A 3* local family hotel.
A 3* local family hotel.
The Atel Royal Bergère enjoys a prime location at the heart of Paris's business district, next to the Drouot auction house and close to the Grands Magasins department stores, with the Grands Boulevards area, the perfect portrayal of Paris by night with its many theatres bars, restaurants and clubs, just a stone's throw away. Despite the constant hustle and bustle for which this district is renowned, it is a safe, cosmopolitan area, with the many restaurants of the Jewish Quarter also right on its doorstep and Folies Bergère cabaret venue just at the end of the street. The closest metro stations are Grands Boulevards or Cadet.
The rooms here are clean and rather light with two large French doors overlooking the street, good quality bedding and basic decor. The hotel clearly enjoys a prime location here, and it has undoubtedly been decided that there is no need to overdo things inside. Furniture is limited to a desk and chair positioned next to the comfortable bed, and the modest amenities are pretty much limited to a television broadcasting analogue channels, as well as TNT and a few foreign channels. There is no mini-bar, no individual air-conditioning and no room service. On the plus side, however, free Wi-Fi is available. The bathrooms are small and have a bathtub. The room rates are competitive, given the location.
This is a small, modest, 3* family establishment with 29 guest rooms. Even the lobby resembles something of a private sitting room, with its chunky leather sofas, place mats on the tables and the (rather dirty) aquarium, but the establishment is on the whole clean and well maintained. The breakfast room is also located just behind this space.
A contemporary 3*, just what you would expect of Best Western standards.
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A rather drab 3*** establishment in a tourist area known for its partying
A good address for design aficionados
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A fine hotel meeting the standards expected of this chain, in spite of the small rooms.
A dark setting at the heart of "Paris by night".
A cosy, comfortable 3*** hotel with large rooms that are often booked up in advance.
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The George V is one of the most prestigious Parisian palaces in the city. You barely have to cross the threshold before realising you are entering a hotel in which luxury, perfection and indulgence are the name of the game. Boasting rooms fit for a princess, impressive lounges and a Michelin-starred restaurant, the George V ticks all the boxes when it comes to satisfying even the most demanding of guests. The interior designer Pierre Yves Rochon oversaw the complete refurbishment of the building in 1997, and has since then continued to make improvements to the decor in the 18th Century style.
The latest Parisian palace to open its doors on 1 August 2014. The French chic and sophistication goes perfectly with the Asian elegance in the magnificent building dating from 1908. This is the Peninsula Group's first hotel to open in France but also in Europe.
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