A welcoming and elegant hotel.
A welcoming and elegant hotel.
Poussin - © EASYVOYAGE
Poussin - © EASYVOYAGE
The Auteuil district is a very pleasant part of Paris, where many big companies have their headquarters. The hotel is close to Porte d'Auteuil and there are numerous public transport lines (bus and metro) to take you into Paris. There is also a local market here twice a week. As for sight-seeing, you are not far from the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysées or even the Bois de Boulogne.
All the rooms have just been redone (along with the bathrooms) and most of them look out onto the hotel's courtyard. The rooms are therefore quiet and warm and quite in keeping with the elegance of the rest of the hotel. All the rooms have a hair-dryer and a flat-screen TV, a mini-bar, a safe and a fan (no air-conditioning). The bathrooms are very pretty.
The hotel was recently renovated and features many of the owner's treasures, thus making for an elegant setting mixing modernism and tradition. The welcome is friendly and the calm of the hotel attracts many regulars. At the reception desk you can ask for an iron and ironing board (there is also a laundry service if you don't want to do it yourself). Wi-Fi is free and the connection is good. The hotel's terrace is very pleasant when the weather is nice.
beauty salon, Turkish bath
Bon petit séjour. Service du petit déjeuner à domicile les uns sur les autres malheureusement. Restaurant pas fameux.
Bonne literie. Jolie salle de bain.
Accueil moyen et restauration moyenne
Personnel très gentil et à l'écoute. Proximité des infrastructures de concours
La gentillesse du personnel et sa localisation
Le prix (même si c'est l'un des arrondissements le plus cher de Paris)
Welcoming owners and truly cocoon-like surroundings
This is a truly charming hotel.
A quiet hotel displaying little touches of imagination
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