Hotel Elysees Regencia Paris

Address: 41 ave Marceau, Paris, Île-de-France, 75016, France | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Eiffel Tower/Trocadero/Invalides area of Paris, is near Le Lido, Crazy Horse Saloon, Musee de la Mode et du Costume de la Ville de Paris, and Aviation Club de France.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Elysees Regencia Paris

      Great room. Pity about air-con.

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      Great staff, great location, big room and well appointed. The only problem - This October was unseasonally warm and humid but the Staff refused point blank to turn on the air-conditioning. This rendered the outlet in our room useless except to fan the heat around. The only option was to open the windows, which let in all the traffic noise from the rue Marceau. The choice - swelter or noise. We checked out.

      I would do it again!

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      This hotel and location are perfect. From the minute we walked in, we were made to feel "special". We stayed in the Lavender suite and let me say, it has such character. From the shower, bathtub, bed, bathrobes, this room did not go wrong. The employees, on the day of our arrival were very helpful and pleasant. This hotel is within walking distances to so much. The Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees, Arc de Triumph, which was very important since we wanted to see the Eiffel Tower at night and the next day, see the Tour de France at stage 21, the end. Parking was not a problem, if you drive. I would and have recommended this hotel. Thanks for the wonderful weekend.

      Excellent!

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      4 nights at this excellent hotel. good value for money, very clean and good sized rooms. all the staff were very helpful and it's in a good location with some excellent restaurants within walking distance.

      A Hotel to Recommend

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      My wife and I spent a week at this hotel in September of 2004. This is a very nice hotel. The staff is extremely friendly and very helpful. The rooms are very clean and quite comfortable, but tending to be small. The standard double room, in addition to the bed, includes two bedside tables, a desk, and armoire. Closet space in the armoire was quite acceptable but drawer space was not existent. The space between the side of the bed and door to the bath was not wide enough to fully open the bathroom door. The full tub, shower, sink area and towel warmer were quite acceptable. The water closet was separate from the bath. Breakfast was included in the room rate, otherwise the price was 12 euro. Breakfast was very good and included sausage, bacon, eggs, pastry, fruit, yogurt, cereal, juice, and coffee. The hotel is conveniently located and about 4 blocks from the Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysses, two metro stations (George V and Alma-Marceau), and the Seine. The boats that tour the Seine River are tied up very close to the foot of Avenue Marceau. Relatively speaking, Avenue Marceau is quiet at night, there is only one café within a few doors of this hotel. Just off of the hotel lobby is a small bar that is open in the evening. Opposite the bar is a sitting area. Flying into CDG airport, Air France runs a shuttle to the Arc de Triomphe. Price is 10 euros. It is easy enough to walk from there if you do not have too much luggage or if it is not too warm.

      Great Location!

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      We stayed at Hotel Elysees Regencia for the weekend. The location is excellent, being very close to the Champs and the metro and the street it is on is not too busy. We stayed in one of the suites and it was very spacious and quiet. The service is excellent with chocolates on our pillows when we returned every evening. The hotel is spotlessly clean and the staff are very friendly.

      The location is surrounded by excellent and inexpensive cafes and restaurants.

      However, we did hear a couple of disgruntled guests complaining about the size of the standard rooms. I would say that if you can, go for the superior rooms for extra space.

      If you can't afford the George V then go for this!

      Good hotel for great rate

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      Stayed in May 04, fairly big room (for Paris), clean and comfortable. Location is very good and the staff are genuinely friendly and helpful. Got a good rate directly from the hotel web site.

      The friendliest staff in Paris

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      I used to live in Paris right across the street from this hotel and would walk past it every day for work and always thought the little bar looked very inviting. I just got back from spending a week there while my husband was on business and the staff in the hotel are without a doubt, the friendliest and most helpful I have ever encountered in any hotel. Paris gets a bad rap for the people being rude and unfriendly which I always felt was unfair and inaccurate so if you have never been to Paris and are looking for a great little hotel, with a superb location and awesome staff, then stay here. Now since this is Europe, the rooms are very small and somewhat dated but the bathrooms have been beautifully upgraded. The buffet breakfast that is served in the very tasteful "cave" in the basement is excellent value for money and has a great selection. You are close to everything. The George V metro is just a couple of blocks away. The Arc de Triomphe is right up Avenue Marceau and the Eiffel Tower is just down the street. The Champs Elysees is around the corner. While this hotel is by no means luxurious, it is however elegant and the friendliness of the staff make it a little gem and when you are in a foreign country, the staff in the hotel can make all the difference between an enjoyable vacation and the trip from hell.

      Ideal hotel for first visit to Paris

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      We stayed here for a long weekend in March, and having booked thru Cresta, got an upgrade to a superior room, which was lovely. Bath robes and slippers provided, room on the top floor, new bathroom (although bath on the small size). Mini bar prices very reasonable indeed.

      Breakfast was a good choice, served till 10am.

      Location is great, as close to Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysee, and metro's for further exploring.

      We also got 3 nights for the price of 2, which definitely made it worthwhile, and would recommend it.

      Great Reception Services

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      My wife and I had an easy time in Paris because Delphine, the receptionist, gave excellent advice for travelling on the subway(Metro) and resturants.Excellent staff service in a small hotel in a great location. Easy walking to Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysee etc...

      It was the perfect place for us

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      We arrived early - 8:30 am - much earlier than their posted check in time. They were very gracious and got us into the first two rooms available. The rooms were lovely with sizable bathrooms. The location was excellent for exploring the right bank. Little shops were on a small street next to the hotel. The street was small enough we were comfortable with allowing our 16 year old daughter to explore on her own - including going out for lunch while we all went sight-seeing. The front desk was very kind to us and went out of their way to accomodate us - including arranging a shuttle service to pick us up at the airport. It was perfect for us.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Elysees Regencia Paris

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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