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All reviewsoscar wildeexcellent locationroissybus stopquiet streetheart of parisrooms are smallone night stayair conditioningcdg airportfree breakfastlovely little hotelcroissantsmin walkhotel is locatedoperalouvreelevator
In terms of location this hotel is amazing. 15 mins from Eurostar....Google says 30 and is wrong...or maybe I walk fast. 5 mins to the Louvre. A Pret a Manger across the street for sandwiches. Breakfast was croissants, coffee and fruit. No hotel bar but...More
Previous to our stay we filled a survey where we acknowledged that a baby crib could be offered free of charge.
Having booked for 2 adults + 1 baby, we requested the crib.
We were shocked by the response of the hotel manager saying that...More
Response from HUMEAXAV, Propriétaire at Hotel Louvre Marsollier OperaResponded 17 October 2017
We really understand your disappointment concerning your reservation but we do confirm that we never received through the booking company the information that you were coming with a baby and that you were requesting a baby crib. We apologize and you can be...More
This hotel is very well located - not far from Le Louvre and some good restaurants. However, our room was bit too small for three people, but was well furnished. The staff was very welcoming and always willing to help.
Near the Louvre and other major attractions & accessible to train stations and pubic transport. Lots of nice cafes and restaurants nearby. This is a value for money hotel with helpful and friendly staff. Highly recommended!
We stayed 3 nights and could not fault the place. A lovely quaint hotel with friendly staff and a good location. The breakfast was not exceptional but more than adequate. It is just a quick walk to most of the tours offices and the metro...More
The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.
Response from janetlaube l | Reviewed this property |
After you get off the Roissy bus and walk across the street to the left, you are on the rear right side of the Opera. Walk to the front of the Opera. Go down the left side of Avenue de l'Opera two short blocks, turn left... More
After you get off the Roissy bus and walk across the street to the left, you are on the rear right side of the Opera. Walk to the front of the Opera. Go down the left side of Avenue de l'Opera two short blocks, turn left, walk to the metro entrance, turn right, go to the end of the street, turn right and you will find it there. A very easy walk.