A perfect base for our Paris trip. The staff are friendly and helpful. We had a triple room which was compact but had a lovely bathroom. Really quiet at night . A lovely little hotel surrounded by little bars and cafes so no problem finding food nearby .
Perfect beautiful little Parisian hotel. Very central, staff very friendly and helpful. The room was small but quaint and very pretty, had everything you need, and a great comfortable bed. Everything we wanted from our stay. Would highly recommend.
I have 3 days reservation with Arioso hotel Paris and I paid in cash. But due to general strike at Paris, I request to cancel without payment or at least wanna pay 1 day and request 2 days back but hotel management did not care anything and they dont care about customer happiness. They care only money unfortunately. I will never choise this hotel at all.
For all who visiting Paris first time - BE READY EVERYTHING IS SMALL!!! Rooms in the hotels , restaurants, shops - everything . If I made reservation now I would take room with balcony. Nice view and chance to get out of little box . But hotel itself just great . Very good location . Walking distance from all main attractions, very close to metro station but in the same time located in quite street without crazy crowd. The perl of the hotel it is definitely staff and perfect management . Everyone so friendly and just helpful. Nice breakfast, you can see how in very limited space they trying to satisfy all needs . Yogurt, cheese , bacon ( non halial) eggs, nuts, cornflakes and different types of pastry. And it’s very cute that nice coffee and some pasties available 24/7 free of charge. I would definitely highly recommend this hotel! …
We arrive early so we had to wait in the reception The reception is an old desk as the room had to be ready we wait in a very small lobby Don't know how this hotel can be a 4 stars with this reception We arrive to the room and is basic and simple I really tought that the money was very bad spent here
Lovely boutique hotel. Staff couldn't be more pleasant or helpful. We only had one issue where the safe in the room suddenly stopped responding. Member of staff came up immediately to open and change the batteries. Otherwise, very comfortable beds, air conditioning kept the room cool on a warm weekend. Balcony was lovely. Breakfast was simple buffet but very nice. Made our long weekend in Paris perfect. Thank you.
I stayed here for three nights, and found the hotel to be very good. Rooms were attractive, comfortable and well equipped. The staff were friendly and ready to help with anything. A good and tasty breakfast was provided in a dining area just off the hotel lobby, which is furnished like an attractive traditional living room complete with comfortable couches and nice art work. I would definitely come back to this hotel.
I spent 2 nights and three days at this hotel and very satisfied about my staying experience. The room was cozy and clean comes with lovely amenities including shampoo, body wash,bath salt etc. Staffs are very kind and helpful. Also the location is very accessible to many famous places with metro line 9, which was just 5 mins walk from the hotel. If I have any chance to visit Paris again, I love to visit again.
When we stayed it was nothing like what is presented now. A new owner had just taken over. They helped solve a wheelchair problem. Breakfast was muffins and tea or coffee. That was the breakfast included, unacceptable. Room was great. Staff helpful but seemed to not know much, confused. Glad to hear they have real breakfast now. Would not stay again, or any disabled person, because it is too difficult to get around in this part of Paris
That is quite a claim but despite the good intentions and sympathy of the evening desk manager, this is the worst hotel experience I have ever had, I’m 37 and spend over 60 days a year on the road per year! I arrived at the hotel on tues during Paris fashion week and in typical Paris way the room was very expensive (£290), wasn’t 4 stars as you would expect and felt grubby. The usual exploitation of tourists lacking hotel options.... It was due to be 40degrees in Paris so I emailed in advance to ask for a room with air con. I arrived got my key for room 106 and went upstairs desperate for a cold shower and a change of clothes after a day working in the city. I walked into the room and I was almost sick. It was also close to or over 40 degrees celcius in the room. I walked downstairs and asked the manager what was wrong and can I have another room as it simply wasn’t habitable. He told me the previous guest has flooded the room from the en-suite after 5 days staying and they only found out that morning and had been trying to dry it out with windows open (hence the heat) and used chemicals on the carpet, hence the smell. I told him it was unbearable and whoever made the decision to say the room was ready was abusing the position of the hotel to retain their income without consideration for the customer/guest. I asked for another room and he said it was full and as a family hotel they had no affiliates or partners they could place me. Given I had paid I went back to the room to see if I had over reacted and see if I could at least shower, I turned and left when I walked in again. I did check the carpet and it was sodden. I went downstairs again and begged the desk man for an alternative as I was now tired and desperate for somewhere to go. He told me tough luck, it was Paris fashion week and I’m unlikely to get a room elsewhere. He said he would phone the manager to ask for advice. The manager told him to tell me I could have a quarter bottle of Champagne and free breakfast. I told him it didn’t matter if I didn’t have a bed to sleep in. I told him I had No idea the health risks of staying in a room with a chemicals smell and over 40 degrees celcius. He shrugged his shoulders and said there was nothing he could do! I asked him to go into the room to really get an idea what I was talking about. He came up with me, opened the door and said “oh mon dieu) translates as “oh my god”. He put his hand over his mouth and walked out. He said sorry, felt bad for me and that there was nothing he could do. I started looking for hotels nearby and of course as it was Paris fashion week so even the holiday inn was €770 for a room. Luckily I found one nearby for £90 more and booked it, phew. Got into my room an hour and half later that night very hot and bothered. The hotel was good enough to offer my money back but refused to cover the difference between the two costs. I even offered to go half’s and they said no. I then had to go via hotels.com to get my money back. I am sure the man on the desk felt bad for me and I’m sure the manager wanted to me to find a room in another hotel for the same cost but they decided to sell the room anyway, made no attempt to tell me in advance the room might be unusable and didn’t offer to cover the extra cost I incurred because of them and then the best bit of all......as I left he said please don’t leave us a bad review! I apologise to him but it is simply not acceptable to behave in the way the hotel did and not be accountable in some way, whether that’s via a review or that one day hopefully hotels who abuse their market position get a wake up call to re-adjust and become more customer centric. They will go out of business over time if they don’t. Yours regretfully George P.s. Other advice for the hotel - replace the carpet and lining and re-furnish/paint the room. (Room 106)…