Hotel Renaissance Parc Trocadero Hotel 5 star
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55-57 Avenue Raymond Poincare Paris, France -
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The recently renovated Renaissance Parc Trocadéro is strategically located in the classy West end of Paris ? making it a perfect base camp both for those wishing to explore the numerous museums and attractions in the area and for those visiting France's capital on business. What's more, the hotel is fully deserving of its privileged address: mixing classic elegance with contemporary design, The Renaissance feels grand without being pretentious. Rooms spread over four buildings surround the calm inner courtyard, providing a green, fresh space away from the street from which to relax following a heavy day's sightseeing.

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    Location 5.15 /10

    The hotel is situated in the wealthy, business district of town, just a short walk away from many of Paris' fine monuments and museums. Local attractions include the Eiffel tower, the Seine, the Grand Palais and the Tuileries. Museums are plentiful in the neighbourhood, where you'll find the Museum of Modern Art, the Grand Palais and the Costume museum within a stone's throw from the hotel's equally grand entrance. Alternatively, and perhaps dangerously, the hotel is within close walking distance from the infamous Champs Elysées, as well as a huge number of designer boutiques lining the charming local rues and boulevards. The Renaissance is well situated between three metro stops: Trocadéro (lines 6 and 9), Boissière (line 6), and Victor Hugo (line 2), meaning you have the whole of Paris at your doorstep! A car valley service is available for those travelling by car, and likewise the concierge will be happy to call you a taxi.

    Accommodation 7.95 /10

    The Renaissance has 122 rooms, including 22 suites and four rooms with disabled access. The rooms are clean and, having been decorated so recently, all in perfect nick. All bedrooms are decorated in the same way, featuring a mix of contemporary furniture in the signature green, white and grey. Many also feature large canvas canapés depicting various scenes from nature, and oversized gold gilded, green tinted mirrors. The main difference between the superior and prestige rooms (standard doesn't exist) therefore is simply in size. Whether you're in the new block, or the older buildings, the superior rooms can seem a little cramped. This is not so much due to the size of the room than to the fact that the hotel's signature furniture pieces, such as the classic Parisian style arm chair, are squeezed into every room regardless of size. If you're staying for a while, or if you have a tendency to pack heavily, it may be worth splashing out on some extra floor space and going for a prestige! 70% of rooms have a view out onto the courtyard, which is the hotel's best feature, so check this when booking. Although some rooms boast large panelled windows, others seemed a little short of natural light. Don't be surprised to find sweeping curtains hiding a small window and a large expanse of wall. The new Renaissance has nevertheless retained a touch of classic luxury. Bathrooms are decorated in dark wood paneling and marble, with large back-lit mirrors and a selection of luxury complementary products. While most bathrooms are equipped with both bath and shower, those that lack the bath have generous-sized monsoon showers. All rooms are air conditioned and quiet, many contain espresso machines, and the suites boast ample space, comfortable sitting areas, and large desks.

    Overview 7.75 /10

    The hotel retains a Napoleonic grandeur, with a modern zesty twist that the hotel manager proudly describes as the essence of nature. A lime green theme runs throughout, from the lobby to the various rooms and suites. First impressions are what you'd expect from a classy hotel ? the lobby is bright and refreshing and the staff well turned out and exceptionally friendly. Seating is available while you wait, and, for those in need of a pick-me-up, the hotel bar is accessible instantly offering fresh smoothies (and cocktails) of the day. The courtyard is the hotel's best asset. This inner oasis of green and freshness is well tended and a pleasure to experience. Bypass the hotel's main entrance to gain direct access to the gardens and the restaurant, which spill out under the palm trees on sunny days. Everything about this secret garden is calming and relaxing, and you are immediately taken away from the busy, hot Parisian streets. Several shaded outdoor spaces are available, providing comfy sofas and spaces from which to hide from the sun or enjoy an apéro before heading over to the restaurant. The Renaissance has an excellent in-house restaurant called Le Relais du Parc, serving up tasty French classics with a modern twist. Other hotel facilities include a business centre (ipads are available to borrow from reception), a library area, and a fitness room. For those after a little relaxation time, the hotel has paired up with a local spa, where guests can receive hefty discounts on treatments. Although rooms are equipped with TVs, DVD players, ipod docks and telephones, wifi is only available at a rate of 7 euros per hour, or 20 euros for 24 hours.

    Food and drink 7.70 /10

    Visit the hotel in summer, and the Relais du Parc restaurant spills out into the charming interior courtyard, where you can find yourself dining under palm trees and reaping the benefits of the refreshing freshening mist? The style of the restaurant is contemporary and elegant. Tables are well spaced apart and the dining experience is relaxing and enjoyable. Popular with a business crowd at weekday lunchtimes, the restaurant offers lunch menus for 29 or 35 euros, and dinner menus à la carte, with mains starting from around 20 euros. Le Relais du Parc serves a select menu of fresh, seasonal dishes using local produce. Although the food is delicious, there is nothing hugely inventive about the menu. Choose between a selection of cooling summer starters, such as the crisp asparagus and salmon, or the huge prawns served with grapefruit segments and raspberry vinaigrette. Alternatively try a rich French classic with a modern twist, such as the foie gras with mango chutney and brioche. For mains, the fish dishes are more imaginative than the quintessential meat dishes. We recommend the deliciously light sea bream, which comes with pot of mashed sweet potato, and refreshing tarragon and pepper salsa. If it's traditional you're after, try the black pudding, or go for a classic French beef fillet. Service is friendly and the waiters will be happy to explain the menu (which is in French and English), or help you select a wine. In the mornings an impressive breakfast buffet fills the dining room next to the terrace. The room is bright and modern, and a vintage map of Paris covers the ceiling, meaning you can plan your days' itinerary while you eat! If you don't fancy a trip down to the restaurant, take advantage of the hotel's 24h room service, and well-stocked mini bars.

    To know

    The Renaissance has just undergone an enormous renovation project, and the results are still sparkly new. Not that the five star hotel has ever had a reputation for anything less - The Renaissance sisterhood consists of more than 140 establishments spanning 28 counties, which are known for their luxurious locations and quality service. This particular sister, one of four in Paris, boasts a successful mix of historical listed buildings and cutting-edge contemporary, thought up by the world-renowned Parisian designer Jean-Philipe Nuel. Three of the four buildings that make up The Renaissance date back to the 19th century, and the hotel has retained many original features that hint back to its rich history. Look out for the ancient pulley in the courtyard, used to lift haystacks in the days when the buildings served as stables.

    Equipment

    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      massage, beauty salon, sauna, keep fit, spa, Turkish bath, wellness

    • Sports equipment

      tennis, water skiing, gym, golf, squash, fitness, sports

    • Animals allowed
    • Barber
    • Whirlpool bath
    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Meeting room

    Traveller Reviews

    3
    • Overall Score nc/10
    • Guillaume W. Guillaume W.  
      2 Opinions
      • Package deals in mars 2014 Posted on 2014-06-16 En couple - 1 nuitée (Chambre avec vue)

        Très bon établissement, très acceuillant, a recommander.

      • Advantages

        Accceuil parfait

      • Disavantages

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      • Overall Score 9.00/10
    •  Anonyme. Anonyme.  
      1 Opinions
      • Package deals in juin 2012 Posted on 2014-04-15 En couple - 3 à 5 nuitées (Chambre avec vue)

        Les chambres sont de "taille parisienne", mais bien aménagées. Et si tout n'est pas parfait (manque un miroir pour le maquillage, pas de livret d'accueil en chambre, choix restreints au petit déjeuner), la disponibilité du personnel sur-compense ces imperfections.... Il suffit de demander.... En synthèse, la relation humaine au c?ur de l'hôtellerie haut de gamme pour un service personnalisé . Nous réessaierons !

      • Advantages

        prix juste disponible liberté éthique accueil

      • Disavantages

        rien a ajouter trouve rien a dire

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      • Overall Score 8.00/10
    • Annabelle C. Annabelle C.  
      1 Opinions
      • Package deals in décembre 2013 Posted on 2014-01-09 En couple - 1 nuitée (Chambre sans vue)

        Superbe hotel situé idéalement près du trocadéro. Accueil quelque peu "pompeux" mais réel service de qualité. Salle de resto attrayante, cour intérieure calme et agréable.petit déjeuner hors de prix , je vous conseil de sortir et faire quelques mètres à pieds pour prendre un petit déjeuner tout aussi savoureux dans un café typique de paris

      • Advantages

        bonne situation géographique. nombreux services proposés par les "ambassadeurs"

      • Disavantages

        accueil conventionnel, prix excessif

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      • Overall Score 9.25/10
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