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Find a hotel in the 13th district of Paris

Come and spend a weekend or a few days at the B55, our hotel in Paris 13, close to Montsouris Park and the Butte aux Cailles district. Ideally located in the south of Paris, rue Boussingault, the hotel is close to several tourist attractions and accessible by public transport (metro, tramway, RER).The 13th arrondissement of ParisThe 13th arrondissement is characterized by an eclectic architecture and a pleasant and calm atmosphere. The François Mitterrand national library, the Butte aux Cailles district, the banks of the Seine and the Place d’Italie are the main symbols of this arrondissement. The Place d’Italie is home to a large shopping centre, Italie 2, which includes a large number of clothing and shoe shops, food shops, restaurants, etc.The Chinese quarter, typical of all the big cities in the world, is full of Asian restaurants and typical supermarkets. In this district, the Chinese New Year is very famous and is celebrated each year with a parade worthy of the name. This district is found on the Avenue d’Ivry and the Avenue de Choisy.The Butte aux Cailles is a very pleasant area to walk around, with several traditional bars, Parisian brasseries and other nice Parisian restaurants. The neighbourhood also has several works of street art – a real open-air museum – and gigantic frescoes on entire walls, but also pretty cobbled streets and a small village feel.The local swimming pool is also a historical place, dating back to 1924. Take a stroll down the rue de la Butte aux Cailles and the rue des cinq diamants to discover the essence of this district and stop for dinner at Gladines! The Cité Fleurie, on Boulevard Arago, is a haven of peace in the heart of Paris; this green space, which is home to several private residences, is very pleasant to walk around in (if the gate is open…).All of Paris within reach of the 13th arrondissementThe B55, our Paris 13 hotel, is located near the RER B and the Cité Universitaire stop. The Glacière metro station is only a 9-minute walk from the hotel: it is on line 6.The Denfert-Rochereau metro stop (lines 4 and 6) and RER B station provide access to the whole of Paris. Indeed, line 4 serves several tourist sites:Notre-Dame cathedral,The Ile de la Cité,Boulevard Saint-Michel,Boulevard Saint-Germain,Châtelet les Halles and its gigantic underground shopping centre,Les Grands Boulevards and its department stores.The Château Rouge stop on line 4 also provides access to Montmartre and the Sacré-Coeur basilica.Line 6 serves in particular :Place de l’Etoile on the Champs Elysées,Le Trocadéro, Bir-Hakeim (Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars),Montparnasse,Place d’Italie,BercyPlace de la Nation.The RER B is also very convenient to go further to Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport in the north and Orly airport in the south. It will also drop you off more quickly at Châtelet, the Forum des Halles, or the Jardin du Luxembourg to enjoy the fresh air around the Senate. It will also take you directly to the Gare du Nord.On foot, it is also possible to go to several places in Paris without difficulty. Our hotel Paris 13 is 30 minutes from the Luxembourg Gardens, the Jardin des Plantes and the Boulevard Saint-Michel. It will take you 20 minutes to go to the Catacombs of Paris or to Italie 2, 15 minutes to go to the Cité Universitaire or to the Kellermann park for a walk or a jog and only 8 minutes to go to the Montsouris park.Your hotel Paris 13Perfectly located in a quiet Parisian area, the 4-star hotel B55 welcomes you at the 24-hour reception. The hotel features 48 comfortable and well-equipped rooms, nicely decorated around the theme of wine with a very good value for money. All air-conditioned, spacious and modern, the hotel’s rooms include:A flat screen television,A coffee machine,A safe,A minibar,A private bathroom with shower or bathtub,Free high-speed Wi-Fi connection.The standard double room, with shower, is ideal for couples looking for a romantic break. You can ask for a bath, so that you can relax after your day walking around the city!Our hotel Paris 13 also has a family room that can accommodate up to 4 people. It has 2 double beds and 2 single beds and offers a warm and modern atmosphere.The superior double room has a large private terrace with a view of the roofs of Paris!Our hotel Wine & Spa offers you a pleasant stay in Paris. The hotel’s wine decoration is very stylish and elegant. You will enjoy a very special atmosphere thanks to its wine bar and dedicated lounge.The hotel also features a wellness area, with a heated and covered swimming pool and a sauna area to relax after your long day in Paris. To complete your stay, a concierge service is also available to guests.Located in the south of Paris, in a district of the left bank, our hotel Paris 13 welcomes you in its exceptional establishment, in an idyllic setting combining comfort, modernity, relaxation and well-being. The hotel promises you a wonderful stay. Book your hotel in the 13th arrondissement without further delay!

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Covid-19 and hygiene measures for hotels in Paris

To ensure that the Covid-19 crisis does not prevent us from having a good time, Parisian hotels have had to adapt to the mandatory hygiene measures. In order to reassure its clientele, the hotel B55 takes stock of the current situation, and the precautions put in place in the face of the coronavirus.The health risks linked to COVID-19The numerous information on COVID-19, and the more or less reliable sources, can sometimes put us in doubt. Here is what we know about the coronavirus.Its origin: the first signs of the virus were identified in China in January 2020. This coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) is responsible for the COVID-19 disease, which is now a worldwide epidemic.Dangerousness: COVID-19 is extremely contagious. On average, one affected person can infect 3 people.Its symptoms:Fever or feeling of fever;Cough;Headaches, intense fatigue, aches and pains;Loss of smell or taste;Severe diarrhoea;Breathing difficulties of varying severity.Transmission: COVID-19 is transmitted by droplets of saliva, which can be found in sputum (when speaking, sneezing, coughing), on the skin, on objects that the patient touches, or in the air of a confined space.Sanitary measures put in place in Parisian hotels to limit the transmission of the virusAs we have all understood, the best way to slow down the epidemic is to respect barrier measures. To this end, Parisian hotels have put in place several sanitary measures.A scrupulous health protocol :Hotel employees and managers must respect a strict cleaning protocol:Disinfection of room keys between each use;Disinfection of sanitary facilities every hour, with control of the stock of soap, gel and sanitary materials;Recouche (cleaning in the room during the stay) only on request;Disinfection and cleaning of the room ensured one day after the departure of the previous customers. The room remains empty for 1 day between each occupation;Change of equipment for the floor staff between each room (overshoes, gloves, masks and disposable gowns);Wearing of masks for all staff;Closing the swimming pool and spa.New reception habits :All hotels have implemented a new way of working to protect their guests and staff.Hydro-alcoholic gel at the reception desk;Floor markings to respect distances;Limited number of customers in the lobby;Direction of traffic in and out;Quick check-in on tablet, or pre-check-in if possible;No check-out: payment of services is effective upon arrival, and the invoice is sent by e-mail upon the client’s departure;Distance between the breakfast tables, and direction of circulation mandatory;Customised Plexiglas at the entrance, limiting interaction between guests and staff.The hotel B55 has taken all the necessary measures to ensure that you have a peaceful stay.

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What neighborhood of Paris is made for you?

You wish to stay in the French Capital? For a weekend, a business trip, a romantic getaway, or a longer stay, the location of your accommodation will be one of the first selection criteria. The capital is immense, each district has its own identity. So, what neighborhood of Paris is made for you?? The B55 gives you its selection of the 10 best Parisian districts.The Paris district of the MaraisThe Marais district, with its famous Place des Vosges, is one of the oldest districts of the city. Bordered by the Republic, Bastille and Town Hall squares, the Marais offers an atmosphere that is both calm and popular.In this district crossed by the Parisian metro line 1, you will easily find a charming hotel at very affordable prices.The Eiffel Tower neighborhood of ParisThe chic district of the faubourg Saint-Germain is one of the most frequented in Paris, because it is here that we find the most famous monuments of the city: the Eiffel Tower, the Bourbon Palace, the Louvre, the Notre-Dame Cathedral…To stay in this prestigious neighbourhood served by the RER C and the metro, you will need to plan a comfortable budget.The Champs Élysées districtIn the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the Champs-Élysées district embodies luxury and attracts tourists from all over the world. A strategic place to visit the Arc de Triomphe, the Pont Alexandre III and the main monuments of the city of Paris, the Champs Elysees district has many places to stay at competitive prices.The Montmartre neighborhood of ParisThis district of the 18th arrondissement seduces for its lively atmosphere and picturesque pedestrian streets. Metro 12 will drop you off at the foot of the Basilique du Sacré-Cœur, unless you prefer the festive atmosphere of the Moulin Rouge.There are many comfortable hotel residences in the surrounding area that offer very good value for money.The Saint-Germain des Prés neighborhood of ParisThe chic and trendy Saint-Germain-des-Prés district is located in the 6th arrondissement. Art and luxury meet in a typically Parisian bohemian atmosphere. To spend the night in the heart of this district surrounded by the Seine, you will need to plan a comfortable budget.The Saint-Germain-des-Prés metro station is served by lines 4 and 10.The Latin Quarter neighborhood of ParisOn the Left Bank of the Seine, the Latin Quarter is certainly renowned for its joie de vivre. Students and artists meet there and make this historic centre a very friendly and relaxed district.You will stay near the Sorbonne and the Pantheon for one night for less than 100 €, and visit Paris by taking metro lines 7 and 10.The Opéra district in Paris, near the Grands Boulevards, BourseRendezvous in the 9th arrondissement, where art and fashion are king. Shopping addicts will enjoy themselves at the Galeries Lafayette or the Printemps Haussmann, while artists will meet at the Opéra Garnier or one of the many theatres.This district, with its rather expensive accommodation, is very well served by the RER A and the metro.The Bastille – République – Nation districtSymbolic districts, the squares of the Bastille, the Republic and the Nation will delight history lovers. This corner of Paris is also known for attracting trendy young people, thanks to its cultural and artistic venues, such as the Bataclan.Crossed by line 8, the Bastille – République – Nation district offers many luxurious but cheap hotels.The Montparnasse neighborhood of ParisIn the 14th arrondissement, the Montparnasse district welcomes you for a stay at a low price. Take advantage of the many museums and mythical Parisian places. Just like the Montparnasse tower and the Montparnasse cemetery. Or even artists’ studios, in a warm district.Very well served by public transport, the Montparnasse district has many places to walk.The Batignolles neighborhood of ParisAre you looking for a compromise between working-class districts and chic hotels? The Batignolles-Monceau district is perfect for discovering Paris. Peaceful, friendly and cosmopolitan, this district rich in history will make you discover, among others, the Monceau park and the Charles de Gaulle-Étoile and Clichy squares. If the cost of living is rather expensive, its location in the 17th district is ideal.Each district of Paris is full of good addresses that will seduce visitors. Calm or lively, luxurious or popular, you can choose a hotel, a gîte or an apart-hotel according to your budget, your expectations and your personality! Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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What to visit in Paris during your stay?

You have come to visit Paris, but don’t know where to start? Don’t worry, the hotel B55 gives you the right addresses, districts, monuments, museums, parks and gardens that are a must in the city.Visit Paris by districts There are many districts in Paris that function like small villages. Moving from one to the other can sometimes be disconcerting and disorienting! Discovering Parisian museums Museum lovers will not be outdone either! Here is a small but varied panel of Parisian museums to visit in Paris Visit Paris’s unmissable historical monuments The list of Parisian monuments to see is long, very long … Here are the most prestigious, and in our opinion, those not to be missed during your visit to the City of Light! The parks and gardens of the French capital Here, we will not give you an exhaustive list of Parisian parks, not even the biggest or the most beautiful, but the most unexpected and surprising, much more interesting …Paris by neighborhoodThe Marais districtAppreciated by the LGBT community, this neighbourhood is a village in the heart of the city. The Bars, the BHV, the Centre Pompidou, the Picasso museum are the hallucinating backdrop to a play narrating Parisian life.The Latin QuarterThere lives a tasty and thousand-year-old Paris in the arenas of Lutèce, scientific and historical in the Pantheon or the Sorbonne, and at night in the Huchette cellar.The Champs ÉlyséesFrom the Place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe, the pearls of a jewel carved in the words Fouquet’s, Lido, Théâtre du Rond Point … the necklace being the Avenue des Champs Elysée.The Butte MontmartreShopping on rue Lepic, rue des Martyrs or rue Caulaincourt… Lunch before climbing the steps leading to the Sacré Coeur Basilica. There, Paris is at your feet, sublime.Saint Germain-des-PrésIn this place, be the hero of an art magazine. Chic couturiers, literary cafés, rub shoulders with the Académie française, the Odéon theatre, the Beaux-Arts, the Musée d’Orsay?Parisian museumsThe Louvre Museum35,000 works for a thousand-year-old history in which the glass pyramid of Pei (1989) and the glass roof of the Arts of Islam were inscribed. Come in the evening for a night at the museum…L’OrangeraieYou will be dazzled by a series of large formats of Claude Monet’s Water Lilies. What’s next? You will be captivated by the masters: Renoir, Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, Soutine?The Musée d’OrsayHis trademark: an amazing collection of impressionist art. It is also the depositary of artistic creation in all its forms from 1848 to 1914.The Quai Branly MuseumThe Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac exhibits 3,500 works of non-Western primitive art. Its original garden, its gastronomic restaurant and its Café give it a soothing atmosphere.The Georges Pompidou CentreMatisse, Picasso, Dubuffet, Andy Warhol, Niki de Saint Phalle, Anish Kapoor rub shoulders there with infinite pleasure. From the terrace the view of the centre of Paris is… breathtaking.L’atelier des LumièresBetween Bastille and Nation, in a former foundry of 3300 m², the Atelier des Lumières presents magical digital works.Parisian monumentsThe Eiffel TowerBeing dazzled by the view of Paris from the top is an unimaginable emotional charge. Restaurant, champagne bar, glass floor, the beautiful lady will go to great lengths for you!Notre Dame de Paris CathedralThe walk along the bank from the Square Jean XXIII, around the cathedral chevet, offers a splendid view of the towers, the arches, the square! an absolute marvel.The Basilica of the Sacred HeartThis monument sits enthroned at an altitude of 130 metres. Then climb the steps up to the dome for a breathtaking view of Paris.The Arc de TriompheFor a sensational view of the Champs Elysées, the terrace of the Arc de Triomphe is unique. Its arch houses the tomb of the Unknown Soldier.The PantheonSince 1791 the monument has been the temple of great men: Victor Hugo, Voltaire, Rousseau, Zola, Pierre and Marie Curie… And finally, on July 1, 2018, Simone Veil.The most beautiful parks and gardens in ParisThe Garden of the Great ExplorersAlso known as the Marco Polo and Cavelier-de-la-Salle gardens, this green space is an annex of the Luxembourg Gardens, which adjoins the latter. Its masterpiece is the Carpeaux Fountain.The garden of the National Archives5 gardens form a lush green ensemble. The garden of the Hotel de Rohan is the best known. The garden of the hotels of Assy and Breteuil is the most romantic and intimate. All of them form the remarkable floral landscapes of Paris.The Jardin des TuileriesThis place is a creation of André Le Nôtre, today dotted with contemporary sculptures. On its two basins float models of children’s boats.The Catherine Labouré GardenHere a young nun saw the Virgin Mary in the 19th century. Today the contemporary Adam and Eve admire the fruit trees, vine plants and rose arbours.The Park of the Buttes Chaumont25 hectares of surprises are waiting for you on rocky escarpments, in the hollows of valleys and artificial caves. From its peaks, the view of Montmartre is worth the detour. The lake bathes a crowd of wild birds.After visiting Paris, the B55 awaits you for a well-deserved rest…

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Find a hotel Parc Montsouris for a stay in Paris

You are planning to travel to the capital soon to continue your discovery of Paris and your program includes the Parc Montsouris and several sites based on the left bank, all that remains is to find your accommodation. Well, if you really want to make the most of your stay, the best choice is probably our hotel Parc Montsouris. We will explain why…Parc Montsouris, the southern counterpart of the Buttes-ChaumontWhile residents in the north-east of Paris can go for a stroll in the alleys of the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, those living in the south-east of the capital can take advantage of the sumptuous natural setting of the Parc Montsouris to get some fresh air.Yes, it is in the 14th arrondissement that this English style park, created at the end of the 19th century, opens its doors to Parisians and tourists alike. It is possible to go there to stroll, to make the children play, to jog, to cut with the noise of the streets or even to eat, the park sheltering the very famous “Pavillon Montsouris”.Most tourists, however, come here for something else. First of all, they come to discover the special atmosphere and ambience of the large green spaces in the capital. Secondly, they want to admire the cultural heritage of Parc Montsouris. There are several elements that are worth the detour:The remains of the Observatoire de la Marine and the Bureau des LongitudesThe old weather station, now unoccupied, although the sensors on site continue to collect data essential for weather forecasts.La Mire du Sud, a stele reminding us that the meridian of Paris crosses the Parc Montsouris. It is also materializes by the medallions of the “Tribute to Arago” available in nine copies on the site.Finally, thirdly, lovers of exceptional natural areas will be served by strolling through the Parc Montsouris. It actually shelters more than 1400 trees, some of which are remarkable such as the Chinese parasol or the sequoia sempervirens. Many species of birds and even aquatic turtles enjoy this small natural paradise.Our hotel Parc Montsouris for a wonderful stay in ParisWhether you want to take full advantage of the Parc Montsouris or visit Paris, staying at the hotel B55 is a good decision.Indeed, our hotel Parc Montsouris enjoys a strategic location in the 13th district. It is extremely well served by public transportation (bus 21 and 62 at the foot of the hotel, metro line 6 at 600 meters). And it will only take you 5 minutes on foot to reach the Parc Montsouris. In other words, all of Paris is at your disposal! And you will have no difficulty getting to the Catacombs, the Pantheon, the Invalides, the Latin Quarter, the Jardin des Plantes, Paris Expo, etc.Another positive point is that this good geographical location will not be to the detriment of your comfort. Our hotel Parc Montsouris offers pleasant and comfortable rooms. There, you will enjoy relaxing after a day of sightseeing in Paris. Quality services (concierge service, 24-hour reception, swimming pool and sauna area, self-service wine dispenser, etc.) are also available? This will allow you to go even further in the experience if you feel like it.One thing is sure, by reserving a room in our Parc Montsouris hotel…You are sure to have a wonderful stay in Paris !

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Which hotel Montparnasse Alesia to make your stay in Paris a success?

You are planning to visit Paris soon but do not yet know exactly which district you would like to stay in, the following may help you refine your choice. Indeed, a Montparnasse Alésia hotel has many assets that you will be able to take advantage of. So, why not give in to the idea of booking a room in this one?A dive into the dynamic Montparnasse Alesia districtFamous for its bars, trendy restaurants, cinemas, theatres and business district… Montparnasse Alesia is one of the most dynamic areas of Paris. It is therefore not surprising that Parisians and tourists alike flock to the area. Especially at the end of the day.However, the Montparnasse Alesia district is not only a place to have fun. Since it is home to many small shops but also to some sites that every tourist should visit during a stay in Paris.While waiting for the reopening of the Paris Observatory – in the next few months !! – it is possible to go to the Montparnasse cemetery. You’ll find there the tombs of Charles Baudelaire, Guy de Maupassant, Jean Paul Sartre, César, Philippe Noiret or Serge Gainsbourg… And above all these, the Moulin de la Charité, in the middle of the site, which will attract your attention. It is the only survivor of the thirty or so mills present in the past.The Catacombs of Paris, the most important ossuary in the world, is an atypical visit not to be missed if you are passionate about history. Last but not least, don’t miss the panorama from the top of the Tour Montparnasse. After having climbed 196 metres in 38 seconds thanks to the fastest lift in Europe, you will be able to observe Paris and all its monuments and gardens from the sky. Quite simply exceptional!Why book a hotel Montparnasse Alésia?Whether you are travelling to the capital for a business trip, a family holiday or even just a romantic getaway, booking a room in a Montparnasse Alésia hotel can be an excellent choice.Indeed, in addition to benefiting from the dynamism of the district where the hotel is located and its perfect public transport links, you can also take advantage of its proximity to the centre of Paris and the major exhibition centres.At the B55, our Montparnasse Alesia Hotel Montparnasse Alesia, spacious rooms designed to accommodate up to 4 people. It’s quipped with comfortable bedding and en suite facilities and elegantly decorated, await you. Flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi access and air conditioning are also available.The services at your disposal (24-hour reception, concierge service, buffet breakfast, swimming pool, sauna, etc.) contribute to making your stay a unique experience in the capital.You have understood it, for your next Parisian stay, booking a room at the B55 hotel… Our Montparnasse Alésia hotel ! It is the assurance of a great holiday and affordable quality accommodation.

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Which hotel Paris Sud for an unforgettable stay in the capital?

In Paris, each bank of the Seine has its own characteristics and followers. If some are fascinated by the chic and bourgeois architecture of the right bank, many prefer the mysterious and secret alleys of the left bank. The latter’s treasures are numerous and deserve in themselves a stay in the capital, the opportunity to stay in a Paris Sud hotel and live a new experience.The Left Bank, the cradle of ParisIf the right bank today attracts visitors on its Champs-Élysées, in its Louvre Museum or in its Beaubourg Centre, we must not lose sight of the fact that it was still only a swamp when the left bank was already vibrating to the rhythm of Roman customs and traditions. Yes, the left bank is the cradle of the Parisian city. It is here that it is possible to discover the last vestiges of the Roman and medieval times. It is also on the left bank that you will enjoy strolling through charming districts such as the Latin Quarter or Saint-Germain-des-Prés. During your walks, you will be able to soak up the special atmosphere of these “mythical” districts of Paris. If you like surprises, you will sometimes have to push a few porches to discover sumptuous inner courtyards, exceptional gardens or even splendid facades. I promise, the treasures to be discovered are innumerable…A Paris Sud hotel to discover the left bank at your own paceIn order to take full advantage of the Left Bank during your next stay in Paris, it seems appropriate to book a room in a Paris Sud hotel. Of course, its location must be strategic since it must allow you to quickly reach the various sites of interest on foot or by public transport. Yes, in order to optimize your time and to be able to visit a maximum of museums, monuments and gardens, nothing should be neglected. Therefore, choose your hotel Paris Sud and make sure that the Jardin des Plantes, the Pantheon, the Montparnasse Tower, the Musée d’Orsay, the Luxembourg Gardens, the Eiffel Tower, the Lutetia Arena or the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district are easily accessible. You should also pay attention to the comfort of the rooms as the discovery of the left bank guarantees you a busy day. Also, back in your Paris Sud hotel, you should enjoy being able to relax. The presence of a spa is thus a little “extra” that could make all the difference!The hotel B55 is thus a perfect establishment for a successful stay in Paris. Well served by bus and metro, our hotel Paris Sud will allow you to easily discover all the treasures of the left bank. At the same time, it offers spacious, elegantly decorated, well-equipped and particularly comfortable rooms. A spa area will be accessible and many services will be offered to you, the aim being to make you live an unforgettable experience.