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.
When I arrived on a hot day in Paris I was told that the air conditioning in the hotel was broken in many rooms and they put me in a ground floor interior room overlooking a construction site. I indicated it was impossible to stay there and requested a change within the hotel or a room in Best Western nearby. At that point they "found" a nice room for me overlooking the street which did have AC. Staff seemed to be nice and helpful, but impersonal. If I had not insisted on the room change, I would have been stuck. The rooms are on the larger size for Paris and the location of this hotel at the Chatelet-Les Halles Metro Stop can't be beat.
The location could not have been any better. The service was awesome, and the room was very comfortable. I would go back to this hotel in a heartbeat and suggest it to others! Rooms were updated, and the lobby was comfortable.
"Great location, nice staff, room was was spacious."
Our room was maintained and cleaned each day, with chocolates on our bed each evening. The tariff was good for the location and we would happily stay there again and recommend it to our friends. Breakfast was limited, slow service (even at 09:00). A Monoprix supermarket around corner was a better option for picnic breakfasts in our room, supplying us with our preferred items for in room meals. For our five nights stay it was an ideal launching venue for all our museum visits and other adventures. Paris is a pricey city, however Hotel Brighton otherwise is realistically priced for what you get.
The hotel was very good and luxury. The price was very high. Like most hotels in paris rooms are small and facilities are limited. Breakfast menue was very limited too. But lunch and dinner was very good.
The Hotel Meurice is ideally located at the heart of the city's historic sites and luxury shopping areas. The Tuileries …More
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.