Is breakfast included? What are breakfast items? Eggs and hot breakfast or continental? Also looking for a slightly more spacious room with regular full size shower/shower head and ideally 2 sinks. And a VERY helpful concierge staff to assist w scheduling. Is this the place?
We all had breakfast included in our room price. I'm not a breakfast eater, but my sister and cousins loved it. Our room had only one sink, but light in the bathroom was great. We had a deluxe room, two large windows that looked out on the Rue Dauphine. Jean, the head concierge was wonderful and charming. Location is fabulous. My fourth time staying here.
Breakfast was not included in our deal but you can have a full hot breakfast in the restaurant with whatever you desire. Our room was good sized as was shower and spa tub, only one sink for us. Concierge service first rate all great suggestions and reservations..
The rooms vary greatly in size. In 2007, when we first stayed at the d'Aubusson, we had a great room on the fifth floor. This year, when we booked the hotel again on our 6th trip to Paris, we were given a cramped room on the second floor even though we were paying a top rate again. SO--if you do choose this hotel, insist on the desk giving you one of the larger rooms, particularly when you paying roughly $500 a night. The concierge should be willing to help you if the desk gives you a hard time. If you do get what you pay for, it's a great hotel in a great Left Bank location. Otherwise, if you have the budget, the best hotel in which we have stayed over the years is the St. James on the Right Bank at roughly the same price.
We didn’t eat breakfast at the hotel but it smelled delicious. Not sure about eggs.
We reserved a deluxe room and it was greasy. Large by Paris standards and very very comfortable. Wall of. Losers to put things away and plenty of floor space.
The bathroom was very spacious. Double sinks, very large bathtub and nice but cozy shower. My husband is 6’3” and the shower head was great.
Large window in the bathroom and French doors in the bedroom that overlooked a courtyard. Lovely light in the room but quiet.
The concierge was top notch. Corresponded in advance and was very helpful. Also helpful insight. Recommendations were perfect. Jean was adorable. Very accessible and really went above and beyond. We celebrated an anniversary and birthday while at the hotel. They made it very special.
We loved the hotel and will be back!! Happy to answer other questions.
The room will suit you well. Breakfast is full buffet style. It is included if your room price includes it. Hope that helps.
It is a real treat of a place. Very European charming and jazz club and bar in lobby is a must.
Delicious breakfast, but it isn’t included. We had a very spacious loft room. The bathroom was large by Paris standards.
Breakfast wasn’t included in the rate I paid (it was prepaid and discounted). If not included in your rate, Breakfast is 25 euros, but I think is a full breakfast. I never ate there- plenty of places to find breakfast nearby if 25 euros is too steep for what you want to eat.
I e stayed at Hotel d’aubusson 3 times. Last time was this past September. First time we chose a junior suite on top floor. It faced the front, rue Christine. It was a very big room with good light. Bathroom had good shower and, I think, it was in the tub.
The last 2 times we stayed in a deluxe room in front of hotel. I think rm 406. The junior suite wasn’t necessary and this room was comfortable, less money. I like facing the front. I don’t recall double sinks in either room.
Breakfast is lovely. Yes, eggs, wonderful croissants and pastries, cheese, fruit, good service. I enjoyed my mornings there, and they serve breakfast late which suited me fine.
Concierge is wonderful. The staff can’t do enough for you, it was almost embarrassing.
A few suggestions: Maoz falafel has 2 left bank locations. Both are close tomgotel, but I like the one a few streets behind the hotel. Rue de Boci is nearby and fun at night, music, great gelato place with chairs outside. I walked everyywhere, Centre Pompidou is a must. Muse d’ Orsay is my favorite, and easier than Louvre. Easy walk to Marais district and so much going on there.
Left Bank is where it’s at. Relax in margin Luxembourg. Check out the food court at Bon Marche. Get a crepe on Ile St. Louis . There’s a place on the left on the main street that goes up the middle of the island....you can get the crepe to go- hot and delicious- and walk around with it if you want. If you go to the end of the island you can cross over to the Marais at that bridge.
If this is first time in Paris, you’ll want to do the touristy th8ngs, but hopefully you’ll have time to explore.
I’d be happy to help out with any other questions,
I have not been there yet. I have a reservation for nex year. Look at the reviews on TripAdvisor, there are tons of photos. Breakfast looks great with a lot of selections. You can buy the breakfast individually or you can buy one of the special packages where breakfast is included. As for rooms, check out the hotel’s website to see the options. The concierge service is rated highly in TripAdvisor reviews. Recommend reading them.
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