The season for this holiday is:
01 March - 31 October 2019
Hotel Saint Paul Rive Gauche, 2 nights: 01 March - 31 October 2019
Start any day | End by latest date(s) shown above
|Starting||Add on 2 nights||Single supplement|
|1 - 30 March||£210||£160|
|31 March - 20 July||£240||£180|
|21 July - 30 August||£210||£160|
|31 August - 20 October||£240||£180|
|21 - 29 October||£210||£160|
Includes accommodation and meals as described. No travel is included as it is assumed that you are travelling via the city as part of your main Inntravel holiday.
Getting between Gard du Nord railway station (Eurostar terminus) and St. Germain district:
•Bus: 20-minute journey every 15 minutes
•Metro: 15-minute journey, frequent departures
Getting between Charles de Gaulle airport and St. Germain district:
•Train: 35-minute journey every 15 minutes
More information on Paris airports here >
If you are flying via a different airport and would like us to arrange connecting travel, please contact us for a quotation.
Room upgrades (£ per person per night)
|Hotel St Paul Rive Gauche|
|Superior: 01 Mar - 31 Oct 2019||£13|
Extra nights (£ per person per night) in a double or single room
|Hotel St Paul Rive Gauche (B&B)||Double room||Single room|
|01 Mar - 30 Mar 2019||£92||£164|
|31 Mar - 20 Jul 2019||£105||£185|
|21 Jul - 30 Aug 2019||£92||£164|
|31 Aug - 20 Oct 2019||£105||£185|
|21 Oct - 31 Oct 2019||£92||£164|
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This 3-day trip to Paris was excellent throughout. The travel was made easy and problem-free. We really enjoyed exploring the area all around us on the Rive Gauche with the help of inntravel’s material which was accurate and informative, with good restaurant recommendations.
A highlight was sitting in a bar watching France beat Uruguay in the World Cup!
This was a fabulous trip. We especially enjoyed the small, family-owned hotel we stayed in that was our second hotel on our route. The chef and proprietor was a third-generation chef - taking over from his father and grandfather. The wife personally served us. The kids made the atmosphere friendly and family-like. It was like staying with a French family with first-class food.
The final hotel, the Relais St. Anne, is like an aristocratic haven -- within the closed walls, among the grassy plants, within the dining rooms, you find incredible duck pate, friendly French dogs, hotel staff that will make a fire for you while you drink citron pressé and play cribbage in a sitting room, a room like a small suite from Versailles with antique French furniture and a bathtub with jacuzzi jets.
The long walks inbetween hotels were filled with orchards, long stretches of open fields dotted thickly with wildflowers, thick, green forests, cliffs, river crossings; in short, the terrain was magnificent and varied - apart from the time we spent passing through the medieval-like towns and examining the ruins and still-used churches and houses, we were mostly on our own. We enjoyed perfect solitude amidst the hum of the countryside, occasionally passing a donkey or two - which we fed with apples - or an abandoned cazelle (shepherd's hut) built of stone. Moss-covered decaying stone walls followed us on either side of our path as we left towns. Then after long journeys through open country, field and forest, we would arrive at small hamlet or town and find delicious food and very gracious, courteous hosts. We spent one afternoon in the town of Martel, our final destination, in a cafe - there was no food served at that time, it being past lunch and before dinner, and many places were closed at the time, but the owner found us a real large homemade local sausage and several thick hunks of cheese and we ate those and my wife drank Belgian fruit syrup infused beer and I drank citron pressé after citron pressé and we played cribbage and she chatted with the servers in French (which I don't speak).
The hotel in Paris was elegant, helpful, located in a wonderful area near incredibly fine restaurants and services. What an amazing trip! We can't wait to book our next trip.
We have just completed three separate walking and cycling holidays in France and Spain with InnTravel which we so enjoyed. They were the perfect blend of activity and sloth in areas of great historical and cultural interest. Being of mature age, we found the concept of staying two nights in one place a great one, allowing us independence and flexibility as to how to spend the second day. Also we very much appreciated the way the holiday details were put together and presented. Our satisfaction with our chosen tours is a result of InnTravel's knowledge and experience of what makes a great holiday. Thoroughly recommend their services and will be booking with them again, when we are next in the northern hemisphere.
[INNTRAVEL NOTE: These customers followed a stay in Paris with our Paths to Rocamadour walking holiday, then did our Canal du Midi cycle and finally our Collioure to Cadaqués walk.]