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The Cadran 4* hotel in Paris offers complimentary breakfast

Finding a hotel with free breakfast in Paris near the historic center is not easy. Moreover if you have requirements in terms of comfort. Not only are we ready to receive you in excellent conditions, but the 4-stars hotel du Cadran offer a free “petit déjeuner”, included in your room price !

The free continental breakfast of the Hotel du Cadran

Start your day well thanks the hotel breakfast buffet of our 4-stars hotel in Paris ! You will certainly not walk out the Cadran and wander in the streets of the capital with an empty stomach! We gracefully serve you the first meal of the day in the best conditions, comfortably installed under a very typically Parisian vaulted ceiling.

Our breakfast includes various drinks, hot or cold, like coffee, hot chocolate, tea, fresh fruits, juice. You will also enjoy fresh french croissant and pain au chocolat, french toasts, pancakes, cereals, and so on. A very tasty food before you go and spend the day walking around and strolling. To avoid that your organism draws on its reserves, the cereals, the dairy products, the jams or the pastries will not be too much!

An hotel in the historic center of Paris

Little stroll in Paris around our hotel

First, stop at the rue Cler, the most famous market street in Paris. It is only 3 minutes away from our hotel by foot !

Then, only fifteen minutes further walking distance, find the Jardin des Plantes which is open for everybody. You can find there as well the museum of natural history. Ideal to take a breath of fresh air, and eventually go to observe the many residents of the menagerie. If you are interested in fauna and flora from around the world. ..

Next stops : Rue Mouffetard and Place de la Contrescarpe. During the day, you will have the opportunity to have a coffee on a sunny terrace. During the night, there are some trendy places that can arouse your curiosity.

A little further west, two historic spots are to be discovered. We name the Pantheon and its impressive dome, and the former Royal Abbey of Val-de-Grace, which remains the most sculpted church in France.

Very accessible by public transit

When we get closer to the Seine, we have the opportunity to explore the Latin Quarter which houses among other things the Cluny Museum. This Flamboyant Gothic building houses priceless collections that span the ages from Antiquity to the Renaissance. A stone’s throw away, it is Notre-Dame de Paris whose fire has hit the headlines on the Île Saint-Louis.

There is also the Institute of the Arabic World. Visitors are invited to admire objects of art, carpets and various archaeological pieces that testify to the links establishes between the Hexagon and the Arab world.