Hotel Latour Maubourg

Jan 26th, 2003, 02:01 PM
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Hotel Latour Maubourg

Has anyone stayed at this hotel recently? The reviews are somewhat mixed. It seems that the hotel has been recently renovated, so I wonder if the negative reviews are current. I can't tell from the Amer. in Paris website since it doesn't give dates. Thank you. Lois
Jan 26th, 2003, 04:37 PM
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I haven't stayed there, but was considering it a year or so ago, and even made a reservation. In the confirm they sent me, they made it clear that no food could be taken to the rooms. Also that if you had reservations and for any reason left early, you would have to pay for the whole stay. I did not like such an inflexible policy, and decided not to stay there.
Jan 26th, 2003, 04:41 PM
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Rick Steves used to recommend them as one of his Rue Cler hotels, but no longer does.
Jan 26th, 2003, 05:05 PM
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My sister and her husband stayed there September of 2001. She really enjoyed the hotel and had no problems at all. She thought it was a nice hotel and great location.
Jan 26th, 2003, 05:13 PM
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It IS a nice hotel in a nice location - I've not stayed there, but I did check out some rooms pre-renovation (and they weren't that great, but mostly stuff like frayed carpeting and dingy walls, which I assume they've corrected), but I'd say if it's been renovated recently (and I know it has), it's probably a good deal. If Rick Steves doesn't recommend it any more, so much the better.

Another great, relatively unknown hotel about two blocks away, is the Hôtel de France, 102 Boulevard de la Tour Maubourg. It was renovated completely last year. Best mattresses in Paris, nice staff, good breakfast, same distance to the Rue Cler area. The restaurant d'Chez-Eux is right next door.
Jan 27th, 2003, 11:07 AM
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I stayed here for 4 days in the fall of 2001. We stayed 3 days at the beginning of our trip and one night at the end of our trip. Maria was very nice and friendly. We found the rooms clean and the bathrooms large. The location was excellent. The coffee, chocolate, and croissants at breakfast were tasty. Plus they have the cutest dog Faust.
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