great room for a family with two young children 2 and 5, the loft master and the kids beds on the entry floor was perfect. Kids loved it and perfect space. Great breakfast buffet. Prime location near the opera and shopping within close walking distance. Staff was very helpful.
First time in Paris not knowing anything about the city we lucked on on the perfect hotel. The central location was perfect as we were able to walk to all the attractions. The staff were all so friendly we can't say enough. Thank you for making it the perfect trip and making us feel special. Hope to see you again.
As a family of 4, the Citadines Les Halles was a perfect hotel for our stay. We stayed in room 724 - on the top floor and away from all noises, with views to the internal courtyard so very quiet. The separate room enabled us to put the kids to bed while we could move in the central area. The pullout sofa was very comfortable as were the pillows. Hotel staff were all very friendly and helpful. Laundry facility was easy to use - €9 for washer and dryer and they provided powder for the washes. Central location in pedestrian area meant no passing vehicles. Lots of cafe/brasseries. Very close to les Halles for shopping and metro if you are comfortable and 10 minutes to louvre, Notre dame, 5 mins to seine river. We felt safe at all times. Highly recommended.
I loved staying at the Lyric Hotel from check-in to check-out! After a terrible experience with another hotel, I found and booked with Lyric. From the moment I walked in the door, I knew it would be a wonderful stay. The staff was super kind and very helpful. I arrived at the hotel around 10:30, and was just going to drop off my bags and check in later. The woman at the desk told me that my room was ready and OFFERED to have me check-in. You'd have to see my review of the other hotel for context. This was a welcomed change.
From there, I loved my room. It was clean, very comfortable, and had an adorable balcony with a view of the Eiffel Tower. What more could you ask for? I plan to spend a lot more time in Paris, and Lyric will be my go to hotel. Thank you for saving my trip, Lyric staff!!!
Traveller from Columbia, SC
The Résidence Métropole Opéra lies close to the Opera House, Place Vendôme , the Louvre Museum and many other Paris' …More
The hotel is not overly five star. The staff are good and pleasant. The furniture are not entirely pristine. They show signs of wear. I would have expected the layout, the furniture to have turned out better.
The food is not bad. The staff are good. For that price, I expected more.
We had one night to spend in Paris and we are so glad that we chose to spend it here! From the moment we walked into reception until the moment we checked out we were always made to feel that we were special. The room was very comfortable and clean with a little balcony and lovely views. You are extremely central, situated in between The Louvre and Notre Dam, with cafes and restaurants in abundance. The metro is a short stroll away, as is The Seine river. You really can't asked for much more at this reasonable price! Make sure you have the breakfast also, it is really nice too! Thank you for making our stay so lovely!
The Britannique is an authentic, charming 3-star Paris hotel located in the heart of the city's historic center. Its …More
I was on vacation in Paris with my two adult children and chose Hotel Mayfair because I stayed there the last time I was in Paris. It's a charming, quiet, centrally located boutique hotel with great service and a lovely breakfast room that becomes a quiet, intimate bar setting by night.
We rented two rooms for 8 nights and had a wonderful experience. The front desk staff is friendly and helpful and the rooms a good size, as French hotels go.
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.