We went to Paris for the last weekend in October 2010 and stayed at this hotel for one night. Although it is only a 3 star, for the price we paid I expected this to be on the higher end of the 3 star spectrum. I can't fault the location, nice and clean district, half way between Opera and Montmartre and somehow quiet and peaceful.
The hotel seems to have recently undegone a bit of refurbishment. The outside of the buiding, the reception and breakfast area are quite new, but expect disappointment when you go up to your room. It looks like they have started updating the furniture, the bed was new and quite comfy, but they badly need to replace the carpet update the bathroom and paint the room. I could have lived with that if the room had been clean, but unfortunately the carpet and the walls were filthy and the room was very dusty.
If you are in Paris for a short time and not planning to spend much time in the hotel, you might be fine with this place, but it's pricey for what it is.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pleasant Neo-Classic Hotel in a 6-story building dating from 1756. ... more less
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