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Hotels in Paris near Paris Montparnasse Station

It’s easy to locate the 14th arrondissement from any point in Paris—simply look for the monolithic Montparnasse Tower on the skyline and voilà! This controversial skyscraper divided local opinion when it was first built, but has confounded its critics to become one of the city’s most iconic structures. The surrounding district is a charming and characterful mix of quiet residential streets and lively restaurants and bars, with the Cité Universitaire international student quarter at its heart.

Hotels in the 14th arrondissement


Hotels near Montparnasse Tower are plentiful and varied, ranging from budget hostels catering for the neighborhood’s fluctuating student population to high-end luxury hotels designed to satisfy international travelers in search of Parisian chic and comfort. 3-star hotels near Montparnasse Tower include the Hotel Agenor, a traditional-style hotel in the heart of the historic Belle Epoque district, or the more contemporary Hôtel Mistral, where you can dine on a charming patio surrounded by fragrant flowers and shrubs. Hôtel Suites Unic Renoir Saint Germain, located on a quiet street close to the famous Rive Gauche Latin quarter, also offers serviced suites and studios, which are ideal for longer stays.

Things to see in the 14th arrondissement


Get your bearings with a trip to the top of Montparnasse Tower—the observation deck on the 56th floor is famous for its perfect views of the Eiffel Tower! Back at ground level, wander through Montparnasse Cemetery to spot the headstones of legendary local residents including Jean-Paul Sartre, Charles Baudelaire, and Samuel Beckett. One of the more popular attractions in the 14th arrondissement is a tour of the atmospheric Paris Catacombs, a network of underground tunnels dating back to Roman times, now lined with skulls and bones removed from overcrowded Paris cemeteries during the 18th and 19th centuries. The Fondation Cartier is a museum of contemporary art founded by the watchmaker and jeweler Cartier, and offers a changing program of exhibitions by established and up-and-coming artists as well as an eclectic permanent collection. The Cité Universitaire is well worth a visit to admire the wide-ranging architectural styles of its buildings, designed by different nations to accommodate students and researchers from all over the world.

Good for students and solo travelers


The main artery of the 14th arrondissement is Boulevard du Montparnasse, a lively strip of bars and restaurants populated night and day by an ever-changing population of fun-seeking visitors and locals. The neighborhood is a popular hangout for students from the Cité Universitaire and backpackers snatching a few days in the capital before heading off for pastures new. This bohemian melting-pot is a great place to make new friends and maybe share some adventures. Cheap hotels near Montparnasse Tower are plentiful, so you can stretch your budget further while still being within walking distance of all the sights.

How to get to the 14th arrondissement


If you’re arriving in Paris via Charles de Gaulle or Orly airports, the RER rapid transport system will deliver you swiftly to Gare Montparnasse. This station is a busy terminus for France’s excellent high-speed railway network, with connections to other European capitals. Getting around the 14th arrondissement is simple and easy, with numerous metro, bus, and tram lines crisscrossing the neighborhood and connecting with all the major public transportation hubs. The atmospheric residential streets around Montparnasse Tower are equally rewarding to explore on foot.

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