An impressive facade and a well-equipped hotel, let down somewhat by the outdated decor and generally slightly worn surroundings.
The hotel is situated at the heart of the Golden Triangle, which includes luxury boutiques, the Champs Elysées and various Parisian brasseries. You will find several metro stations and bus stops close to the hotel, if you are willing to walk a few minutes, and you'll find plenty of entertainment on the Avenue des Champs Elysées, home to the Arc de Triomphe, including various museums, cinemas, bars and clubs, not to mention the shops, of course. Beware though, as wherever there is entertainment, there is mass tourism!
The hotel belongs to a family Group founded in 1976 and is still managed by members of the family. The group now owns 4 hotels, all located in the Champs Elysées area.
The 90s-style decor at the hotel is rather sad-looking and could certainly do with a complete makeover - it may well have been trendy at the time, but now it is anything but! Having said that, the hotel still offers a good level of amenities. To the left of the reception lies the tiny but cosy little hotel bar, run by a very welcoming barman who puts guests' comfort above everything else. Just behind this you'll find the business centre, complete with conference table and multifunctional printer for which there is no charge, though there is also an adjacent conference room which can accommodate up to 30 people. The breakfast room is located on the same corridor, and the decor here doesn't appear to have been updated for several decades. A little further along beyond the reception lies the hotel patio, which is very enjoyable on a good day, and there is even a health centre, open from 7:00am to 10:00pm every day, which includes a massage salon, a hammam and a well-equipped gym (PowerPlate, treadmill, exercise bike, etc.).
The hotel's 106 guest rooms rather lack personality and come in 4 categories, namely Classic, Superior, Junior Suite and Suite. All rooms come with a safe, a mini-bar, a flat-screen television and DVD-player, individual air-conditioning, a hair-dryer and bathrobes, and whilst the rooms are clean they are also rather worn, with some of the bulbs not working, lampshades askew, etc. If you feel like going the extra mile, go for one of the rooms on the 7th floor which offer magnificent views of the Eiffel Tower.
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