Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.3 Room cleanliness
2.7 Service & staff
1.3 Room comfort
1.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice and close to champs elysee' but not 4 starsPosted Oct 21, 2015
The hotels location is great, 3 minutes walking distance to arc de triumph. The staff was great and very friendly but the rooms where horrible. The rooms were not 4 star quality at all. 2 stars at most.
by A verified traveler from agen
Royal Elysées : Pourquoi 4 étoilesPosted Jun 15, 2011 on Hotels
On se demande vraiment qui a noté 4 étoiles ce petit hotel familiale idéalement placé à 50 m de l'arc de triomphe. La literie est modeste voire incomfortable, la robineterie fuie et la sanitaire date du début du siècle dernier...
by A verified traveler from London
The Royal ElyséesPosted May 23, 2011 on Hotels
I've stayed at maybe 30 different hotels across Paris over the last 14 months but this place is undoubtedly the worst. It was a busy week in Paris that led me to book 4 nights at this establishment and the fact it was available at relatively short notice meant my expectations were already fairly low prior to check-in. I was, nonetheless, very disappointed at the hotel failed to provide the fundamental service of any hotel, hostel or B&B – a place to enjoy uninterrupted sleep. 1. The room was unbearably hot. It was late spring at the time of my visit and whilst I accept that the weather was perhaps warmer than average for the time of year, my expectation on booking a supposedly 4 star hotel was that the room would be air conditioned. This was not the case and the room grew unspeakably hot throughout the night. 2. The plumbing banged and rattled all through the night. It was likely sleeping through a Stomp rehearsal 3. The bed was old and soft. I travel a lot and sleep in Hotel beds more than my own. I’m not picky when it comes to mattresses but this thing was clearly beyond a pensionable age Other than that the decor was tired and the sink drained very slowly, such that I had to plan my morning routine with great care to avoid overspill. On the plus side, the location is very good. It’s spitting distance from Arc de Triomphe and a bunch of very good restaurants. So if its winter, you’re mostly deaf and have nothing but contempt for you spinal column, then maybe this place would suit. Otherwise, there are countless hotels in this area and across the rest of Paris, so I would definitely recommend exploring other options.