Hotel 7 Eiffel

17 Bis Rue Amelie, Paris, Île-de-France, 75007, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Palais-Bourbon area of Paris, is near Rue Cler, Ecole Militaire, Rue St-Dominique, and Michael Chaudun.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel 7 Eiffel Paris

    Reviewed by mishjholiday

    Cumfiest bed of the trip!

    Reviewed Aug 19, 2013
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    The hotel was funky, the decor was cool. It was a little snooty and some of the staff, one woman in particular were rude.

    The toilet in the room was so small we could barely close the door and we are not big ppl! It was like an aero plane toilet. A larger person would have to do their business with the door open. Shower and bathroom was great and the bed was sooo cumfy.

    The drinks were highly over priced and the 'rooftop terrace' had no view of anything (let alone the Eiffel Tower). The breakfast was not offered to us as included in the price, we were told it was 19 euro each (per day) so we passed. When we checked out we were told that the breakfast was included in our charges. At least they deducted this from our room.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel 7 Eiffel Paris

    Nice Quiet Hotel, Great Location

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    Nice air-conditioned room, large by French standards, spotless large bathroom with an actual shelf to put things on. Very quiet and in a great location close to the rue Cler. The front desk staff was most helpful, and I enjoyed the free wireless internet access in the lobby.

    Nice hotel

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    Nice hotel on a quiet street. Clean rooms, large (by French standards) elevator. We had the family room (connecting rooms - we took our 19 mo. old), and our bathroom was huge (again by French standards - but plenty of room for 2 adults and one baby to get ready in there at the same time). We thought the hotel was secure, and the concierge was helpful with getting us dinner reservations. Great view of thr Eiffel Tower around the corner, and the area was safe at night. We will stay here again.

    Sweet little hotel

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    We really enjoyed our stay at the Eiffel Park. It has veerything that I usually look for in a hotel; central location, helpful staff, nice decor and above all a reasonable price. I see that one person has written that the room had no drawers. Some people get upset about the strangest things! We never spend much time in the room anyway, but it was clean and secure, which is all we needed really. We also appreciated being able to use the wireless ADSL in the lobby with our laptop. Even when you're away, it's difficult not to check your e-mail from time to time! The hotel was simple to get to, and as I said the staff were great. That can make such a difference. Another person has said that the hotel is often full; I would advise checking the Hotels Paris Rive Gauche site well in advance for availability and special offers. I was extremely pleased with our stay, and it helped make our holiday in Paris more enjoyable with less stress. Exactly what we needed!

    Great location, comfortable beds

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    We just came back from our second stay at this Best Western in two years. We had stayed at a more expensive hotel before, but it could not compare to this hotel. This is the first hotel in Paris where I could actually get a good nights sleep. The beds are small, but comfortable.

    And the location is just great! It is close to many great restaurants (try the Petit Nicois across the street) and small stores. I felt very safe walking around at night. I can only recommend this hotel. Last summer we spent 90 Euro on the room, in April it was 110 on the weekend and 100 on the weekdays.

    I recommend!

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    We just returned from a week in Paris. I recommend this hotel for its price, comfortablity and location! The rooms are small but were clean and the bathrooms were also very clean.. We went to the market (about a 5 minute walk away) every morning to buy fresh baguettes, pate and ham to bring back to the hotel to make breakfast with.. The staff was nice and helpful and provided electric converters for us. And its also about a 5 minute walk to the metro(subway), so it was very convenient! I felt more safe walking home in the night than here in houston.. The four of us also had dinner at the resturant Chez Pierrot on the same street as the hotel and the food was tres delicious! We would return here again!

    Most useful information

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    The best thing about this hotel is it's location - there are 2 other hotels sharing rue Amelie, lots of small shops even a school so it feels really safe walking around the area. It's just a 2 minute walk to the metro station at "la tour maubourg". As for the hotel itself, it's advisable to book early via internet. u get a better rate this way, we had paid EUR115 per night. The room is small, but we hardly use it except for sleeping ! Would be good if there are hooks for hanging of coats. All basic amenities are provided for - towels; shampoo; soap; hair dryer etc. No ghosts in room 207 for sure ! We had arranged for a shuttle service to the airport 2 days prior to the date of our departure on 3 Apr 2004. One of the staff at the reception took down our flight details etc but disappointingly did not follow up on it.

    Luckily just 1 day before, we had seek confirmation from another staff who immediately arranged the shuttle service for us. We had to pay EUR14 for reservation fees at the hotel reception + EUR20 to the driver.

    Wonderful return visit to the Eiffel Park Hotel

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    My husband and I have visited Paris eight times in the last five years.

    We were delighted to find this hotel in December 2003. We recently returned to the hotel again a few weeks ago. In my experience, accomodation in Paris in quite expensive compared to a lot of other capital cities but I feel that the Eiffel Park Hotel offers good value money by Parisian standards.

    The (standard) rooms, while small are very clean and comfortable, The staff are very friendly and extremely helpful. The hotel is very close to the metro, making it very accessible for visiting the main sites. We will be returning again.....

    Not impressed

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    my wife and I stayed here for four nights March 2004. Paid 135 euro per night for SUPERIOR room. God help anyone in the lesser rooms. It was small and the bed was lumpy and way to low, no chairs in the room - just two low stools covered with home made gold material cushions.

    There were no drawers at all in the room. I mean that - no drawers. A tiny wardrobe. If the weather was not so inclement - it snowed - we would have upped and walked. Total crap in my opinion, avoid. Lots of much better hotels nearby and for less money. Alan on reception was the only positive - a very nice and helpful guy. Worst Western not BestWestern. avoid, avoid avoid.

    Wonderful Hotel

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    We spent a week at Eiffel Park Hotel affiliated to Best Western Chain.

    We had a wonderful stay there ! the rooms are clean and very nice. The lounge is very cosy with Art Deco ambiance. A free wifi internet access is the plus. We want to come back in spring to be able to have a breakfast on the sunny terrass.

    And thank you for the friendly staff !

    Willy Gerrard

    Charming, very good location

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    My girlfriend and I stayed at the Eiffel park hotel in August of 2002, for 3 days. It is a small but quaint hotel with some Parisian charm, despite being a Best Western.The staff was very helpful and friendly, able to speak English. The hotel is only a block walk from the very French Rue market street, which was nice as we ate and purchased food there in the outdoor market.The Eiffel tower was within walking distance as was everything else. Close to Seine river. We walked up to Notre Dame, everywhere from the hotel.We had a charming little room up on the top floor, near the end of the hall. Slept like a baby, nice and quiet rooms. Room was very tiny but had a nice bath and bed. There is a rooftop area were you can sit outside, overlooking the Parisian rooftops.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel 7 Eiffel Paris

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