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Europe Saint Severin

38,40, Rue Saint Severin Paris 75005 France
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83/100

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  • Breakdown Rating Guest comments
  • Location 95 Great location
  • Service 96 Fantastic service
  • Hotel 91 Excellent hotel
  • Price 82 Good price
  • Food 80 Delicious food
  • Hotel Building 68 Poor hotel buildings
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Hotel type

Family Hotel

Guests think this is a family-friendly hotel.

Good to know

  • New rooms
  • Pleasant entrance area
  • Wonderful housekeeping
  • Poorly-maintained rooms
  • Bad air conditioning
  • Balcony wasn't nice
Reviews Europe Saint Severin
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very good
Review January 2011 by Daydreamer79
The hotel is a great location, very close to Notre Dame,restaurants,metro... Our room was a little small but confortable and with a lovely balcony.A good value for money,would love to stay here again!
83 out of 100 based on 803 based on $ratings reviews
La Sainte Chapelle

La Sainte Chapelle

The La Sainte Chapelle is situated in the heart of Paris, France. It is a gothic chapel and was built in the era of the Gothic architecture. The palatine chapel was built to host possessions of Louis IX from August 1239. The relics include the image of Edessa and Christ’s crown of thorns. There are thirty more other relics of Christ in the chapel. The stained glass are the most visual characteristics of the chapel. In the fifteenth century the rose windows were added to the upper chapel. Two-thirds of the windows are authentic and the others are replicas. Two meters of the stained glass was removed to allow the daylight in. Since 1862 the chapel has been a national historic monument.

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