in.



    This place is terrific. Beautifully decorated rooms and bathrooms. Very comfortable bar area in lobby with adjacent library with fireplace.

    Staff couldn't be better. Can't wait to return.

    Great Experience!


    Very accommodating hotel in a quiet area near St. Sulpice. Very professional staff with an omni-present General Manager. Rooms, bar, library all add to the complete experience. The Library has a working fireplace and with Winter close, adds great ambiance.The rooms are very comfy with large marble bathrooms with great showers. This is a great alternative for people wanting large rooms in the Left Bank without the noise factor. You will not be disappointed with this gem across from Luxembourg Gardens.

    Good paris location


    this hotel is a well runhotel in a nice area of paris. the rooms are nicely furnished. the staff is pleasant and helpful. there is no restaurant altho breakfast is available for 17 euro.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Luxembourg Parc Paris

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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