Ratings based on 56 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Australia
Perfect!!!Posted Jul 30, 2014
I loved this hotel and would definitely stay here again. The staff, atmosphere, room cleanliness and charm of this hotel exceeded expectations. It was close to the Louvre, the river and Notre Dame. The staff were brilliant and so friendly. This is where we ended our 3 week trip through Europe, and after staying in many hotels, I have to say this was my favorite. Their communication with us before we left Australia was always prompt and very helpful. They organized our hotel transfers to the airport with no problems at all. I have only good things top say about this place. It is a real hidden gem :-)
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from WI
Boutique hotel close to it all!Posted Jul 6, 2014
Short 4 day visit to Paris and this hotel within walking distance for most and close to bus routes. Staff pleasant and accommodating. Excellent regional restaurants on same block. Room small but typical for region. Definitely would stay here again.
for Couplesby Sharyn from australia
First timers to Paris will live this hotelPosted Jun 19, 2014
Pros: Nearly everything
Cons: The small shower alcove (room11)you need to keep the doors open so1. You can move.2.so when you bend over you don't scorch yourself,when you move.
Location: Every thing is with in a 20 or so min walk,the louvre,les Halles,restaurants within a 5 min walk. The seine is within a 5 min walk
This is an experience hotel,the rooms are small but very comfortable with a definite French experience.breakfast if required,. is good value,compared with what is close by. The staff is quite simply above and beyond.We were here in the middle of the train strike,our very beautiful concierge(always with a smile)could not do enough to help us,trying to verify our bookings,or as most were unavailable,finding us new ways to get to our destination.the hotel is very central to trains,restaurants and tourist attractions. We loved the Les Halles region,to the left,then cross the main road,then start exploring.Very reasonable prices amazing food.Bring conditioner if you require it as none is supplied
for Everyoneby Richard from london
Beautiful hotel in the best locationPosted May 21, 2014
Pros: Lovely rooms and great staff.
Cons: Nothing. I loved it.
Location: The river is one street away. Lie de la Cite and Ile St Louis are a few minutes away too. Easy stroll into rue st honore and le marais.
Lovely looking hotel with pretty rooms in a brilliant location. Everything is within walking distance from this lovely street only seconds from the river.
for Everyoneby Becky from Phoenix
FinePosted Apr 4, 2014
We are American and booked this hotel for an overnight trip during our European vacation. Overall it was average. Nothing was bad, but nothing was exceptional. On a positive note, it was clean, the street was quiet with several places to eat, View was nice from the terrace, free wifi, close to metro. On the negative the room was small (but typical of Paris hotels) the elevator didn't work, they asked us to leave the room key at the door When we left the hotel (we didn't), and the decor was a little tattered and old.
for Everyoneby Jim from Belfast
Good hotel in a very central locationPosted Apr 1, 2014
Pros: The hotel is beside the Seine, Chatelet Metro station, good bus routes through Place de Chatelet, and an easy walk to Notre Dame.
Location: The Les Halles shopping mall is close, the Pomidou Centre and Louvre Museum within easy walking distance. At Les Halles the FNAC store is fantastic.
The hotel was very good, the room was very pleasant and very clean, but not large, as are all central Paris hotel rooms. There is tea and coffee making in the room and a TV with many channels. The hotel has umbrellas you can borrow if it rains. There are numerous bus routes passing through the Place du Chatelet, and several pleasant cafes close by for meals and coffee. Central Paris is expensive, but this hotel was of high quality and is very well located. Breakfast was available at extra charge, but we did not take it, you can get a breakfast at any local cafe for less.
for Everyoneby john from m
StaffPosted Mar 31, 2014
Wonderful helpful staff. Lots of good bistros in area. Cafe Zimmer solid their salad with. Manlango cheese was Excellant.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great locationPosted Mar 25, 2014
Great location, Very helpful staff, clean and comfortable room with nice view.
for Everyoneby curlylong from Bucks
Great unique hotel close to so many attractions.Posted Mar 20, 2014
Location: Lots of things to see within walking distance and also the metro was over the road and FREE all weekend!
We arrived at the hotel and it looked very warm and inviting . The staff were very helpful and the room was nice and clean,the bed was very comfortable and the black out blinds were perfect. We asked for a recommendation from the hotel staff for a good restaurant and they didn't disappoint! Highly recommend it.
for Couplesby Carey from Abu Dhabi
Clean, comfortable, great location for sightseeingPosted Jan 19, 2014 on Hotels.com
Great location, 1 minute walk away from Chatelet Des Halles metro station. Staff very friendly and welcoming. Small hotel, extremely clean, comfortable and cosy. We booked a classic double room, adequate space for a 2 night stay. The room was very quiet considering we were smack bang in the middle of the city centre. We didn't eat at the hotel because we were out first thing in the morning to hit the tourist attractions. I'll be going back to Paris this year and I'll be booking this hotel again.