Gourmet experiences in the neighbourhood
The Hotel Monte Cristo is situated in one of the most vibrant districts of the capital. Between the Boulevard de Port Royal, the Gobelins and the heart of the Latin Quarter, an intense and exciting neighbourhood life unfolds. During your stay at the hotel, why not head out to explore the Rue Mouffetard before returning to have an aperitif and dinner at the hotel?
Rue Mouffetard: the soul of the 5th arrondissement
Although tourist guides praise the boulevards Saint-Michel and Saint-Germain, Parisians know that the soul of the Latin Quarter is found in the Rue Mouffetard. The narrowness of this street and its cobblestones bear witness to its age. It boasts a multitude of shops, particularly food shops such as the boulangerie pâtisserie of chef David Doualan and the Androuet fromagerie. Drop into one of the many cafés, such as Dose, where the coffee beans are freshly roasted to preserve as much flavour as possible.
Eating at the Hotel Monte Cristo
After a long day of discovery, sightseeing and shopping in Paris, you can enjoy a relaxing gourmet evening at the hotel. The Bar 1802 is ready to take you on a trip to the land of rum, with its countless types from around the world and its signature cocktails. Then, take a seat on the terrace of the hotel’s restaurant, the Grand Dictionnaire. Paying homage to the literary genius Alexandre Dumas and his passion for cooking and travel, it offers a selection of dishes that are as pleasing to the eye as they are delicious. A true taste adventure...
The Hotel Monte Cristo is ideally located for exploring the Latin Quarter at its most authentic... but also at its tastiest. Enjoy a gourmet experience on the Rue Mouffetard before returning to the hotel and making yourself comfortable in front of a rum cocktail or one of the delicious dishes provided by the Grand Dictionnaire.
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Hotel Monte Cristo Paris, a 4-star boutique hotel in the heart of the 5th arrondissement