Welcome to Hotel des Bains, your Paris “home away from home.” Hotel des Bains aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as Sainte-Chapelle (1.3 mi) and Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris (1.3 mi) make Hotel des Bains a great place to stay when visiting Paris.
Rooms at Hotel des Bains provide air conditioning, a desk, and a seating area, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy breakfast buffet while staying at Hotel des Bains.
If you like seafood restaurants, Hotel des Bains is conveniently located near Le Jules Verne, Le Grand Colbert, and Pedra Alta.
If you’re looking for something to do, The Catacombs of Paris (0.6 mi), Luxembourg Gardens (0.6 mi), and Latin Quarter (1.0 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel des Bains.
Hotel des Bains puts the best of Paris at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This hotel is the epitome of my notions of romantic Paris. We four stayed two nights in a first floor suite. The courtyard was irresistible with its window boxes and curving staircase. The location was right on the metro, which made our visit very convenient. Day two we walked to a patisserie for croissants, ate them at a little park, and then walked to the catacombs. (Skip the line there!) From there we easily took the metro to the Eiffel Tower and then hopped on the Big Bus! We used a taxi to CDG both ways. The hotel will call a taxi for you for a slight charge.
In April my wife and I stayed at the Hotel des Bains and really enjoyed ourselves. The hotel is excellent for visiting Paris and they do have a garage that you can use during your stay at the hotel. Our room is a suite with two rooms and is ideal for us. The hotels is very close to the metro and many excellent restaurants. The staff is also outstanding.
The location is perfect, in a nice and rather street with typical French shops (butcher, traîteurs), some local pubs with terrace on the sidewalk. Very close to 2 metro stations and train station. Saturday French market, Sunday art market. We had a room on the 4th floor. It was clean, the bed (queen size) was good, but the size of the room very tiny, and the decorations somehow bizar. Friendly welcome!
We had a great room, two twin beds over looking an interior courtyard. The room was quiet and clean and amusingly decorated. The bathroom was awesome.This is not the Hilton, it means that sheets are a bit thin, towels are not huge, no room service, etc. but the room was clean and fresh and we got fresh towels and the beds made each day. We were on the 6th floor, and there is a lift. But be aware that you have to be able to climb a half story, as the lift accesses halfway between floors.The only downside was that at peak moments of use age the water pressure was a bit scarey, it would drop to a trickle and then start back up.The neighborhood felt very safe, full of cafes, creperies, and restaurants, and the hotel was a very short walk from several different underground stations.We loved it and would definitely stay here again! ESP as the rooms were 85€ per night.…
I'll start with the positive things because it's really short: 1. Great renovated shower. 2. Convenient location near several options of public transportation. Unfortunately it's surely not enough and from years of traveling and especially in Paris I know for certain that for the same money you could do much much better: 1. The service was horrible: the not so kind receptionist gave us a room that was tiny compare to others (small by not so tiny) with no closet, no space to put anything in the bathroom, a broken lock on the door and a safe that can't be closed either, hence we can't use it! only after a very assertive complaint he was willing to give us the room next door that surprisingly enough was already renovated and we can actually close it's door, put our clothes in the closet, use the safe and a have a little space in the room. 2. The Elevator is practically not useful: when we came the elevator didn't work at all and we have to carry our suitcases in a very narrow and twisted staircase. When the elevator did work it was of no use since it's not really gets to the level of the room. you have to take a few steps down and then some more steps up in order to get to it, so we didn't use it till the last day, then after a very long wait we could use this tiny elevator with our luggage after we carry it on the stairs.. 3. The worst was the deceive/negligence of the lady that was in the reception on our last day: she promised and we verify twice the price for a taxi to CDG airport and she seems very experienced and confident in herself. She indeed ordered the taxi or us but at the evening when we arrive to the airport the driver demanded 24% more and we didn't have a choice but pay him and hurry to our flight!…