Hotel Saint-Louis en l'Isle

Address: 75 rue Saint-Louis en l'Ile, Paris, Île-de-France, 75004, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Hôtel-de-Ville area of Paris, is near River Seine, Deportation Memorial, Pylones, and Ancien Cloitre Quartier.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Saint-Louis en l'Isle Paris

    Reviewed by sgillmbay

    7 Nights in Paris

    Reviewed Sep 9, 2013
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States


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    Reviewed by djh1959

    Fabulous Location and Comfortable Hotel

    Reviewed Oct 2, 2012
    by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    We stayed at Hotel Saint-Louis en L'Ile for five nights at the start of October. We booked the largest double room on the top floor of the hotel - so glad we did as it was still quite small, but normal for Paris. We looked at a standard double as my parents want to stay here next year, really tiny and absolutely no room for luggage!

    As is common in Paris the lift stops between floors, so you need to get your luggage up or down to your room. Up in our case as we were on the top floor. The room was quite nicely decorated with two French balconies, one in the bedroom and one in the bathroom. This was really pleasant when we were having late afternoon wine in our room, sitting with the windows open and watching the life on the Rue de L'Ile below us.

    There were a few problems in the room, the airconditioner didn't work, even though it wasn't hot it was very stuffy and we wanted the fan to move air around. The front desk repaired it, it turned out that it had been turned off as the previous guests found it too noisy at night. The noise though appeared to be from a general airconditioner motor on the room, as it was noisy whether our unit was on or off. Not great for light sleepers. There was minimal storage space in the room, a very narrow wardrobe that only allowed us to hang three or four items each, and a very shallow drawer in each bedside table. We found it easier to leave our luggage in our cases but as we are staying for five nights it would have been nice to unpack. There were no ironing facilities but you could go to down to the basement and use the iron there.

    The best point was the location which is sensational. We loved staying on the Ile Saint Louis. Apart from a dinner at Le Jules Verne we ate each evening on the island, or Ile de la Cite as there is a very large choice of restaurants. There was also a wine store, fromagerie a couple of boulangeries and a two pharmacies so we had everything we needed. It is only a five minute walk to Pont Marie metro station and a couple more to St Michel metro and RER. I believe two buses also service the island, but we simply walked everywhere. It is so quick and easy to get to the Marais or the Left Bank. This was our third trip to Paris and the best location that we have stayed in by far.

    The other great point was the complimentary wifi. Other Paris hotels we have stayed in have had this but it has never worked very well. The wifi at St Louis en L'Ile was fantastic. It just worked, on our laptop, our tablet and our iphones, it worked perfectly and we never needed to remember passwords.

    The staff were lovely and very helpful with booking restaurants and any other advice. We used the hotel shuttle from the airport and to Gare du Nord and could not fault that either. Probably slightly dearer than a taxi but much more convenient. We paid €65 for the airport transfer and €30 to the station.

    We did not eat breakfast as the breakfast room was in the basement and we prefer to be able to people watch and see the surrounds. There are three or four breakfast places within a five minute walk, but our favourite by far was Cafe St Regis, which I have reviewed separately.

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