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Hotel Atelier Montparnasse: A FINE hotel in a civilized, more quiet neighborhood than the center of Paris which many would choose. The subway is steps away from us and my daughter is now a subway pro. She can get us anywhere and the subways are fast and relatively inexpensive. We are a grandmother, daughter and two children, 9 and just 12. We have an IDEAL set up which is 2 rooms off a very short hallway. We keep each room door open and the hallway door closed. Voila - privacy, togetherness, space and 2 bathrooms. Perfect. Plus the beds are divinely comfortable. We are all big fans of this hotel.
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