If you’re looking for a luxury hotel in Paris, look no further than L'Hotel.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as The Catacombs of Paris (1.6 mi) and Eiffel Tower (1.9 mi), guests of Lhotel Paris can easily experience some of Paris' most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and L` Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and breakfast during their visit.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Pink Mamma, L'As du Fallafel, and Pizzeria Popolare, all of which are a short distance from Lhotel.
Should time allow, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, Louvre Museum, and Musée d'Orsay are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at L'Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
I stayed here twice as a single man, each time for 6 nights. Once I was sick and used their restaurant & bar nightly. It was really like a home for me. Yes, the cost is high, but the location is perfect.
Stayed for 2 nights. The building had a good history. However, when I left my belongings and went to the pickup after calling, I was told that I had not prepared my lost items, and the next day I was asked to pick up again at the hotel, and the next day I lost my lost items. We think that hotel management has problem for person. 2泊しました。建物は歴史があって良かった。ただ、私が忘れ物をして、電話したあとにピックアップに行くと忘れ物を用意していなくて、翌日再度ホテルにピックアップにくるように言われ、翌日に行くと私の忘れ物はなくなった。ホテルの管理は人に問題があると思います。
Having read about this hotel and the guests who have stayed there over time, I expected more. Our room was so small you couldn't move in it. No bedside lights. Poor overall lighting. Poor views. 'Swimming pool' was like a small spa. The whole hotel is quite dark and gloomy. Having said that, it is is a brilliant location. Restaurants abound and many Paris features are walking distance.
L’Hôtel exudes unsanitary tiredness, that makes you step into a forsaken, underfunded museum. We had hoped to find Wilde. We did: we could smell his rotting corpse. The hotel was shabby, without chic: the tiny bathroom let in the icy wind; from its cupboard emanated a whiff of mouldy wood (be thankful for unsealed windows: how unhealthy would the confined air be otherwise!); the stairwell reeked of the spa bleach & unkempt carpets; the antique frames & mirrors were not charmingly foxed, nor were the rugs & furnishings alluringly patinated, but rather splattered with dubious splotches, dust-laden, rickety, grimy, & even torn. Paintwork was a shoddy abomination, drapes had not been cleaned this century (nor the last), & the alarmingly hot cupboard light made us wager on our chances in case of a fire. The suite lacked basic amenities (a clear full-length mirror, good lighting, coat hooks). Considerations on salubriousness led us to decline the use of the spa. The elevator did not work. The restaurant was closed. The breakfast menu was astonishingly meagre, uninspired, & far below fine hotels standards. The genial bartender only managed to scavenge –from the breakfast muesli!– a bowl of dejected almonds for our cocktails. The staff seems aware that the place is not of 5-star prestige, & accordingly behaved informally, noisily & (for a receptionist) even impudently. You utter a "wow" when entering the room; but upon further examination, it is a sigh that soon escapes your lips.…
Drinks were fine, but their custom cocktails were overpriced for what they were. I don’t mind paying 20+ Euro/Dollars for a drink but it better blow me away. These didn’t. It wasn’t “bad” by any imagination but if the drinks were 13 Euro instead of 18-20 Euro....I’d be leaving a different review.