A very fine hotel in an unmissable district.
A very fine hotel in an unmissable district.
France Albion - © EASYVOYAGE
France Albion - © EASYVOYAGE
The hotel is located on the hill leading up to the district of Pigalle, famous for its lively nightlife and its many restaurants, bars, concert halls, clubs and, of course, the Moulin Rouge. Just a short climb up to Montmartre will take you to the Sacré Cœur, or if that doesn't take your fancy, another of the city's symbolic monuments, the Opéra Garnier, is also easily accessible from the hotel. If you can walk on a little further you can also get to the city's shopping Mecca - the district with the famous Grands Magasins (big department stores), whilst lovers of fine food will be pleased to hear that there is a selection of fine eateries, including the 'Jean', in close proximity to the hotel. The closest underground station is Trinité.
The establishment's 34 rooms come in three categories: Standard, Superior, and Suite. We visited the first and found the rooms to be both spacious and well laid out. Two large French doors overlooking the street allow light to shine in, and the decor is a subdued but stylish affair combining paintings, curtains, and canopies. As far as amenities are concerned, the CRT televisions need to be replaced with flat-screen versions, but there is individual air-conditioning, a free safe and charged Wi-Fi access. A few hospitality products are also provided in the pleasant bathrooms, which contain a bathtub, as expected in rooms of this category or above. Room service is available until 2:30am. The hotel offers good value for money.
From the outside, the blue colour of the foot of the façade catches the eye. Inside, the impeccably clean establishment shows its character, with its warm welcome and sophisticated decor. A 24-hour bar serves chilled and alcoholic drinks. Opposite this is a computer with free internet access, and some sofas and armchairs. There is a also a large conference room available for hire. Breakfast is served in a nicely laid out and decorated room underground with vaulted ceilings. There is a car park 100m away.
beauty salon, spa
pas trop mal mais san plus
aucun avantage pour moi
ni d inconvenient aussi
Bon hôtel à recommander
Chambre confortable Prix intéressant pour la saison
Rien a signaler de particulier, peut être le prix des extras
Très bon rapport qualité prix, personnel très sympathique et serviable.
La gentilesse du personnel. La situation de l'hôtel
Le bruit de la rue. La chambre était un peu petite
"Accueille agréable , calme, conviviale , proche du centre ville , chambre spacieuse , avec vue magnifique , je vous la recommande , il faut parfois mettre le prix pour un confort parfait ! L'hôtel en lui même est très agréable, l'accueil chaleureuse et sympathique "
chambre propre et tres bon personnel.
Rien à dire, très bien pour une nuitée
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