My husband and I stayed at Hotel Regina for 9 nights. The staff was awesome and because we had Expedia VIP and it was our anniversary they upgraded us to a room with a view of the Eiffel Tower! I was ecstatic. We were right across the street from the Louve. Metro was a block in either direction. Felt very safe in this area even at 1 am. Very quiet hotel even with a room on the Main Street. The bed was quite hard, but still had a good nights sleep on it. I would stay at this hotel for sure the next time we go to Paris and would recommend it to anyone.
We had one night stay in the hotel at July 2015, and it was a large - and pleasant - surprise to find such quite and comfortable entity located in one of the busiest places in Paris, in one of its five royal squares. The entrance door of a hotel was like the firewall between the overcrowded and vanity Place Vendome, and quite and sedate interior of the hotel.
Very friendly - and responsive - staff, they are ready to assist you even if it's not their direct responsibility (like the maître d'hôtel who supplied us with telecom capabilities and assisted in negotiating the DHL service about delivery of our documents). Nice work and thanks for that!
Special "Thanks!" to the hotel's restaurant - that provides really delicious meals like John Dory filet (meat like it must be).
Spent five nights here in August. Nice hotel with great staff. Rooms were very nice and clean. AC worked well but made buzzing noises all night. Close to metro stops and easy walk to Louvre. Two conjoined rooms made it great for families. Breakfast was so expensive that we never had it.
"Wonderful location, rooms not as pictured online"
The initial rooms that we were given were very different from what was represented on the website. The rooms were rundown with torn carpeting and a very strong musty odor. We were told that the hotel was at capacity and we could not be moved, although we had booked months in advance. We had to be very persistent and demand a manager before being moved to rooms that were similar to those represented online. The bathrooms are very poorly designed with extremely tiny showers and bathtubs with no shower curtain or glass door so that the water soaked the room daily. The concierge was very pleasant and helpful, but the staff at the front desk were dismissive and rude. The lobby and restaurant were clean and pleasant and breakfast was adequate and consistent. We booked two rooms for 9 nights, it was okay overall, but will probably stay elsewhere next trip.
We were both really happy with this hotel it was as nice as a five star hotel & the staff were very friendly & helpful & really loved having cake & coffee in the afternoon after walking around the city all day! It was in a quiet area but also very close to the metro station & the main train station where we caught the Eurostar train. Really happy with how clean our room was & how regular our towels were changed & beds made & we had chocolates given to us every night in our room! It's all the small touches that add up. We also loved the theatre theme of the hotel!
I stayed for two nights in a family suite, which comprised of two adjoining rooms with a terrace. For 2 adults and 3 children the space was more than adequate. We found the rooms to be well appointment, clean and very comfortable. The location is ideally suited to visiting the Louvre, but it a short cab ride from all of the attractions in Paris. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and would certainly do so again.
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.