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Hotel Signature Saint Germaine in Paris

Located in a beautiful neighborhood, we chose the hotel because it was within walking distance to many of the sights we wanted to see. Our room was clean with comfortable bed, air conditioning, a nice shower, and complimentary water bottles.

Someone was always at the desk to help give directions or advice. Their motto is your home in Paris and they really did make us feel like we were at home.

We arrived in Paris jet-lagged, didn’t speak the language and were trying to get our bearings on where things were located. The staff’s kindness and willingness to give advice on even small things like where to buy metro tickets or having a taxi pick us up at the airport (with an excellent driver who introduced us to Paris as we drove) allowed us to relax and enjoy our time in Paris right away.

Not only did they provide maps with restaurant recommendations within walking distance, but they also gave personal recommendations and made reservations, which was especially helpful since we visited in August when many restaurants were closed for holiday.

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Yes! I stayed there this past May and agree with everything the OP said. You can’t ask for a better location. It’s away from the tourist hoardes with a Metro station right around the corner that is served by lines 10 & 12. I got everywhere I wanted to go with one transfer, if any. . The staff is lovely and Delphine, the owner, is gracious and caring. BTW, she is the woman who takes Rick shopping in the Rue Cler video. Rooms are small but modern and beautifully decorated. I splurged for a balcony room and it was so worth it. Many wonderful cafes nearby. Check out Rue du Bac.

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I too love this hotel. It's in a great area -- very convenient but not right in the thick of tourist central. I like the place so much that I have also stayed at the other two hotels owned by the family and they are quite good as well. During my first stay at the Signature St Germain, on day three of the trip I stopped in a cafe to get my son an omelet. The front desk person was there hanging out with her parents who own the place (it was her day off) and she greeted me like an old old friend.