Looking for a place to stay in Paris? Then look no further than Hôtel Original, a romantic hotel that brings the best of Paris to your doorstep.
Hotel Lyon Mulhouse Paris offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a sauna and breakfast buffet.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Paris, Hotel Lyon Mulhouse Paris is located a short distance from Louvre Museum (1.6 mi) and Palais Garnier - Opéra National de Paris (2.1 mi).
While visiting Paris, you may want to try some dumplings at one of the nearby restaurants, such as L'Arpege, Ze Kitchen Galerie, or Raviolis Chinois Nord Est.
If you’re looking for something to do, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris (0.9 mi), Le Marais (0.6 mi), and Latin Quarter (1.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hôtel Original.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hôtel Original as you experience everything Paris has to offer.
It was not my first time at Hotel Original, but the hotel is so beautiful and comfortable that I wanted to go back. Even living close to the hotel, we opt to stay there for one night, the room was different from the other time, but even more beautiful! Hotel is well located, staff is very nice and welcoming, accomodations are incredibly good and very tasteful croissants for the breakfast!
Nice, clean hotel in a good location, close to Place des Vosges and a lot of good restaurants. Staff were very helpful and we were lucky to find a little jazz bar nearby to while away the evening hours.
The biggest perk of the hotel is that it’s located in a very upscale area of paris both close to le Marais and Bastille. Plenty of restaurants nearby. Nonetheless I was there just after the end of covid 19 and it is really not ready to greet tourists again... the receptionist operated the hotel on his own and locks the door after 11 pm. He then leaves the reception to go rest and every time you want to exit the hotel even in the morning before 7 you have to call him on his cell :-( very inconvenient, it felt like I was renting a room in a house and didn’t get the privacy of a hotel room at all... Finally there is no fridge or mini bar in the crammed room and only one small bottle of lukewarm water was provided. I was so thirsty in the middle of the night I didn’t know what to do... I had to call the guy, wake him up so he could give me a bottle of water which was nice except for the fact it was really really warm :-( On the plus side the bed is very comfy but I guess they need to hire or rehire staff before they are operational for tourists to stay again...…
We spent four nights here in July 2019 on our two-week trip through France and Italy. We were three longtime girlfriends, so shared one large room that was equipped with three twin beds. First, we soooo appreciated the air conditioning which worked amazingly well, considering the age of the hotel. It was during Europe's Heat Wave and we would have died without its cool relief at the end of each day. The room had plenty of storage for three adult women, and a couple of different spots to get ready each day. The bathroom layout was ideal, as it was two rooms … one for la toilette and a vanity; and the other with a vanity and tub/shower. The staff on the front desk were fantastic and we also had assistance from the kitchen and housekeeping staff. The front desk staff answered our many questions re: directions, transportation, shopping, sightseeing and local restaurants. We received several great recommendations, including Brunch at the Gare Lyon's Le Train Bleu. The subway is literally a few steps to the left of the hotel and the main Lyons train station was only a leisurely 10 minute walk. The area abounded with lovely cafes, patisseries, butcher shops, boutiques and retailers, flower vendors and fresh fruit/produce vendors. Anything you would ever need was basically outside your door. On the weekend, there is a quaint market just around the corner where you can find amazing fresh food and treasures. There was only one very minor drawback which was the size of the elevator. First, it was great that there was an elevator as many old hotels do not offer one, so that was awesome! It is just very very tiny. Two people with luggage is a stretch, but it can be done. Overall, this is a wonderful hotel, with quirky/artistic décor in every room, a lovely main floor lounge/bar area, super staff … you need to stay here !…
Very nice hotel, small but clean rooms, good bed, friendly and helpful staff, good breakfast, excellent location close to Metro. One evening, we could not enter our room with our key. The receptionist had to come and open our door for us with the master key. The following morning the problem was solved: the lock needed a new battery. In general an excellent stay.