A few steps from the Hôtel Saint-Germain, you can visit the Maillol Museum and its collection of 20th-century modern art, the Rodin Museum and its 6,600 sculptures or the Musée d’Orsay, a reference museum on Western painting and sculpture from 1848 to 1914.

Only five metro stations away from the hotel, you can continue your discovery at the Louvre Museum, one of the most important cultural sites and the most visited museum in the world with its many collections and unpublished pieces.

Not to be missed: a visit to the art galleries of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the antique dealers of the Carré Rive Gauche.

Near the hotel, you can also choose to stroll along the Seine banks, at the Jardin des Tuileries or in the Jardin du Luxembourg.

Finally, finish your walk by visiting the Chapel of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, located 5 minutes walk from the Hôtel Saint-Germain. It is in this chapel on rue du Bac, which has become a world-famous place of pilgrimage, that Saint Catherine Labouré had the apparitions of the Virgin Mary and the revelation of the Miraculous Medal in 1830.


A few minutes’ walk from Hotel Saint-Germain, there’s a real shoppers’ paradise for you to enjoy.

Le Bon Marché department store is located just five minutes from the hotel. Opened in 1838, it was the world’s first department store, which has become one of the capital’s most prestigious places to shop! In this place of unique architectural design, today you’ll find the most beautiful objects from all over the world.

Those with a passion for decorative design can then enjoy a visit to the Conran Shop; the legendary boutique on the Left Bank, or wander around the many antique shops and art galleries in the area or the prestigious furniture boutiques of Boulevard Saint-Germain and Boulevard Raspail.

Continue a little further, and you’ll be in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Quietly enjoy the hustle and bustle of the neighbourhood on the terrace of the legendary Café de Flore or Les Deux Magots.


Hotel Saint-Germain is located in the heart of a neighbourhood that has everything to delight its gourmet guests.

The Rue du Bac with its many food stores has retained a ‘village’ feel. With a butcher, fishmonger, cheesemaker, baker, patissier and even a chocolatier; everything’s there as the hotel is immersed in a place that’s part of real ‘Parisian’ life.

A two-minute walk from Hotel Saint-Germain, discover the Beaupassage food and shopping district. With its original architectural design and atmosphere, it’s a bubble preserved from the hustle and bustle of the city. With dining concepts created by great starred chefs Thierry Marx, Anne-Sophie Pic and Yannick Alleno, it’s the new meeting place for aesthetes and epicureans. Trust us; it’s worth a visit.

Located in front of Le Bon Marché, La Grande Epicerie de Paris with its incredible diversity of dishes and products is also a place that’s not to be missed A real gastronomic reference in Paris, it attracts experts of exceptional cuisine and epicureans from throughout the world. Not to be missed: the unrivalled Cave à Vins.

For classic gastronomy, bistronomy, Asian cuisine or grab a quick lunch … you’ve chosen the right neighbourhood! Please do not hesitate to contact our concierge service. We’ll be happy to advise and guide you.