Knowledge and the art of living

The aura of the Pantheon. The spirit of the Sorbonne. The Seine just a stone’s throw away. The charm of the past interspersed with the everyday hustle and bustle of the present. In the heart of the 5th arrondissement, Hotel Pilgrim’s authentic neighbourhood is a go-to destination for a resolutely Parisian pilgrimage, where all generations, continents, backgrounds and styles come together. From one street to the next, a Parisian brasserie, a cellar dance floor, an old convent, a fountain, a square, antique Roman arenas, or even an exotic restaurant will catch your attention, wherever you are. And the pleasure of discovering the Left Bank, whose legendary effervescence is undergoing a revival.

Culture Cult

The Latin Quarter is a cultural hub par excellence, and traditionally the centre of student life, leading colleges, schools and universities. This is reflected in its lively streets, time-honoured bookshops, café terraces abuzz with animated discussions and the cosmopolitan spirit. And addresses, which, like Hotel Pilgrim, don’t hesitate to take the Parisian art of living as a whole further still.


Arthouse cinemas … a success story

The Latin Quarter’s bohemian spirit also takes in arthouse cinemas that are dedicated to showing the most challenging films, rare forgotten works and rising talents from all over the world. They all contribute to the unique atmosphere that ostensibly permeates the place. And why not explore one of the lovingly preserved film theatres on your way back to the 70s aesthetic of the equally cinematographic Hotel Pilgrim?  


Walks and gardens

If you prefer peace and quiet, the banks of the River Seine are just a short walk from Hotel Pilgrim. They will take you to the Île Saint-Louis, with its antiques dealers, ice cream parlours and, slightly further along, sitting in majesty on the Île de la Cité, none other than Notre-Dame cathedral. And if you’re looking for a touch of greenery in the city, head for the Jardin des Plantes with its outstanding tropical greenhouse, or the Luxembourg Gardens, for an impromptu picnic in fine weather. 
This is the spirit of Hotel Pilgrim, whose location is ideal for stepping out, chin up, poised to take in the true soul of the city.



Coming and Going

Thanks to its central location, all roads lead to and from Hotel Pilgrim, offering true spontaneity when it comes to deciding what to do and where to go. Whether you feel like exploring the Left Bank, around Saint-Germain-des-Prés or wandering around the Right Bank through the Marais, your stay at the Pilgrim is a walkover. You can also hop onto a bike, the Metro, a bus or a taxi, which are always readily available to take over.


Velib' Station n°5019
8-10 rue de Poissy, 75005 Paris


Belib' Station
Charging stations for electric vehicles
21 quai de la Tournelle - 75005 Paris

Nearest public parking lot
Parking Saemes Maubert Collège des Bernardins
37 boulevard Saint-Germain, 75005 Paris


Cardinal Lemoine Station

Line 10 - Direct to Le Bon Marché, Saint-Germain-des-Prés district and Gare d’Austerlitz

Jussieu Station

Line 7 - Direct to Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, Gare de l’Est, Gare du Nord, Opéra Garnier, les Halles, le Marais district and Jardin des Plantes


Saint-Germain - Cardinal Lemoine Station

Line 86 - Direct to the Eiffel tower, Invalides, Le Bon Marché, Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, Notre-Dame de Paris, Île Saint-Louis, Institut du Monde Arabe and Place de la Bastille

Line 87 - Direct to Invalides, pont des Arts, Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, Notre-Dame de Paris, Île Saint-Louis, Institut du Monde Arabe, jardin des Plantes, Place de la Bastille, Gare de Lyon, Gare de Bercy and palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy (Accor Arena)

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