Great moment at this hotel with an amazing teatime! The place is magical and you feel privileged by the quality of the service! Service was really nice and the dessert unbelievable Such a good time 😍
This hotel is excellent. My family feel at home here. The receptionist are very friendly and helpful. The room is clean and comfy. The surrounding is perfect for tourists as it is in the center of Paris, very close to metro station. French people are friendly, especially the women, beutifull. Thanks. Harlyn Sianturi, Balige
Okay, lets start with the positives, this hotel is in a very good location, a few steps away from Les Halles Metro station. It has a Nespresso machine in the bedroom and you can request additional pods from reception. I was travelling with my husband and our 15 year old daughter, we booked a room with two queen beds, thinking there would be additional space, there wasn't! The room was very cramped and there was no usable mirror near a plug to allow you to style your hair, there was a hairdryer in the very cramped bathroom, this hairdryer (like all hotels) wasn't fit to style my hair and there was nowhere to plug straighteners in etc. The curtains in the room were covered in holes which allowed the sunlight to shine through in the morning (not what i would expect of a 4 star hotel at this price. On the first night we arrived the air conditioning wasn't working satisfactorily, we reported this to reception and the next day they said they had changed the filter and it was (very slightly) better, but with daytime temperatures in the mid to late 30s it was still pretty unbearable. The bathroom had a water fall shower, but they didn't provide you with shower caps, on request from reception we did manage to get hold of one. The toilet is separate from the bathroom, behind a glass door. They did provide sanitary bags but there was no bin with a lid for such products. The toilet roll (although i appreciate that it is recycled) was brown and very poor quality. The breakfast, was acceptable, however on arrival you were provided with a basket containing a croissant, and pain au chocolat and a very small half slice of french bread per person. We didn't actually want the pastries and therefore had to request additional bread each day. The cooked breakfast looked awful, although i didn't actually try it, my husband did and confirmed it was as bad as it looked. There was limited fruit available, along with cheese and ham. When we checked into the hotel we were informed that we had paid in full and that there were no additional charges (something i also have on email from the hotel). We handed over our credit card to be scanned for 100 euro deposit to be refunded at checkout; however when we went to checkout we were told that we were liable to pay the city tax, per person, per day which they promptly took from the deposit. All in all a very unsatisfactory 4 night stay at the very average 3 star (at best) hotel.…
It's located in Les Halles, walking distance from the best the city of Paris can offer: the Louvre and la gare d'Orsay, Rue Saint Honore' and Place Vendome, restaurants from Les Marees to la Rive Gauche, a boulangerie producing the best bread I ever tasted. Relaxing atmosphere and no traffic jam at the entrance. The best way to enjoy Paris.
Just back from a long weekend staying at the Novotel Les Halles and wanted to post a very positive review. From start to finish the hotel far surpassed what I had expected.. great location (metro/RER next door) and very handy for all the sites, very professional service from staff from check in, to breakfast staff to check out - handling the COVID situation very competently. Superior room with sofabed OK - all the facilities you need. Hotel super clean and efficient.. excellent breakfast despite the santiary restrictions.. overall a great stay. If I had any criticism/negative comments..the TV didnt seem to work and Saturday night was noisy on the square in front of the hotel so ask for a quieter room on the back. But overall a good place to stay in Paris.