Really well located hotel in a very nice area. Extremely yummy bakery right opposite too. The staff are friendly and very helpful. The walls are quite thin so bring ear plugs. The street is noisy at all hours of the day / night and if you need the window for temperature then most definitely bring ear plugs. Lovely, clean bathroom but quite weak hairdryer. Overall would stay again if in Paris.
I stayed here with my mother and brother for a family get together in Paris. This was not our first visit to Paris but first to this hotel and I would not hesitate booking here again. Our rooms were clean, comfortable and, especially for Paris, spacious. They were also quiet and we had Wi-Fi that worked. The location was great, with a metro station close by and so easy to get around and see all of the sights. There were also cafes, restaurants and shops nearby ( and lovely bakery across the road). Special thanks to all the staff we encountered, who were very friendly and helpful.
The hotel location is great, close the ,Villiers, metro station (2 line). Around the hotel was many markets, brasseries and restaurants. The staff is helpfully, wifi is good and free all areas. 👎 The ceiling in the room no. 307 was wet from the rain and needs to be repaired.
Very nice staff. Small hotel. NO AC. Windows had to be open to have a bearable temperature in the room. Busy street so a room on the street is very noisy and cigarette smoke would fill our room (Parisians smoke) from the street. Breakfast was a simple self serve continental.
Great location in the "real" Paris, but just a short walk or public transport to the tourist hot spots. Great access across town with the Navigo easy card. We stayed 8 nights in a very comfortable room with opening window and balcony overlooking the street. Sidewalk cafes, boulangeries and supermarkets just out the front door. Take a short walk to Parc Monceau to experience Parisians relaxing. Bed was comfortable and shower hot and strong. Loved having a kettle and fridge Staff were very helpful and responsive. Only downside was the English language TV channels weren't working, however we were compensated with a box of chocolates, so all good.
I really wanted to like this hotel -- but it simply does not deserve three, let alone four, stars. The location is convenient, and the rooms have a lot of old school charm (partial wood floors, separate toilet, vintage style faucets). My room was clean, too (NB: other guests report different experiences). But the AC did not work on the hottest day in Paris (38C/100.5F), sockets were dangling from the wall in the hallway, the furniture and rugs are worn, and the some of the staff were less than accommodating. I won't return.
Large room with big window that opened over the street to experience the life. Wonderful restaurants and cafes and bakeries close by. Very well located close to the Arc de Triomphe and Parc Monceau. Front staff very friendly and helpful.
This hotel is located in a quiet yet central part of Paris. The road on which it is located is very quiet, yet there is a good choice of restaurants within a short walking distance. The room was huge by Parisian standards and had the things which you would expect in a four star hotels as a standard: The kettle, the minibar, tea and coffee provided, full size shower and bath combo. The toiletries were by Fragonard and a more generous size than normally. The breakfast was also very good and replenished regularly. The quality of friendliness and helpfulness at the reception varied. The lady who checked me in and gave a recommendation for a place where to have dinner was extremely helpful, but then the guy who replaced her for the evening shift was downright rude.
There are many old-fashioned hotels in Paris. Hotels which have not been overly renovated or elevated from 3-Star to 4-5 Star hotels. And Relais Monceau is among the best. It has old charm with very nice amenities, narrow halls and smallish rooms with very comfy beds, enough light to read in bed, a delightful, weathered breakfast room and intimate, small bar and lounge. Guests seem to return often: one Swiss couple has been staying here for 25 years. Very helpful staff. The 8ieme is lovely and Rue du Rocher is chock full of every kind of shop. Near Metro Villiers. I will definitely stay here on next visit. And highly recommend for comfy, old-world, good-old-ordinary stay! Hard to find today. Refreshing!
The wife and I stayed here for a few nights mid September and found it a charming place. The decor is a little dark with dark colours and wood paneling but I think that's what makes it look a little more upmarket than some of the hotels we have stayed in in Paris which have been more 'conference centreish' than a hotel. The bathroom was good and had a bath somewhat bigger than a usual hotel bath. And the bed was very large and comfortable. It was as usual, two singles put together but a concerted effort had been made to make them into a comfortable double. At no time did my wife or I start to disappear down the gap in the middle! We opted to have the breakfast included which is in a cosy breakfast room containing continental and cooked breakfast food. The hotel itself is in a quiet part of Paris so a lot of the shops and businesses around it were closed over the weekend. This makes trying to find a proper French restaurant pretty hard to do in the local area though unless you want a bar or pizza place which abound. The staff were all very friendly. The nearest Metro stop is yards away up the road or walking into the centre of Paris will take at least half an hour. Likewise the same for Monmartre or the Gard du Nord. The local park, Park Monceau which is an amazing place is a 10 minute walk away.…
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