Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Alan from Miami Beach
One week at Fouquet's two roomsPosted Nov 3, 2013
Pros: Well trained staff
Cons: Looking a little tired in places in the rooms.
Location: You can't get more central than here on the Champs Elysee and near fashion, museums, opulence and money.
My wife and I flew from Miami to meet her mother for three days while we stayed five. We booked a deluxe room with courtyard view (401) at $1800 per night while she had a regular room (416) at $1080 per night. I've stayed before in a deluxe room with Champs Elysee view and both deluxe rooms are similar and not much larger than the regular room. In the future we'll probably take the regular room. I consider this hotel to be equivalent in service to the Four Seasons. The Al Fayed family that owns the George V (Managed by Four Seasons) has made a multi-hundred million $ masterpiece and it's in a different league compared to the Fouquet's, but the price is already in nosebleed territory as far as I'm concerned so going up another $1000 per night for not much more service seems silly. The rooms are large and have very comfortable beds. Slightly worn furnishings are the only detail I note that detracts from the overall look of the rooms. The bar scene is good. Drinks expensive ($18+) - but everything's expensive in Paris!
for Business Travelersby myron from Seoul,Korea
They don't know how to care their guest.Posted Apr 19, 2013
There are no king bed. They sad they have only sigle bed. They said the conbined two single beds is their king bed. It's so ridiculous. And first night, my room air conditioner doesn't work. Minibar refregirator too. Third day moning, when I put on the room light, It didn't work. It took 30minutes that somebody fix it. I have visited 3rd time at this hotel. Because it is located very good place and have nice facilities. But whenever i stayed this hotel, problems occured. They said only next time when I visit, they will do something more.But they don't recognize me. If you want to stay there, please think why there are empty rooms when another top hotels in paris have full booked. Barrie hotel has good facility and nice location, but they don't know how to care their guests.
Jan 6, 2013 by Fabrice
Dear Guest, Thank you very much for your feed-back on Expedia regarding your recent stay with us. As mentioned on our direct reply to you, we sincerely apologize for the obvious incnonveniences caused by the technical problems in your room. We have taken the necessary actions to ensure that these issues do not reoccur in the futur. Your constructive remarks will certainly help us to reach the high quality we aim. We look forward to your next visit, where would be happy to offer a complimentary upgrade as discussed. Yours sincerely Fabrice Moizan General Manager
for Everyoneby Davy from St. Joseph, LA 71366, USA
Great hotel for an American experiencing ParisPosted Jan 8, 2013
Pros: The features and view of the room overlooking the Champs Elysees, the spa, and the helpfullness of the staff.
Cons: The cost
Location: The location couldn't be better. Our room overlooked the Champs Elysees and the Arch De Triomphe. Easy access to all of the trendy sites of Paris.
This hotel was spectacular. The finest hotel I have ever stayed in. The service staff was absolutely great, the room view and all of the features of the room were fantastic, although it all does come with a hefty price tag, but it was very enjoyable and romantic for us. The spa was extremely enjoyable and refreshing. The concierge took care of all of my requests and were very helpful for me since i had never been to Paris before and was trying to enjoy all we could in the few days that we were in Paris.
for Couplesby Couple travels from Montreal, Canada
One of Paris' top hotel!Posted Dec 20, 2012
Pros: View and location
Cons: Food and dinks at Le Fouquet resto
Location: On the Champs Elysees
Can't beat the location! It was magical, espacially at Chrismass time! Rooms are decent size for Europe. The staff was great : very available, attentive and amicable in all facilities. The little things such as free suite upgrade and bottle of champagne made our stay romantic and memorable! Restaurant LeDiane was great, good food and nice view of the courtyard. Bar Le Lucien was fun: decent prices for drinks in Paris and yummy free hors d'oeuvres and the truffled nuts are to die for! Hope to get to go back one day :) Its a close tie between the Fouquet Barriere and Le Crillon. Just for the size of the suites, the palacial feel and its more central location, i would pick Le Crillon. But both are top hotels. The Maison Favart is good too for a small hotel but there is a reason why Le Fouquet Bariere is the number one hotel in Paris. Waking up to a view ofles Champs is certainly a must, at leadt once in a life time!
for Everyoneby jo from wales
Great hotelPosted Aug 28, 2012
Pros: The room was outstanding
Location: Right in the hart of the city centre .
This hotel is the amazing the room was so clean . Immaculatley clean . The staff were so kind and helpfull . We used the spa facility which was so clean to . Robes and slippers in the lockers . Location of the hotel was fantastic it was 0.8 miles from the eiffel tower . Food was outstanding. Breakfast was not included in our tariff so I cannot comment on it ! . The bed was huge and the best we have ever slept in over 6ft wide . The tv had bbc1 which was great. The mini bar was free ( no alcohol ) plenty of water and soft drinks ,, I would recomend it to everyone . An absolute Dream would defiantly return . Was only a 20 minute taxi ride from the airport .
for Couplesby A verified traveler from haifa, israel
VERY GOOD - VERY EXPENSIVEPosted Jun 8, 2012
VERY GOOD HOTEL PERFECT POSITION IN CHAMPS ELISSEE ONLY 1 PROBLEM - THE PRICE !!!
Near lithe best in parisPosted May 28, 2012 on Hotels.com
I enjoyed my night immensely, but did have a few exceptions and disappointments. First the type of room I booked was deserving of a complimentary bottle of champagne, nothing was offered. At least my personal butler should suggest champagne upon arrival. It is tradition for me to have such a treat upon arrival. Second for the hotel to have such an extensive amazing spa retreat, I should have notified or it should have been recommended to me as your guest to take advantage of such an amenity. So two take always from the experience first ; supply a bottle of champagne to the room upon arrival or request it upon arrival. Secondly suggest we familiaze ourselves of the spa in the hotel by watching the hotel info channel. As your guest I will not think of such things busy from travel and distracted with itinerary so I suggest you gently remind your guest of champagne and spa being available. Looking back I settled without but wish I knew from your staff.
for Everyoneby val from Paris, France
Lovely. Lovely.Posted May 3, 2012
Pros: Style and helpfulness of staff
Four of us stayed here and had an amazing time! The staff were very helpful, and as I was celebrating my seventieth birthday they very kindly baked me a superb cake with pink champagne to follow, and decorated our room with beautiful scented candles. The weather was appalling, but it didn't deter us having fun. They organized taxis for us all the time. We couldn't have been more central.