The position of this hotel was perfect for access to all major landmarks and the area around it was great for food in the evenings after a hard day's sight seeing. Cafe de Relais two doors down did fabulous breakfasts to set you up for the day with brilliant staff. Cheaper than hotel breakfast.
Close to all major attractions and Metro stop. We were 4 women traveling together and felt safe at all times. We really wished we had a mini fridge in either of the two rooms that worked. The last day there wasn't any hot water which was very disappointing.
"Small and basic hotel in great, convenient locatio"
To be fair, we were only at Hôtel Ducs D'Anjou for one night, but it was perfect. It is located steps from the Chatelet Les Halles metro stop, which got us from the Paris Orly airport on the B line with ease on Friday, and on the same metro line to CDG Airport with ease on Sunday. There are a countless number of bars, restaurants and shops with a lot of character in Le Marais which begin just downstairs and you can wonder from there, or walk/metro to all of the sights Paris has o offer. The room and bathroom were small, but perfect for our needs. Very clean. Helpful staff. Would stay again and recommend to others!
Traveller from San Francisco, CA USA
The Hotel Des Ducs d'Anjou lies in the very heart of Paris , close to all of the city's most renowned places of interest …More
I arrived to a big cocktail party at this boutique hotel which, by the way, is NOT IN THE MARAIS, but near it. They were, apparently, celebrating the "opening" of this hotel, which I thought had been running for a while. For those who like ultra-modern interior design highlighting ancient parts of the building's structure, this hotel gets A+. As a frequent traveler, though, it presented 2 problems that are all too common and all too annoying: (1) A weak WiFi signal, about which the hotel could do very little. Signal is fine if you want to use your laptop or smartphone while sitting on the toilet. (2) The infrastructure sacrifices structure for the sake of form. Why should it take 10 minutes to figure out how to turn on the shower or get the water hot?
Traveller from Boston
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Reception staff very helpful.
We had asked for a quiet room. When I reminded the desk of this, they changed our room to a new one, which was not particularly high standard, as it gave onto a small internal courtyard. Perhaps, then, not the hotel's fault as our original one may have been much better. However, when we complained of loud opera singing issuing from another room around this courtyard in the late evening, the staff appeared unable to prevent this.
We found the chef much less helpful. In the evening, we asked for a potage and an omelette. Although the potage was on the room menu, he declined to produce it and the omelette was similarly rejected. Not very obliging. We went out for dinner.
The design of the breakfast room leaves much to be designed. When full, food area becomes very crowded.
This hotel is conveniently located, hotel staff is attentive. However, this property is far from 5 star hotel. It is older, small, there is not in room coffee or tea, and toiletries are of mediocre quality. I do recommend this hotel for someone looking for a 3.5 star.
This place is simply amazing. They have everything that you could ever need and more. The service is outstanding, food is amazing, fantastic location, and service remarkable!! You can't go wrong here. They made us feel like royalty.
Galen from Boston
The Hotel Meurice is ideally located at the heart of the city's historic sites and luxury shopping areas. The Tuileries …More
By the Tuileries gardens on the Seine’s Right Bank, the Louvre museum dominates Paris’s cultural heart. Exclusive boutiques line Rue St-Honoré and Rue de Rivoli, and a shiny modern shopping mall occupies the old market of Les Halles. The 2nd is the finance and theatre district, containing the Bourse (stock exchange) and the Comédie Française national theatre. Châtelet–Les Halles station is the city’s biggest and busiest transport interchange.