Me and my friend stayed here for 5 nights in the end of April. We stayed in a classic double with terrace. The room was lovely, but quite small. When we had our suitcases open at the same time there was barely any room to move. The terrace on the other hand was really, really big, and offered a lovely view of the Parisian rooftops on the side street. Only downside was that the flowers in the pots where dead… By the end of April it´s Spring, and I’m sure some nice flowers would have survived. Otherwise we were pleased with the room, it had Everything we needed, including facilities to make tea, and a minibar. The interior was really classy as well, homely, but not old. I loved the exposed beams in the ceiling.
We didn’t have breakfast, so I can’t say anything about that. The staff at the reception was nice, and greeted you whenever you arrived/left the hotel. The only disappointed thing was that there was no recognition what so ever of the fact that we were celebrating my friends birthday, although I had pointed this out in the reservation (which was made directly with the hotel and no third part). Other hotels I have stayed at have recognized birthdays in some ways, some more then others, but to completely ignore it felt quite arrogant.
The best thing about this hotel is the location. It’s located in an upscale neighborhood, close to the embassies, the Palais Garnier (Opera), Place de la Concorde, Tuileries Garden and Louvre. It is a 30 minutes walk to Arc de Triomphe, and we also walked to the Eiffel Tower. There are many Metro stations close to the hotel, and the RoissyBus, which is a direct bus between Opera and CDG AirPort, stops at Palais Garnier, only 5 minutes walk from the hotel.
I would recommend this hotel to others based on the location, which I think is hard to beat. less