Agora Saint Germain
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Breakfast this morning was again stopping for pastries on the go as we walked to the Louvre. Brooke is getting better at ordering food in French, but I still suck. I made sure to get two big delicious ones since we were going to the biggest art museum and I didn't want to be there on an empty tummy. It’s going to be weird going back to having …
We decided to venture just outside of Paris for one of our days here ... and the best place to do that is at Versailles palace, to see the incredibly lavish living quarters of the 18th century French kings. We left the hotel as early as possible to try to get there before the majority of the morning crowd. We walked to the train to take the RER C …
This morning we woke up quite early so that we could get a jump-start to the day. Our plan was to beat the crowd at Notre Dame by getting there early. We stopped in for a quick breakfast at a restaurant along Boulevard Saint Germain for ham omelets and coffee. It was very nice to have eggs for a change as our breakfast. One interesting thing to …
We were woken up on the night train by some buzzers, followed by the train employee returning our passports and tickets after the night. For half of the night, the cold air from the window (which we couldn't figure out how to close) was flowing directly onto my feet ... and for the other half (when the train changed tracks/direction or something) …
Happy Birthday Mr Fletche!
It's harder to get up today than any other… the 7am alarm means we’re going home. No lounging around in a Parisian cafe drinking coffee and eating pastries. No watching the clock to see if it’s 'wine-time’ yet. No photographs of stunning buildings and interesting alleyways. No walking …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Agora Saint Germain Paris
A small friendly hotel
I spent 5 days at the hotel in early June and was very impressed. The rooms are small but very clean and fairly quiet for Paris.
The hotel is only a 5 minute walk to Notre Dame yet felt outside of the tourist area - which was a plus. The breakfast was an added plus and would recommend it.
The staff at Agora rotate frequently.
Convienent location for walking tours and catching the metro. A little over priced via Expedia so shop around. Some staff were helpful and others were rude. Beware about coming back late at night, you may have to wait outside locked doors for a while. Good little continental breakfast free if you stay for 7 days. Make sure to ask about your room in advance and where it is located in the small hotel. The cleaning staff can be very noisey in the morning especially near their closet. Clean, but if you put out do not disturb sign, don't expect it to be honored while you are gone.
Lovely hotel; great reception staff; clean; air-conditioned; good breakfast; great location. We stayed here 2 summers ago. We stopped at the Abbatial, where we've had a great experience, but they were booked. They referred us to the Agora, which is their "sister" hotel. Eric, at the front desk, showed us rooms to see if we'd like them! Had a discount rate going as well. Wanted to share this good experience with others.
Comfortable little hotel with friendly, well trained staff.
We have just spent 10 wonderful days in Paris staying at the Hotel Agora St Germain.We'd like to thank the excellent staff at the hotel and in particular Aline at the front desk for making our stay so great.It is a very comfortable little hotel, well run and in what must be the most convenient location on the Left Bank and we highly recommend it.Keith and Sandra Brown
Best hotel I've been to in Paris
Excellent hotel, friendly English speaking staff. Room was bigger than i thought it would be. Brilliant location too, 5 minute walk to Notre Dame.They do a lovely little continental breakfast to get you going in the morning for 9 Euro. Only bad thing, their lift is tiny, hard to get 2 people in never mind luggage as well.
We stayed here in April, 2003 and had a wonderful time. The location is convenient. The area is quiet, quaint and safe. We booked a deluxe room so it was bigger than the standard room and very comfortable. The staff was wonderful! They were friendly and extremely helpful. They made our stay in Paris even more pleasant.
Great little hotel
I loved the location of this hotel. 5 min walk to Notre Dame, down the street from the Cluny museum, close to a Metro stop (Mauberte mutualite). Room was small but clean quiet and comfortable. Front desk staff was friendly and helpful. I loved exploring the back streets heading towards the Sorbonne--picturesque little streets full of local residents going about their lives.
Clean & good location for the price
This hotel is located in a convenient and safe-feeling area. It's very close to the metro and a short walk to the marche mouffetard, pantheon and shops and restaurants. The staff was pleasant. The room was small but clean and sufficient for the price. We would stay here again.
What's up with the desk staff at the Agora St. Germain?
I didn't even get to make a reservation at the Agora St. Germain. The reason is because of the desk staff's attitude in replying to email inquiries. I first contacted the hotel via its email address and asked if there were any discounts given in July. I received a smart alec answer of "Yes" only with no details of what the discounts are.I tried to email the hotel again by filling out its information form and never got any response. With so many other nice and nicer hotels in the same area I would not bother! The hotel is not doing ME a favor.
Gret Location and nice staff
The Agora St. Germain is a quiet old fashioned hotel in a great location. The rooms are sparse but comfortable. The staff were nice and helpful during our stay. You may want to shop for a better price as the hotel is somewhat overpriced in my opinion.Bill