Campanile Paris XV - Tour Eiffel

Address: 30, Rue Saint Charles, Paris, Île-de-France, 75015, France | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Eiffel Tower/Trocadero/Invalides area of Paris, is near Fat Tire Bike Tours Paris, Les Cars Rouges, City Segway Tours - Paris, and Classic Walks of Paris.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Campanile Paris XV - Tour Eiffel

    Recomendable

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    Pequeño hotel situado muy cerca de la torre Eiffel y bien comunicado de metro.

    La habitación doble tiene las dimensiones suficientes para una estancia, está limpio y es confortable. El trato es bueno

    La ubicación es excelente, en una zona segura de Paris, lo que permite volver de noche al hotel andando.

    En mi opinión merece la pena.

    Buen hotel

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    Nosotros estuvimos en este hotel en el mes de julio de 2005, nos alojamos en el durante 5 noches y quedamos satisfechos tanto con el hotel como con el trato recibido.

    Se trata de un hotel pequeño y familiar, los empleados son muy amables, a nosotros nos ayudaron en todo lo que les pedimos porque nuestro francés es nulo. Las habitaciones son pequeñas pero tienen lo necesario para estar agusto, sin agobios. Y la ubicación es bastante buena, tienes metro y tren a unos 3 ó 4 minutos andando.

    Excellent staff, great location, nice budget hotel.

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    I stayed 5 nights at this nice hotel, I must say the staff was great since I made the reservation from my home town by email, they treated me excellent. The hotel is very well located in the turistic area of Paris and the rooms are very small but they work ok.

    I had to stay in another hotel because of the vacation package I bought and I stayed in a hotel near La Bastille, it was bigger, and nicer in some ways but the staff and the service made it a terrible stay.

    If you really want to enjoy Paris in a economic way stay at Campanile tour Eiffel. Recomended 100%

    Good Value in Paris

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    I reserved three nights for mid August 2005. The accomodations for a family of six were two twin rooms and one double room all with showers Obtained great nightly rate of 44.50 euro ($55) per room from Campanile company website. The discounted room rate did not include breakfast which was available at extra cost. I think I saw the normal rate was about 80 euro which would probably still be a good price for Paris.

    The Rooms were on the third floor with access by stairs or small elevator. All rooms clean but simple and small compared to rooms in United States. We did not have a view of Eiffel from window but there was a view of Eiffel from street. The double room had a bed, desk, closet, TV, fan, but AC was turned off due to weather. The Shower in our room very small, in other rooms the showers were bathtub sized.

    Quiet and safe residential neighborhood 2 blocks from subway and about 10 blocks to Eiffel. There is a very small market within a block and some restaurants in area for late night snack. This neighborhood is a little off beaten track, Eiffel tower is on edge of Paris sights. Not much happening in neighborhood but seemed like all sights were 15 minutes away by subway.

    The morning staff were professional and helpful, night staff not very knowledgeable about paris sights. Overall the hotel was clean and a great value with easy access to all Paris via subway.

    Wonderful Hotel - Great Staff

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    Just got back from spending a week in Paris - stayed at the Campanile Tour Eiffel - stayed based on reviews from this site. I was not disappointed. Excellent little hotel. The entire staff was terriffic. I would stay there again in a heartbeat. Great neighborhood & REALLY close to Metro & Eiffel Tower. The rooms may be small (of course, its Europe) but they're clean and reasonably priced. Can't say enough good things about the staff - so considerate to an american woman who knew about 5 french phrases, and very helpful.

    Nice little hotel

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    Me and my girlfreind have only just come back from paris, we arrived in paris on 12/02/05, and arrived back in england on the 15/02/05. The hotel was excellent the staff were more than helpful, very friendly and polite. The breakfast was 6.80 euros each but well worth it. you could have unlimited amount of hot or cold drinks, and one serving of food, but you could pile your food onto your plate with no restrictions. the rooms were small as most in paris, but cleaned every day spotless. bathrooms small but enough for us.

    The location is excellent around 200m away from the metro if that, eiffel tower as it says roughly 600m, plenty of decent resturants around the area to. We are both studants, and as i payed for it i couldnt afford loads, but for the money i paid i wasnt expecting as good as we got!!

    Great Hotel, will come back again.

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    I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights and I have to say for the price I was very pleased with it. The hotel is located about 3 minute walk from the metro station and 10 minutes from the Eiffel Tower. Very quiet location and you have several local stores located around to buy any supplies required for your sight seeing. Some of the positive things about it: The room was not big but also not really small it was perfect, nicely cleaned and everyday they would put fresh coffee items and small cookies to start your morning. The room also has internet access, which I did not try so you might want to confirm that but the socket was there. Some of the negative items: The bathroom was very tight especially for a tall person but still nicely clean, the local programming including is all in French no other language channels. Overall the stay was great, perfect for sleeping and spending the rest of the day touring Paris. (this review is for march 2004, i just finally wrote it).

    Would do back again

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    Friendly hotel with small but comfortable rooms, with an impeccable bathroom. 15 minutes from the Eifell tower. Paid only 65 Euros for a double on a weekend in low season in 2003. Tried to book again but no rooms available.

    Must be the best budget hotel in paris

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    I was in paris two weeks ago with my girlfriend, at first i was a bit upset because i wanted to go to a classy hotel but because im a student I could only afford a few budget hotels. I picked the campanile tour eiffel and it was great exactly what we needed, it was small but what do you expect for that kind of money?! The staff where very polite and friendly the whole hotel was clean and pleasant, and the location of the hotel is perfect for sight seeing. The Eifell tower is 15 minutes walking distance and there are 2 metro stations within a 5 minute radius. If you cant afford any luxory hotels I reccomend this hotel. Especialy students! Bon Voyage!

    Great Budget Hotel

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    Clean Rooms, Get Location just minutes from the Eiffel Tower and even closer to a Metro station. Tons of good Pastry shops nearby. The rooms are small, but so was the bill!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Campanile Paris XV - Tour Eiffel

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