Visitors looking for a slice of the Lost Generation will revel in the accomodations at the Hotel Left Bank, nestled just off the boulevard Saint-Germain on the rue de l'Ancienne Comédie in the 6th arrondissement. Besides its proximity to Parisian landmarks like the Café de Flore, Les Deux Maggots, and Brasserie Lipp—popular with Hemingway and the '20s class of literary expatriates—the hotel is rife with antique furnishings, rustic stone walls, exposed beams, and tapestries. Everything about the Left Bank recalls a past so close that it's still present.
Left Bank's stunning ambiance and amenities aside, the hotel's location can't be beat: within striking distance of the Luxembourg Gardens, the Sorbonne, Notre Dame and Île de la Cité, and a short jaunt away from all of the action of the Latin Quarter. A quick right out of the front doors of the hotel, and you're at the Seine in no time, where you can cross the Pont Neuf or des Arts to the Right Bank and timeless attractions like the Louvre and the Tuileries!