Very Good10 Reviews
0.34km from Les Cedres du LibanI’m putting a quick overview here then including some points worth mentioning. We arrived after a 16 hour flight/travel and checked in on time. We were given the first room on the first floor. It’s the wheelchair accessible room. I’d advise to never stay in this room unless you have to. We wanted to sleep when we got in there. Within five minutes someone tried opening our door. Then after falling asleep ten minutes later someone else tried opening our door. We felt unsafe and irritated. I went to reception and they said it wouldn’t happen again and that there was a conference going and people were confusing our door with the conference room, which is right next door. Bad location for a hotel room. After falling asleep, again and tired as heck someone ended up opening our door, it was a maid and she tried to give me a cushion because apparently they thought we demanded a cushion. I almost had a heart attack. The last thing I want is someone opening my door while I’m sleeping. We packed our things. The first woman we spoke to at the front desk told us there were no other rooms available to switch us to and they were all booked up. When her shift was over we spoke to another woman who was more helpful and got the manager and let us switch rooms. The frustrating thing is the first woman basically denied the fact that three people had tried to come into our room which goes without saying is not the way to treat guests at a hotel. Nevertheless, the new room was up higher and smaller but clean and was fine for our stay. Notes: Bathrooms are modern and clean. The place transmits noise everywhere, so it’s loud. The water is hot, the AC works well, the beds are comfortable and clean. The stairs are a spiral staircase and uneven so watch your step. Overall it’s a nice stay. We didn’t get breakfast as we didn’t hear good things and there’s so many good options in short walking distance from this location. And the metro is basically across the street. It’s a busy area and people riding on scooters are nuts. It’s right in the heart of the hustle and bustle. Not a touristy area so you won’t see a lot of tourists around. Would I stay there again? If I wanted that area, for the price yes, but I’d probably try something else if I’m ever in Paris again.