A 5-night stay in January with a friend. Room is on the small side, but it is central Paris so this was expected. We stayed in a double twin bed room, beds were small but comfortable. The balcony looked out to the park below, which was very pleasant view. Free wifi was quite unreliable to be honest. Staff was friendly. There was a confusion about the price of airport shuttle. On Expedia they listed $65 euro for both way but it was actually one way.
Booked this hotel very last minute when flight back to NYC was cancelled due to snowstorm. We were spending 24 hours in Paris so we wanted something convenient to the majority of sights. The hotel is clean and well appointed. Rooms are small but not too small. Easy to find and right near the metro. Upon check in, with my 13 yr old daughter, the front desk promptly handed her a business card to keep in her coat pocket just in case she got lost. Nice touch!
We stayed in a comfort room and was adequate in size as most hotel rooms in Paris are small. It is located down a quiet street close to the Place Vendome and Place de la Concorde. The hotel is in an excellent location and in a good safe part of our Paris and the hotel staff were very helpful.
We loved our stay at this hotel and would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Christchurch, NZ
The Duminy-Vendome hotel is located in a quiet street between two of the most prestigious streets of Paris: St Honoré …More
A nice small hotel in a great and lively location. It's situated in the center of a 5 block long pedestrian zone, with lots of restaurants within a two minute walk. A potential downside is that the street is relatively loud until late at night. My wife and I enjoyed this, but if you won't be aware that we could clearly hear it in our street facing room.
I was there the weekend of the terrorist attacks, so obviously a trip with a different feel to it than the one I had in mind but still it's an amazing city, you should go…
Being less than a three-to-four minute walk from Châtelet - Les Halles Station, the hotel is really easy to get to whether you're travelling in from CDG Airport, as I was, or getting of the Eurostar; an RER train service covers both from the rail station.
Once you've dropped off your bags you're only a couple of minutes walk from the Rue de Rivoli and of course from there the city is your Oyster…
Traveller from Manchester, UK
The Hotel Des Ducs d'Anjou lies in the very heart of Paris , close to all of the city's most renowned places of interest …More
By the Tuileries gardens on the Seine’s Right Bank, the Louvre museum dominates Paris’s cultural heart. Exclusive boutiques line Rue St-Honoré and Rue de Rivoli, and a shiny modern shopping mall occupies the old market of Les Halles. The 2nd is the finance and theatre district, containing the Bourse (stock exchange) and the Comédie Française national theatre. Châtelet–Les Halles station is the city’s biggest and busiest transport interchange.
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