Pros: I was in Paris for my birthday and staying at the Shangri-la made it for me! Everything about this place is amazing - top service, views, food, drinks and atmosphere. You simply can't fault the place. I also fell in love with the way the hotel smelled
The architecturally stunning building – once home to Napoleon’s grandnephew – holds 3 highly-rated restaurants, including the Michelin-starred L’Abeille and Shang Palace, and a bar. Work up an appetite in the indoor pool or in the fitness center, then treat yourself in the full-service spa. Free wired Internet access is available.
Sumptuous guestrooms combine antique-style furnishings with high-end amenities, including minibars and full-size desks. In marble bathrooms – complete with BVLGARI toiletries, double sinks, and heated floors – you can even watch a flat-screen TV while soaking in the bath.
Pros: Service was great. Rooms were spacious. Great amenities.
Cons: Rooms were dark. Impossible to do makeup or get ready in the bathroom. It was so dim!
Pros: Great Concierge and fun bar
Cons: Room was a little dark even with all the lights on at night
Located a stone's throw from the legendary Buddha-Bar restaurant, the Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris is a true jewel in the heart of the very chic Faubourg St Honoré quarter, famous for its history, its luxury homes, its Haute-Couture houses and its renowned cultural centers. The Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris embodies a new generation of 5-star hotels that combine a lifestyle philosophy with upscale service in an exceptional environment, making this an unmissable place to stay.
Pros: The greatest hotel breakfast buffet in existence. Eclectic retro design by Philippe Starck. Giant bathrooms. Cool tv in mirror with ability to aitply your device. Stunning linen sheets. Delicious Cafe Lait in tall insulated glasses. Lovely staff. The indoor pool is gorgeous with water bike and supplied goggles and flippers.
Cons: The wifi was very slow and would sometimes not work at all. Our last day they reset it on our floor and it worked better but only slightly. Room service and restaurant were so expensive (breakfast was included but is 68 euro if not) that it was ridiculous. 33 euro for a caeser salad for example. 18 euro for French fries. It is two blocks from Etoile 1 metro but the area was very quiet with few stores unless you went over to the Champs. You need to travel a ways to get to less name brand shopping or boutiques. But all easy by a metro or usually two. Can't do much about that but thought I should mention.
But none of these things would stop me from returning. It was a terrific hotel.
Just steps from Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris reinvent the original 1930s spirit of the hotel. an atmosphere that captures the French art de vivre with graceful charm and sophistication. 149 exquisite rooms and suites are spacious sanctuaries of modern comfort whilst Spa My Blend by Clarins is an ethereal white haven totally devoted to relaxation. Throughout the hotel the ambiance is enlivened by art and culture with a private exhibition space, an art bookstore and an exclusive service of an Art Concierge. Le Cinema Katara - a state of the art screening room and an astonishing photography collection complete the show-stopping dynamic feel. From the contemporary authenticity of Matsuhisa Paris to the celebration of Italian regional food in Il Carpaccio dining at Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris is truly memorable. The desserts all created by star patissier Pierre Herme are the perfect finale to any meal. Beating heart of the hotel le bar long epitomises its character- colourful. chic and truly Parisian.
Pros: The staff is amazing. Room always clean. Great location
Pros: The hotel is located in the most central part of Paris, walking distance to all major touris attractions.
The staff is very polite and welcoming very helpful as well.
The room and common area design to perfection.
The food in the Resturant is to die for.
Very nice hotel worth every penny.
Cons: You can't get food after 12pm even though the menu says 24/7
Pros: the staff, the room, the ease of the staff and the location
Pros: location decor friendly
Cons: It had plumbing issues. i.e.. oder . Cleaning staff was noisy in the mornings. Staff needs training. This is not a five star Hotel.
Pros: Great location, personal service
Cons: Small room
This Paris hotel is set amongst the fashion boutiques of Rue Cambon in the centre of Paris, 200 metres from Place Vendome.
Pros: Easy access to/from airport via metro or bus. good size room, comfortable beds and good amenities.
Pros: Definitely a five-star hotel in five-star neighborhood in a five-star city!
Cons: The room I got was closer to four star: small, quite dark, with no real view. But it was very quiet, at least.
Pros: Location, cleanliness
Cons: All was fine, but why 5 stars? Room fairly small, nothing too fancy. Food in the bar not particularly good. Internet worked well. All OK, but not worth wasting money on.
Pros: Amazingly beautiful hotel and incredible staff that went out of their way to make our honeymoon beyond special. Great location to train station. Common areas were breathtaking and relaxing to sit and unwind. Will absolutely stay at this hotel again.
Cons: Loved the free access to the spa, but disliked they did not have a common jacuzzi with male/female access to share the experience with my bride. Their was only individual jacuzzi in each dressing room.
Pros: Excellent location
Cons: Bedsheets was not change everyday.No bed turnover like other 5stars hotels.
Pros: Our room was quiet and comfortable, very nice window.
Cons: Front was under construction, tea room closed.
The Scribe is a small,luxury hotel with a friendly staff that went out of their way to make us comfortable and welcome. A block away from the Opera in central Paris, the location provides easy access to all sorts of shopping, tasty cafes and multiple metro lines. We enjoyed our experience so much that we extended our stay from 7 nights to 9 nights. Book it and enjoy yourself!
Pros: Comfortable Bed, friendly people, great location.
Cons: No criticisms
Ideally located between the Opéra Garnier, La Madeleine, the Louvre, Place Vendôme and the department stores, the luxury 5-star Sofitel Scribe Paris hotel occupies a majestic 19th century building. Designed by Jacques Grange, our rooms, suites and duplexes create an idyllic retreat in the heart of Paris. Our bar, Le Lumière gastronomic restaurant, elegant tea house with library and wellness center all make the Sofitel Scribe Paris hotel an icon of Parisian luxury. Valet parking available.
Pros: Nice room, comfy lobby, good location in tourist district. Very easy to access museums and beautiful old town Paris.
Cons: Spa very small, concierge gave lousy restaurant recommendation (tourist trap). Great place to stay, wander outside district for food and more authentic Paris experience.
Experience the world of fashion in the heart of Paris, between the elegant rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and the legendary avenue des Champs-Elysées. Let yourself be seduced by the style of Didier Gomez, his sublime vision of Parisian chic and the 147 Haute Couture-inspired rooms and suites. The elegant bar, the new chic, natural restaurant, the garden and terraces will help you discover a variety of new experiences.
Pros: The staff, location, size of room and that it had a small balcony
Cons: Furniture is getting a little worned
Pros: Excellence hotel , we got there before noon our room wasn't ready so the front desk clerk brought us to the lounge and got us cappuccinos,croissant and juice and got us in a hour when room was ready....
Cons: not a thing
It is an acceptable hotel in the Art district of Paris perhaps better suited for GenX. Rooms are clean but as stated lighting and furnishings are not practical. Brightly lit red or blue elevator cabs caused concern for sunburn. Both room curtains must be closed for privacy as first shade does little. That leaves you unable to look outside without being on display. Not a five star hotel...perhaps 3.5
Pros: Nothing stands out as being exceptional. It provided basic amenities for a superior rated hotel.
Cons: Tried too hard to be ultra modern, stylish and hip with little functionality. Lighting, furniture, shower may have looked aesthetically pleasing but not particle for guest use. Brightly lit red or blue elevator cabs caused concern for sunburn.
Overall it was good although it din not meet the my expectation for the five stars (I had multiple experiences in the five star hotel all around world...)
Pros: Location and its staffs
Cons: Our room was too cold and dry. The controller of temperature was not working properly. We both caught a cold.
Pros: It was in a very convenient location.
Cons: This 5 star hotel was just as good as the lower starred hotels that we stayed in for the rest of our trip. We did not receive the larger room that was shown in the pictures. It was a small and so-so room.
Rooms were very clean and nice but smaller than I expected. There were just 2 of us in the room so it was fine but I would recommend asking for a larger room if going with kids. Staff was exceptionally helpful and attentive. Location is within walking distance to good, local restaurants, Arc de Triomphe, Champs De Elysees, etc. I would stay there again.
Pros: The location and staff.
Cons: No. Everything is nice.
Pros: Room conditions
Cons: water pressure in shower was terrible, almost none existent
one of the best I have been in Paris
Pros: the confort and location very beautiful
Pros: good location and very nice staff
Cons: room service not always on time
The hotel was perfect close to arc de triemph lots of restaurants nearby can walk to everything
Pros: Great location new modern hotel close to everything
Pros: FANTASTIC. This is the best place to stay.
Cons: We loved everything
Discover the difference an exceptional hotel experience can make! Boasting innovative design by Christian de Portzamparc, 5-star amenities and a prime city center location, the Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe Hotel is a delight for business and leisure travelers. Unwind in our modern, beautifully appointed rooms and suites, all of which showcase plush bedding, high-speed Internet access and flat-screen TVs. Book one of our rooms with a private balcony for stunning city center views. Additional perks here at our 5-star hotel include creative French dining at Makassar Lounge Restaurant as well as mixology/cocktail experiences. Challenge yourself to a workout at our on-site fitness center, or plan a memorable event in one of our four flexible meeting rooms. Last but not least, our unparalleled location enables you to explore the best of the city with ease - from the Champs-Elysees to the Eiffel Tower. All of us here at the Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe Hotel look forward to making your stay truly special!
Pros: Very clean dust free environment due to no rugs on the floor. Excellent staff service. Small hotel, with very personal service. Very quiet room. Excellent location.
Cons: At 400 a night, it seemed pricey but I don't visit Paris enough to know the going rates. I walked into another 4 star and asked about rates and they were 25 to 30 % cheaper. The quality of the service at L'Empire is so good though that it was worth the extra money. Also, their web site on Hotels.com listed shuttle service which they didn't have, although to their credit, they found me a shuttle service, although in the end I chose to take a car to the airport.
L'Empire Paris, luxury right in the heart of Paris. Opened in 2007 and fully renovated in 2013, L'Empire Paris invites you to enjoy a unique experience in a contemporary and typically Parisian setting. The hotel is a member of both the Preferred Hotel Group and Prestige Hotels of the World. Our multilingual team looks forward to welcoming you to this boutique hotel, set in a Napoleonic home.
Pros: Staff was exceptional from check in to room service to the nice man in the lobby that offered me an umbrella for a rainy day. Clean nice room with very nice bathroom, nice deep tub, hot strong shower, bright and stylish. Location was the best, quiet street minutes from restaurants, shops, metro in Opera district. Daughter and I had a great time and will definitely return.
Pros: Liked everything about the hotel. Staff were helpful and polite, its situation is great and love it. Will definitely stay there again.
Located near the Opera Garnier, the Louvre Museum and main department stores, the charming hotel Hotel L'Horset Opera, BW Premier Collection, is an oasis of calm in the heart of this bustling district. Nearest hotel Best Western to Opera Garnier, the hotel L'Horset Opera is ideally located for both business and leisure. Steps away you will find the Place Vendome, famous for its exquisite jewelers, the Faubourg Street Honore with its most exclusive luxury fashion boutiques and some of Paris' top gourmet food shops. At the hotel L'Horset Opera guests enjoy fine accommodations and high level of service. Comfortable and quiet with a warm atmosphere, this is the best way to describe the 54 rooms of the hotel L'Horset Opera. The harmonies of warm colors, the elegant wood work decorations, dark-wood furnishing, buffet breakfast and modern equipment such as air conditioning, satellite television, mini bar, and free wireless high-speed internet access reflect the attention paid to guest's comfort. The hotel also features a bar, where snacks are available all day. Enjoy your stay. Please note that in case of pre-payment, the credit card used is requested upon arrival with a valid passport on the same name. If not available, no check-in is possible.
Pros: We had a great experience porque overall. We were traveling with our two young children and the room was very comfortable, clean and the staff was great... everything was walking distance and the location was the best. Loved the hotel and defetnelly going back again.
Cons: This was the worst expiriance ever they are liers and cheats, this hotel should be closed down, discusting place, my dog lives in better conditions them what thus hotel represents. I hope people will read this and never stay in this low class hotel should be rated as 1 star! We got one of the best room in the hotel and paid almost 400 euros for one night! Totally we were cheated!!!!
Cons: Breakfast was not included even though adversized as inclusion; no free bottle of wine as advertised. Gym was tiny at best. Business center is a table and computer in the breakfast area vice a seprate room.
Pros: We moved to Hotel Mayfair to escape an abysmal accommodation reviewed elsewhere. We were courteously and graciously received, conducted to our room by a most helpful bellman and made comfortable. Our room was spacious but not gaudy, clean and comfortable. We were undisturbed but helped in very way. The staff knew us within minutes of our arrival and greeted us as we came and went. When I needed to complete and item of business they solved my problem for me effortlessly. I was impressed and will return when I next am in Paris (which I hope is very soon). The city is beautiful but I was reading the visit after seeing the first hotel we tried. These folks vindicated their city. The location is magnificent for numerous sites including the Louvre, Place de la Concorde and everything within reach from there. I recommend this hotel without reservation.
Cons: From an American travelers point of view, European hotels do three things that are unfamiliar to us. First, they never provide a washcloth except upon request. We did not request one here so I don't know if one would have been forthcoming. Second, their heating systems are too efficient, making rooms too warm at night for our habit. I have never been able to solve this issue and accept it as part of the cost of traveling in Europe. Third, the bed cover always is a duvet or comforter, in American usage. Combined with the too warm room, the duvet is too much cover. We usually request a top sheet be provided. For some reason we did not do that in this case but I am sure one would have been provided had we requested it. All these things reflect European custom and cannot be taken as deficiencies, just as statements of expectation. Also, do not expect a shower curtain; expect a tub with a hand held shower to use in rinsing or in showering if that is your preference.
Located between Place de la Concorde and Place Vendome, the Hotel Mayfair Paris is an elegant 4 star boutique hotel offering 40 rooms, 7 junior suites & family rooms & a business meeting room suitable for 12. Its decoration combines harmonious colours & luxurious fabrics that define the essence of this French style home. The Hotel Mayfair Paris is a perfect illustration of French hospitality at its very best, providing a very attentive and personalised service.
Pros: I can honestly say that the staff at this hotel were the best I have ever met. Every one of them was friendly and helpful and after two nights it felt like we were leaving friends behind. Thank you to you all
The hotel itself was very nice, clean and tidy. The breakfast room and outdoor area are lovely and the breakfast itself was a great mix of anything and everything you could wish for all cooked very well
Cons: Being very picky.... the rooms are quite small and the bed was very firm.
Pros: absolutely nothing
Cons: the staff, the cheap, tacky interior, the filthyness, the rude staff constantly smoking .. the loud noisy contruction all through the night, the paper thin walls to here the lowlifes staying in the area fight, the constant sounds of sirens and distress calls.. did i mention the rude staff. the bugs and spiders in the bathroom, the lazy housekeeping service.. the stink of musty furniture throughout the place. i wouldnt even consider the food after seeing the filthy environment
Pros: The staff were friendly and helpful.
Cons: The spa room was unfinished and the ceiling had fallen through.
Wires were hanging from the ceiling onto the wet spa room floor, Very dangerous.
Rubble was left on the floor from the ceiling collapse which was very unhygienic and dangerous.
We were bitten by bed bugs also.
Pros: The hotel room was on the small side but very well equipped for the price! We especially enjoyed the multi-room speaker system with headphone jack plug that we used with our iPhone to play music, the rain shower with great water pressure, the windows that overlooked the courtyard that opened all the way up with a great breeze, the big closet that fit all our bags and clothes for our long trip, the mostly friendly staff that understood English well. The proximity to the metro stations was nice but we found Rue Magenta to be very sketchy with a lot of vagrants, loiterers and gypsy beggars.
Cons: We did not have a good experience with one of the night guards, we asked him to call us a taxi but when it was taking too long to arrive and we changed our minds he got very mad and almost began yelling at us. We had a dinner reservation to make on time and would have missed it if we waited for his cab to arrive. That's not the proper way to treat a guest at your hotel. Also the "spa" was disappointing, there was no privacy and other guests were walking in and out during our reservation time, including hotel staff interrupting the water bed massage midway asking if we had made an appointment. Yes we did make an appointment, please check your books instead of interrupting! So that experience was completely ruined.
Pros: Very clean and contemporary style. Very nice and professional hotel staff. Free coffee, tea, croissant, and free use of umbrellas. Room was not large, but plenty of space for a 4 night stay with 2 people. Great location. Exceeded our expectations in every way.
Pros: Good hotel. Would go back. Convenient location (close to train stations and metro). Nice breakfast. Comfy and clean rooms. Nice staff. Private sauna
Pros: We ended up at a Hotel Mademoiselle due to our Airbnb falling through. This turned out to be much better. Friendly staff, central location, and clean cozy rooms.
Cons: The area is a bit dirty and dodgy at night, BUT as long as you're aware of your surroundings you'll be fine.
Pros: The room was absolutely clean and comfortable.
Breakfast was great but not included.
Staff were nice.
The "big bus" tour and train station are walking distance.
Cons: It was far from all historic places that we wanted to see and go in Paris so we had to take a bus or train at day time and taxi at night since I didn't feel safe walking in that area.
If you are staying for few days I suggest to get a hotel close to area you are planning to vist but if you are planing to stay for a week or more this is a good place if you don't mind paying for taxi at night!
Pros: We needed a place for 1 night stopping through Paris, on the way to London next day via eurostar. The room was small but not by Paris standards. The bed and shower were perfect. The staff was super helpful and nice. For the money it was the perfect place to crash for the night.
Pros: Staff, room
Cons: The suite was amazing, the standard room a bit small
Pros: Parisian style with value for money
Every room at the Mademoiselle hotel features high-quality bedding, bathrobes, tea and coffee making facilities and all modern comforts. The well-being center includes a hammam, sauna, ice fountain, relaxation and fitness areas and a massage room - these amenities (excluding massages) are free. You can also relax in the Mademoiselle lounge with your choice of drink, or enjoy our delightful Parisian patio from the morning onward.
Cons: The room was terrible, no operable window, flooded bathroom from roll in shower. AC ran non-stop, room was too small with nowhere to sit, set luggage and the rate was ridiculous considering. Nowhere near four star accommodations.
Located in 9th Arrondissement, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Galeries Lafayette, Theatre Mogador, and Printemps Department Store. Gustave Moreau Museum and Louvre Museum are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Pros: I was there for a business trip, and we rented their 'Manhattan' conference room for a presentation preparation.
Very clean hotel and responsive staff.
The location is very good. It's walking distance to the place de la concorde, the opera, madeleine, saint augustin, and other landmarks.
Hyatt Paris Madeleine is a Parisian Style boutique hotel located on Boulevard Malsherbes close to fashion and business areas.The hotel has 86 rooms that offer complete comfort and luxury.The hotel also has 4 mid size meeting rooms and dedicated spaces for special events. Hyatt Paris Madeleine has two stylish restaurants, Cafe M (boulevard side) and La Chinoiserie under a glass roof. It is possible to privatise those spaces for special events.
Pros: Room service was tasty, the hotel is lovely and very well located, overall service is good, hotel is very clean. We were out mostly, but it was lovely while we were there.
Cons: It was a great experience overall, but we did sit at the bar for a drink for a long while (yes, they knew we were there) and no one served us- some one else was having a drink there already as well.
We also had some dirty, wet cleaning rags left in our room on a suitcase. No big deal, but just noted. Our room was tiny. Also, the front desk staff seemed stressed out and although ultimately helpful, they were rather brisk. Please note that our French is very limited, so this is likely just miscommunication on our part.
Pros: My clients were delited with this Hotel. You made us look good.
Cons: The Hotel went beyond our expectations. Only regret: To Good.
Pros: Excellent location, superb staff, and great breakfast.
Cons: Lobby bar too small
Pros: This hotel was in a great location, walkable to the Louvre (15min) Notre Dame (20min) and with many great restaurants and bars very close by. We took a guided tour with an English speaking guide to Versaille, booked through the front desk - it was great and I would recommend it.
Cons: The breakfast is overpriced @ 29Euro per person, but there are many other options nearby.
This 7-story Paris Beaux Arts hotel is located in the Left Bank neighborhood of St-Germain-des-Prés, 2 blocks from the Musée d'Orsay, and 500 meters from the Seine.
Pros: Staff was friendly and accommodating. Location is great if you know how to move around using public transportation.
Cons: I didn't like that there was no outlet in the bathroom to plug in my straightener and curling iron.
Pros: Outstanding everything and love Americans
Cons: Breakfast could've been better
Pros: Location was fantastic, extremely close to a metro station that you could take to pretty much wherever in Paris you wanted to go. Whilst the hotel was very luxurious (especially after a free upgrade to the executive suite) the immediate area around the hotel was rather grubby, with some intimidating homeless stationed not too far from the main entrances. The facilities were great, a nice looking gym on the 3rd floor, the pool was very nice albeit a little smaller than the photos make out. The restaurant was reasonably priced, and the food was decent. The hotel staff very friendly and spoke a variety to languages and I felt there was no real language barrier. The hotel room was very comfortable and clean and could not be faulted.
Cons: Surrounding area a little scary in contrast to the niceness of the hotel. Walls are rather thin, and could hear the surrounding guests quite clearly.
For a stay in the heart of the capital, choose the Novotel Paris Gare de Lyon hotel, located close to the Bastille. Discover its fully renovated rooms and make the most of the stunning indoor pool and modern fitness center. Whether you are visiting with family or friends, enjoy a day of discovery and entertainment at Vincennes Zoo or Disneyland® Paris (direct access via public transport) or a concert at Bercy Arena. Six premium meeting rooms are available for your seminars. Novotel is the place for you.
Pros: Very clean and modern hotel with above average room size for Paris. A block away from the Eiffel Tower!
Pros: Location was near the Eiffel tower and public transportation. Restaurants nearby.
Cons: Rooms did not have any drawer storage for clothes, There was room for 2 night stands yet there was only one. Paint color in rooms and hall was depressive,
Cons: Staff was rude and unaccommodating. Rooms were not available at the checkin time and staff repeatedly instructed patrons to come back every hour which ruined a day of travel.
Wouldn't recommend for vacation travelers.
Pros: Comfortable room , wifi ok , toilets were clean
Cons: The staff was very rude . When I requested a half an hour delay in check out time , they threatened to barge in the room exactly at 12.00 . I had to tell them , if they like I can walk in underpants in the lobby and dress up there !!!! Very impolite and rude for a four star hotel . Never choose this hotel , whatever the good review might say....
Just a stone's throw from the Eiffel Tower, this chic and completely renovated 4-star hotel on the left bank, is the perfect place for both business and leisure travelers. With its 23 modern and modular rooms, the Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel hotel breathes new life into your meetings and events. Stay active in our fitness room, with its stunning view of the Trocadéro, while the hotel's bar and restaurant, Frame, is the ideal place to meet and relax in a cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Pros: The hotel is centrally located, walking distance to the Lyon train station is a big plus, the hotel in general is very clean and the decoration is charming. The front desk staff is very welcoming, friendly and helpful. The bed is very comfortable and the room size for 3 persons is good. The amenities in the room are great: Nespresso coffee maker, water, small fridge, and the toiletries are of good quality.
Cons: The only thing we did not like at all is that the restroom door is made out of glass and is pretty see through!! There is no privacy!! We had to place a towel on the door railing for privacy and my son even turned off the light when he was taking a shower!! I recommend that a curtain is put in place to cover the glass door!! Specially when the door is in a diagonal position facing the bed. I was laying down in bed and could see my son's silhouette in the restroom!! This alone would keep me from staying at this hotel again.
Pros: Great location. Easy to get to places being near the train station
In a belle époque building less than five minutes walk from Gare de Lyon Holiday Inn® Paris - Gare de Lyon Bastille hotel offers modern convenient accommodation for business and leisure travelers alike. In the centre of Paris and near Gare de Lyon TGV a major hub for metro and RER traintras Holiday Inn Paris - Gare de Lyon Bastille hotel is an ideal base for both business and leisure travelers. La Défense a major business district is only 15 minutes away by bus or metro. You can catch up on work in your room using the inclusive Wi-Fi or take advantage of the six modern naturally lit meeting rooms which accommodate up to 150. Bercy Arena Paris' prime venue for world-class sporting events and concerts is two blocks from the hotel and a five-minute stroll brings you to another magnificent modern auditorium Opéra Bastille. You can also saunter along the River Seine from the hotel to Notre Dame cathedral in 15 minutes. For families Holiday Inn Paris - Gare de Lyon Bastille is an ideal base for a break that combines city sightseeing with a trip to Disneyland Paris only 35 minutes from Gare de Lyon by local RER train. Within the elegant facade you'll find modern public spaces and guestrooms decorated in chic contemporary monochrome and natural tones. Guests enjoy the buffet breakfast and consider bringing the family – kids under 18 stay free.
Pros: Lobby beautiful, great rooms, staff very helpful and accommodating, food and drinks excellent. Exquisitely updated and decorated. Excellent value for the money. Would recommend without hesitation.. .
The Sofitel Paris Baltimore Tour Eiffel is nestled among the most beautiful districts of Paris, close to the Champs Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. This beautiful building was transformed into a luxury hotel in the 1920s and then took the name of its first and famous guest, Lord Baltimore. With its elegant, refined décor and cozy atmosphere, the Sofitel Baltimore Paris Tour Eiffel invites you to experience the French way of life.
Pros: The welcoming and very helpful staff, cleanliness of rooms, and above all, the excellent location.
Cons: The room service was poor. We had a baby and we used to order warm milk twice a day. They gave us hot milk one day, watered down the other, cold another, and so on, even though every day we asked for a glass of warm milk. I guess it all depends on who is on the shift.
Pros: O.K., I know its owned by Hyatt but It still felt boutiquey and small with a personal touch (as if not owned by Hyatt). The staff focused on attentive service, from the front desk, to room service, etc. Its clearly part of the staff culture. There is an intimate feel as if they all know each other--and everything about you. When I spoke to one front desk person they know a discussion I had with another the day before. The Concierge was amazing and made recommendations and the actual reservations and when things were not available made good judgments on his own for changes. We felt like they know us and were watching out for us. It is not that big really which helps in this case. The rooms felt well maintained with a terrific balance of old world and new. Highly Recommended!!!!
Pros: The worst hotel
Cons: Old smelly rooms , bad carpet dirty, wood very bad
Pros: The best about hte hotel is its location - just next to the Louvre, between two squares, walking distance to everything I wanted to visit (never took a taxi or any other kind of transport). The receptionists were English-speaking and nice and helpful. The room was spacey (stayed in a junior suit), as well as the bathroom, cosy and clean. In fact, everything in the room, as well as the service, could be compared to a 5* hotel (including the cosmetics in the bathroom). Plus, the free WiFi is a nice addition to all.
Cons: The hall and the corridors need renewing - the first impression of the hotel lowers ones expectations because of the old and a bit dirty common spaces in the hotel. Another thing, is that the air-conditioning was poorly working and it was a bit hot, but I just turned it off and opened the windows from time to time. Also, unpleasant surprice was the thinnes of the walls - I could hear every slam of a door and footsteps, however, no one really made noise, so I slept like a baby. One more thing about noise is that the windows of my room overlooked an inner yard and when opening the window there was a bussying sound from the air-conditioning or other machines. Overall, these were quite minor problems and didn't spoil my stay in the least!
Pros: The quality of the rooms, decoration, and space are far far less than shown in the pictures and indicated in the hotel desciption.
Pros: Concierge services are exceptional - special thanks to Eric, Remy, Magaly.
Pros: it was next to the metro station
Pros: Great location ......just a short walk from some fantastic places of great interest. Buzzing cafe night life right on the doorstep too....good atmosphere in the hotel...
Cons: It seemed expensive and the quality failed to match the expense....certainly for a pound based UK visitor. There was a shortage of helpful welcoming staff....particularly at reception where you face an unacceptable wait. Irritating.
Pros: Location and comfort.
Pros: Location, nice atmosphere
Cons: On the expensive side
Pros: Excellent location, helpful staff, clean rooms, large and light bathrooms, really french atmosphere, close to most of the sightseeings and fashion boutiques.
Cons: The decoration of rooms is a bit tired, but this is a problem of the most of the hotels in the centre of Paris.
Pros: Great traditional typical parisian 4* hotel. Excellent location.
Cons: Wanted 100 euros to stay until 1:00pm for check-out. Offered me 12 noon free.
THE HOTEL IS UNDERGOING RENOVATIONS UNTIL THE END OF DECEMBER 2018, AFFECTING ALL ROOMS AND PUBLIC AREAS.The main entrance has moved to 172 Rue de Rivoli.This truly Parisian grand hotel rises in the very heart of Paris arts and culture. The 4 facades look out on emblematic monumenst: Louvre Museum, Opera, Comedie Francaise, Palais Royal Square. Surrounded by the best of Paris with four facades facing the famous cultural sights, the Hotel du Louvre is two minutes walk from the Museum.
This hotel definately did not meet the standards of a Marriott and considering the high price I had to pay, I would not recommend this hotel to anyone going to Paris. There are plenty of hotels around that area.
Pros: I liked the staff in the club lounge and the size of the romm
Cons: The A/C would not cool the room and there were mice in the main lobby area and the club lounge (downstairs). Also every few minutes I had to Re-connect to the internet
The Paris Marriott Opera Ambassador Hotel eagerly awaits your visit, with 4-star sophistication and an unparalleled location. You'll find us ideally situated in the heart of the city's legendary Opera District, a short distance from popular attractions including Galeries Lafayette and the Opera Garnier. Settle into your beautifully designed room, which showcases Art Deco decor; free Wi-Fi access enables you to stay connected while you're in Paris, while plush pillowtop bedding encourages relaxation. Elsewhere within the hotel, you can enjoy a superb meal at 16 Haussmann, our on-site restaurant, or maintain your fitness routine at the gym. If you're planning a business or social event, you can make use of our versatile, immaculately appointed venues. And with the Opera District right at your doorstep, you have easy access to landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and much more. Whatever brings you here to the City of Light, the 4-star Paris Marriott Opera Ambassador Hotel is ready to make your trip unforgettable.