Ratings based on 16 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Linny from huddersfield
Really good location for Louvre and Notre DamePosted Oct 13, 2013
Great reception staff, helpful with booking a restaurant when lots were closed on Sunday. Try the Vieux Comptoir for evening meals. We didn't have breakfast as we wanted to try the local cafes. Only 5 mins walk to the river and Batobus stop. Booked a tour of Louvre with Expedia which was great for jumping queues and lots of information.
for Everyoneby Lesley from Hertfordshire, UK
Great HotelPosted Jun 25, 2013
Brilliant location, great hotel with lovely breakfast - we would stay here again
for Everyoneby Graham from UK
So Paris!Posted Jun 14, 2013
Set in an historic street this hotel is quintessentially Parisian. Staff are friendly and helpful. Rooms are small but very comfortable.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Chicago
It's perfect in so many waysPosted Jun 23, 2010
The Grand Hotel Dechampaigne is a well run boutique hotel. The location is superb - about 2 blocks from the Seine, 1/2 block from Metro Chatelet, maybe 5-6 blocks from Louvre. The room was clean - decor red and gold (!!) - bathroom was big enough (good water pressure). The staff was so friendly and helpful. They arranged a shuttle for us from CDG, however, I had trouble contacting the company for pick up. I called the hotel and they handled everything. The breakfast was great - croissants (reg. and choc.), bread, fruit, apple tart, cereal, juice, cheese, sliced meats, hard-boiled eggs, and yogurt were offered. I always had cafe au lait and my husband had hot tea. The breakfast room was beautifully decorated and staff was attentive. There was also a sitting room with sofas, chairs, and tables next to the breakfast room. I can't wait to go back!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Las Vegas, NV
I like it so much that I returned a week later on the way back through ParisPosted Jun 16, 2010
I truly enjoyed the quaintness of this little hotel. It almost felt like it was my own private get-a-way. A block from the subway and bus route. One block from the Seine which helped me keep my barings. I did return when oming back through Paris on my way home to the US.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Denton, Maryland
Great location, great staff!Posted Nov 5, 2007
This was our first trip to Paris. The staff made us feel totally comfortable even though we were very limited with our French. The hotel room was confortable and the location was outstanding.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Denver, CO
Nice Hotel, Great Location, a findPosted Oct 30, 2006
A nice, quaint, and quiet hotel located just a few steps from the centrally-located Chatelet metro station. It is down a quiet street just off the Rue de Rivoli. Great because you don't hear all the noise from the street when trying to get some rest. Within walking distance or a short metro ride of many major things to see. The room was kind of small from an American standard, but large for Paris'. It was large enough for a comfortable king size bed and my wife's two large suitcases. The front desk staff spoke good English and were friendly and more than helpful. The free internet in the lobby was great. The breakfast in the morning was a reasonable value, good coffee. This was our 4th time to Paris and have experienced a lot. We would not hesitate to stay at the Grand Hotel de Champagne again. With the location, reasonable price and amenities, we would consider this hotel a find.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Phoenix, AZ
Omnes GalliaPosted Jul 7, 2006
Overall, this hotel was very pleasant and with the exception that some of the staff were not well-informed regarding such things as museum opening times, shopping locations and other standard tourist questions, we have little to criticise. The price was reasonable for the accommodations.We were pleased with the hotel's very central location (within a ten minute walk from the Louvre and Notre Dame, etc.)However, a few words about the name of the hotel are in order. The name "GRAND Hotel de Champagne" is a bit misleading. The word grand connotes a size and majesty that this hotel does not have. It is a small hotel in a narrow side street with somewhat rundown surroundings. The rooms are tiny, the breakfast buffet is adequate - not grand, the elevator (lift) is minuscule (cramped for three people WITHOUT bags) and the bathrooms are so small that I had to back partly out of it in order to open the shower door (I am overweight, but not huge). Despite this, we would stay in this hotel again. It was clean, if a bit worn around the edges - The air conditioning worked well in the hottest of Parsian summer days - There was always plenty of hot water - The staff was friendly and accomodating. We enjoyed our stay and feel that we received good value for our money.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Philadelphia PA
I can't say enough good thingsPosted Apr 19, 2006
Grand Hotel de Champagne is wonderful. It's located on a quiet street, one block from Rue Rivoli, one block from the Seine, and conveniently close to the Louvre. The staff were all warm and friendly, and the source of gracious referrals to great local restaurants. The entire property was very clean. Our room size was typical of European hotels, but it had lovely decor and an amazingly high ceiling. The bathroom was modern and comfortable. All in all, a charming hotel that provided a wonderful stay.
by A verified traveler from Paris Hilton
Good location but not for international travelers or travelers with childrenPosted Mar 26, 2006
I have to say the hotel has a great location. It is right next to Louvre (5 min), Notre Dame (5 min), etc. The hotel is surrounded by lots of restaurants and local bars. The closest subway station is Chatelet (1 min). There is even a supermarket right next to it. However, I don't think I would recommend this hotel per se. First, the hotel room is extremely small and old. Second, carpet is not very clean. Additionally, the staff sometimes are rude and their English is very broken (maybe French in general). During my stay, I have to buy my own adapter/converter for my computer, my camera, etc. The hotel staff said they are running out of it.