Hotel is literally just off the arc de triomphe, next to metro stop, restaurants and the Big Bus hop on hop off bus. The rooms are small but clean and well equipped. Breakfast is good and has a great selection. We forgot our plug adapter but reception leant is one. They always gave good directions to places. Taxi from hotel to Garde de nord was 16 euros. Taxi from hotel to moulin Rouge was also 16 euros. Would recommend moulin Rouge- it’s a brilliant show. I would highly recommend this hotel for location, helpful staff and good facilities at a reasonable price. Photo is of our room (24) and breakfast lounge.
This was a weird stay. The staff at the front desk gave me a key with a massive piece of plastic hanging from it and demanded that I leave the key at reception every time I left the hotel. Just bizarre, no? The room was acceptable, but I wouldn't have been happy on the ground floor. The manager asked me to be quiet as I entered the lift so I didn't wake the guests who were staying literally right next to it.
Brilliant location, about 50 paces from the Arch Du Triumph and tourist bus stop. It is a small hotel Breakfast was simple but sufficient. Clean. Friendly staff. Just could have done with a kettle in our room. Would definitely stay there again.
If you want a good, clean, friendly hotel for a few nights to see Paris, this is a great selection. It’s very close to the Arc de Triumphe and the Metro Station. Friendly and efficient staff. We’d definitely recommend !
Since 2000, every year my wife and I have traveled to France and NEVER EVER thought of burglary would happen on us! This was the first time we stayed in this hotel because hotels nearby like Hotel Mercure and Elysees were fully booked. For the policy of the hotel, every time we went out, we needed to leave the key in reception. Then, BREAK IN AND BURGLARY happened while we went to the bar one block behind for the World Cup game, France vs Argentina (Paris Time 1530-1900, June 30 Saturday)! Our 4 suitcases’ locks were all damaged by professional burglar, money and new bought jewel accessories were gone! I rushed towards the receptionist at once (our room was on 1st floor), telling her (Julie) crime happened and asked her to call the police, but she REFUSED!!! Despite our stuff were damaged and being searched, and valuables were “disappeared”, Julie’s explanation was “maybe our technician entered your room for measurement and moved your suitcases…” What? Seriously? A technician can feel free to enter a guest’s room without prior notice to the guest? And obviously, it was the “crime scene” of the burglary, how could she deny it by telling us such stupid excuse!!! Without any action taken, she only emphasized hotel was safe and nobody broke in our room! We were in fiercely anger and insisted her to call police; but the reply was “You can get a taxi outside to police station”. How helpful! After we had decided to call police by ourselves, Julie could not stop us but only helped us to call the police unwillingly. Eventually, police came and recorded the happening… That night was really a nightmare! The hotel was extremely insecure to stay and we kept awake all night long!!! It totally ruined our mood in Paris and the rest of our trip! Next morning (Sunday) we went to police station for further declaration of the case. Dramatically, we heard a victim sitting next to us also reporting burglary in Hotel Tivoli – it happened at the same time as ours! (the victim, Mr. H from Lebanon, who stayed on 4th floor). While going back to hotel with Mr. H, we confronted the receptionist. Julie could not make any excuse but only admitted “SOMETHING HAPPENED” last night. She still reluctant to say it was theft or burglary!!! We insisted to contact the hotel manager several times. Finally, the deputy manager came to talk with us on Monday morning. We told the deputy the whole story and showed her the police declaration and our damaged suitcases. She was nice and considerate, seemed to understand our situation. She promised us to investigate the case and proceeded the compensation for us. A month later, after we were back to home, the hotel finally told us “they found a suspect who checked out a day after the break in, and they are looking for that man…” Time flies. Six months passed. 2019 arrived. I wrote countless emails hope someone will speed up the case. There is NO apology NOR insurance compensation!!! The hotel manager said our case had been passed to insurance company and the insurance company passed to surveyor… Nothing happened, we still waiting, the world still spinning, hotel still running…… Hope we were the last victims in Hotel Tivoli.…