A very modest 3-star hotel.
A very modest 3-star hotel.
Modern Lafayette - © EASYVOYAGE
Modern Lafayette - © EASYVOYAGE
Located on a large avenue linking the Opera to the Gare St Lazare, the Modern Lafayette also stands at the foot of the hill which goes up to Pigalle, towards Montmartre. You can easily reach Opéra Garnier, less than a 10-minute walk away. Located in a business district, the hotel's environment is safe and calm, far away from the lively nightlife of the Grands Boulevards area. The hotel is surrounded by many shops, bars and restaurants and the nearest underground stations is Notre-Dame de Lorette.
The guestrooms are as simply decorated as the rest of the hotel - a mere little frame adds a touch of colour. They are quite spacious and rather well lit thanks to a French window, which actually gives a totally unrestricted view of Paris from the upper floors - out of the 43 rooms, which are all in the 'Standard' category, some even have a view of the Sacré Coeur church. A wardrobe in which you can hang clothes gives enough storage room and a desk and two chairs are placed against the wall. The mini-safe is free of charge but as far as other amenities are concerned, they are a little meagre: no internet access except for at the reception, free WiFi but no minibar. There is no room service either, except for breakfast, which can be taken up to your room. The prices were set in accordance with the service, therefore a little cheaper than regular prices for this category.
The entrance hall is peculiar - you have to walk right along to the end of a corridor before you can reach the reception where the staff give a warm and friendly welcome. It is a shame however that no effort was made on the decoration, apart from a few plants - the whole thing definitely lacks character. The adjacent breakfast room is lit by a beautiful composition of stained glass windows. All floors have clean corridors with no particular feature at all; but in the higher floors, they will give you the chance to look out onto the Paris rooftops.
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