After starring in the 2002 film The Truth About Charlie, this darling hotel gained a reputation as one of the most atmospheric budget sleeps in the city. Rates have crept up, but the 19th-century bank building retains its beautiful wood-paneled reception area and a period look between Art Deco and Art Nouveau. The spacious and individually decorated rooms are decked out with glazed-tile fireplaces and antique artworks that make you feel like you've stepped back
in time. Some rooms, such as Nos. 15, 21, and 41, have enormous retro bathrooms. Breakfast can be served in your room at no extra cost.
Aug 15, 2006
My wife and I went to Paris for the first time and stayed at Hotel Langlois. Spacious rooms and very large bathrooms. Very helpful staff and an excellent location to see the sights. A great value, would definately come back!
Apr 16, 2005
The hotel Langlois deserves all of the positive reviews on Fodors and Tripadvisor. The staff is wonderful. Everyone was friendly and helpful. The double room my wife and daughter shared was large and clean with a wonderful view (6th floor). My single across the hall was much smaller but still clean and comfortable. The bathrooms are on the small side, however, and the walls can be thin. The double at 108 euros was a better value than my single at
84 euros. It is definitely worth the extra money for the upgrade. The location is good - a bit out of the way. We saw mostly locals, very few tourists around the hotel in early March. The Trinite metro stop is only 100 yards away and makes getting around easy. The Roissy Bus to and from the airport was easy. It drops off and picks up at the Opera, about a 5-10 walk from the hotel. There are lots of good local restaurants and Bistros. The pastry shop between the hotel and the metro is excellent. The Royale Trinite Bistro, however, should be avoided.
Jun 14, 2004
The hotel was excellent - just what it appears like on their web page. We stayed for 4 nights in May 2004 and it worked out great. The Metro and train station are very close. Why stay at a big chain without character?