A very warm 3-star hotel.
A very warm 3-star hotel.
Neva - © EASYVOYAGE
Neva - © EASYVOYAGE
The Hôtel Neva is located in a quiet little street a stone's throw away from one of the most emblematic monuments of Paris, the Arc de Triomphe, and the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Champs-Elysées. Traditional bars and eateries rub shoulders with gourmet restaurants in the area around the hotel. The closest metro station provides direct access to the main lines to explore all over Paris. The area is very sophisticated, attracts many tourists and is kept safe with a high police presence. The nearest underground station is Charles de Gaulle Etoile.
Guestrooms are spacious, simply decorated, feature classic furniture, provide numerous storage spaces and the windows are perfectly insulated. Amenities include satellite television, individual air-conditioning, a stocked-up minibar but no room service. Half of the bathrooms have a bathtub, and the other half have a shower.
This is a well-kept, family-run 3-star hotel which is perfectly fitting in the area. The staircase to the 31 guestrooms is a little narrow but not unsurmountable. Depending on which floor they are, the twin and double guestrooms have been decorated with a different colour. The breakfast room is located in the basement. The bar is open around the clock, and serves chilled and alcoholic drinks. The staff is very friendly.
The Neva hotel does not have a restaurant and room service is only available for breakfast. The continental buffet offers a range of cereal, jams, bread, butter, and croissants, and is served from 7:00am till 10:00am (10:30am during the weekend) in a basement room. Despite the absence of daylight, the atmosphere is intimate and rather pleasant, like in a small restaurant.
The Neva hotel provides an excellent starting point to visit the city. Although most of the sights of interest are not accessible on foot, the area is well connected in terms of public transport. We were particularly impressed with the staff, always readily available, who add a warm and friendly touch to the hotel; all requests for information immediately receive a courteous reply. Guest have to pay for Wi-Fi.
beauty salon, spa, Turkish bath
The ultimate in classic charm and inflated prices.
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Its ideal location is certainly a major asset to this hotel.
A faultless establishment in a safe, must-see district.
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