We have been to Paris several times before and this time I decided to book a different hotel. After reading the very good reviews the hotel had we decided to book a room.
We were very impressed from the moment we checked in. They upgraded our room to a bigger unit on the top floor.
The concierge was excellent and made great recommendations for restaurants. The bar was great for a late drink. The bar tender is great!
We would defínetely go back and recomend it highly. Wonderful location to go waking to Paris' highlights.
Carol from Guatemala
The 56 spacious bedrooms are decorated in a sumptuous contemporary NeoAsian style with glittering gold silk black and red …More
This was a long weekend on a business trip. Was a great break from 3 weeks of heavy work. Hotel is very well located, in a very good neighborhood in Paris at a reasonable price. Cafés next door and withing 1 to 3 blocks. Confortable.
I have stayed at many 5 star Generic hotels like marriott & Hyatt. Whats missing in them is the uniqueness of the region. Hotel Francois offers all that and more. The rooms are small but the hotel is very french. Its clean, the staff is very attentive. We Stayed here for 4 nights. The location is perfect its 1 min walk from Champs Elysees & George V. Room Size was the only problem..
This hotel is excellent value for money being so close to the Champs Elysee and within easy distance of several metros. The staff were excellent, the breakfast was good, the room was a good size as was the bathroom and separate toilet. One downside was that our rom was directly opposite a noisy night club but it was Saturday night and on Sunday the club was closed so we had a quiet night then. Earplugs are the answer If I need to stay near the Champs Elysee again I should certainly return to this hotel.
This is the second time we've been to this hotel. The rooms are great, housekeeping is top notch, but the front desk is in another league. Luckily we only have to deal with them twice, once during check-in and once during check out. I felt incompetence is a little strong to describe them, but it's fairly close. The food from room service is only so-so if you decide to embark on that route. We will be back again if we visit Paris. I hope they would have fixed the front desk issues by then.
Between Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe, this famous tree-lined thoroughfare strikes through the heart of western Paris. Luxury shops, monumental 19th century buildings, upscale apartments, restaurants and multinational corporations line the streets around La Madeleine. Landmarks include the Grand and Petit Palais, Palais de la Découverte (science museum), and the presidential palace. Gare St-Lazare stands on its eastern edges.