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“First Time in Paris”
My first trip to Paris and it was a great experience! The staff were very helpful and patient with me asking questions. All the staff spoke excellent english, better than my own French. I'd reccomend this hotel to anyone. Clean, Professional staff, and close to the metro and attractions. The Loucre is across the street and the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Versailles all a short metro trip away.
“Excellent service and location”
The best thing about the Hotel du Louvre is the service and the location. Everyone at the concierge desk speaks English and was extremely helpful and friendly, even confirming my flights and tours. I even saw them help someone who was not a hotel guest. When I had trouble popping the court of the complementary glass of wine (and delightful box of macarons), I came back from a day of touring the see the cork ready for popping. Excellent location, just in front of the Louvre, walking distance to the Musee D'Orsay, Musee de l'Orangerie, Tuilleries, Opera Garnier...and the tour company from which many of my tours originated from. Pleasure walking to the Louvre in the early morning and evening when everything is quiet and one can just bask in the beautiful courtyard. Historic building but furnishings somewhat dated. Room clean and comfortable with room safe. Both the the bedroom and bath had balconies.
Location is the best thing about the hotel right next to the Louvre. The staff was very helpful and the rooms were a good size for a Paris hotel. We did not eat breakfast there too expensive. Plenty of plase nearby to get a breakfast at 1/4 the price. Would come back there again.
The best thing about this hotel is its location. If it were anywhere else it would be a 3 or 4 star in my opinion. I've stayed in many hotels, and other 3 and 4 star hotels easily match the quality of this hotel. Don't get me wrong, it was very nice and clean with an exceptionally helpful and happy staff. But the room was tiny, as most European hotel rooms are, but our "twin room with two beds" was really two small beds under one headboard, with the mattresses touching. The only thing separating us was the fold in the sheets. We were a father/son duo, so we weren't anxious to be in the same bed. But the location is literally across the street from the Louvre, meaning you step outside of the hotel, look up and you'll be staring at the Louvre. There's a metro stop just behind the hotel, so getting there was easy from the airport, and there are dozens of cafes and restaurants to choose from in any direction. I would stay again mostly for the location.
“Great Location Great Hotel.”
This hotel recently was taken over by a larger chain so it may or may not carry forward as nicely. I think it will take some time though. The room was wonderful and open and immaculate. Laundry was done promptly and returned shirts in a box. The location is to die for. Right accross the street from the Louvre and down the street from the Opera House it is hard to find a better location in Paris. The room had doors for holding out the noise the windows were doubled to eliminate the street noise. The staff absolutely wonderful. Attentive staff both at the main desk and the Concierge. I cut my finger trying to slice some saussice I got in town and the maid got me antiseptic and bandages. They turned down the bed at night and put a chocolat on the pillow. Bar is pleasant and pricey but if you have freinds it is a great place to meet before dinner. Overall this is one of the finest hotels in Paris.
“The Perfect Hotel....”
A wonderful hotel in the perfect place, we had a wonderful 3 day stay at the hotel. If you do not commit to the hotel breakfast when booking for 30 Euros it may be offered at check in for 19 Euros - it's well worth it!
My family and I stayed in 2 rooms i nthis Beautifuuly kept Hotel, which is only a 2 or 2.5 km radius to go to every major sightseeing place around...the staff was very informative and friendly. We would definitley reccomend this hotel. The airline lost our luggage and the concierge themselves called for us atleast twice a day to check for the luggage's arrival...very helpful.
I have only great things to say about Hotel du Louvre. It is well maintained, the staff are all friendly and extremely helpful when it comes to getting around. The neighborhood is very charming and very chic. I especially loved the Defender Bar with the Jazz musicians on my last night. They were very good and I know my Jazz!! I will definitely stay there again and again.
“Great hotel, greatest location for museums”
The Hotel De Louvre proved to be very accomodating and a worthwhile expendature of a few extra dollars. They allowed us to check in at 8 a.m., which makes a huge difference due to the flight overseas. I don't think they do this for everyone, and probably not during high season (we stayed over Christmas), but it is definitely worth asking. The concierges are very helpful, and everyone is very nice and welcoming whenever you come into the hotel. Our room was plenty large, but not huge. Probably not what you would expect from a 4 star in the states, but pretty big for Europe. The location could not be better. Outside of our window we looked down to the Opera, and the other direction was the Louvre. Easy access to the metro, and the Louvre. Only complaints were the thermostat was hard to regulate, and the bed was a little firm. Everything else was wonderful!!!
“Perfect location for Paris vacation”
Stayed at Hotel du Louvre for 5day/4night wedding anniversary trip to Paris--perfect location for sightseeing. Used Expedia's Parishuttle service to/from airport--worked fine, drivers spoke English. Hotel staff friendly and helpful; all spoke at least some English, many spoke very good English. Our mid-range room was very clean, maybe 20% smaller than comparable US hotel room, but probably 20% larger than comparable EU room; the bathroom was completely modern/updated. Free wireless internet in room worked fine. Our inner courtyard-facing room only had view of other hotel windows, but it was super-quiet. Always ate in cafes outside hotel, but hotel restaurant looked casual & good. Hotel across street from Louvre museum. Key subway line station is beside hotel. Five minute walk to Expedia voucher pick up office. Little plazas with sidewalk cafes all around hotel. Ten minute walk to Galeries Lafayette (fabulous shopping, views of Eiffel Tower from moderately-priced cafeteria inside), Paris Opera House (amazing), D'Orsay Museum. Leisurely 1-hour walk to Arch de Triumph through Tuileries park and up famous Champs-Elysees, past fashion designer area. Thirty minute walk to Notre Dame, Victor Hugo's house, Picasso Museum, Latin Quarter, Bastille area, etc. All of these walks are through delightful streets with little shops, cafes, etc. Paris subway similar to Washington, DC, or San Francisco. Would stay there again, would recommend to family and friends.