We stayed here for a long weekend and the hotel was in the perfect location. Safe neighbourhood, close to several metro lines, and within walking distance (around 15/20 mins max) to the Beef Club and Experimental Cocktail club which I would highly recommend. The hotel was clean, had all the necessities, and we had a lovely balcony with seating and a table, overlooking the park. The breakfast selection was good, and the staff were friendly. I would happily return to this hotel.
I love Hotel Ducs D'Anjou and stay anytime I'm in Paris. I always recommend it to friends who have also stayed. The desk staff is always so nice and helpful. The hotel is beautiful, rooms bright and clean and just the cutest boutique hotel with charming lobby. It's on a walk street in my favorite area surrounded by restaurants, bars and shops. The metro is just outside the door and most sites are walkable such as Notre Dame, Louvre, Hotel De Ville etc. I will always stay at this hotel when I'm in town, it always has great prices and I highly recommend it!
Traveller from Los Angeles
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
Enjoyed our stay at this hotel. Location is right near the metro. Louvre is a short walk (20 mins) but for arc or Eiffel Tower it's a longer walk. Metro is a good alternative.
We found hotel room to be clean and quiet.
Traveller from toronto
The hotel Favart is located in the centre of Paris , close to the most important theatres and concert halls (the Opera …More
Enjoyed the location and proximity to local eateries with opportunity to dine alfresco and people watch. Location is difficult to locate at first. Need info on nearest metro stop and directions to reach hotel. Staff was super friendly and very helpful. They advised me on how to expedite trip to Gare d'lest to catch my departing train to Frankfurt. They also provided recommendations to local eateries which I employed and enjoyed. Room was bit small for plus-sized Americans but since little time was spent in the room, it was more than adequate.
Traveller from SATX
Located in the heart of Paris, in the 1st district, the Hotel Crayon welcomes you all year long in one of its 27 rooms …More
We got a good deal with Expedia for the Saint James Albany hotel, otherwise I wouldn`t have considered staying there. I am so glad we did as the location was perfect. The Louvre was a short walk away, the tuilleries just accross the road as was the metro. We didn`t take advantage of the spa or swimming pool, all we wanted was somewhere to sleep. The hotel was very good, comfortable beds, powerful shower, no kettle but I took my own after reading the reviews. I lost, or had my purse stolen on the metro, and the concierge at the hotel couldn`t have been more helpful, phoning lost and stolen at my bank to stop my debit card, getting us different keys for the room etc and directing us to the police station which was just around the corner. First time in Paris and it was fabulous (except for the loss of my purse). I would definitely stay there again.
Hotel is well located near Opera. You can easily walk to Louvre and other sites. Dining room is comfortable for breakfast (but expensive ). many restaurants also within walking. Upscale shops also near.
Room we had was dated and small. Perhaps for upgrade you can be more comfortable.
The hotel is very close to the Louvre. That was a major plus. We were within walking distance to most of the major sites. A Metro stop was conveniently nearby.
the room itself was clean but very small. The bathroom was spacious.
We didn't book the option that included breakfast. That was offered when we arrived at 22 euros per day per person. Ouch. We declined. There were plenty of pastry shops and cafes in the area.
The hotel staff was friendly and helpful, especially the concierge.
Overall it was a good stay.
The hotel is excellent, the staff bilingual and helpful. Located around the corner from the Opera and with convenient transit access to Louvre and Ile de la Citie. Pleasant neighborhood with lots of very good restaurants.
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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