Hotels in Latin Quarter - Pantheon (5 arr.)

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What you should know about Latin Quarter - Pantheon (5 arr.)

Take a step back in time in the 5th arrondissement, an ancient quarter of Paris celebrated for its educational and intellectual achievements. Roman ruins remind visitors of the long history of this area on the left bank of the Seine, and museums celebrate subjects as diverse as natural history, the scientific work of Pierre and Marie Curie, and everyday life in medieval times. Named after the celebrated Sorbonne University, where students communicated in Latin right up to the Revolution, the Latin Quarter has long been regarded the beating heart of the City of Light.

Hotels in the 5th arrondissement


Hotels are the main type of accommodation in the 5th arrondissement, and there is a decent range of prices and levels of luxury available. Despite the relative affluence of this area, it's still possible to find a good-quality budget hotel in the Latin Quarter. If you're looking for a hotel near the Pantheon, why not opt for the highly rated Hotel des Grands Hommes, an elegant 18th-century building within walking distance of the Luxembourg Gardens. For luxury accommodation in the Latin Quarter, look no further than the Hotel Les Dames du Pantheon, a 4-star hotel with exquisitely designed interiors and stunning views of the Pantheon.

Things to see in the 5th arrondissement


Begin your exploration of the 5th arrondissement by delving into the city's Roman history at the Arènes de Lutèce amphitheater, which was used as a theater, circus, and sporting arena when it was built in the 1st century A.D. Continue your Roman journey at the Musée de Cluny, where you'll find the remains of Roman thermal baths, then while away the afternoon in the peaceful surroundings of the Jardin des Plantes (botanical gardens). The spectacular church of the Pantheon is the final resting place of a number of celebrated French figures including Voltaire, Rousseau, and Marie Curie and is well worth a visit. Perhaps one of the most popular attractions in the Latin Quarter is Notre Dame Cathedral. This 12th-century masterpiece of Gothic architecture draws visitors in their droves who come to gaze at its intricate façade, stately bell towers, and glorious rose windows.

Good for history lovers


The 5th arrondissement is the perfect place from which to dive into the multifaceted 2,000-year history of this beautiful city. From Roman theaters to medieval universities, the buildings of the Latin Quarter stand testament to days gone by. A vacation in the Latin Quarter provides a great opportunity to explore different aspects of Parisian history, from medieval life in the Museum of the Middle Ages to the perfectly preserved Curie laboratories in the Musée Curie. For an entirely different experience, why not explore the fascinating evolution of animal species and anatomy in the Museum of Natural History?

How to get to the 5th arrondissement


If flying into Paris, you can get from Charles de Gaulle-Roissy Airport to your hotel in the 5th arrondissement is just under an hour. At 30 minutes away, Orly Airport is a little closer. The RER B train will bring you from Charles de Gaulle airport to Luxembourg, just inside the 5th arrondissement. The same train line also connects with Antony station, near Orly. The 5th arrondissement is well-served by metros and buses, with 2 metro lines (7 and 10) running through the neighborhood. It's also a very convenient and enjoyable area to traverse on foot.

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