My husband and I stayed at the Keppler for 3 nights in August and really enjoyed our stay. It is a very pretty, small, boutique hotel. The lobby has two "living rooms" so it has a very homey, comfortable atmosphere. It is quite upscale, very classy. It's like a small version of a Four Seasons for people who like this level of accomodation without the large hotel feel.
The room itself is small by American standards but large for Paris standards. We were in an Executive King room, which had a desk, bed, two nightstands, a console table by the TV and a flat screen TV on the wall. Our room faced an inner courtyard so there was no city view.
The breakfast was included in our deal, which was lovely. There was a buffet with scrambled eggs, ham, fruit, dry cereals, fresh fruit, selection of breads, pastries, pancakes, crepes, juices, etc.
The service was very nice from the front desk, the bellman, breakfast servers, etc.. Don't expect the overly warm sort of welcome that you'd get here in Texas, but it is certainly very cordial and professional -- very Parisian.
The location is on a small, quiet, residential street. There's not a lot going on right by the hotel but it's only about a 15 minute walk to the Champs Elysee and the Arc de Triomphe in one direction and about 15 minute walk to the Eiffel Tower and Trocadero in the other direction. We also walked to the Jacquemart-Andre museum from here which was more like about 25 minutes. It would probably be around 45 minutes to the Louvre, if you're up for it.
If you want a quiet, romantic location to retire to after a busy day, then you'll love it. If you want more of a busy, bustling location where you just walk out your door and see lots of people on the street, then this probably will be too sedate for you.
The air conditioning was very good in the room, and you can control your own room temperature. The internet was free in rooms and the quality was decent. There are not many English selections on TV. I think it was just CNN, Bloomberg and maybe CNBC. We figured out how to change the language of a show to English on certain programs, but as soon as you change the channel to flip around it reverts back to French, so it makes it not so fun to watch TV. It was kind of entertaining to see Ross and Rachel break up in French though.
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