I stayed at at a Paiko studio on Avenue Wagram (next to the Arc de Triomphe) for nearly 2 months for business. The studio was brand new and had all mod-cons. Yes, it was 'just' a studio so you have to fold out & fold in the sofabed every day, but that's part of the game. The studio was at the back with a balcony facing a court-yard and an office, so relatively quiet even though the building is on a v busy avenue. The studio itself was well equipped, apart from no space in the kitchen cupboards to store your own food, and no oven (a bit of a disadvantage when you like to cook). Having only two hobs makes the kitchen more kitchenette, so take that into account. Other than that, it's hard to fault the studio - a mishap with the old wooden shutters was dealt with professionally and so was every request I had (laundry rack, clothes hangers etc). The free Wifi is a real boon and so is the digital TV (if you're into French programmes that is). The Paiko people were absolutely lovely, waiting for me late at night when I arrived to do the check in etc. And the free Nespresso coffee is a nice touch too!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- PAIKO apart'hotel propose you beautifull studios equipped for 2 persons in double bed.All our aparts are in the heart of Paris, you will stay with us in Business class, for a price lower than anywhere else for such quality range. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Paiko Apart` Hotel Paris Hotel Paris