An outstanding location

Bonsoir Madame is at the crossroads between the Saint Germain neighbourhood and its art galleries, the 7th district of Paris and its antique dealers and the Montparnasse area with many restaurants.

In few minutes from the hotel, you will find yourself in numerous important places of Paris. First, the Jardin du Luxembourg within few meters; then le Bon Marché to enjoy shopping, Saint Sulpice Church nearby, Odéon, Saint Germain des prés and many more… 


The central position in Paris of Bonsoir Madame will allow you to go easily in numerous neighbourhood: the latin quarter with its restaurants, cinemas and art galleries, or Rue Vavin with its small boutiques and restaurants that will lead you to Montparnasse with the train station. 

The Seine river and the different bridges of Paris are just few minutes away and it is worth the walk. You will find on your way, different museums like Luxembourg museum, le Louvre or les Tuileries. 

Finally, with the public transportation nearby the hotel, you will have access to the most beautiful neighbourhoods of the city of lights and be able to loose yourself in all the tiny streets: isn’t it the best way to visit a city as splendid as Paris ?

How to come ?

Parking :
Parking Indigo : 22 rue notre dame des petits champs 
Q Park 33 Rue Saint Placide

From Montparnasse station 
Walk 15 minutes or take line 4 (metro) direction Porte de cLignancourt for 1 station and stop at Saint Placide 

From Nord Station 
Take line 4 (metro) from Gare du Nord (direction Mairie de Montrouge) and stop at Saint Placide 

Bus :
Stop Fleurus line 58 and Line 83
Stop Guynemer Vavin Line 82
Stop Musée du Luxembourg Line 84 and Line 89

Metro : 
Saint Placide and Saint Sulpice Line 4
Rennes and Notre dame des champs Line 12

RER : 
Luxembourg RER B

From Orly Airport
Take the OrlyBus until Denfert Rochereau then take line 4 (metro) from Denfert Rochereau (direction Porte de Clignancourt) and stop at Saint Placide.

From Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport
Take RER B until Luxembourg station then walk through the Luxembourg garden.