This charming hotel is peaceful and well-located.
This charming hotel is peaceful and well-located.
Brittany - © EASYVOYAGE
Brittany - © EASYVOYAGE
Located on a main road between Opéra and Gare St Lazare station, the Hôtel Brittany is also at the foot of the hill leading to Pigalle, in the direction of Montmartre. You can easily reach Opéra Garnier, less than a 10-minute walk away. The hotel is in safe and fairly quiet surroundings in a business district away from the hustle-and-bustle of the vibrant nightlife in the nearby Grands Boulevards area. A bistro can be found next to the hotel whose menu includes some of the traditional specialities of French cuisine. The closest metro station is Notre-Dame de Lorette.
The rooms are a standard size, and although the decor has been touched up, it is tidy but a bit sad for our liking. The French doors allow a bit of light in, and there is a small balcony for a breath of fresh air with views over the neighbouring roofs. There is also a big cupboard with plenty of space to pack away your luggage out of sight. The rooms have satellite television, individual air-conditioning and a free Wifi connection, but no minibar or room service. The bathroom is particularly tasteful, with a large bathtub and a few hospitality products provided. The place is not devoid of charm and is well worth a visit.
The hotel occupies a handsome and typically Parisian stone building. The plush, subdued entrance is furnished with padded leather armchairs, sofas, and wooden shelves. The breakfast room, with its long dark leather bench, is reminiscent of a small lounge. Although the decor has recently been touched up on the corridors leading to the various floors of this 42-room hotel, you can still hear the parquet creaking underfoot, and you cannot help but notice the succession of narrow doors with eye-catching bronze lions attached to them.
Très bien situé, un accueil chaleureux, et notamment au petit déjeuner, la chambre spcieuse et une salle de bains très moderne. J'y retournerai
calme accueil, chambre très propre salle de bains refaite à neuf et design
ascenseur très petit et lent
Accueil très agréable, les chambres était bien décoré mais la fenêtre ne fermez pas très bien, l ascenseur est petit maxi 2 personne
Accueil très agréable , propre
Fenêtre qui ferme mal, ascenseur assez petit
Possédant une Smartbox, l'hôtel me demandé un scanne ainsi que mes coordonnées pour valider ma réservation, effectué dans les plus bref délais bien évidement. S'est alors enchainé une succession de mail allant crescendo dans une totale mauvaise foi ainsi que des paroles tout à fait déplacés venant de soi disant « professionnel » envers un client. Se faire prendre pour un imbécile alors que je veux effectuer une réservation... Pas très vendeur. "No comment"
Aucuns, surtout pas au niveau du service réservation.
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