Hotel Louvre Sainte Anne
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All the essential features plus reliable Wi-Fi - a must for bloggers. Double-glazed windows ensured a quiet room, although a little stuffy.
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We loved the Hotel Louvre Sainte Anne. We had a charming room with a small balcony. The staff were so very helpful, even providing us with a number to call them anywhere on our trip if we needed help.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Louvre Sainte Anne Paris
Warm friendliness from the front desk
we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the St Anne.Our room was very nice with a balcony ,and the bathroom was very spacious.
The staff couldn't be nicer and we did practice our little French and they spoke English very well.
Moun who went over and above helped us,and was very willing to do anything we asked of her,as she wanted us to really enjoy our stay.
She recommended a little French restaurent two doors down that we went to,and had a wonderful time.
All in all we enjoyed our stay ,and look forward to returning.
Fabulous small hotel in central Paris, lovely rooms & great staff!
My husband & I just stayed at the Hotel Louvre Ste Anne from 9 March - 12 March 2006. We had a lovely room on the fourth floor of the hotel. All of the rooms are petite, but very well laid out. The rooms are also soundproof which is a big PLUS for a light sleeper like myself. The most important factor for us was the cost & we got our double room for 100 Euros a night. The front desk staff were incredibly warm & friendly, they helped us make several restaurant reservations. We only had breakfast at the hotel one day, but it was very tasty. Our eggs were freshly made for us, the potatoes were perfect & the bread (as expected in France!) was fresh & delicious.
The proximity to the Metro is fab, about a 3 block walk to the Pyramides station.
Also another great thing about this hotel is it's proximity to loads of really reasonable Japanese noodle bars. Evidently the noodle bars are where a lot of Parisians during the work week grab their lunches (since it has to be fairly economical).
I can't say enough great things about this hotel. We had a great time there & will definitely stay there again!
Wonderful little hotel for a Paris holiday
The hotel is located about five blocks from the Louvre, in a neighborhood of oriental restaurants. It is a bit of a hike from the Palais Royal metro stop across some busy traffic areas. Although well marked, the hotel is on a side street among many, so it is good to take a map so that you find the right branch off of the Avenue de l'Opera.
We arrived about ten am, and the staff was very good about giving us a place for our bags and moving things up to our room while we were sightseeing. Other reviewers suggested an upper floor room, and we asked for the fourth floor: it is worth it to get above the street and traffic noise and into a bit more breeze. There is an elevator.
The rooms are small but fully featured, and the double bed is a real double and not two singles pushed together. The bathroom is well sized, with a nice tub. The shower head is mounted at knee height and there is no door at the tub, so it's a bit tricky to wash without getting water into the bathroom.
The cost of the room is very reasonable, considering the hotel's location on a side street midway between the Louvre and the Opera, about a half-dozen blocks from each. While there are a number of good restaurants in walking distance, they are popular and you can't simply walk into them: the front desk staff was very helpful in making reservations for us and we were delighted with their recommendations (she got us into the crowded, contemporary, and delicious Ardoise about ten blocks away).
The breakfast is included and is served from 7:30 to 10:30 in a crypt in the basement. The fare is an assortment of breads, meats, cheeses, and cereals, and the staff is quick to offer an egg and an espresso to start the day.
One special thank you: we had to catch a train to Tours to get a Ryanair flight back to Stansted, and the front desk was extremely helpful in looking at the internet, calling the rail service, and booking a ticket for us. More than that, she directed us to the right bus, close to the hotel (and I seldom trust bus routes in a strange city for any reason), which showed up as predicted at 8 am Sunday morning and dropped us at Montparnasse exactly as promised, where our train ticket was waiting, as arranged. Truly, truly awesome, and very much appreciated !!
You can trust these folks when they tell you somthing about Paris !
The hotel made Paris even better
I was recommeded to use this hotel by friends who had stayed there in the past. Travelling on my own with no french the staff were so helpful. The rooms whilst small were so quiet even though you were in the heart of Paris. Around the hotel was a great range of cafes and restuarants and it was a short walk to many of the attractions of Paris. I can recommend Willies Wine Bar near the Hotel Royale.
Love Paris and would stay at Hotel Louvre Sainte Anne again.
Wonderfully Romantic Parisian Hotel
My wife and I were blessed to spend Valentine's Day '05 at Hotel Louvre Sainte Ann in Paris (we actually got engaged there on Valentine's Day). I cannot imagine a more romantic hotel! Our room was amply large and quite luxuriously appointed. A bountiful and delicious breakfast was served every morning. The hotel is centrally located between the Louvre and the Opera House. One can easily walk to most of the famous sites in Paris. Wonderful dining is only steps away. The most outstanding feature of this hotel has to be the staff. We were treated like long lost friends. Every request was promptly and perfectly accomodated. This was my first trip to Paris and it was made so much nicer and easier thanks to Hotel Louvre Sainte Ann! We can hardly wait to return to Paris and will definitely stay here again. I love Paris and Parisians (thanks in no small part to Hotel Louvre Sainte Ann).
Great Hotel !
THis is a very good hotel, a very good location and nice and charming, the staff are very pleasant especially moun, who is very helpfull, you have to stay in this hotel !!!!
We had a wonderful stay at this hotel. The staff were very helpful and friendy, they recommended local restaurants and even let us use their cork screw. The position of the hotel could not have been better, being so close to the Louvre, the Opera Garnier and metro stations, yet in a quiet sidestreet. Our room was very clean and comfortable and we were delighted to discover that we could see the Sacre Coeur from our window!
We will definitely return to this charming yet economical hotel.
We were very satisfied with our stay at the Hotel Louvre Saint Anne.
Pleasant room and very friendly and helpful staff, they even contacted us immediately upon our return home regarding an error in billing they were correcting. The room was quiet and the bed was comfortable. We appreciated the English CNN channel and the breakfast was the best we've had in 6 trips to Paris. Location was good for taking the Roissy bus to the airport, a little more distanced from the Louvre but still quite walkable. Would definately recommend.
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