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great location. Great rooms. Unbeatable comfort.
Good Location A bit pricey for what you get. Although a few of the hotel staff were very nice and helpful, for the most part they were not. Trying to get a cab at 5am was not fun
It was fine, just what we wanted. the lift is too small, but I appreciate the diffficulties of placing a new lift into a protected structure
Reception. The shower water escapes and floods the bathroom floor.
Central friendly staff Food poor value for money meal at night expensive and not particuarly good
Staff; location price was much higher than suggested
Location was great - lots of shopping and we walked all over Paris from the hotel to visit galleries and the Montparnasse tower for the best view of the city. Quite noisy from building site and road opposite our 3rd floor room. We couldn't make the air con cool our room and did mention this to reception but they didn't seem to do anything.
Very quiet for the centre of the city yet very close to restaurants, cafes, gardens, culture, metro etc. Large windows that opened onto old buildings and a courtyard and all we could hear was singing from the nearby church The staff were very helpful and welcoming. Room was a bit small and the door was very difficult to unlock!
Excellent front desk staff, also in the bar/restaurant although service there a bit on the slow side. Rooms well designed but like most Paris hotels a bit on the 'compact' side. See above - not much room in the room, although for a two night stopover perfectly acceptable. Great bathroom - unusually good Parisian plumbing!
Location. Charm. Staff. Size of some rooms
This is my favorite hotel in Paris. It is very well located, it is small and has a wonderful atmosphere. Interior decoration is done in exceptional good taste, the service including room service is impeccable. Parking is a problem, but that is common in Paris. The rooms are not cheap, but worth every Euro.
Its chic and luxurious, in a fabulous St. Germain location, with first-rate service and amenities This was not an issue for us but if you book in warm weather, make sure that your room has AC
leaving. We were so warm - and thirsty - it made us dread returning to our rooms. OK, yes, it was a very good base for walking to several of the museums we wanted to attend. It was pretty but not the look you want when you are hot and know you're going to continue to be hot. lack of air conditioning and a mini-fridge at that price level pretty disgraceful.staff nice enough but not adorable as at the Hotel Colbert, and I personally found the area neither beautiful nor interesting. Hard to find somewhere to eat, e.g. Could have used more guidance from desk when we asked - "a cafe on the corner" not much help when we found it not appealing. Oh, and a biggie:the toilet didn't flush at least 3 times, and then a few hours later it did (and it was not anything I did)
We had 3 rooms and they were able to put us all on the first floor with a door that closed off the 3 rooms. We didn't have to move our luggage upstairs which was great. The downstairs bar was a fun meeting place for our group. People seemed to have a lot of problems getting the wifi. Each day we had to get a new code and only one device could be assigned to that passcode. The furnishings are very elaborate and traditional. I expected something more modern.
Although Duc de Saint Simon does not have exercise facilities or spa treatments, we felt pampered the entire visit. Our room was cleaned and refreshed perfectly every day with luxury linens and the bed turned down at night. The staff was extraordinary - friendly and accommodating - fluent in English and willing to provide any service requested promptly. This was an excellent location for catching the metro trains, but many museums were just a short 10 minute stroll away. We always felt safe in this neighborhood. Truly a wonderful experience!
This is a very attractive simple French Hotel in a great quiet location. They look after you very well. OneSwedish guest, who was a frequent visitor, said it was the nicest hotel in Paris. nothing
interiors are charming and full of character, great atmosphere and personal touch, with extremely helpful staff. Reception area is very cramped and awkward for processing arrivals and departures, always with luggage inconveniently stacked awaiting rooms to be ready, or taxis to arrive
LOcation and bar/launge downstairs very cosy and stylish Breakfast was non-exististent even for additional money, only tea/coffee and bread. This was very dissapointing considering we paid extra for terrace specifically to have breakfast outside. Noone picked up reception phone in the evening. No minibar inside the room.
staff and location Hotel was being renovated and we were not advised of this. It was noisy, scaffolding was intrusive, and debris in hallway.
Beliggenheden er perfokt, hvis man vil opleve centrum af Paris.
Dejligt hotel i roligt kvarter. Ligger perfekt med god afstand til alt, og meget tilgængelig metrolinie.
Fin beliggenhed , stort værelse og venligt personale
Rigtig hyggeligt og centralt beliggende hotel med god komfort og fornuftige priser.
Personalets venlighed, Engelsk talende, renlighed ogbeliggenhed Nej
Ideal base for visiting Paris. The only complaint i have it that at the present time there is a lot of building work and road works outside the hotel - which did not detract from the hotel but as i was at the front of the hotel it was noisy early in the morning.
Staff was courteous, rooms were clean, location was great, restaurant/ bar in lobby great. 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.
Concierge service was very good, reasonably quiet, bed comfortable, bar was nice, bath was clean room was very small, location just ok, very expensive (breakfast 27 euro, or about $40 each) bar drinks expensive, room very expensive for the size and quality
the bed was so comfortable and the room was very nice. No enough space for the luggage or in room dinning.
Room (Junior Suite) was well appointed and comfortable, with an impressive view of Paris from the balcony.
The hotel is marvelous...great location on the Left Bank, close to Musee Orsey. The restaurant attached to the hotel, L'Atelier is world class and a must visit! We will return to this property the next time we are in Paris no
The location was excellent- close to shopping on the Ledt Bank and also convenient to the Louvre, D'Orsey, and transportation around the city. Also, the staff was very helpful,assisting us obtaining dinner reservations and in helping us with language issues, etc..
The staff were all fabulously helpful.
A luxe hotel with a friendly staff. We had a tidy deluxe-room with a balcony and a clean bathroom; there was a various, tastefull breakfast and the hotel has a nice and comfortable bar, lounge- and tearoom. Next to our room there was a compressor/aircondition machine which gave a noisy sound during the night. The air in the room was musty(although the room was very clean).
This is a modern, clean, comfortable hotel in a prime location in St. Germain, near the Musee d'Orsay, an upscale area with good restaurants nearby . It is not a particularly tourist-oriented neighborhood and many shops were closed for August vacation. However a Metro stop one block from the hotel provides convenient access to other arrondisements and neighborhoods. The concierge desk was most helpful in making restaurant reservations, arranging a taxi to the airport, and answering questions. The room, though fairly small (this is Paris!), was comfortable and had many convenience features.
All the oeople at the hotel were friendly and helpful. I highly recommend the hotel both for service and location.
we were lucky enough to get a room with a balcony overlooking the Seine. the view was nothing short of spectacular
nice location, in front of the Louvres no tv for a 2-stars hotel...
the location was wonderful and convenient . we were move to a different room because we had 2 children that we did not include in our reservation . however the room we were moved to had the same amount of space and bedding but had no view of the Louve like we originally planned for . So the move was pointless and a lil disappointing.
I have stayed at the Vultair most years for the pst 20+ years, and it is like "going home". The staff have always made me feel comfortable and welcome! I liked everything!
hotel is the center of the city and close to the conferens pan in the levator was broken. mirrow was broken.
The location of the Hotel and the services. The rooms need maintenance.
Terrace for breakfast
central location was great lack of parking. 2 nights cost me 62 Euros per car. Elevator was so small, you could hardly get one person and their bag in it. Stair case was spiral and also very small to take bags up.
The hotel is situated in a fashionable area with many restaurants and shops on its doorstep. The accommodation is cramped. The bathroom was a tight squeeze and the fixtures and fittings are worn and tired.
Location excellent, across the street from Metro, within walking distance of extensive restaurant and nightlife area. Bedrooms clean, but a bit spartan for a three star hotel.
The outside door handle kills your hand !
convenience ie within walking distance of many museums and the Rive Gauche, also many cafes and restaurants of the Bvd St Germain
Pleasant staff. Very clean hotel. Location superb. Quiet room. Elevator access etc. The night receptionist did not know whether the hotel took traveller's cheques.
The location was excellent and the staff friendly and very helpful. Rooms basic but fine, decoration could be improved and small lift could cause problems if we had more than one case! Breakfast a tad expensive, we found we could do it a lot cheaper elsewhere. No dinner option but the location meant this wasn't a problem as there were many good establishments near by.