The entrance is unassuming, but the inside is very beautifully decorated with a very strong design language. Our room is very luxuriously decorated, with lots of use of black and red and purple that they somehow made it work. The view isn't that great as the street outside the room is very narrow. There was a huge round bathtub in our bedroom which is very nice. The location is very convenient to the very luxury side of Rue du Faubourg Saint Honore, Chanel, Hermes, Moncler all within a block or two of the hotel. The concorde metro station is also very convenient. You can also easily walk to the Madeleine, which has a lot to offer as well. The hotel is located on a side street that is very quiet. One thing to note is if you are riding a car, the French presidential palace is just up the street from the main street, so often times you have to add 10 more minutes of unnecessary detour + traffic.…
Perfect location for the ones who like to shop from famous designers. Quiet and very secure area as mostly embassies, luxury shops and hotels are located nearby, also ideal starting point for an excursion within the City. The hotel is clean, the design very interesting, room are spacious and the service is good (especially the valets who gave us a warm welcome and goodbye!). Not disappointed with the food (cheese options, pastries or egg benedictine to taste!) or tea selection. Hamman 24h which is nice for the persons jet lagged. They also have another bar/restaurant very trendy nearby for the ones who like to go out.
I can honestly say this is the nicest hotel I have ever stayed in when in Paris, good location and staff were great (including massages we booked for the Saturday afternoon). Found the suite very much value for money and will definitely be back.
I like the hotel, the staff, the services, the food. whenever I visit Paris, I will stay there. very clean hotel. near to all attractions and the best shopping area in Paris. all the staff are always willing to help and to make my stay as comfortable as possible.
The hotel itself is lovely, our room was nice other than the fact it was so unbelievably dark and hard to see anything due to poor lighting. On arrival we were told we had to put down a deposit which included one night stay plus €100 equating to €550...? It’s two days since we checked out and have still to see the money reach our account. For two young people who wanted to enjoy a special night for our anniversary it was less than satisfactory considering it’s a 5 star hotel. The hair dryer didn’t work to start the electricity went in our room but the straw that broke the camels back was the fact that we 48 hours later have yet to see our “holding deposit” in our account which is a considerable amount of money. It has me thinking what are they doing with all this money that they are holding in their account from their customers that have paid for their service already. sounds like an easy way to launder money if you ask me. 10/10 would not be recommending this to even my enemy. There are far nicer places to be staying in the area where you’ll be looked after much better. …
This boutique 5 star hotel was different than any other. It was really well designed and service was outstanding. It is located in one of the best districts of Paris, close to the champs-elysees, palace and high-end shops.
Has a brilliant weekend at the hotel staying in the Grand Historic Suite - unbelievably glamorous All the staff at the hotel were excellent from the Reservations manager who helped with the booking before we arrived as well as Benoit super Concierge who booked us into the best restaurants at very short notice . Very stylish decor & great location - easy to walk to so many places of interest . Shame we couldn’t stay longer but will hopefully be back again soon
we had a fabulous stay here! the historic suite - beautiful the bar. amazing cocktails by the very knowledgeable barman. the best dirty martini. great DJ set - top music! gordon on the front desk - super helpful. as were most of the staff. welcoming. ok pointers? can you put a decent light and a plug next to a mirror for getting ready as the suite is moody and dark. breakfast is a big let down. poor choice and diffident service afraid ... everything else top notch. great location and finishes are high quality
My husband and I greatly enjoyed our stay at the Buddha-Bar. Located in the 8th arondissement, we were close to everything we wanted to see/do. We opted for the Studio Suite which was a nice size, stylishly appointed and very comfortable bed. While the room service menu is a bit limited–the food quality was very good. The staff was exceedingly kind and gracious–many thanks for the lovely welcome wine/treats and gift!
My wife and I stayed four nights here recently for an early anniversary vacation. We were issued an "upgraded" room since we are Expedia VIP customers however we experienced several issues with the accommodations. Our room was on the top floor and felt quite cramped due to the garret/ dormer architecture. Bed was supposed to be a King however it was two twins haphazardly pressed together, very uneven and two sets of twin sheets made it even more uncomfortable. Room was dark and I guess that is what they are aiming for with the décor but you damn near need a degree in electrical engineering to figure out the room lights (ridiculous switches and dimmers all over without any labeling). No rainfall shower head as advertised, just a janky plastic sprayer that I would not even put in one of my Ohio rental properties. 20% misc gratuity added to Le Quatre restaurant tab was not revealed until checkout and was a bit outrageous for spotty service and mediocre food. Location of the hotel was good but that can be said for pretty much any hotel in central Paris. Would we stay here again? Maybe if the above issues are addressed but would most likely stay somewhere else like the W on our next trip.…