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Location

How to go to the Hotel & Spa La Belle Juliette

Airports

Getting to and from the hotel from the airport couldn't be simpler; there's a direct train RER B that takes just 30 minutes to either Roissy Charles de Gaulle or Orly airports. Change at Denfert Rochereau for metro line 4 and stop at Saint Placide.
 

Car park

2 parking are available under the Hotel
or
Rue Velpeau - Parking Vinci Sèvres-Babylone (5 minutes à pied)
 

Metro 

Line 4 : Saint Placide
Line 10 : Sèvres Babylone or Vaneau
Line 12 :  Sèvres Babylone
Line 13 : Duroc


Bus 

Lines 28, 39, 70, 83, 84, 87, 89, 92, 94


Station 

Montparnasse station (10 minutes walk)
Austerlitz station (direct with line 10)
​Gare du Nord station (direct with line 4)

Tourism

Culture

By continuing down rue du Cherche-midi you will reach the enticing rue du Dragon, and parallel to that, rue des Saints- Pères, both brimming with luxury boutiques. You can also relax at the historic Café de Flore on boulevard Saint Germain and taste the exquisite cakes at Pierre Hermé on rue Bonaparte or Philippe Contini on rue du Bac. 

Continue your walk towards rue de Grenelle, find rue du Four and stop at place Saint Sulpice to admire the church and majestic fountain. Discover the Abbaye-aux-bois, Juilette's last home on rue Récamier. 

The area of Saint-Germain has a real soul to it thanks to the power of attraction it has had over intellectuals since the 17th century. During their time in Saint-Germain, these intellectuals have left a lasting imprint of their talent, giving the streets a vibrant, literary air. 

Situated 10 minutes from the Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay, 10 minutes from the Jardin du Luxembourg and 5 minute walk from the Saint Germain church.

 

Nearby

In the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, a few steps away from the famous "Bon Marché" department store and less than a 10-minute walk from the Jardin du Luxembourg, boulevard Saint-Germain and the Saint-Sulpice church.

Shopping

Going out

Café de Flore, Les Deux Magots, Brasserie Lipp, Le Petit Journal, Le Bon Marché... whether you're looking for the style of Saint Germain or the liveliness of the Latin Quarter, the best restaurants, famous cafes and swinging jazz clubs are all close by.
 

Shopping

From the designer boutiques of Saint Germain to the so chic Bon Marché department store, shop like a real Parisian: with style.

IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche

Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche

Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche is the first department store in the world to have seen the light of day. Located Rue de Sèvres, a few steps from the Hotel & Spa La Belle Juliette, it opened its doors in 1852 in Paris. Today, thanks to its refined atmosphere, its sharp selection of products and its high-end service, Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche is the most selective Parisian department stores. You will find fashion woman, man and child, accessories, tableware ... Everything to please you ! Open everyday. 10am to 8pm on Mondays to Saturdays. Until 8:45pm on Thursdays. On Sundays 11am to 8pm.

LA CANTINE DU TROQUET

LA CANTINE DU TROQUET

It’s in the mythical neighborhood of Saint-Germain that the 4th Cantine du Troquet decides to establish. Nathalie and Benjamin are here to respect the true values of The Cantine: carefully chosen local products, simple and tasteful meals, happily served by a passionate team. Typical french food, cooked with quality. Opened from Monday to Friday Lunch from 12 pm to 2.30 pm Diner from 7 pm to 10.45 pm

Restaurant Le Christine

Restaurant Le Christine

The Restaurant Le Christine offer a traditional French food revisited by the Chef Remi Poulain. Open for lunch from Monday to Friday from 12 am till 2:30 am and for the dinner every evening from 6:30 am. Also open on ban holidays.

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