Excellent choice of hotel for convenient access to airport and railway station.Individual style of the hotel provides pleasant and interesting environment and staff are very helpful and friendly. Food seemed to be perfectly acceptable. Rooms have everything you need although are a little on the small ...
Really great hotel. Very clean. Easy to access Disneyland with free shuttle bus journey. Great price. Would definitely return
This is a suitable accommodation if you're going to Disneyland, but if you're planning to spend some days in Paris allot 1 1/2 hrs for travel time to and from the Centre.
On arrival at 4am the Hotel concierge staff was very welcoming and helpful. We were checked in and upgraded due to our length of stay, 6 nights. Overall proximity to the Disney Parcs is about 5 min on the bus which is provided by the Hotel at a small fee. Never used the Hotel restaurant or Spa complex ...
The room was very comfortable and quiet. I didn't need to bring a travel adaptor as there was one provided. Toiletries were also provided and replenshed daily; housekeeping staff are meticulous. Bath robe, slippers, drink making facilities and turn down service were included too. The bathroom was ...
Espace piscine/hammam/sauna superbe qui favorise la détente. Excellent petit déjeuner également avec un large choix
Fantastic location and building. Sadly the shower was not up to my standards especially in this price range.
One of the nicest hotels I have ever been too. The staff couldn’t do enough for you and made you feel very welcome.
From fine dining to cafés and sandwich shops to bistros, Paris dining has more than enough options to please anyone. Restaurants include deluxe Paris hotel restaurants and renowned establishments such as Le Diane, Auguste and Laperouse. Cruising on the Capitaine Fracasse and enjoying a delicious meal or dining at the Brasserie Mollard among the luxurious 1900 décor can provide a unique experience.
For designer fashion including Prada, Dior and Gucci, the high-end fashion districts such as Champs Elysees and the Triangle d'Or have the best haute couture shops. Department stores Printemps and Galeries Lafayette, located in the Boulevard Haussmann shopping district, have designer collections, jewellery, hardware and more. Head to the Saint-Ouen flea market for vintage clothing, rare objects and antiques.
With enough attractions to keep you busy for weeks, Paris provides you with history, beauty and excitement. Put aside many hours to visit the exhibits at the Louvre if you are an art and history buff. Of course, you should not miss climbing the Eiffel Tower and see the magnificent view. Other major points of interest include the beautiful Notre Dame Cathedral, the Champs-Elysees - the most famous street in Paris, and the stunning Sacre Coeur basilica in Montmartre.
Football is one of the main sports in France and the PSG soccer team plays at Parc des Princes stadium. Many sports events are held at the Bercy indoor arena. The Stade de France is the stadium in Paris where the Soccer World Cup Final was held in 1998. One of the top sport events in Paris is the final stage of the Tour de France cycling race.
Located near several Paris hotels, train stations and the Orly airport, the Paris Porte de Versailles exhibition centre is the ideal spot for exhibitions, business events and conventions. With over 40 meeting rooms, an onsite restaurant and catering, Internet, paid parking and a business centre, the site is wheelchair accessible. Paris conventions include trade fairs, exhibitions and concerts.