Hotel Residence Foch
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- Went back to Musee D'Orsay and this time it was open! Yay! Spent a few hours wandering around this time since we weren't rushed like last time. - Jeff got a audio-thingy (that's the technical term) and tried to educate himself a little on the artworks. He was very interested knowing a little more about what the artists were trying to achieve, a …
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This hotel truly lives up to it's image, and nothing is pretentious. The website information is accurate and so too are the photos. Breakfast is charmingly french with a very good variety. The staff are truly customer service oriented insofar as they are all friendly and polite and can anticipate your every request before you even utter it.
Inviting Paris hotel
It was my first trip to Europe and I couldn't have felt more comfortable at this hotel. I traveled to Paris for business and was very nervous as I spoke very little (none really) french and was unsure of what my experience would be. The staff greeted me with a smile and a very energetic "Bon jour!" (at 8am mind you) and I immediately felt at ease. The Arc de Triomphe and Champs Elysees are very close and will lead you to many great sites. Hotel is located in a very quiet, residential neighborhood. The rooms are very accomodating and clean and are equipped with wireless internet. And again, every member of the staff was incredibly kind and helpful during every encounter.
Friendly, beautifully decorated and brilliantly eqipped rooms. Our room had a small stone balcony with views of the Eiffel Tower! My Dad booked this hotel for a family holiday but when I go back to Paris with my boyfriend I will definitely be staying here again. It's in a gorgeous, very exclusive residential area and about 3 minutes work from the metro. Possibly the nicest hotel I've ever stayed in.
I stayed at hotel Resicence Foch in June 2004. The moment I walked into the lobby I was greeted like a family member. What is impressive is that the staff is very friendly, and honest. This was no hypocritical wellcome. I stayed at the hotel 8 nights and only have praise for the staff. Quiet, clean and comfortable. Jose G. Aguilar
Charming staff, comfortable room, quiet area. The hotel is perfect if you are in Paris to sight-see and want the room to recover. Try breakfast to re-energize.
I feel duty bound to tell you all what an exceptionally pleasent hotel this was. Staff were all very friendly, nice area, quiet and gentle and the rooms are done to a hugh standard. It has to be said one of the influences on my granting this hotel the full five is because I got such a great deal, however regardless of cost I give this hotel much regard and recommend it to absolutely everyone.
This won't disappoint
A lovely hotel, in an up-market and quiet part of Paris. 20 mins to walk and Metro to most of central Paris. Recently decorated (just had a water leak when we were there, so entrance hall was being repainted).
Our room was air-conditioned (a real bonus), very clean, good bathroom, and comfortable. Staff friendly, and breakfast good. Very good value for money, and the only fault we found was that we needed to buy our own small pot of coffee for the room. Would certainly recommend this to friends.
Great French Hotel
The Hotel Foch is a wonderful "real" French hotel. The atmosphere is terrific and it is a fairly quiet area of town. The staff are ultra-friendly and the rooms are very comfortable and clean. We felt like we were staying in someone's home while there and enjoyed listening to the locals stroll along the tree lined street below our room.