The Hotel Minerve is located in Paris’ Latin Quarter on the Rue des Ecoles close to the Cardinal Lemoine Metro stop. It has 54 rooms in two buildings. The room that can accommodate a family of five (5) is actually a double and a triple that combine into a suite with two bathrooms. We stayed here four nights with our three young teenagers. Hotel Minerve also has a quad which consists of two beds and a day bed with a trundle underneath.
Secure parking is available for a fee. Wireless internet is available, and rooms have a TV. Air conditioning throughout the hotel. Breakfast is served for an extra charge in the basement breakfast room. There is a coffee machine which produced palatable coffee and hot chocolate and a vending machine with cold drinks next to it.
Please note the elevator is tiny and so with the comings and goings of many guests the stairs are the fastest option. The hotel staff was friendly and patient — our favorite being the all night front desk manager.
The location was perfect as far as walking distance to the Isle de St. Louis, Isle de la Cite, Jardin du Luxembourg and the Cluny Museum. The hotel is also near a number of restaurants and the Rue Mouffetard which has many reasonably priced restaurants. We ate coffee and pastries at the Patisserie across the street. The lady serving at the patisserie could not have been more friendly.
We took the RER/Metro in from the D’Orly airport with no problem, but because of the earliness of our flight out of Paris we booked an airporter through the hotel to Charles de Gaulle airport.
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Hotel Minerve Paris
13 Rue des Ecoles
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Tips and Reservation Info
Use the hotel's online reservation system, or contact the hotel directly to reserve a room for 5. Phone, email, or send an online message via the hotel website's "contact" page.