Smack-dab in the center of Paris, this no-frills hotel across from a 17th-century church gets points for its location—shops, restaurants, and points of interest are literally steps away. Exposed oak beams, statues in niches, and rustic stone walls give the place an old-fashioned air. Rooms have floral cotton bedspreads and simple wooden furniture, though the bright bathrooms have more modern amenities like hair dryers. Elevator service begins on the second floor, so
some stairs are guaranteed. The neighboring building is undergoing renovations, which could affect your stay.
Sep 14, 2002
We stayed from Aug. 3-9th,for a 100 euro, given the very central location this seemed a like pretty good deal. The room was good size, although the furnishing were somewhat inexpensive -plastic chairs, dorm like pictures. The AC unit was portable an not terribly effective. They were remodeling and doing electrical work , and twice the water went out. Only after complained , they reluctantly gave us a slight token discount. It was our fist trip -next
time I would stay at at three star , perhaps Ile St. Louis or by the Effiel Tower, the metro was very efficient. Better than its sister hotel down the street.
Dec 20, 2000
We stayed for 7 nights here in November, 2000. Although by no means a luxury hotel, we highly recommend it. The rooms are nice, and include cable TV (CNN) and a mini-bar. The real draw here, though is the location. 2 minute walk to several metro stations, 5 minutes to the Louvre. In short, its clean, safe, comfortable, and has an ideal location. Staff is extremely helpful also. We will happily return in the future.