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Best Western Plus Quartier Latin Pantheon

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Impressed initially by the decor and feel of this modern hotel, which was a pleasant change. Ideal location for a few days of business and parking was close by. However, I was sadly let down a few times... The hotel states all rooms are “air conditioned”, in the dictionary the definition: "a system for controlling the humidity, ventilation, and temperature in a building or vehicle, typically to maintain a cool atmosphere in warm conditions". I called the reception, only to be told it doesn’t cool, it only heats. To get fresh air I had to open the windows at night for two days and was woke up continuously to traffic horns and drunken idiots screaming until 4am. Had I known this I would have booked elsewhere as this was the main reason I booked this hotel. Breakfast was literally a joke with no fresh whole fruit and a few pieces of meat on a plate. Opted for the boil your own eggs and stale toast for 13 euros!! Overall: I walked away after two nights feeling short changed, very tired, and un-refreshed. Positives: Shower was awesome! | Chinese takeaway a few doors down | Scandinavian Salad at the cafe on the corner | Great location. Negatives: Air conditioning - Unenthusiastic staff- Breakfast -> eat elsewhere

We stayed for 3 nights. The location was just fantastic, the main reason we choose the hotel. 3 minute walk to Place Monge metro and a couple of minutes to rue mouffetard and all it's restaurants and shops. The room was comfortable and very clean. We didn't try the breakfast as preferred to set off at the beginnnig of the day no find someone out and about. One day, we walked from the hotel to the Notre Dame and along the river to the arc de triomphe and then the Eiffel Tour. The location really s very good. Staff on front desk always obliging and helpful, once giving us directions to the Pantheon and also booking the shuttle to return to CDG Airport. A fantastic stay. We will return.

We arrived after a late train journey at the hotel. Sadly we were met my quite a grumpy male receptionist who could barely manage a smile despite our efforts to be nice . The hotel Itself was located with a nice reception area and clean but very small rooms which were cleverly designed to make the most of the space. For the price this is fine. The broadband was very slow less than 1meg so don’t expect to work or Skype anyone. Our departure in the morning was a very pleasant experience with a different man on reception. I’m not sure I’d rush back but it was fine. I’d probably pay the extra for a bigger room, better Wi-fi and service. The bed was very comfy so for a solo traveller who just needs to sleep this is probably the right place for you.

There were 12 of us on a weekend in Paris and this hotel was great location, clean, and nice rooms. Some staff were excellent others not so great. Beautiful bakery across from hotel where hot drinks and pastries made a great Parisian start to the day!

This property has the potential to earn a higher rating; however, their "free internet" was iffy at best and usually none-existent. This was a major nightmare for my travel mate who was on a working vacation and often at risk of missing important deadlines due to the spotty internet. When you could get internet access it was only for about 5 minutes and then the network connection would drop. During my 6-days stay, I probably tried to log back on to the internet at least 100 times. We even had problems with the computer in the lobby. Staff also was iffy. While they were all very polite, some were great while others were cluelessly inappropriate. As we returned rather late from dinner one extremely cold, rainy evening, the desk clerk yelled out to my travel mate just as we were about to enter the hotel. When she walked over, he clerk asked her to stand in the street to hold the parking space directly in front of the hotel so that he could repark his Mercedes. Turns out his car was only 3 cars down from the space he asked her to stand in the rain to hold! Although the hotel is kept clean, their housekeeping staff was pretty much the same. Some days they didn't bother to remove or replace dirty dishes. During the entire stay they only provided one tiny bar of soap for two people for both bathing and washing hands at the sink. Fortunately, I always travel with my own brand of soap. They also always had to be asked for enough towels. On the positive side, the location is great. There are restaurants, bakeries, and grocery stores directly across the street or within a couple of blocks. It's also very close to the metro and by French standards, it's not too far a walk to some major landmarks like Norte Dame. I didn't try the breakfast, but my friend thought it was a good deal for the money. Overall, if you don't need or care about the internet and like us, don't mind a small room, this property might be okay for a value-conscience traveler because it's definitely clean, quiet, and well-located. However, I won't return unless they can assure me that they have fixed their internet connection problems.

Wen enjoyed our one week stay here. It is clean, tidy and modern and it is an easy walk down to the river to start tourist points. The rooms is small but functional as is the bathroom. This is the norm in Paris I think. The staff were all nice and friendly ( with the exception of one gentlemen who seemed very irritated when we dared interrupt to ask for something - he was a bit intimidating) giving good advice and directions in very good English. The restaurant area is a very short walk also and a very nice area to go to get any type of meal. Breakfast is very simple but good quality. Good value we thought.

Genuinely don't know where to begin with this one. For starters we seemed to interrupt the receptionists lunch when we arrived, she wasn't too keen on helping us at all! Couldn't wait to get rid of us and not a single smile throughout our whole check in experience, it was nowhere near what was advertised! Our room was less than half the size of the one that was shown in the pictures but it was very comfortable and the shower was absolutely immense! Best shower in a long time.. Every night when we came back to the hotel we had to go down to reception as our card wouldn't work after housekeeping was in the room! The black gentleman in reception was absolutely ignorant, I asked him for an adapter for my girlfriend as she needed it for her hairdryer and we forgot to pick one up!He quite aggressively told me "10 minutes" as he handed it ober which i just thought was very rude.. When I thanked him after I brought it back he didn't even respond to me. then when I wasn't feeling great I asked my girlfriend to ask reception for some water as we were not sure if the toilet tap water was drinkable. He told us no..? A hotel with no drinking water are you kidding me? Absolutely disgraceful .. then we wanted to have tea we boiled the tap water only to find the milk in the room was gone off and came out as one big lump. With that went any appetite for the continental breakfast. I seriously regret not consulting trip advisor before booking this hotel. The only nice person we met during our stay was the black haired lady who kindly helped us print off our Disney tickets with a smile and was always pleasent and the gentleman who helped us check out! So basically wouldn't be reccomending this this hotel as we felt the cons well outweighed the pros, the BW website said the staff were completely obliging but I'd say that they are completely hit and miss and it just depends on who you come across. Have nothing against best western as I stayed with them in LA and had a fantastic stay!

My girlfriend and I recently stayed at this hotel, and while the location, and staff were good, the room was rather small, although we have since been told this common for Paris. Our disappointment mainly stems from (1) The size of the lift, barely could get two people in it, let alone luggage as well (2) The breakfast, that was prepaid, consisted of cereal, boiled eggs, that you cooked yourself, any other form of eggs would have to be paid for , stale bread for toast that you made yourself,croissants, and pancakes which I think were the same ones every day, or so they appeared. All this for $381 Australian dollars a night. I do not think so. Our advise when in Paris, get your breakfast on the go, plenty of shops to choose from. We definitely will next time, and at a different hotel. Hooroo Garry Fitzpatrick and Margaret Wasiak

Hotel was nice, despite not being a 4-star or above. In fact, I don't have any complaints other than the police coming to my room and barging in. (Yes, you heard right) I had checked in Monday afternoon (9.25) and immediately took a nap afterwards (I was tired from traveling). Next thing I know (almost an hour into my nap), I hear the voices of men coming from outside the door. They knock, I hear someone yell, "police", and I get up to put on my pants and get the door. But before I get a chance to put on my clothes (I was in my drawers), they open up the door and make gestures with their hands like "we're sorry" and they back off. Clearly, I was not who they were looking for. So I go downstairs after my nap (let's say an hour later) and tell the guy at the front desk (he's the only person working there at the moment), what happened. He barely speaks English, but he basically discredited my story of it being the cops and said, "it was the maintenance guys". Look, I know what I saw and what I heard. And if it was the maintenance guys, they still had no reason coming inside that quickly...that was a major disappointment. I will say, the hotel was very clean and in a great location...great proximity to restaurants, bakeries, street food vendors, grocery stores, and the metro was a less than 5 minute walk away. However, this is the type of hotel for someone constantly on the go, someone who just needs a decent spot to rest their head. The room was small and kind of pricey, but that's Paris for ya! If that incident didn't happen, I would have given them 4 or 5 stars.

Good location. Recently Updated hotel in old building. Front desk staff very friendly and helpful. Loved the feel. Nice queen bed in a small room. Two complaints: WiFi is so spotty that it is useless~ even downstairs computer would not attach. Cannot buy just coffee~have to buy 7eu breakfast. Therefore, 2 coffees cost us 14eu.

71 Rue Monge Paris Paris

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Grande Galerie de l'Evolution and Jardin des Plantes
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in 5th Arrondissement, Best Western Plus Quartier Latin Pantheon is within a 5-minute walk of popular attractions such as Grande Galerie de l'Evolution and Jardin des Plantes. This 37-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free newspapers in the lobby, and a 24-hour front desk. Centrally located in Paris, the hotel is also a short walk from Pantheon and Sorbonne University.


Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.


The 37 rooms are recently renovated and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and 82-cm LCD TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Phones and desks are other standard amenities. Weekly housekeeping is available.

Property features

At Best Western Plus Quartier Latin Pantheon, guests have access to a steam room, free WiFi in public areas, and free newspapers. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with tours/tickets and securing valuables.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

52.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 251 reviews