Loved this hotel - small but perfectly formed room, the bathroom was a miracle of space usage but had everything you could need. The location is perfect - near enough everything but the quietest place I've stayed in the city at night. The afternoon tea (complimentary) was a nice bonus. Would definitely stay here again.
Upon leaving the hotel on the early morning of 18/05/22 I was accosted by a man, pushed, slapped and robbed. I didn’t realize that he had stollen my 14k gold necklace until I was on my airplane. When I returned home and called the hotel manger for assistance she refused to help and was very rude.
Super location, quiet on a side street, great breakfast, and unique decor. The front desk was quite helpful. Our room was good size for central Paris with decent showers. Being in an old building the elevator was small but enough for 2 or 3 people.
After much research, my wife and I decided to stay at Hotel Therese for 4 nights and we were impressed! However, you must realize what this hotel is and what it is not!! If you‘re looking for a large, swanky hotel with lots of amenities such as pools, gyms, & a spa…this is not the place for you. But if you‘re looking for a cozy hotel in a centrally located but quiet street only steps away from restaurants, cafes, and jardins, with a wonderful breakfast, super-friendly staff, and beautifully decorated rooms…then this is the hotel for you! We booked an Executive room, and the size was perfect. (I would be cautious to book the hotel‘s smallest room, as I can only imagine how tight it must feel). However, the Parisienne view was nice and the closet / changing room was an added bonus. The continental breakfast spread was also delicious (much larger than French breakfast, but smaller than an I-HOP spread…but that‘s ok since this is Europe!) Finally, the hotel staff was super-friendly, and any issues or questions were quickly resolved / answered. We will be back if fortune brings us back to Paris.…
Merci beaucoup pour tout! I have been in many areas and all kinds of hotels in Paris. As I am a light sleeper, my main concern is always how quiet it will be at night. No worrying about that here. There’s no metro line under, and the narrow street on rue Therese in very quiet at all times. I love the area. It is close to everything I wanted to see and we walked around all days. The Louvre, Rue de Rivoli, Saint Germain, the Seine river, The Latin quartier. The hotel is in an old building and looks it has been renovated recently. The bed is good. Bathroom is spotlessly clean. What you should be aware is that rooms are tiny. So especially if you are used to have big rooms in hotels, consider asking for bigger room. We had breakfast each morning. It is just perfectly made and gave us energy until late afternoon. Will be coming back.…
My friend and I enjoyed a six night stay in March at this lovely hotel . We had an Executive room which was a generous size. Along with a king bed, there was a small table and two chairs plus a bench. There were also 2 small desk areas for our computers and ample outlets. The bathroom was very nice as well ---a large walk in closet/dressing area was an added bonus. The linens were nice and everything was very clean. We enjoyed complimentary afternoon tea and treats in the lobby several afternoons. The hotel is very well located - easy walks to the Louvre, Saint Chapelle, The Seine, etc. The staff was very pleasant, welcoming and helpful. Thanks to Claude (who always greeted us each morning with a big smile ) and Fanny, who was very helpful in suggesting restaurants and securing cabs when needed. We enjoyed the Express Breakfast (coffee and croissants) each morning in the lounge area. There were several great restaurants nearby... Bistrot Vivienne, Le Comptoir and Le Minet Galant were especially good... also had nice dinners at Le Mesturet and Le Zinc. We loved our time at Therese and highly recommend this charming hotel.…
I was so looking forward to our Stay at the Hotel. Claude who runs the breakfast and afternoon tea was amazing and so was the night shift gentlemen, both Claude and this man salvaged our stay. Hospitality inside the hotel is cold and when asked to help us with restaurants or to arrange a car, they sent us to very touristy options where obviously they get a commission. They were not helpful in the least arranging a car, giving very little care to our situation. This is a 4 Star hotel… they should care more and do better. Rooms were nice, location is amazing, better staff would make this a gem for sure.
Loved it sm it is truly one of my new favourite hotels in paris!!! Would recommend and would definitely come back here. You should all definitely try out this beautiful hotel and the people working there are AMAZING
A friendly boutique hotel with excellent service, comfortable rooms and well-located in the centre of the city for the Louvre and other museums and for shopping on the Rue Saint-Honoré and browsing around the Marais.
So I tried to book two rooms for a family of 5 this coming half term. £1000 for two nights. Turns out you can't book them immediately - you have to wait for them to come back to you. Every time they came back they gave me a couple of hours to reply and pay. Every time I was in meetings / working and lost the slot and hard to start again - inputting all the names and ages of the children. Eventually they actually turned around and told me I couldn't book them any more. Livid! Very odd indeed.