I stayed here for one night, mainly because it is so close to the Louvre and to public transport. The hotel itself is not very memorable: the rooms are small (but clean), and to enter the shower you simply needed to be skinny (or maybe hold your breath). Breakfast on the other hand was pretty much okay after Parisian standards, there was a strong wifi signal in the rooms and the rooms were also very quiet (but maybe that was just because mine faced a courtyard). If you're on a romantic getaway, I would definitely suggest a different hotel (the Hotel de la Place du Louvre is nearby and a great alternative!). If you're, however, looking for a hotel which has a good location in the centre of Paris, basic comfort (and even a hint of fading glory), you might just as well stay here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Grand Hotel Dechampaigne Paris, built in the XVIth century, is the symbol of the French hospitality tradition, with delicate French decoration and architecture a refined service.Our staff will be pleased to welcome you in French, English, Spanish, Russian, Italian and German. The Grand Hotel Dechampaigne combines a high standard of comfort and the refined service of a friendly mansion within Paris: Few steps from, the Rivoli Street, les Halles, The Louvre Museum, Tuileries Garden, Concorde Square and Champs Elysees. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grand Hotel Paris