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Villa Eugenie is a charming hotel that pays tribute to the period marked by Napoleon III, situated in the 17th arrondissement next to the picturesque Butte Montmarte and Sacré Coeur. This elegant property features stylishly decorated and fitted rooms that provide you with a relaxing space for the duration of your visit to Paris.
All reviews pont cardinet train station minute walk breakfast was excellent late at night cafes and restaurants few blocks rooms are small eiffel tower parisian necessities france charles versailles champs gare opera
After deciding to stay and extra 3 nights in Paris I was having trouble finding a place in a good location. The hotel was warm, welcoming and the room comfortable and nice. Breakfast was as expected. The staff was helpful and Friendly.
We arrived in Paris late at night after driving from Barcelona...Villa Eugenie was just what we needed after many hours in the car as the beds were super comfortable and we had a heavenly sleep. The rooms were beautifully decorated in old world style, which...More
I reserved this hotel at the last minute because it was the cheapest thing available in the city. I was unaware that it was Fashion Week which was coinciding with a travel fair that I was attending for work. Everything in the city was either...More
Booked it through hotwire as I wasn't sure where to book in Paris. It turned out to be a big surprise as this hotel is just across the street from Train station. There are a lot of shops and resturants nearby as well, very convenient....More
Not bad but like hotel 3 stars should change the level of the hotel and its too boring no place to change mood , it’s just a place to sleep not luxury @ all need to give 3 stars and expensive for the service they...More
I travelled a lot due to Necessity of my job. This has been my first time that I lost an expensive gadget. I just didn't think Europe hotels would do this to me. I had even travelled to India where I carry worth... More
I travelled a lot due to Necessity of my job. This has been my first time that I lost an expensive gadget. I just didn't think Europe hotels would do this to me. I had even travelled to India where I carry worth of 20,000USD of gadgets for my job but nothing happened, so I was expecting the same securities for all hotels because they are also claiming 4 star, so I assume they have also 4 star security with CCTV on each hall but unforunately, they dont! And staff are not the helpful.. I am still staying here now and they act like still nothing happens.. Even just the symphaty.. I never had them with their staff!
Most economical take the RER "B" line from Roissy to Gare du Nord (10€) then take Metro line #2 Direction Charles de Gaule Etoile and get off at Rome. The hotel is a 7" walk up rue de Rome. More comfortable, take the Air... More
Most economical take the RER "B" line from Roissy to Gare du Nord (10€) then take Metro line #2 Direction Charles de Gaule Etoile and get off at Rome. The hotel is a 7" walk up rue de Rome. More comfortable, take the Air France "Le Car" to Charles de Gaule Etoile for 17€ each then take a taxi to hotel 10€. I have to warn you that the hotel's internet is pretty useless because they block sites which prevents me from reading The New York Times or even certain restaurant reviews on this same site.