Les Trois Poussins Hotel
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After breakfast with Clauchet (the cat, pronounced claw-shet), we organised an afternoon trip to the Palace of Versailles.
First though, we needed to dry the clothes Maree had hand-washed the night before. Contrary to the brochures, the hotel does not have a guest laundry, but …
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We are installed in Paris.
The day started just as it should - breakfast is included here, so we found our way to floor -1 (below ground) and helped ourselves to croissants, danishes, museli, yoghurt and fruit. There was toast and a range of cheeses too. Wonderful.
The day went slightly down hill from there.
We found our …
Today was moving-on day, after a night to ourselves in Oakham. I had inadvertently confused days and dates in an email to our hosts, J&J. They had in turn relied on that to agree to babysit their grandchildren in London, so in the end they suggested they go to London and we stay on in the house. That worked fine and we were very well looked …
... see these ancient ruins?). The inscriptions at the foots of the bulls say things like "I, Sargon, King of the Universe, built palaces for my royal residences" and "My creation amazed all who gazed upon it." He was not lacking of confidence, and we noticed a few parallels between him and Peter the Great, from our Saint Petersburg adventures, and Louis XIV when we visited Versailles the next day. All great men who moved their capitals away from the previous capitals to shake things ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Les Trois Poussins Hotel Paris
Superb location, great service!!
This is a superb little hotel, in a convienient location very close to the Saint Georges Metro station.
The service is magnificent - the staff are very helpful and polite as well as being multilingual and you get a very personal touch with this hotel.
There are a huge range of restaurants and bars in the very near vicinity, offering any number of styles and prices that should please most people.
The rooms are a good size, ours even included a flat screen TV! It had a clean and bright bathroom and air conditioning. Our room also had a neat terrace overlooking the street.
The cellar dining room is also excellent - the decor throughout the hotel is very well chosen.
All round, it was excellent and I would not hesitate to stay again.
I have to say that the staff was very friendly and very accomodating to us. My husband and I just returned from our vactaion in Paris. Considering neither of us spoke french we depended alot on them to help us get around/locate things. The gentleman even helped us make reservations for the river cruise for our anniversary. On service I would give them above average- everything was great. On the room aspect...i'd give them neutral/average to okay. First, the rooms were very small and as well as the hallways. But in their defense everything is scaled down from what we are used to in america. Secondly, the first two days of our trip we had no shower curtain--however, the third day they did see that one was placed in our shower and we were thankful. And lastly, I found that the shower was not as clean as I would have liked it. Towards the bottom of the shower there was mildew and grout missing. Everything aside, would I stay in this hotel again...yes but I would upgrade to a bigger more expensive room!!! You might keep that in mind!
I stayed at this hotel briefly in May and was pleasantly surprised by how lovely it is. We had a triple room on the fifth floor that was clearly renovated. New bathroom, nice kitchenette, furnishings and flat screen TV. It even had a/c, which was useful for the surprisingly hot temps in Paris last month.
The neighborhood is quaint despite being close to super-sleazy Pigalle. If you're like me and love the 6th, you can take the metro (St Georges) easily to the edge of that area (Rue de Bac).
The only issue is that it's a little out of the way for those who plan to spend a lot of time in the heart of Paris.
Very cute, nice, clean hotel. They accomodated my request for a full bathtub (rather than just a shower). All front-desk staff were nice, with one exception my last day there. If you can, though, get a room overlooking the courtyard ... for such a small street, there is a LOT of noise starting at 6 a.m., and while the weather was lovely (May-June 2004), I had to close the windows and use the A/C once the garbage trucks and motorcycles got started.
And people who are disabled or terribly out of shape might want to consider that walking anywhere around the hotel involves some form of hill. It is, after all, on Montmartre.
Quiet hotel. Good value. Good breakfast.
Great location for Eurostar.
Wonderful Hotel in a Great Part of Town
Les Trois Poussins is an excellent value for the money. The place has the intimate atmosphere of a first rate Bed & Breakfast - friendly, helpful staff and comfortable, quiet rooms with great walkout balconies and small kitchens. It's located in a great section of town, Montmartre, situated conveniently to the Opera district and Sacre Couer church. It's also right around the corner from 2 metros... If you like quiet, smaller hotels - you won't be disappointed. If you want a marble lobby the size of a train station filled with tuxedo-clad bell hops, look elsewhere . . .
This hotel was very nice. It was small, clean, and conveniently located. There are two Metro stops within walking distance and we were able to use them to get us to and from the airport and to all the major tourist attractions. The hotel staff was tremendously friendly and all of the front desk staff were fluent in English. The small room was nicely decorated and typical of a European hotel room. There are many shops and eateries close by and it is located in a relatively quiet neighborhood. We will stay at this hotel again.
Just spent 4 days at this hotel. It is delightful from the moment you step into the reception. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The room although small was very clean and newly decorated. The metro is just round the corner and in the surrounding streets there are numerous coffee shops and restaurants. Would recommend this hotel to all my friends!
Cute Paris Hotel
If this was an American hotel, I'd give it a lower rating; but having traveled around Europe, I know that my complaints are not specific to the hotel, but European hotels in general. Namely: (1) the mattress is made of foam, and slightly sags in the center, (2) the bathroom is small, (3) there are few amenities, and (4) there was no alarm clock!! On the positive note: (1) the hotel was charming, (2)the rooms were cute & most importantly clean, (3) there is a lot to do in the area and many things are walkable, (4) it is near a metro stop, and (5) the staff was friendly and curteous. I agree with the other user that the breakfast is not worth the 10 euros. There are many restaurants & bakeries nearby.
I just came back from a week's trip to Paris! We stayed at this hotel all 6 days. It is a 3 star hotel in the 9th Arr. within walking distance to the Opera, Pigelle (where Moulin Rouge is) and Sacre Coeur church. I would recommend this hotel. It is slightly out of the way (not on a major Metro Line), but we got around fine. The rooms are small, but I booked a twin room with 2 beds...the beds were slightly bigger then the other rooms I peeked into. The hotel was recently renovated so the bathrooms were new and clean. The staff is very helpful except the older man that does the night shift. There are plenty of cafes, bakeries and small shops in the area and the St George metro is only about a block away. I felt very safe in the neighborhood. The $10 breakfast is pretty worthless. I would go down the street to a cafe and have coffee, juice and crossiant for only $4.50.