"Beautiful boutique hotel in the perfect location"
I picked Melia Colbert because of the photographs on Expedia and the package deal that was on offer. The photos didn't disappoint when I arrived at the hotel. I had looked up the location on Google Maps before going, but don't think I realised just how close it was to one of Paris' most spectacular destinations - Notre Dame. It's ideally located with restaurants surrounding it and tour buses right around the corner. Walking out the front gate and being met with Notre Dame only moments away was incredibly special. The staff were fabulous, organising my transfers, welcoming me and taking the time to show me all the places in Paris to visit during my short stay. They also changed my room at a moments notice when the air-conditioning has a blip, without fuss or delay. I was made to feel very special and I would without question recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Paris. I will be back.
Hotel is within 5 min walking distance to train station, 2 min to university, directly next to the Pantheon. Lots of eating places around with reasonable prices. Hotel decor is really nice, full of character, room good size for Paris type of room, lobby cozy, lift is extremely tiny but it's ok because one doesn't live in the lift. Hotel staff pleasant but lack customer service. Never greets us good morning or ask how's our day when we return to get room key, just no conversation at all. Staff lacks knowledge of how to get around. We asked where to get Open Bus,
they don't know.
Located in front of the Pantheon in the heart of Paris , Grands Hommes Hotel Boasts an ideal position for exploring the …More
The hotel exceeded our expectations. Our room was meticulously clean and very comfortable with modern bathroom and separate WC. The staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. The building is a delightful mix of old-world charm and atmosphere with modern comfort and convenience. Hotel is in a busy location (Blvd Saint Marcel) but our room was quiet.
Pocket Guide: Paris Latin Quarter - Pantheon Hotels
Historically the academic and liberal centre of Paris, the Latin Quarter is known for its cobblestone pedestrian streets and La Sorbonne University. Neighbourhoods include the cinemas and bookshops of Place St-Michel, the chic shops and cafés of St-Germain-des-Près, the market street of rue Mouffetard, and the gardens of Luxembourg and Jardin des Plantes.