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Hôtel Bel-Ami

At a Glance

    Pros

  • central St-Germain-des-Prés location
  • feels completely up to date
  • spacious fitness center and spa

    Cons

  • some guests report loud noise between rooms
  • some small rooms in lower price category
  • not suitable for families with younger kids

Fodorite Reviews

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Hôtel Bel-Ami Review

A short stroll from the famous Café de Flore, the Bel-Ami hides its past as an 18th-century textile factory behind low-slung furnishings, computer stations, and flat-screen TVs. You're immediately struck by the contemporary lobby, with club music and a sleek fireplace lounge to match. There's free Wi-Fi throughout, and the fitness center includes a sauna and Tibetan-style treatment rooms. Rooms lean toward minimalist chic, which is just fine with the hotel's young and trendy clientele. It fills up fast when the fashion circus comes to town. Rates for lodging and dining reflect the hotel's reliance on clients who want to see, be seen, and are willing to pay the steep prices to do so.

    Hotel Details

  • 113 rooms, 2 suites
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 02-19-2014

Fodorite Reviews

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    Loved it

    Read another review here on line and couldn't believe we stayed in the same hotel. We loved the contemporary decor, our room was small but quiet and very comfortable. Breakfasts, included in the room, were the best we had almost anywhere in France. Our experience with staff was that they were polite, welcoming and helpful. Would definitely go back.

    by ppugh, 6/4/07
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    Being different

    If you like not being like everyone, this hotel is for you. The area is formal, historic and intellectual and the hotel is a boutique hotel, design, cares about details and so on. It is a cut hotel to stay in Paris.

    by Serina, 3/3/08

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