A pleasant retro-style hotel close to the Porte de Versailles
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A pleasant retro-style hotel close to the Porte de Versailles
Standing just behind the Porte de Versailles and its exhibition centre and the same distance from the busy crossroads of the Rue de la Convention and the Rue de Vaugirard, this hotel is ideally-located for business travellers. You'll find all sorts of shops and businesses in the vicinity, as well as various brasseries, restaurants and even a cinema.
A former apartment-hotel, the Lutèce has maintained its original layout. In fact, some of the rooms have a 5m-long corridor leading to the bedroom. The fun retro decor here includes headboards which match the carpets, pink-painted walls and a geometric floral-patterned bathroom concealed behind a glass door. Two complimentary bottles of water are provided, but don't expect much of the small cathode-ray televisions (after all, a flat-screen would stick out like a sore thumb amid this decor) and don't bank on air-conditioning, either!
Behind the 1930s façade lies a friendly hotel opened by two brothers from the Auvergne region. Now run by the third generation of owners, you'll still find the same hospitality on offer here. The silver pendulum clock and dresser in the lounge give the place and olde worlde feel, and there is also a nice little courtyard complete with palm tree for when the weather allows. Bear in mind, though, that the hotel is closed in August.
C'est un hôtel très agréable à deux pas du parc des expositions. L'accueil est très sympathique. Le personnel est aux petits soins. La chambre était très propre ainsi que la totalité de l'hôtel. La literie confortable et en bon état. Il est situé dans une rue très calme. J'ai dormi la fenêtre ouverte et n'ai pas été gêné.
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Un petit bémol sur le petit déjeuner qui pourrait être amélioré.
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