This is great hotel in a fashionable area of Paris. The room we stayed in was well-appointed and clean and the staff were very friendly and professional. The theatre theme of the hotel adds character and takes it well away from the boring anonymity of chain hotels. Location-wise, you are a ten minute walk away from the base of Montmartre and about a half hour walk to the Opera area. There are plenty of decent bars and restaurants nearby, including the rather excellent Bistro Smiley on the corner which offers excellent food and happy hour drinks prices in the evening up until 11pm, which in Paris is greatly appreciated! The only minor criticism I have is that I think a wider variety of breakfast options would be appreciated, if, like me you don't really enjoy croissants and jam and bread etc for breakfast. Still, I do appreciate that I was in France, so I do take that into consideration. It wasn't enough to ruin my enjoyment of my stay there - particularly as the coffee is excellent! I think the hotel's biggest asset though is its staff who were very helpful and did everything they could to make our stay as enjoyable as possible. Would we stay there again? Yes, absolutely.…
Wonderful hotel with very friendly and helpful staff. The staff were always on hand to offer help and advice if needed Excellent location just off a vibrant street. Just what we were after for our few days away. We will definitely return to hotel Sasha
We loved this hotel. The theatrically styled bedrooms were fun, clean and bright. The theatre-themed decor begins in the entrance/reception, making you feel like you'd stepped into a fairy-story as you step off the street.The welcome is genuinely warm and the service excellent. It's well-located: a 15-20 minute walk from the Gard du Nord (or you can take the metro), or Montmartre. There is excellent speciality food shopping two minutes away on the Rue de Martyrs, and pre-Christmas, a carousel at the top of the street. We're planning to go back, which is why I'm posting this review now - it's on my mind.
My first trip to Paris was during the week of Halloween 2019 (Oct 27 to Nov 1), and this was the place that my Mother booked for our stay in the City of Light. We were assigned to Room 502, I was ecstatic that I would have a bedroom to myself including a bathroom, I also had a view of the Parisian rooftops including the Eiffel Tower in the distance! That was the reason why this property is my favorite hotel experience. I really liked the ambiance that the interior décor gave off, it felt like sleeping in a Parisian Opera, simply magical! I also found the hotel breakfast to be yummy and customer service to be very welcoming. Lastly, this hotel had free Paris maps for anybody who needed them, I now consider that to be a souvenir!
Well this time round to Paris... hotel is in an easy enough location for walking... nearest tube is a small walk away. Some nice cafes near the hotel. Hotel itself is not bad. Wouldn’t say a 4 star more 3.5 Star. See pics and you’ll see why. Breakfast consists of continental and some hot food including scrambled and boiled egg, sausages and bacon and mushrooms. Big disappoint the fruit was very few and a little old not fresh. Upgrade room nice, heating worked well and bed was comfortable. Shower cubicle very small. If your on the larger side possibly look for another hotel as both shower cubicles in both the tiny room and the upgraded room were the same! Customer service though was very very good! Nice and easy check in and check out!! Spoke really good English!