This is a pleasant hotel tucked away in a side street, across from the main entrance to the Palace. As it is in a quiet street, noise is not an issue so we slept well. We had a superior room which was quite large and airy, even though it was on the top floor. The bed was comfortable, so too were the pillows. The bathroom was well appointed, not amazing, but very clean and recently upgraded. Staff were courteous and friendly.
Breakfast was good - usual continental buffet. You could eat as much as you wanted.
The car park is directly underneath the hotel and you gain access through security doors a little way along the street. You need to get a 'pass' from reception to gain entry. The parking areas are clearly marked and there is a lift or stairs to take you straight up to reception. A word of warning though - there isn't much room for manoeuvre down there, so smaller cars are better.
We stayed here on our first night in Paris and thought the drinks were quite expensive, that is until we moved on and realised that £15 for a beer and a scotch is about average!!!
Our main criticism is that there was not any tea or coffee making facilities in the room. Nothing better than a cup of tea or coffee first thing in the morning, or after a days sight seeing!
Chose a superior room for the extra space.
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