Had just one night here and was charmed by the hotel. Very comfortable and tastefully decorated rooms. Delightful breakfast room with excellent buffet selection. Very courteous staff. And in the middle a small courtyard that would be a delight to sit in during the summer months. I will certainly go here again. Charming, romantic, small... everything you want from a Parisian hotel.
Stayed for a short city break with my partner. Very friendly and helpful welcome. Clean and stylish interior. Small but very pleasant room, we were on fifth floor facing street but traffic noise was not a problem. Good continental breakfast served in the “cellar” restaurant. A little more guidance at breakfast would have been useful e.g. how to use toaster, coffee machine etc? Would definitely recommend and will hopefully return!
Nothing bad to say about this hotel. Sits in a quiet area in the Latin Quarter, minutes walk from Rue Mouffetard with bars and restaurants aplenty. Buses run from across the road, nearest Metro 7-8 minutes walk. We had a warm welcome from the gent on reception and a good recommendation for our first night restaurant choice, thankyou! Rooms on the small side but presume that might be the norm in Paris? Breakfast was very nice, served in the cave in the basement. All in all everything was just as we wanted and would use again next time we visit.
I don't have a bad thing to say about this hotel! I went with my boyfriend for our 2 year anniversary.The rooms are lovely and the staff are even nicer, we got to the hotel before our check in time so they took all our luggage and put it in their storage so we could go out. The hotel is beautifully done up, like something out of a book - it's all got a very elegant yet quirky style. When we came back to check in, we were given a room on the 6th floor (top floor) which we had no issue with. However when we got in a few minutes later the fire alarm went off, the lifts then stop working so we ran down 6 flights of stairs (we passed a painter and decorator on the way who didn't look bothered so it must have been set off by accident) but it shook us up a little bit. They swapped our room without so much as a question. For one night we were given a ground floor family room which you get to from the garden, they are very lush if you are thinking of booking for more than 2! Sadly, they had guests staying in there the next night so we got a room on the first floor which I had no troubles with. It was on the main road side of the hotel but I never got woken up by any noise so that's nothing to worry about. We got breakfast included which was served from 7:30 to 10:30 I think, they had a nice continental selection, lovely dining area and always someone there to refill the buffet. Croissants, pastries, yoghurts, fresh fruit and juice etc, I thought for the price it was very good. One member of staff in particular spoke basically fluent English, she was amazingly helpful. Everyday we'd ask them directions to wherever as the people at the buses and metro are pretty useless. She looked them up and wrote them down for us everyday and we never had an issue with getting anywhere thanks to her! They seemed genuinely caring, one older man warned us of lots of pickpockets near the Sacre Coeur when we told him we were going there and said to be careful in crowds which I thought was very lovely of him. This hotel is situated in a great location - Port Royale is the closest metro stop, you turn out the hotel and walk right to the main road and it's straight from there so you can't get lost! Jardin de Luxembourg is a 5/10 minute walk at most, I definitely recommend giving it a visit, it's really beautiful. Pantheon, Notre Dame and the river aren't too far either, maybe 10/15 minutes away. The hotel is close enough to walk to many things but far enough that the area is very peaceful and we had no trouble which I was a bit wary of being in Paris. Shop virtually opposite and more cafes than you could ever visit, a bus stop at the top of the road and quite a few not so fancy restaurants nearby. On our last day we realised there is a restaurant directly opposite with a Michelin star! It's really hidden so unfortunately we never tried it, most the restaurants nearby were a bit rubbish, we tried a different one every night. but they were all very casual, burger type places and we were hoping for something a little more classy one night. All in all, I cannot fault the hotel in any way and I would definitely stay here again if I had the opportunity!…
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this small, charming hotel, with courteous, warm and helpful staff. The neighborhood is lovely and close to bus and metro and walking distance to some fine restaurants, the Pantheon, and the Seine. We recommend highly!