Ratings based on 15 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Worthing
nice hotel with a lovely gardenPosted Aug 25, 2014
Pros: Garden, Character, staff
Cons: notify parking vehicle height.
Location: This hotel seems to have a connection with the Roland Garros tennis tournament nearby, having a lot of photos of players that have stayed.
we stayed here one night to see Paris and then continue our road trip to Italy. When we arrived we found we couldn't use the underground car park because there was a height limit and our vehicle wouldn't fit with the roof box on so we had to park on the road and pay which was cheap, but confusing because the pay machines were in the process of being changed. The hotel itself is lovely being set back from the road with a beautiful garden to sit in and the staff are very pleasant. The rooms themselves are quite small, but very comfortable and there is a small lift to help with luggage. The metro station to Paris is a short walk away and you have to change once to get to the main sites like the Eiffel Tower. We also found an excellent Chinese restaurant nearby.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Nice room, but more of a residential hotelPosted Apr 20, 2014 on Hotels.com
Room was newly refinished, quiet area in Paris suburb. Very close to metro line 10, but 30 min ride to cluny. Worked for us as we are a family of 5.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Family Traveller from Essex
Cosy HotelPosted Aug 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Really helpful and friendly manager welcomed us to a cosy hotel tucked away from the bustle of Paris but with easy access via Metro. Pleasant garden area and comfy room, although there was a strong smell of cigarette smoke in the room and the lift was out of order during our stay for which the manager was very apologetic and helped with our luggage. The breakfast was on the expensive side, 10 euros each for some croissants, orange juice and coffee. With several lovely local patisseries it may be better to eat out. A great little hotel though if you want to visit Paris but have somewhere quite to stay.
Recommendedby Single female traveller from Perth
Oasis of peacePosted Jul 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
Loved staying at the villa. The garden courtyard and the rooms proviede an oasis of peace amongst the excitement of Paris in summer. The staff were exceptionally helpful and went out of their way to ensue my stay was fantastic. The villa is well located to the metro (about 10mins to the Eiffel Tower and 20mins to St Michael's Fountain) and also has all necessary amenities (including friendly cafes, shops, banks and a laundry) within couple of minutes walk.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
nice hotelPosted Jun 13, 2013
Location: Great/perfect for Roland Garros (Tennis) in a buzzing local area with restaurants bakery etc but a long way (metro 40 mins) from the main site seeing.
Room smaller than expected - it was meant to be able to sleep 3 but really couldn't have. They may have given us a small one as we were only 2 people but we had paid for a 3 sleeper. Hotel charming but expensive for what it was and while I couldn't say the staff were unfriendly they weren't friendly either. Otherwise, a very nice quirky hotel in a quite and tranquil setting. I would probably go there again if I was going to the tennis stadium again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great for Roland GarrosPosted Jun 7, 2013
A perfectly situated hotel for the Roland Garros stadium - under 10 mins walk. Also near a Metro station. We had a lovely big room on the ground floor overlooking the pretty garden, where we had breakfast every morning. The staff were all very pleasant and helpful and we are planning a return visit next year!
Quiet, residential, and EXACTLY what I needed.Posted Oct 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
Great little boutique hotel close enough to the exciting parts of Paris, but a mere Metro ride away into a nice residential neighborhood that's quiet at night. The hotel proprietors were top-notch - always working to meet my needs as they evolved during this business trip. The rate was fair, and the rooms (I had two) were excellent. Only things to note: while the Metro is close, Boulogne is down in the SW of Paris - so if you want to be in the action, this may not be your choice. But it suited me well. Also, the steam heat wasn't yet on for 7 of my 8 days during this summer-to-autumn week, and the room was a bit cool for my taste. But when it came on my last day, it was very comfortable. I'm definitely coming back to Villa Escudier.
for Familiesby CavMcD from Reading
Great hotel for a family trip to ParisPosted Sep 15, 2012
This is a great hotel for families visiting Paris. It's just a short metro trip into the centre of Paris. We had a duplex room, so the 3 kids shared the upstairs 2 double beds and we had a double bed downstairs. There was a small kitchenette and a lovely garden out the front where we had our breakfast. The staff were very friendly.
for Couplesby Kim from London
Pretty hotel with a lovely gardenPosted Aug 29, 2012
Pros: Tranquil garden, traditional features
Cons: No hairdryer!
Location: Perfect for the Rock en Seine festival at St Cloud.
Perfect location for attending Rock en Seine festival. Pretty garden hidden away from the street. Hotel was very attractive with shutters and traditional features. Our studio room was homely and clean. Staff at the hotel were very helpful and friendly. Breakfast was delicious - croissants, coffee and baguettes. Only criticisms are lack of hairdryer in the room, and our room on the ground floor wasn't sound-proof so we could hear people talking in reception when we were in our room. Would definitely stay here again if going to the festival.
by Keith from Melbourne VIC, Australia
Added Tax Charged - Not What was PromisedPosted Aug 5, 2012
Pros: Pleasant out-of-the-central-city location. A good experience of "suburban Paris"
Cons: Cramped because of requirement to use Lounge as bedroom. Nowhere to store bags and clothing in "lounge-bedroom"
Location: Convenient suburban location - 10 minutes to Metro, then 20 minute ride to City
What you get is not what you are promised or what you see in the pictures and on the website. The promise was for a TWO bedroom (there were four of us) self-catering apartment in a gardened Villa. Instead we were escorted around the corner to the top floor of another building which, while generally OK, was NOT a two bedroom apartment but a single bedroom with a lounge room which had a fold-out divan to double as the other bed. We were told that "this was the standard in Paris". Cleanliness was wanting. What we had was really only a one bedroom apartment with lounge and small kitchen - as such really only suitable for two people to occupy comfortably - there was nowhere for the couple who had to sleep in the lounge room to put their belongings (case, clothes etc). We were charged "tax" on top of the amount paid via Expedia, although the booking confirmation we received from Expedia clearly stated that the tax was INCLUDED in the price paid. This was discussed in detail with the Villa Excudia person at the time of checkout (we were unaware of the extra payment until then) but no satisfaction was gained.