The hotel was perfectly placed for the main sights of Paris and was within easy reach of the metro system. The room we stayed in was spacious, comfortable and quiet and the staff lovely and friendly. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again and would recommend it to anyone thinking of visiting Paris.
Attending a conference in Porte Maillot. Convenient to get to and in a lovely area just minutes walk from the metro and from the beautiful Tuilleries gardens.
Breakfast too expensive - €17 each day
Room clean but a little small even though single room
Bed ok, pillows massive and uncomfortable
No iron/board in room but can be borrowed
Free WiFi in room
Shower clean but railing was broken
Traveller from R
The Duminy-Vendome hotel is located in a quiet street between two of the most prestigious streets of Paris: St Honoré …More
The position of this hotel was perfect for access to all major landmarks and the area around it was great for food in the evenings after a hard day's sight seeing. Cafe de Relais two doors down did fabulous breakfasts to set you up for the day with brilliant staff. Cheaper than hotel breakfast.
I booked this hotel at short notice but was very pleased with my choice. The hotel has been recently decorated and it looks lovely. Free wifi throughout, a decent continental breakfast available and very helpful staff. Rooms are small but not unduly so for Paris. Very centrally located. Reasonably provided for Paris. Highly recommended.
Traveller from Sydney
After a delightful walk along the Paris Champs Elysees , the charming France d'Antin Hotel will warmly welcome you in the …More
This place is simply amazing. They have everything that you could ever need and more. The service is outstanding, food is amazing, fantastic location, and service remarkable!! You can't go wrong here. They made us feel like royalty.
Galen from Boston
The Hotel Meurice is ideally located at the heart of the city's historic sites and luxury shopping areas. The Tuileries …More
Close to all major attractions and Metro stop. We were 4 women traveling together and felt safe at all times. We really wished we had a mini fridge in either of the two rooms that worked. The last day there wasn't any hot water which was very disappointing.
By the Tuileries gardens on the Seine’s Right Bank, the Louvre museum dominates Paris’s cultural heart. Exclusive boutiques line Rue St-Honoré and Rue de Rivoli, and a shiny modern shopping mall occupies the old market of Les Halles. The 2nd is the finance and theatre district, containing the Bourse (stock exchange) and the Comédie Française national theatre. Châtelet–Les Halles station is the city’s biggest and busiest transport interchange.