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Hotel Albe Saint Michel
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Reviewed September 25, 2012

The hotel has a great location in the latin quarter, near to everything. The rooms are clean, but small. There was nowhere to put our suitcases in the room. They also have rules about a lot of things. Not allowed to put your medicines or your drinks in the mini bar. It is only for use of drinks provided by the hotel. Not allowed to rince off clothing in the sink...
you only get one key for each room - which is very unconvenient. When my friend went to bed before med the receptionist had to walk me to the room an lock me in..... weird.
You also cannot take the key with you when you got out, but HAVE to leave it at the desk.

You can hear everything in this hotel - walls are thin. Stay in a room far from the elevator and as high up as possible.

The staff in reception was very helpfull and pleasant.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Elin L
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Reviewed September 23, 2012

Great location but didn't find the staff very helpful or friendly! We were fortunate enough to stay at some hotels with some fantastic staff and owners and they made such a positive difference on our stay, so we were a little bit disappointed with Hotel D'Albe. However the location and price were great so if they are your main priorities then this may be a good choice for you!

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Boru80
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Reviewed September 20, 2012

Excellent customer service provided by Carol who is such a gem. She is so busy and accommodating still, the hotel should give her an assistant to help her out. Seriously.

Location is excellent, the top reason why we chose to stay here as it’s right smack in the heart of the Latin Quarter. A stone’s throw away from Fontaine St. Michel, Musee de Cluny, and my favourite, Notre Dame Cathedral- only 3 to 5 minutes walking distance. Easily accessible by the metro, half a block away, and right outside is the local bus which is what I regularly took aside from being able to walk everywhere from this location. We are surrounded by massive choices of food from greek, asian, european, to your local french, dishes courtesy of Rue de la Huchette- a street with endless rows of restaurants and some boutique shops. Along Saint Michel are where the affordable shops are and where local Parisians shop as La Sorbonne is nearby. Monoprix grocery store is also a block or two away.

Hotel room is modernly deocrated with colours of red and white. Bathroom is eco-friendly. The room of course is small, as all modest-priced Parisian hotels are, but it was adequate size for two people. Room size was not a concern for us as we had previously been to Paris before and had expected it. Whoever expects a big as North American sized room like the ones in Vegas should be realistic and change their frame of mind unless they are willing to pay the price of staying at a much pricier hotel.

This boutique hotel is worth the price of 230 euros a night with complimentary standard continental breakfast.

It is also a short walk to the Ponte des arts and the Louvre, about 20+ minutes.

They offer group shuttle from hotel to the airport which is a lot cheaper than taking a cab.

Hotel Albe St. Michel will be my next go to when I am traveling to Paris again. Although I must say, Rome & Florence trumps Paris a-n-y-d-a-y!

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with family
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3  Thank Ysabel L
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Reviewed September 20, 2012

Stayed here with my husband for 2 nights. Our room was normal size for Paris but the bed was very comfortable, linens excellent, bathroom very clean and modern with plenty of hot water and water pressure. We were worried that being on the 3rd floor we might hear too much street noise but it really did settle down and we had very restful nights. We didn't hear any of our neighbors or hallway noise so the insulation must be pretty good.

The front desk clerks were awesomely helpful and spoke excellent English.

This hotel, for us, was difficult to find only because we arrived in our rental
car thinking we'd drop off our luggage then go drop off our car. Bad idea.
The street this hotel is on is a one-way, one lane, mostly pedestrian street which, to us,
looked like we couldn't drive on it at all since there were so many people walking
in the street.

The other useful thing to know is that the lobby is small, no bellman or anything,
just the really nice people at the front desk. The elevator is really small, max
4 people type. The halls are narrow as well. You have to walk up 3 or so steps
to get to the elevator. There was someone in a wheelchair who was in the lobby
when I was there so there must be some sort of accommodation for handicap
access but it wasn't obvious to me.

If you arrive in a taxi or on the Metro you'd be best off. The Metro is really close
and works really, really well. You can also walk to sooo many places just like
all the other reviewers have said. This section of town is VERY busy with lots
of nighttime activity in the streets.

We did have the breakfast downstairs for 12 euros. It had yummy espresso drinks
that you made yourself, an egg boiler for hard boiled or soft boiled eggs, fruit,
cold cuts, cheeses, pastries, plenty to eat and all self-serve. The woman assisting
kept everything well-stocked and clean.

I think for the price and the helpfulness of the front desk you can beat this place
not to mention the totally comfortable bed.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank maw8
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Reviewed September 19, 2012

As a first timer to France I had no idea what to expect. This hotel was a treasure. In a perfect location, we walked to the Louvre & Notre Dame. The rooms are small - but spotless and modern. A big bonus was having a bar fridge - which is not that common over there. It meant we didn't always have to eat out & could make our own coffee in the room with our travel kettle. By opening the windows you could here the bustling vibe of music & buskers - yet we were able to get a good sleep. You could hear water running through the walls via plumbing alot of the time which was a bit weird, but then, the rooms are so close together. No complaints overall and a very good base to explore Paris on.

  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank Ozgirl20
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