BEST WESTERN Le Nouvel Orleans

Address: 25, Avenue Du General Leclerc, Paris, Île-de-France, 75014, France | 3 star hotel
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    Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN Le Nouvel Orleans Paris

    Great Price! Helpful Staff! Good Location


    Across the street from the Metro. We got a triple and stayed for 4 nights. The front desk staff was very helpful and friendly. The room was a good size and the bathroom was big and clean. You could tell that they have recently remodeled this hotel. Highly recommended!

    Would recommend for a first trip to Paris


    A great little hotel in the 'burbs of Paris. But that doesn't mean that it's isolated, or that it's in the middle of nowhere. Located in the middle of a pretty cool avenue, filled with shops and restaurants, I must say that this hotel provided us with a really good ''base" for exploring Paris. Literally, right across the road is a metro station (Mouton Duvernet). This will get you into the city in about fifteen minutes. Amenities aren't too bad, although the bed was pretty uncomfortable and the shower is tiny (however very good pressure and adjustable nozzle). Overall good value mid-range hotel in a good location. If the bed was more comfortable, I would stay here again. Staff were friendly and mostly spoke English.

    Nouvel Orleans - not fancy but clean


    Nouvel Orleans made a good base to stay in Paris, Metro opposite meant it was no problem getting to any of the major attaractions. Hotel not fancy but was very clean. Plenty of Restaurants and Bars nearby which was good as after a day walking and sightseeing, it was nice just to walk a few steps to eat and drink.

    Great place for the price


    My wife and I stayed at the Best Western Le Nouvel Orleans for our first trip to Paris. The staff was polite and helpful, the room was small but clean and the location was good. It's right across from the Mouton Duvernet Metro station (if you want to check it out on a system map) which means that any attraction is a quick ride away. It's also simple to get there from CDG airport because the RER connection is only one station (about a block) away too. The area the hotel is in feels very safe and has grocery stores and a food market close by if you don't want to eat out for every meal. I haven't stayed in another Paris hotel but be prepared for a really small room by North American standards. Picture 2 single beds with about a 2 foot path around them (plus a counter with a small fridge). The bathroom was nice and clean, but very tiny as well. No regrets staying here.

    Nouvel Orleans...Amazing Hotel!!!


    This hotel made our experience in Paris wonderful. We stayed here for four nights in a 3-person room. We had a bathroom with french doors opening out onto the town and a great view. For EUR 110 I thought this was a great deal. Also, the receptionists gave us an amazing restaurant recommendation across the street...a place called "Chez Charles Victor". Food was amazing and very reasonably priced for Paris. I would definitely stay here again.

    A Great Place To Stay!


    I have just returned from Europe and my fiance and I spent two nights in Paris. This was our first time in France, and I must say that this hotel made our stay very comfortable and easy. The actual hotel is located in a interesting and nice part of paris, although not in the center of Paris. As other reviews said, the metro station is literally across the street and the metro made it easy to move around the city.

    There are many good shops and interesting restaurants by the hotel. Our room was on the small side, but on par with most European hotels I think. But more importantly, our room was clean and modern, with a nice large bathroom and a great view. The noise wasnt really a problem, even though our room was directly across the hall from the elevator. The staff was very friendly, and the receptionist was extremely helpful and accomodating. I would definately stay at this quaint comfortable hotel again and I recommend it to other visitors.

    Great Place to Stay


    My husband and I travelled to Paris for 4 days - 3/4-3/8. We absolutely loved our hotel! Although small quarters the room was kept very, very clean the entire time we were there. Also - very convenient to the Metro system. We were able to metro in and out of the city without problems. There's a cafe down the street - Cafe Orleans that we absolutely loved for late night drinks. A bottle of wine is 13E and the staff was very nice. This is a fantastic and SAFE location to stay - for the price, I would highly recommend staying.

    Great place to stay!


    Stayed at the Best Western Le Nouvel Orleans for 4 nights in November 2003. Found a great on the Best Western website. This hotel is a little far away from the tourist attractions, but it's really just a quick metro ride away. As another reviewer wrote, there is a metro station directly across the street. And there is another metro station and RER station just 3 blocks away.

    The hotel staff was always courteous and helpful. The room was clean and comfortable. To my delight, the bathroom was sparkling clean. The small fridge was a nice benefit as well.

    The area near the hotel was quiet at night, though it seemed quite busy during the day. There were many nearby shops and restaurants, as well as a supermarket that was about 1-2 blocks from the hotel.

    If you don't mind being out of the city center, this is a great place to stay. The price was right and it was just a short metro ride from everywhere! I would highly recommend staying at this hotel on your visit to Paris.

    Great location, Great deal for the money!


    The Hotel Le Nouvel Orleans is a great deal! The hotel is located right across the street from the Mouton-Devernet metro stop and couldn't be more convenient! I found our package on and for less than $500 we got airfare and hotel for a week!

    The rooms are small, especially the showers but they are modern, clean and comfortable. The staff was nice and helpful but watch out if you ask them to book your airport shuttle they charge you 6 euros/person just for making the call! So call the shuttle yourself!

    You can get a typical hotel breakfast for 10 euros but why bother? if you walk two blocks towards Denfert the train station you will come upon a little alley with great bistros, patisseries, green markets and butcher shops. You can get a pain chocolate and a chocolate chaud for about 5 euros and it's much better.

    Since I live in the Northeast and it's winter here now too it didn't bother me to visit Paris in the winter. Believe me it was milder in Paris than New york! It was supposed to rain all week but it didn't. A little overcast, some drizzles but about 45-50 degrees.

    January is the Soldes! (sales) So it's a great time to take a shopping trip with your girlfriends! If you go don't miss the salsa dance party at Barrio Latino on Sunday night! IT's so much fun!!!

    Great Tourist Class Hotel


    Stayed here in November 2002. Excellent location, just 2 mins walk to nearest metro station which is about 3/4 stops from centre of Paris.

    Plenty of shops & restaurants near the hotel. Breakfast is basic but adequate - no complaints. Staff are friendly. Rooms and en suite shower rooms are very nicely decorated. Room had t.v. and safety deposit box.

    No noise could be heard from the street. Independant heating control for the room. Hotel prices very reasonable. If I go back to paris I will stay here again.

    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Le Nouvel Orleans Paris

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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