Hotels near Montparnasse
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
Montparnasse was once one of two hills (or "monts") to the north and the south of Paris. The northern hill of Montmartre still stands today, but the southern peak was leveled in 1725. To regain its former stature, Montparnasse built Paris' tallest building in 1973. The Tour Montparnasse was deemed so ugly that further skyscraper construction was effectively banned within the city limits. This lone tower offers expansive views of Paris from the 360 Café, the highest restaurant in Europe. A weekly organic market is held on Sunday mornings, where rue de Rennes meets rue de Raspail.

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École Normale Supérieure
Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg
Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg
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3.7
720 reviews
15 Rue Boissy D Anglas, Paris
from $331
Novotel Paris Gare Montparnasse
Novotel Paris Gare Montparnasse
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3.8
2594 reviews
17 Rue Du Cotentin, Paris
from $138
Hotel Beauchamps
Hotel Beauchamps
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3.0
2096 reviews
24 Rue De Ponthieu Champs Elysées, Paris
from $123
Pullman Paris Centre-Bercy
Pullman Paris Centre-Bercy
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4.0
1791 reviews
1 rue de Libourne, Paris
from $168
Hôtel Ares Eiffel
Hôtel Ares Eiffel
7 Rue Du General De Larminat, Paris
from $201
Grand Hotel des Gobelins
Grand Hotel des Gobelins
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3.8
1169 reviews
57 Boulevard Saint Marcel, Paris
from $105
Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel
Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel
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3.8
325 reviews
4 Rue Du Mont Thabor, Paris
from $324
Acte V
Acte V
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3.2
1154 reviews
55 Rue Monge, Paris
from $101
Terrass Hotel
Terrass Hotel
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3.6
1321 reviews
12 Rue Joseph De Maistre, Paris
from $158
Hotel Little Palace
Hotel Little Palace
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3.7
899 reviews
4 Rue Salomon De Caus, Paris
from $157
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Montparnasse was once one of two hills (or "monts") to the north and the south of Paris. The northern hill of Montmartre still stands today, but the southern peak was leveled in 1725. To regain its former stature, Montparnasse built Paris' tallest building in 1973. The Tour Montparnasse was deemed so ugly that further skyscraper construction was effectively banned within the city limits. This lone tower offers expansive views of Paris from the 360 Café, the highest restaurant in Europe. A weekly organic market is held on Sunday mornings, where rue de Rennes meets rue de Raspail.

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