Hotels Near Raimo In Paris
0.1km from RaimoWe stayed at the Grand Hotel Dore for six nights in September 2019 because it was included in a Groupon package. We were a bit unsure of what to expect, but this hotel far exceeded our expectations and was a charming place to stay. The Grand Dore is not in the historic center, but it takes only a few minutes to ride to the center via two metro lines available at a Metro stop less than a block away from the hotel. The hotel's surrounding neighborhood has the appearance and amenities of central Paris, but without the noise and congestion. The hotel itself is immaculate and up-to-date. The rooms are compact but not tiny, and have comfortable beds, ample armoires, and contemporary bathrooms (ours had a shower). Our continental-style breakfast was included and offered coffee/tea/milk, hard/soft-boiled eggs, fresh fruits, cereals, fresh pastries, bread and preserves, etc., with real plates and silverware (no plastic or paper!). As with many Paris hotel elevators, this one is small; but it's also speedier than any other hotel elevator we've encountered in Paris. The hotel staff was friendly and knowledgeable, spoke English flawlessly, and was patient with us when we tried our inadequate French on them. We've already recommended the Grand Hotel Dore to friends.
0.14km from RaimoOur family of 4 visited along with another friend so we split apartments. We wanted to cook our evening meals and did so successfully. The apartments we had were very well suited to two people and very comfortable. The property is some distance from the major tourist sites but very accessible through the Metro. If you are happy to trade travelling time for cheaper costs then this is a good option. We felt very safe in this area. Being a new property everything was clean and in great condition although a little more information on how to operate the appliances would have been useful. The staff were super friendly and encouraged me in the use of my incredibly limited French. Breakfast was included with our room rate and was all that we needed each day and left us feeling ready for the day ahead. Plenty of supermarkets and places to eat nearby and handy to the Metro although that line was not running while we were there. We had no problems using taxis etc in the area. This property was value for money in our opinion and we would stay there again as a base for our Paris travels.
Very Good7 Reviews
0.43km from RaimoStayed here for two nights at the end of January. Had decided to go to France for a couple of days so I wouldn't have to see in Brexit from the UK! Reception staff were really friendly and helpful and spoke good English. Particularly the male receptionist who offered to help me with my luggage when I mentioned I would prefer using the stairs rather than the lift to reach my room. My room was clean and tidy and bed was really comfortable. There were tea/coffee making facilities in the room and a good selection of channels on the TV Good choice of food for breakfast too. Mixture of cereals, toast, croissants, Fruit and some cooked stuff. Plus a selection of hot and cold drinks. Only downside was the fact there were no traditional tea bags in the room so had to make do with coffee but other than that had an excellent stay and would definatley come here again.
0.47km from RaimoThis is the worst hotel I have ever been to. The toilette is too small. Even 1 person will not be comfortable in it. You can hear other rooms activities, first impression is a scary place. Highly recommended if you want to ruin someone’s vacation.
Very Good8 Reviews
0.5km from RaimoThe hotel location is superb, in the 12th district, safe and quiet, 2 minutes walk from the subway station, there is a market downstairs, very convenient. The room was clean and hygienic. The bath and toilet were separate. The first breakfast was great. It was very suitable for my Chinese stomach. I had a full meal every day. The restaurant was very stylish. Although I stayed for 4 days, I did n’t see an Asian noodle Kong, full of Europeans and Americans, highly recommended cost-effective, bed and quilt are the standard five-star, very comfortable!
0.66km from RaimoFirst of all I have to talk about the price, I went to Paris with a couple of friends and we booked a room here because it was in a relatively good location and the price was really good for 3 nights especially considering that breakfast was included. This was my 4th time visiting France - second in Paris, and it was by far the best time I have spent there, and what played not that small of a part in that, was the hotel and the amazing service we received there. When we first arrived at the hotel, it was almost 1am but we were still greeted with a friendly smile and the receptionist made sure we were alright and if we needed anything. The breakfast provided by the hotel was also really good, it was something simple but at the same time there was also quite the variety (and everything was amazing) - there was cake, croissants, bread, cheese, variety of juices, coffee, fruits,.. a lot of things! Also important to mention that although the room was a bit small, it was still perfect, we had enough room not to step on each other and it was also very pretty and clean, and I absolutely adored how environmentally friendly it was! As I mentioned before, the staff was also extremely helpful and friendly and was always there for our queries! An overall wonderful experience.
0.69km from RaimoThis is a nice hotel, quite small rooms but for a short break that’s not really a problem. Walking from the hotel towards Bercy Metro isn’t particularly nice but luckily there’s a Metro right outside. The first night we arrived none of the electric sockets worked in the room which meant we couldn’t charge our phones etc. We asked the receptionist for assistance with this and even though she was very polite, she seemed to forget about us and we ended up waiting about half an hour before asking again and then she said she didn’t realise we were waiting for her. After about another 25 minutes she confirmed the room should be sorted which it was. There is a little shopping village about a 10 minute walk away from the hotel. It’s called Bercy Village. That’s quite nice to go to and have a look around. Overall, not a bad stay and staff were polite and friendly.
0.7km from RaimoI spent 5 days at this hotel. It’s located close to restaurants, shops and the metro It’s your typical Ibis layout and stays true to that design (Ibis is a chain hotel) The room was clean...not overly large...but not overly small. However, if you leave your room AFTER the maids are done on your floor...you WILL NOT get maid service that day. When those maids move on to the next floor...they don’t look back The real downside is...you can hear EVERYTHING your neighbors say and do. So if you’re staying in this hotel and you want personal things to be personal...use caution The wifi works well...and there are at least two plugs in the room to charge devices The ac worked great The shower had hot water and good water pressure The hotel offers food, but no alcohol. I did not eat here, so I don’t know what the quality is like The reception staff are nice and checking in and out was easy It’s a fair hotel for maybe a night or two...I wouldn’t recommend more nights simply because the walls are so thin and offer no privacy
0.74km from RaimoRecently spent 9 nights at this hotel. This was a last-minute change from a planned Italian trip, so hadn't done much research before booking. I was in room 11, a standard double/twin room. The hotel has clearly been recently renovated, and to my untrained eye tastefully so. Room: by Parisian standards, larger than average. I could actually take 3 steps from end of bed to the bathroom entrance, which I have not been able to do in other Parisian hotels. Besides the bed, room had luggage rack, small desk, TV, and closet. There were plenty of electrical outlets. Wifi was fine--fast enough for a hotel and never dropped. TV had many non-French channels to choose from. My room faced the street, but there was effective sound-proofing so no street noise. You will here some internal noise from the hallway from other guests, but nothing out of the ordinary. Room was cleaned, and cleaned well, daily. Bathroom and shower are what you would expect in Paris (small when compared to some other cities) but functional. Hot water never ran out, shower water pressure was average. They do supply shower items (soap and such) but I did not use any of them. Breakfast: You're paying for convenience, but the selection was good--cereal, milk, yogurt, fruit, various breads, croissants and pain au chocolat, eggs that could be boiled, meat and cheese, juice and a coffee machine. It is the same every day, so no variation if you are there for several days. There was an espresso machine that was available during the rest of the day in the kitchen area, for which there was no cost. This was a nice feature. The small lounge area on the ground floor was inviting. Front desk staff: friendly, helpful, gave good advice for a local cafe (Le Cosy). There is someone at the desk at all hours. They do add to the friendliness of the place. Location: You will probably be taking public transport a lot. However, the hotel is located quite close (5-10 minute walk) to a large Metro/RER stop (Nation) and one smaller Metro stop (Picpus). Except for sites on the left bank, you will be a single quick Metro ride away from most sites using these two stops. As one example, I believe the trip on Metro Line 1 from Nation to either Louvre stop is about 12 minutes. My trip happened to coincide well with the Navigo weekly pass, and I used it extensively. To give you some idea of how much I used public transit, I used the pass for 33 trips during the week the pass was valid, including out and back to Versailles. Getting there: I took the RER B to RER A from CDG to get to the hotel. The connection between these two heading to the hotel from the airport is easy, despite being in the cavernous Chatelet Les Halles station--no stairs, same platform, easiest transfer you'll make while you're in Paris. Don't make the error I did and mistake Rue de Picpus (the wrong street) for Blvd de Picpus. I did some extra walking because of that! It was raining the morning I was going back to CDG, so
Very Good10 Reviews
0.91km from RaimoThis was a lovely place to stay in Paris! The hotel and the location offered everything you needed as a traveller to make our stay comfortable, easy and very enjoyable. I appreciated the reasonable price for Paris and felt that we received a great value . What we loved: -The Location was ideal! Its right off the Place Nation metro station which is a hub station so you are steps away from any place in Paris. I cant tell you how convenient it is to access so many different metro lines without having to transfer, it made getting around the city so easy, this convenience is priceless! Also, Place Nation has so many cafes and restaurants to choose from so you can grab a quick coffee, have a lovely meal or take in the ambiance and the Parisian cafe culture (we recommend DALOU) and the neighborhood always feels safe at any time of night or day. There was a small epicerie open late just around the corner if you needed to pick up any items, a pharmacy and the Printemps department store, so if you forgot anything or needed to do some quick shopping for a last minute rain coat or replacement walking shoes its all right there. -Breakfast is served every morning downstairs, unfortunately it was raining during our stay so we did not have the experience of the lovely courtyard where they normally serve but we ate inside which was just fine. It was really great to have breakfast available, especially the first morning when you wake up jet lagged and hungry and just want some coffee and a croissant right away. The other mornings we had breakfast at the cafes close by and there is also an amazing boulangerie along Place Nation we highly recommend! The wonderful smells from this bakery in the morning is just heaven. -Our room overlooked the small street in front and was really quaint. Considering we were close to Place Nation it was not noisy and we were really comfortable. The neighborhood was really great and I always felt safe walking the streets back to the hotel from the metro even when we returned late at night. -The staff were always friendly and helpful, we had a really enjoyable stay! Things to keep in mind: -This is Europe so everything is a bit smaller than you might be used to, the room, the elevator the hallways, the bathroom...but that is just part of the experience and you should be ready to adjust your expectations accordingly while traveling in Europe. Our room was petite but clean and comfortable and had everything we needed! Merci for a lovely stay!
0.94km from RaimoMyself and my teenage daughter stayed here for 3 nights 22/7 - 25/7. Please bear in mind that the hotel had only just reopened after Coronavirus restrictions. The positives:- Super clean. Comfy beds with memory foam pillow and normal pillow. Near to metro station. Near to supermarket and shopping area. Bercy village on the doorstep with a range of restaurants offering different cuisines and many bars. Safe neighbourhood. We didn’t have the breakfast so can’t comment on that. Good double glazed sound proof windows. The negatives:- Small room size and bathroom (but this is typically European). The safe is located on the floor which is not easy to access given the tight space of the room or the lighting to see to the back of the safe. Shower floor can be slippery when wet so be careful when getting out. The toilet had a weak flush (may have been just our room 723). No fridge (beware of leaving food or drink in your room on a hot day). It was hot when we were there so we had to leave the air con on all day to keep our food and drink cool. This can’t be cost efficient for the hotel. One of the two lifts was being replaced. As I said earlier, we stayed just after it had reopened so here a few other suggestions that may be helpful during post Covid (but not normal conditions). Housekeeping are only cleaning the rooms every 2 days. So make sure you ask for fresh towels every day. There is a notice stating this on the reception desk but when you are busy checking in and are tired from travelling you may not notice it like we didn’t. It would have been helpful if reception staff actually told us this at check in stage. There wasn’t any tea/coffee makings in the room due to virus restrictions so we had to ask for a kettle. (We bought our own cups and tea etc as thought this might be the case). Tips:- Get a room on the street side of the hotel with a balcony if possible. The other side has views of a railway line and station.
0.96km from RaimoParis 12 Hotel is in the 12th district, 200 meters from the entrance is Metro Line 1, and Line 1 is the main route of Paris attractions. There are T3a, T3b two trams around 300 meters, and Metro Line 6 is about 800 meters. Hotel room is relatively small, the bathroom can only be described with a mini, the small no words, the key is no elevator, the little girl luggage can only be called the front desk handsome guy to help, I lived for 8 nights breakfast variety every day, the hotel's health, etc. OK, it is a Samsung hotel, of course, can not compare with the domestic Samsung, from the cost-effective point of view, not pursuing luxury is okay. Said in the train station area of Bessi Lyon, but actually there are three subway stations from Lyon train station. There is a supermarket next to the hotel. It is quite convenient to buy what you eat.
Hotels Near Raimo In Paris Review
Stayed 9 nights. Got a room in the 5' floor with balcony. Small but very nice. Superb location, some 20 m. from the Rue Rivoli on a quiet small street. No noise at all. Meters from St. Jaques Tour and the Hotel de Ville (Municipality). Exit from the Hotel de Ville Metro station, exit Rue Coutellierie, has mechanic stairs till the street which is not so common. For elderly people, or with baby trolleys, etc. is perfect. Walking distance from Forum des Halles, Louvre, Pompidou Center, Notre Dame, Latin Quarter, etc. Everyone speaks english. Stephan speaks Spanish as well. Very nice and helpful good looking and cooperative guy. Completely refrubrished. Insulated walls prevent from any noise from other rooms or street which is anyway very quiet. Beautiful, small bathroom. Small but has everything. New furniture. Wooden floor. New and very good quality of towels. Very good heating. Kettle and coffe machine in the room. Now cons: not everything is bright: The room is perfect but very very small. Has very little shelves and room for clothes. Beautiful but extremely small. Need to improve exterior entrance which is brown, dark, and old, leaving a not nice impression. Nice and clean lobby but outside look, needs improvement. Same with the corridors rugs. I will definitely come back and recommend to my friends, those who don't mind to stay in a very small room - but very nice and pleasant.
Good location, nearby Carrefour, franprix and other supermarkets! I live on the 2nd floor facing the street, and it is very quiet at night, but the sound insulation between the room and the room is really average. The room is not large and has a balcony (not every room, so it is best to leave a message to tell the room with a balcony when booking) ), There is also a door in the bathroom sharing a balcony with the room, so the balcony is quite large. The hotel only provides shampoo, shower gel and hair dryer. Slippers, toothbrushes and toothpaste are not provided, so it is recommended to bring your own toiletries. Lines 7 and 10 are only 5 minutes' walk from the surrounding area. Line 4 is about 15 minutes away. The 5th district is a Latin area, surrounded by universities, so it is safe! The hotel has access control locks, staff need to help open the door to enter! Breakfast is an ordinary western-style breakfast, bread, milk, eggs, oatmeal, sausage and cheese. A tax of 1.88 euros per person per night, which must be paid to the front desk when checking out. This Ctrip will also call you when you are in China to inform you that this tax must be paid to the hotel separately! The hotel provides free wlan, but the Internet speed is average, the room has air conditioning and heating. In short, the price is high!
In Christmas 2019 in France, I ordered a Superior King Room (with sofa bed). The size of the room is already relatively large in Paris. The two 24-inch boxes can be spread out and can be used at the same time.
Hotel location: In the 1st district, about 10 minutes from the Louvre if not. The entrance of the hotel is Line 1 and Line 14 subway stations, which is very convenient (although we happened to strike in France when we went there, the subway stopped ... But it is very convenient to live here if you come here to play). There are a variety of restaurants near the hotel downstairs, from McDonald's to Italian French and Japanese. There is also a 10-minute walk from St. Eustache Church. The church will have an organ show around 5pm on Sunday, which is worth a look.
Room facilities: There is a kettle (I originally brought a portable kettle, but the boiled water has white foam. In the end, I can only use the hotel. Fortunately, the hotel's kettle is quite clean. The shampoo and bath are two in one. Washing hands and washing face in one. The smell is very comfortable. It doesn't dry out after washing.
Breakfast: Special! do not! it is good! We stayed in Paris for 5 nights. One of the most anticipated daily is the hotel breakfast. There are various types of bread such as ham, bacon, cheese, and baguettes. The best thing is their croissant and small square chocolate filling. The bag has a particularly crispy outer skin, and the inside is very soft. The fruits are also cut. The oranges, kiwis, pineapples, grapefruits, bananas, and watermelons are also available. You can also squeeze the juice directly (but the grapefruit is a bit bitter and is not recommended ), The coffee machine is also self-service, there are latte, fast coffee, cappuccino, etc., hot dishes are omelet, tomato sauce, bean sauce, boiled potatoes, etc. Others are oatmeal, raspberry juice, grapefruit juice and orange juice ( Of course it's ice). If you want to eat fried eggs, you can tell the waiter that the kitchen is fried and delivered to the location.
Overall the hotel experience is very good.
Booked based on location before reading reviews so was a little nervous about what to expect. Have to say I saw no evidence of the poor maintenance shown in some photos, the public areas of the hotel and our room were in perfect order and very clean. The staff couldn't have been more helpful and the front desk is manned 24x7. We arrived far too early for check-in hoping we could just leave our bags but the room was ready so they let us have it right away. They kept hold of our bags for us until an evening flight on check-out day too. The room was quite small but that's normal for the old buildings in the area. Shower was over the bath but decent pressure. Location is ideal, at the quieter end of one of the less busy streets in the Marais, so only two minutes walk from all the cafes, bars and restaurants but not too noisy. I will happily book again next time I'm working in Paris.
I've stayed at this hotel on several occasions in the past, and after a 10 year gap I returned to Paris for a few days and booked again. I was not disappointed! The location is just excellent...Pompidou is a block away, BHV literally opposite. Le Marais, Notre Dame etc. are a short stroll, and everywhere else a quick metro ride away. I was in town for work but even being tired at the end of the day, getting out to eat and sightsee in the evenings was effortless. The hotel has a contemporary boutique feel - stylish but subtle and nicely updated since my previous visits. The staff are friendly and extremely helpful, and my room was modern and comfortable. I opted for the express breakfast each morning, which offers juice, coffee and a selection of wonderful fresh breads and pastries. A perfect start to my day and again served by a welcoming and friendly member of staff. I can't recommend this place enough, and I will be returning on my next Paris visit!
We stayed here for 4 nights at the end of February. The first two nights were on the 3rd floor facing the street. It was significantly loud with traffic and street noise. On the third night we switched to a 4th floor room that faces the courtyard and alley. MUCH quieter. Both rooms were executive sized (larger than standard.) It was nice to have the extra room, however, there were at least two too-many pieces of furniture in each room that ate up a lot of the space! We could have done without the extra side chair and occasional table. (Or keep those two and get rid of the love seat!) It didn't help that my wife and I each had two large pieces of luggage each. The furniture is a little dated but not unsettling. The beds were very comfortable and the bathroom modern and clean. (although the shower had a very slow drain and the pan backed up with a pool of water, yuck.) One more thing about the first bathroom: The faucets were a design of smooth chrome; so smooth that it was impossible to turn them off with wet hands! Design fail! The executive room we moved to on the 4th floor was a bit bigger, and better laid out. This one had a tub shower and workable faucets! FTW! The roof deck is NOT TO BE MISSED! One of the best views in Paris! All front desk and cleaning staff were gracious and very helpful. I would possibly stay here again if only for the location and roof top view!
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