Left Bank Paris

Just imagine the steep and narrow street La Montagne Sainte-Genevieve was once the main route out of the city to the former royal residence of Fontainebleau! 

The area around La Lanterne is steeped in history, so just stroll around and soak it up! 

Hotel La Lanterne

Practical Information

La Lanterne staff is available to listen to you, advise you and help you organize your visits, whatever your preference, a world famous or off-the-tourist trail museum, different quarters, picturesque walks, fine dining or local bistros, shows… and the list goes 

Getting around

Local transport : metro line 10, bus lines 24,27,63 and 87, RER B and RER C (rapid metro)

To get to the Gare Du Nord (20 mins : 10 mins on foot and RER B direct line)

To get to Montparnasse Station (20 mins: metro line 10 and 13)

To get to the Gare de Lyon (20 mins: 10 on foot, then metro line 10)

Shuttle buses to Orly and Charles de Gaulle Airports

Taxi reservation Inner city bike or car (Velib, Autolib)


Going out : Restaurants: our staff can give you some reputable addresses in the quarter (jazz cellars, bistros, restaurants, bars)

Cabarets, shows, theatre

Hotel La Lanterne