An exceptional situation
Bonsoir Madame hotel benefits from a privileged location in the heart of the historic center of Paris, in the 6th arrondissement, at the crossroads of the villages of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Odéon and Montparnasse.
Perfectly served by public transport, the hotel allows you to conquer these unique districts, but also to travel around Paris easily. The Eiffel Tower, Galeries Lafayette, Montmartre... All the treasures of the City of Light await you!
To fully experience the life of the city, do not hesitate to walk the streets. In just a few minutes on foot, you will cross the the Seine and its characteristic bridges, Notre Dame Cathedral or the Louvre and the Tuileries. Let yourself go for a stroll and get ready to be surprised!
Saint-Placide and Saint-Sulpice Line 4
Rennes and Notre-Dame-des-Champs Line 12
Luxembourg RER B
Bus: Fleurus stop line 58 and line 83
Stop Guynemer Vavin Line 82
Luxembourg Museum stop Line 84 and Line 89
Private paying car parks are located near the hotel:
Indigo Saint-Sulpice car park:
Link to reserve your place and benefit from preferential rates
Indigo car park: 22 rue Notre Dame des Champs, 75006
Q Park 33 Rue Saint-Placide, 75006
Montparnasse Station :
Walk 15 minutes on foot or take line 4 during one station to Saint-Placide
Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est:
Take line 4 from Gare du Nord to Saint-Placide
Airport taxi fares are regulated. From the 6th arrondissement, count 30 euros for Orly and 55 euros for Roissy.
By transport, from Orly, take the OrlyBus to Denfert-Rochereau then the line 4 to Saint-Placide. From Charles-de-Gaulle, take the RER B to Luxembourg.
A unique neighborhood
Enjoying a stay at Bonsoir Madame is to soak up the soul of an arrondissement, the 6th, which means of elegant ladies, writers, artists and trendy Parisians. Here, the history of Paris can be read in the streets: the Saint-Sulpice Church, the Procope (oldest café in Paris), the catacombs, the Senate...
Much more than a witness to the history of the city, the district is also, and above all, a small dynamic village where the Parisian art of living is celebrated on a daily basis.
Thus, art lovers will be delighted to discover the galleries and antiques shops of the 7th arrondissement. For shopping, you will find all the jewels of fashion here: cutting-edge designers, private boutiques or the iconic Bon Marché.
Finally, do not miss to enjoy a drink on the terraces of the legendary brasseries of Saint-Germain such as the Café de Flore or the Deux Magots, which have seen Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir or Picasso pass by.
All this, just a few minutes walk away... And isn't that, after all, the best way to visit a city as beautiful as Paris?