Cheap hotels near Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris, France
A sprawling, yet perfectly manicured garden in the 6th arrondissement on the Left Bank, the lovely Jardin de Luxembourg has royal roots.
Marie de Medicis, a Florentine transplant and widow of Henry IV, constructed the Luxembourg palace, garden and large fountain in the early 1600s. In the subsequent four centuries, the French Senate has taken over the palace, and the gardens have been redeveloped as a formal, yet impressive, park.
When visiting the garden, enjoy strolling the tree-lined promenades, watch children sail boats in the fountain, and don't miss the marionette theater.
Hotels near the Luxembourg Gardens: A smattering of budget-friendly hotels can be found around the garden on most sides, including in Saint-Germain des Prés to the north, the Latin Quarter to the east, and Montparnasse to the west.
For visitors looking to walk out of their hotel and step directly into the gardens, you can’t do much better than the Residence du Palais, located just across the street.