The British atmosphere in the heart of the Latin Quarter
So British! Villa Pantheon knows the cozy atmosphere of English bars where leather club chairs mixes with that of Chesterfield. Into the room of breakfasts, slipped one of these attractive upholstered sofas in which to immerse themselves in the press of the day with a glass in hand.
The woodwork, thick curtains and oiled parquet rooms maintain a warm feeling of intimacy. The duplex attic could become your pied-a-terre favored unless you prefer the room with stunning views of the Pantheon.
Right in Saint-Germain-des-Près, the courtyard and the vertical garden are welcome to forget the rumors of the capital.
The little intellectual universe of Paris was already bubbling in the 17th century, taking over Saint-Germain-des-Près and the Latin Quartier, so named because of the university courses given there in the language of the ancient Romans. Though the language may be dead, the student tradition still lives on! Around the Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Près, everything is evocative of the intellectual existentialists who established the intellectual reputation of Paris in the 1960s.
The hotel strenghts
- The oiled parquet flooring in the rooms
- The Duplex with a view of the Pantheon
- The woodworks in the rooms
- The "So Scottish" Bar
- The inner courtyard
- The hotel location