Frequented by writers such as Hemingway, Sartre and Capote in the first half of the 20th century, this Left Bank Paris hotel is just one block from the fashion boutiques of Saint-Germain-des-Près.
Great place!Pros: Staff was courteous, rooms were clean, location was great, restaurant/ bar in lobby great. Cons: I didn't like that I had to buy an adapter. Most hotels lend them and have it in the rooms. I'm staying in London now and there is an adapter for free. I didn't like that there was a charge for hi speed internet. Low speed was free but u had to pay for high speed, seems silly.
Great locationPros: Great location, slightly older hotel but in great condition, very clean. I enjoyed the old photos in the hallways although I felt the decor in my room was lacking. The hairdryer in the bathroom was awesome, very powerful! Cons: I didn't like that I had to buy an adapter - I came from a hotel in Munich that allowed guests to rent.
Pros: Location, serviceCons: Breakfast ok but not great eg bread average, pastries mediocre
Very satisfied with our experience Pros: Fantastic location. Right next to a main subway stop that made it perfect for infra-city travel. Staff was warm, welcoming, and accommodating. Highly recommend Cons: Some road noise from the city streets while sleeping. Although I think this is overall hard to avoid in downtown Paris. It certainly should not hinder you from selecting this hotel