Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Nancy from Pennsylvania, USA
Paris charmPosted Aug 4, 2013
Location: Closed-off streets with sidewalk dining and street performers mixed with cute boutiques and Paris charm. Love, love, love this section of the city.
Beautiful hotel with garden courtyard. Room was large with exquisite bathroom facilities. Lived in the lap of luxury. Would stay here EVERY time I am in Paris. Very close to the Seine and many many restaurants from which to choose.
for Everyoneby Waldo from Australia
Great accommodationPosted Jan 10, 2012
Pros: Location and size and service.
Cons: Cost and range of breakfast
Location: Walk to anywhere in Paris
Great location but out of the way of busy streets. Great ambiance and size, makes you feel like a valued guest. Reasonable value for the quality of the hotel, but, breakfast seemed overpriced.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Washington dc
Terrific stayPosted Oct 7, 2011
Charming hotel in great location. Sole negative is breakfast room, downstairs. Too dark, and buffet not worth the cost. Otherwise, a charming, pretty hotel and fantastic location.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Chicago, IL
Quiet spot in the Latin QuarterPosted Jul 13, 2011
Entry is on a one-block, quiet street. Courtyard is lovely, filled with flower boxes, 4 or 5 stories up. The hotel staff is very helpful. Speaking French is not necessary. Short walk to Notre Dame and the Louvre. Area is teeming with restaurants. Breakfast is offered in the hotel, but it's also fun to try the local boulangeries. The rooms vary, but both of ours were very nice. One had more modern decor, while the other felt like a generously-sized attic getaway. The bathrooms are all modern. Thumbs up!
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Boston, MA
What a disappointmentPosted Jan 4, 2010
We were extremely disappointed by the room: It was stark, dark, small and dingy. We thought this was going to be a very nice hotel because it was recommended and it was more expensive than most in the area. We were obviously disappointing by the room and they offered to show us an alternative, more expensive, room. We paid for an upgraded room because it was late and we had been traveling all day. The upgrade was expensive and the room was still barely acceptable, in fact it smelled of mildew. This hotel was dingy, worn, ugly and uncomfortable in stark contrast with the other two hotels we had booked during the trip and it was more expensive. For a little less, we stayed in the 1e at the Hotel Vendome and it was very comfortable, small but elegant, clean, well maintained and well lit. We explored other hotels in the area and found a great one around the corner with all the amenities you would expect for less money. How this hotel rates as one of the "Small Luxury Hotels of the world", I do not know.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Newport Beach, CA
Quaint and full of history and characterPosted Aug 23, 2006
We loved our stay at the Relais Christine. The St. Germain de Pres area is a wonderful neighborhood to explore on foot to find interesting restaurants, cafes, and shopping. A great alternative to a large "urban" hotel that you can find iin almost every major city. Centrally located, you can walk to Notre Dame, the Louvre and the Musee D' Orsay. The rooms are small but impeccable, and the service is wonderful.