Full of character, Le Dokhan’s is a very comfortable hotel well-situated in a lovely Trocadero neighborhood. We were there for four nights in February and absolutely loved our stay, particularly for the outstanding personal service and charming atmosphere. From the moment we arrived, all members of the staff went out of their way to be friendly and helpful. We were able to immediately check-into our room at 10:30am, a fact that made us particularly happy after a tiring, overnight flight from the U.S. The staff provided great restaurant recommendations, useful directions, and stopped by our room every evening with little treats. The ambience at Le Dokhan’s is particularly Parisian, with beautiful décor throughout the hotel, including what has to be a one-of-a-kind elevator reminiscent of a Louis Vuitton trunk. Understanding that the rooms tend to be small, we splurged on a business class room which provided a sitting area, balcony, espresso machine, and daily continental breakfast. The room was lovely with a comfortable king sized bed, nice linens, and two chairs, a loveseat and café table in the sitting area. We were very glad for the additional space, using it as a place to relax with after-dinner drinks or room service breakfast. Floor to ceiling doors open onto the balcony which is teeny yet offers additional charm. The bathroom was tight by American standards but was very clean with plenty of nice toiletries. The only drawback to the room was that there is no dresser, hence you must either live out of your suitcase or unpack all of your items into the closet. The rest of the spaces in the hotel are just as nice as the rooms. The Champagne Bar (which doubles as the breakfast room in the mornings) is candlelit and quiet, creating a very romantic experience. On Valentine’s Day, we enjoyed having a glass of champagne there, choosing to sit beside the gas fireplace in the sitting area of the lobby. Though apparently the continental breakfast is no longer included in the business class room rate, our pre-existing reservation was honored and we enjoyed a good breakfast of pastries, juice, and coffee each morning. We were glad to be able to dine in the hotel, giving us more time to plan our daily sight-seeing. For those who are planning to do lots of sight-seeing, Le Dokhan’s is in a good location, particularly if you’re happy to plenty of walking. For those in decent shape, it’s about a 10-15 minute walk to the Arc de Triomphe and a 10-15 minute walk to Pont d’Iena which leads to the Eiffel Tower. The Trocadero metro stop is just a few blocks away, making it easy to get to other primary destinations in Paris. Overall, we highly recommend this boutique hotel for its comfort, service, ambience, and location.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Discreetly located between Trocadéro and the Champs Elysées, this private residence was transformed by famous French decorator Frédéric Mechiche into a haute couture hotel that combines charm and luxury. The typically Parisian Haussmann facade, neo-classical interiors and unique character will delight all guests. The location offers access to an array of activities, including cultural and shopping excursions. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Radisson Blu Le Dokhan`s Hotel, Paris Trocadero Hotel Paris
- Sofitel Paris
- Radisson Paris
- Paris Sofitel