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THE DISTRICT

An ideal location

THE DISTRICT

An ideal location

THE DISTRICT

An ideal location

THE DISTRICT

An ideal location for discovering the heart of the real Paris.
The 4 star Sénat hotel is located on the left bank of the Seine, between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter. It is near the Luxembourg gardens, the French Senate, the Sorbonne, Saint-Sulpice church and the Odéon theatre.

Immerse yourself in the history of Paris!

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THE DISTRICT

An ideal location for discovering the heart of the real Paris.
The 4 star Sénat hotel is located on the left bank of the Seine, between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter. It is near the Luxembourg gardens, the French Senate, the Sorbonne, Saint-Sulpice church and the Odéon theatre.

Immerse yourself in the history of Paris!

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THE DISTRICT

An ideal location for discovering the heart of the real Paris.
The 4 star Sénat hotel is located on the left bank of the Seine, between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter. It is near the Luxembourg gardens, the French Senate, the Sorbonne, Saint-Sulpice church and the Odéon theatre.

Immerse yourself in the history of Paris!

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SAINT-GERMAINS DES PRÉS

Not far away from the hotel you will find one of the most famous and most romantic areas of Paris: Saint-Germain-des-Prés. There are still echoes of jazz and the festive overtones of the great French intellectuals or artists, like Jean-Paul Sartre, Boris Vian, Simone de Beauvoir, Jacques Prévert, François Truffaut or Juliette Gréco.
In front of the charming Saint-Germain-des-Prés abbey dating back to the 6th century - that housed the greatest historians of the 17th century - you will easily find the Café de Flore, Les Deux Magots and the Lipp bar. You could visit several libraries and painting galleries and discover a real “art den vivre”. Lose yourself in the surrounding roads, from Saint-Benoît to Odéon, to the indoor market and Saint-Sulpice, and take advantage of the numerous cafés, trendy spots and opulent boutiques of this area that are alive at all hours of the day and night.

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SAINT-GERMAINS DES PRÉS

Not far away from the hotel you will find one of the most famous and most romantic areas of Paris: Saint-Germain-des-Prés. There are still echoes of jazz and the festive overtones of the great French intellectuals or artists, like Jean-Paul Sartre, Boris Vian, Simone de Beauvoir, Jacques Prévert, François Truffaut or Juliette Gréco.
In front of the charming Saint-Germain-des-Prés abbey dating back to the 6th century - that housed the greatest historians of the 17th century - you will easily find the Café de Flore, Les Deux Magots and the Lipp bar. You could visit several libraries and painting galleries and discover a real “art den vivre”. Lose yourself in the surrounding roads, from Saint-Benoît to Odéon, to the indoor market and Saint-Sulpice, and take advantage of the numerous cafés, trendy spots and opulent boutiques of this area that are alive at all hours of the day and night.

 

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SAINT-GERMAINS DES PRÉS

Not far away from the hotel you will find one of the most famous and most romantic areas of Paris: Saint-Germain-des-Prés. There are still echoes of jazz and the festive overtones of the great French intellectuals or artists, like Jean-Paul Sartre, Boris Vian, Simone de Beauvoir, Jacques Prévert, François Truffaut or Juliette Gréco.
In front of the charming Saint-Germain-des-Prés abbey dating back to the 6th century - that housed the greatest historians of the 17th century - you will easily find the Café de Flore, Les Deux Magots and the Lipp bar. You could visit several libraries and painting galleries and discover a real “art den vivre”. Lose yourself in the surrounding roads, from Saint-Benoît to Odéon, to the indoor market and Saint-Sulpice, and take advantage of the numerous cafés, trendy spots and opulent boutiques of this area that are alive at all hours of the day and night.

 

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THE LATIN QUARTER

The Left Bank is known for its universities and its prestigious higher education institutions. The heart of Paris beats to the rhythm of its students! 

For those who like old stone buildings, the Cluny museum (6 Place Paul Painlevé) invites you to travel to the heart of the Middle Ages. A little further away, you can take a romantic tour of the Île de la Cité where, if you can't meet Victor Hugo, you can visit Notre-Dame-de-Paris, the Sainte-Chapelle and the Conciergerie. Walking along the quays, the flower markets and the second-hand book shops, you can't fail to return to the Left Bank to immerse yourself in a very lively area, with unrivalled charm, notably around the Place de la Contrescarpe where you can benefit from the entertainment and the numerous restaurants long into the night.

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THE LATIN QUARTER

The Left Bank is known for its universities and its prestigious higher education institutions. The heart of Paris beats to the rhythm of its students! Sorbonne, medical school, École Normale Supérieure and Collège de France, among others, have been creating this area since the 17th century.

The easily recognisable dome of the Sorbonne, is located not far away from the Arènes de Lutèce (47 Rue Monge). This highlight of Gallic life shows that Paris is well over two thousand years old. Moreover, for those who like old stone buildings, the Cluny museum (6 Place Paul Painlevé) invites you to travel to the heart of the Middle Ages. A little further away, you can take a romantic tour of the Île de la Cité where, if you can't meet Victor Hugo, you can visit Notre-Dame-de-Paris, the Sainte-Chapelle and the Conciergerie. Walking along the quays, the flower markets and the second-hand book shops, you can't fail to return to the Left Bank to immerse yourself in a very lively area, with unrivalled charm, notably around the Place de la Contrescarpe where you can benefit from the entertainment and the numerous restaurants long into the night.

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THE LATIN QUARTER

The Left Bank is known for its universities and its prestigious higher education institutions. The heart of Paris beats to the rhythm of its students! Sorbonne, medical school, École Normale Supérieure and Collège de France, among others, have been creating this area since the 17th century.

The easily recognisable dome of the Sorbonne, is located not far away from the Arènes de Lutèce (47 Rue Monge). This highlight of Gallic life shows that Paris is well over two thousand years old. Moreover, for those who like old stone buildings, the Cluny museum (6 Place Paul Painlevé) invites you to travel to the heart of the Middle Ages. A little further away, you can take a romantic tour of the Île de la Cité where, if you can't meet Victor Hugo, you can visit Notre-Dame-de-Paris, the Sainte-Chapelle and the Conciergerie. Walking along the quays, the flower markets and the second-hand book shops, you can't fail to return to the Left Bank to immerse yourself in a very lively area, with unrivalled charm, notably around the Place de la Contrescarpe where you can benefit from the entertainment and the numerous restaurants long into the night.

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Luxembourg GARDENS and its MUSEUM

One of the most romantic parks in Paris, two minutes away from the hotel. Strewn with classical statues and joggers, this timeless place will immerse you in the Paris of 1900s cinema. Here you will discover the sumptuous Senate Palace and, not far away, the Luxembourg museum that presents very high quality exhibitions all year round (plan queue-cutting tickets).

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Luxembourg GARDENS and its MUSEUM

One of the most romantic parks in Paris, two minutes away from the hotel. Strewn with classical statues and joggers, this timeless place will immerse you in the Paris of 1900s cinema. Here you will discover the sumptuous Senate Palace and, not far away, the Luxembourg museum that presents very high quality exhibitions all year round (plan queue-cutting tickets).

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Luxembourg GARDENS and its MUSEUM

One of the most romantic parks in Paris, two minutes away from the hotel. Strewn with classical statues and joggers, this timeless place will immerse you in the Paris of 1900s cinema. Here you will discover the sumptuous Senate Palace and, not far away, the Luxembourg museum that presents very high quality exhibitions all year round (plan queue-cutting tickets).

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Saint Sulpice church

Built in the 17th century and has foundations from the 12th century, the Saint-Sulpice church is one of the biggest churches in Paris. Inside, you can admire nave, the Lady Chapel with a statue of Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, the vestry and its woodwork in the style of Louis 15th, the 3 masterful paintings by Eugène Delacroix of the Saints-Anges chapel and the Cavaillé-Coll grand organ.

Guided visit of the church at 14:30, every Sunday. Guided visit of the crypts on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month, at 15:30. Visit of the upper sections of the facade (except tours) the 4th Sunday of the month, at 14h. The visit to the crypts and the upper sections of the facade must be booked by telephone or email due to the limited number of participants. Every day, 07:30-19:30.

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Saint Sulpice church

Built in the 17th century and has foundations from the 12th century, the Saint-Sulpice church is one of the biggest churches in Paris. Located in the heart of the 6th arrondissement, in the Saint-Germain-des-Près district, it’s worth a visit. Inside, you can admire nave, the Lady Chapel with a statue of Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, the vestry and its woodwork in the style of Louis 15th, the 3 masterful paintings by Eugène Delacroix of the Saints-Anges chapel and the Cavaillé-Coll grand organ.
The Saint-Sulpice church is one of the Parisian sites where the action of Dan Brown’s “Da Vinci Code”, a 2003 best-seller, takes place.

Guided visit of the church at 14:30, every Sunday. Guided visit of the crypts on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month, at 15:30. Visit of the upper sections of the facade (except tours) the 4th Sunday of the month, at 14h. The visit to the crypts and the upper sections of the facade must be booked by telephone or email due to the limited number of participants.

Every day, 07:30-19:30.

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Saint Sulpice church

Built in the 17th century and has foundations from the 12th century, the Saint-Sulpice church is one of the biggest churches in Paris. Located in the heart of the 6th arrondissement, in the Saint-Germain-des-Près district, it’s worth a visit. Inside, you can admire nave, the Lady Chapel with a statue of Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, the vestry and its woodwork in the style of Louis 15th, the 3 masterful paintings by Eugène Delacroix of the Saints-Anges chapel and the Cavaillé-Coll grand organ.
The Saint-Sulpice church is one of the Parisian sites where the action of Dan Brown’s “Da Vinci Code”, a 2003 best-seller, takes place.

Guided visit of the church at 14:30, every Sunday. Guided visit of the crypts on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month, at 15:30. Visit of the upper sections of the facade (except tours) the 4th Sunday of the month, at 14h. The visit to the crypts and the upper sections of the facade must be booked by telephone or email due to the limited number of participants.

Every day, 07:30-19:30.

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Saint-Germain-des-Pres Church

Founded in 543, Saint-Germain-des-Prés is one of the first Gothic buildings, that contributed to the spread of this new style and is extremely architecturally important. The Saint-Germain-des-Prés church is the oldest of the large Parisian churches. The monastic buildings were rebuilt successively during the 13th century, and an abbey chapel inspired by the Sainte-Chapelle was built by the architect Pierre de Montreuil and dedicated to the Virgin.

Opening hours:
Monday from 09:00 to 20:00
From Tuesday to Sunday from 08:30 to 20:00

Visiting days:
Tuesday, Thursday and the 3rd Sunday of the month at 15:00

 

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Saint-Germain-des-Pres Church

Founded in 543, Saint-Germain-des-Prés is one of the first Gothic buildings, that contributed to the spread of this new style and is extremely architecturally important. The Saint-Germain-des-Prés church is the oldest of the large Parisian churches. The monastic buildings were rebuilt successively during the 13th century, and an abbey chapel inspired by the Sainte-Chapelle was built by the architect Pierre de Montreuil and dedicated to the Virgin.

Opening hours:
Monday from 09:00 to 20:00
From Tuesday to Sunday from 08:30 to 20:00

Visiting days:
Tuesday, Thursday and the 3rd Sunday of the month at 15:00

 

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Saint-Germain-des-Pres Church

Founded in 543, Saint-Germain-des-Prés is one of the first Gothic buildings, that contributed to the spread of this new style and is extremely architecturally important. The Saint-Germain-des-Prés church is the oldest of the large Parisian churches. The monastic buildings were rebuilt successively during the 13th century, and an abbey chapel inspired by the Sainte-Chapelle was built by the architect Pierre de Montreuil and dedicated to the Virgin.

Opening hours:
Monday from 09:00 to 20:00
From Tuesday to Sunday from 08:30 to 20:00

Visiting days:
Tuesday, Thursday and the 3rd Sunday of the month at 15:00

 

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Antiq-Photo

For lovers of photography of cameras and old film cameras, this address is unmissable!

Just in front of the Hôtel le Sénat, halfway between a museum and a curiosity shop, the Antiq-Photo gallery-boutique is a unique world where you can find old cameras, photographic prints and processes from the 19th century, early film cameras, optical toys and scientific instruments.

The gallery-boutique is a sought after location for connoisseurs, collectors and, of course, photographers. Guardian of a thousand and one treasures of the modern technology, it allows visitors to discover the first photographic and cinematographic processes, but also the world of scientific, optical, acoustic, electric or even astronomical toys and instruments

 

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Antiq-Photo

For lovers of photography of cameras and old film cameras, this address is unmissable!

Just in front of the Hôtel le Sénat, halfway between a museum and a curiosity shop, the Antiq-Photo gallery-boutique is a unique world where you can find old cameras, photographic prints and processes from the 19th century, early film cameras, optical toys and scientific instruments.

The gallery-boutique is a sought after location for connoisseurs, collectors and, of course, photographers. Guardian of a thousand and one treasures of the modern technology, it allows visitors to discover the first photographic and cinematographic processes, but also the world of scientific, optical, acoustic, electric or even astronomical toys and instruments

 

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Antiq-Photo

For lovers of photography of cameras and old film cameras, this address is unmissable!

Just in front of the Hôtel le Sénat, halfway between a museum and a curiosity shop, the Antiq-Photo gallery-boutique is a unique world where you can find old cameras, photographic prints and processes from the 19th century, early film cameras, optical toys and scientific instruments.

The gallery-boutique is a sought after location for connoisseurs, collectors and, of course, photographers. Guardian of a thousand and one treasures of the modern technology, it allows visitors to discover the first photographic and cinematographic processes, but also the world of scientific, optical, acoustic, electric or even astronomical toys and instruments

 

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Saint-Germain indoor market

It is under these beautiful archways that the Saint-Germain indoor market is held. Open 6 out of 7 days, where you can find sellers of fruit and vegetables, greengrocers, fishmongers, sellers of roasted meats and international products (Iberian, Italian, Greek...). You must take a peek (or more...) at the Michel Sanders cheese monger counter.

Times: Tuesday to Saturday, 08:00 - 20:00, Sunday, 08:00 - 13:30.

 

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Saint-Germain indoor market

It is under these beautiful archways that the Saint-Germain indoor market is held. Open 6 out of 7 days, where you can find sellers of fruit and vegetables, greengrocers, fishmongers, sellers of roasted meats and international products (Iberian, Italian, Greek...). You must take a peek (or more...) at the Michel Sanders cheese monger counter.

Times: Tuesday to Saturday, 08:00 - 20:00, Sunday, 08:00 - 13:30.

 

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Saint-Germain indoor market

It is under these beautiful archways that the Saint-Germain indoor market is held. Open 6 out of 7 days, where you can find sellers of fruit and vegetables, greengrocers, fishmongers, sellers of roasted meats and international products (Iberian, Italian, Greek...). You must take a peek (or more...) at the Michel Sanders cheese monger counter.

Times: Tuesday to Saturday, 08:00 - 20:00, Sunday, 08:00 - 13:30.

 

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LE BON MARCHÉ
ET LA GRANDE ÉPICERIE

Le Bon Marché is, in addition, supplemented by La Grande Épicerie that can be found at 38 Rue de Sèvres (in front of the Le Bon Marché exit on Rue du Bac). La Grande Épicerie has become a must-see, a claimed pleasure, a privileged moment. A real reference point for gastronomy in Paris, it attracts lovers of exceptional things and the curious from all over the world. This huge food shop knows how to delight your taste buds with more than 3000m2 dedicated to international products. The most discerning foodies will surely find their happiness from among the 25,000 exceptional, rare or traditional products. Open every day, even on Sunday!

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LE BON MARCHÉ
ET LA GRANDE ÉPICERIE

Founded in 1852 by Aristide and Marguerite Boucicaut, the grand Bon Marché shop was the first of its kind in Paris.
The shop also offers a large stationary store and a very full home department.

Le Bon Marché is, in addition, supplemented by La Grande Épicerie that can be found at 38 Rue de Sèvres (in front of the Le Bon Marché exit on Rue du Bac). La Grande Épicerie has become a must-see, a claimed pleasure, a privileged moment. A real reference point for gastronomy in Paris, it attracts lovers of exceptional things and the curious from all over the world. This huge food shop knows how to delight your taste buds with more than 3000m2 dedicated to international products. The most discerning foodies will surely find their happiness from among the 25,000 exceptional, rare or traditional products.

They are open every day, even on Sunday!

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LE BON MARCHÉ
ET LA GRANDE ÉPICERIE

Founded in 1852 by Aristide and Marguerite Boucicaut, the grand Bon Marché shop was the first of its kind in Paris.
The shop also offers a large stationary store and a very full home department.

Le Bon Marché is, in addition, supplemented by La Grande Épicerie that can be found at 38 Rue de Sèvres (in front of the Le Bon Marché exit on Rue du Bac). La Grande Épicerie has become a must-see, a claimed pleasure, a privileged moment. A real reference point for gastronomy in Paris, it attracts lovers of exceptional things and the curious from all over the world. This huge food shop knows how to delight your taste buds with more than 3000m2 dedicated to international products. The most discerning foodies will surely find their happiness from among the 25,000 exceptional, rare or traditional products.

They are open every day, even on Sunday!

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LE PANTHÉON

Near the mythic Montagne Saitne-Geneviève - named after the patron saint of Paris - stands the Panthéon. Currently undergoing renovations, this neoclassical temple was built to the glory of the country’s great literary and political figures. To visit the Panthéon is to immerse yourself in the heart of French history of ideas for an unforgettable moment.

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LE PANTHÉON

Near the mythic Montagne Saitne-Geneviève - named after the patron saint of Paris - stands the Panthéon. Currently undergoing renovations, this neoclassical temple was built to the glory of the country’s great literary and political figures. To visit the Panthéon is to immerse yourself in the heart of French history of ideas for an unforgettable moment.

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LE PANTHÉON

Near the mythic Montagne Saitne-Geneviève - named after the patron saint of Paris - stands the Panthéon. Currently undergoing renovations, this neoclassical temple was built to the glory of the country’s great literary and political figures. To visit the Panthéon is to immerse yourself in the heart of French history of ideas for an unforgettable moment.

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