On Saturday the 23rd of February we had the privilege to stay at the Hôtel le Sénat that is based in the 6th Arrondissement which is also known as the Latin Quarter. The 6th Arrondissement features a surrounding of many historical Museums and the Latin Quarter. This Quarter has been around for over 700 years where many important writers and artists have walked around to attend the Universities close by. Exploring this area really made me aware of the beauty that it is surrounded by nice gardens especially the most famous - The Luxembourg Gardens.
While one also strolls through the 6th District - they have an amazing Cafe & Restaurant Scene like the Brasserie Lipp or Le Bon Marche.
Now the Hotel itself - according to the Marketing and Communication Manager- is a place one wants to feel at home and also provides a warm athmosphere. This was something I can also confirm as one feels like one has entered a quiet place where one has privacy from the loud streets of Paris. The staff itself also provide advice for any local restaurants/bars or parks that could be nice to visit. Through the fact that one can ask the staff - one can also feel how the staff really cares about their customers and also want the best for their customers.
The hotel is mainly a hotel that is for couples who want to explore Paris and who enjoy to feel at home in a quiet hotel in a very quiet street at night.
The busiest time of this hotel is June - that is when it is a beautiful time to experience Paris and one can join the view from the gardens and restaurant.
For the rooms - they have various of rooms that go from Superior Rooms - Deluxe Rooms - Terrace Duplex - Suites and Family Rooms.
With the elegance style - the Terrace Duplex was the one I have tried. It includes a downstairs and an upstairs where the downstairs has a TV, a couch, a desk, a toilet and a closet with a safe inside. The view from the window downstairs was beautiful and looks down to the streets. Going upstairs there was the bathtub and a sink with complementary kits to refresh oneself. This also included various of towels and quality soap from L'Occitane. Continuing - was the bedroom with a Double Bed and an outstanding view to the terrasse - where one could see the Eiffel Tower, The Sacre Coeur and the Notre Dame. Which at night one can see the beautiful lights and enjoy the view in peace.
An additional compliment to the hotel is that they provide a cell phone free of charge for guests who need to find their way to restaurants or who would need a phone for a day trip.
For the breakfast - they had a variety of choices for food like Cereal, Yogurt, Fresh Juice, Bread, Ham, Salmon, Eggs, Bacon, Sausages, Pancakes and many other spreads to put on bread.
In the Lobby they also feature an alcohol and coffee station where one could drink some coffee or also have a variety of alcohols they provided.
This Hotel really made sure to take care of ones needs as much as possible and succeeded as well in what they do. I would recommend this Hotel.
10 Rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris