L'hôtel Minerve est situé à Paris au coeur du Quartier Latin. Official Site of the Hotel Minerve www.parishotelminerve.com with video and online booking . The hotel Minerve is located in Paris in the heart of Latin Quarter.
Angel Aviles McClinton from The Bullfighter's Cafe gets the scoop on how different experiences within the Latino Hispanic community affected the work of Brazilian, Mexican/African American and Puerto Rican/Italian filmmakers and a Nuyorican comedian.
In the heart of the Latin Quarter, the Hotel Au Royal Cardinal receives you in a friendly setting in order to allow you to discover the marvellous sites of Paris.
The Hotel d'Albe is situated in the heart of Paris in the Latin Quarter close to Notre Dame. 3 star hotel.
Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel and Conference Center is a 4-star hotel located on the Left Bank of the Seine River near the Latin Quarter and Saint-Germain-des-Pres.
Hotel des Academies et des Arts is a 3-star hotel located in the heart of Paris near the Latin Quarter, steps from the Luxembourg Gardens, La Coupole, Place Saint Sulpice, Boulevard Saint Germain, and the PanthÃ©on.
Free Wi-Fi access in the hotel
Nestled in the heart of the Left Bank, right by the river Seine, the charming Hôtel Les Rives de Notre-Dame has set its refined decor in a 16th century mansion.
Romantic visitors... welcome ! Windows open on a lovely scene : river banks with their bookdealers, public benches dedicated to lovers, as well as the magnificent Notre-Dame Cathedral, its towers and gargoyles.
The hotel counts 10 comfortable, sound-proofed and very well equipped bedrooms. Each of these has its own individual charm and soft decor; some bedrooms offer a sitting area with a sofa-bed for an extra guest.
Street strollers will love the neighborhood filled with historic monuments and unforgettable sights - Notre-Dame, Ile Saint-Louis, Latin quarter, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Panthéon, Sorbonne -, beautiful old façades, renowned restaurants and boutiques galore. The genuine Parisian "art de vivre"...
Public parking at 200 m.
L'Hôtel des 3 Collèges is situated opposite the Sorbonne, in the heart of the Latin Quarter.
It is located on a quiet street, only minutes away from the Luxembourg Gardens, the Panthéon, and Notre-Dame de Paris.
Inside an 18th century Parisian building, the décor is contemporary and restrained, with beige, blue-grey or brick-red fabrics and light wood furniture.
Breakfast is served in a spacious, bright ground floor lounge, where you are also invited to work or read in your spare time.
The rooms offer all the essential comforts : bath or shower and toilet, a keycard lock, soundproofed windows, a hairdryer, a personal safe, and satellite television. Both a desktop Internet station and high-speed Internet sockets for laptops are available.
The easy access to public transportation makes l'Hôtel des 3 Collèges the ideal location for both business and leisure travelers.
Internet access free open 24H and updated Air Conditionning system
Disabled access rooms.
With its flamboyant facade and elegant decor, the Hotel Claude Bernard welcomes you in the very heart of cultural and artistic Paris. Among its famous neighbours, the Hotel Claude Bernard counts the Pantheon, the Sorbonne University, and Notre-Dame. Unique walks around Saint-Germain-des-Pres and the hot Latin Quarter will charm you beyond expectations.
The hotel has a warm and friendly atmosphere, the rooms are adorned with flowery balconies and are all very well decorated with soft touches of nice fabrics and antique furniture.
All the rooms are equipped with air-conditioning. Set in an historical quarter, the Hotel Claude Bernard does its best to offer its guests comfort in style. Fully equipped meeting rooms available.
2 min by walk from Metro Line 10 (Maubert-Mutualité Station) : direct to Parc des Princes stadium (20 minutes) - 5 min by walk from RER line B (Saint Michel Station) : direct to Saint-Denis stadium (30 minutes)
Free Wi-Fi access in the hotel
Putting your luggage down at the Hotel du Levant is like opening a chapter on the art of living and surrender yourself to the romance and enchantment of old Paris.
Amid the hustle and bustle of the capital, the Hotel du Levant appears as a haven of peace in the very heart of the renowned, picturesque and lively Latin Quarter.
Owned by the same family for four generations, the Hotel du Levant has successfully adapted its comfortable rooms to changing tastes over the years, without ever sacrificing its quintessential charm.
The Hotel du Levant nestles within walking distance of many of Paris´s most spectacular sights: the Ile de la Cité, Notre-Dame Cathedral, the banks of the river Seine, the Grands Boulevards of Saint Germain and Saint Michel: a stroller´s paradise!!
Several car parks in the vicinity.
Direct links to airport and train stations - RER Line B and RER Line C.
INTERNET CONNECTION AVAILABLE IN ALL ROOMS
Official video Minerve Hotel www.parishotelminerve.com with video and online booking . The hotel Minerve is located in Paris in the heart of Latin Quarter.
A short vignette capturing the unveiling of the plaque at the legendary Beat Hotel by Jean-Jacques Lebel.
With Eddie Woods - Oliver Harris - Jean Jacques Lebel - Lee Harris - River Styx
The Beat Hotel was a small, run-down hotel of 42 rooms at 9 Rue Gît-le-Cœur in the Latin Quarter of Paris, notable chiefly as a residence for members of the Beat poetry movement of the mid-20th century
Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky first stayed there in 1957 and were soon joined by William Burroughs, Derek Raymond, Harold Norse and Gregory Corso, as well as Sinclair Beiles. It was here that Burroughs completed the text of Naked Lunch  and began his lifelong collaboration with Brion Gysin. It was also where Ian Sommerville became Burroughs' 'systems advisor' and lover. Gysin introduced Burroughs to the Cut-up technique and with Sommerville they experimented with a 'dream machine' and audio tape cut-ups. Here Norse wrote a novel, Beat Hotel, using cut-up techniques . Ginsberg wrote a part of his moving and mature poem Kaddish at the hotel and Corso wrote the mushroom cloud-shaped poem Bomb.
Full version to be screened at the Portobello Film Festival 2009
In the 13th century, the University of Paris was founded on the south bank of the Seine River. Soon after, the area became to be known as the Latin Quarter for the language passers-by would hear on the street. Today the Latin Quarter makes up the core of Paris' Left Bank, offering a variety of ethnic restaurants, tangled lanes, and the city's famous cafe scene. For more information on the Rick Steves' Europe TV series — including episode descriptions, scripts, participating stations, travel information on destinations and more — visit www.ricksteves.com.
The View Season: 17 Episode: 10 Barbara joins the party at The Latin Quarter!
live from the latin quarter
De su concierto en el Latin Quarter