Hotel Eiffel Segur
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Eiffel Segur Paris
Me and My girlfriend stayed here for 5days in september, we booked the hotel through expedia, we flew september the 11th and returned the 15th. The rooms were small and clean and the hotel staff were plesent, we had a second floor room which gave us a great view of the metro, we thought it would be noisey but all though in the night you couldn't hear it, The bathroom was small but nice, room service each day, so new towels everyday and new sheets on the bed, Each room has a plasma TV mounted on the wall at the bottom of the bed but only 2 english channels, CNN and BBC news so not alot of choice, You could also see the eiffel tower from our room. The hotel isn't in a bad location for the price, eiffel tower is less than 5minutes away, shops and restaurants are all around the hotel and for the kids a Mc Donalds. The metro is right next to the hotel, it'll take you anywhere and is a cheap way to get around. Overall the hotel for the price and it is only a 3star hotel so don't be expecting great things, So it was good so i do reccomend it.
Nine students who just graduated high school and I stayed at the Hotel Eiffel Segur for five days in June. Although the pictures are misleading (for one, it's a Best Western now), the accomodations are nice. Given that we were ten loud teenagers, the hotel was very nice although the conceirges were not too helpful and did not speak very good English. The air conditioning was on and off, but the maid service was diligent and effective and the rooms were nice. The location is great-- down the street from an amazing bakery and a Metro station. The price was good, too, so I definitely recommend this hotel to anyone who wants a good base for seeing all of Paris and isn't looking for any over-the-top hotel.
Good Location, dirty room
We stay in this hotel during 5 days and we don't recommend. The localization is very good, but the rooms are dirty and very small. The bathroom was remodelled, but it is bad to take a shower.
Thank you for taking the time to share your comments. We are sorry for the disturbances you have had during your stay. Lots of improvements have been done to welcome our guests in best conditions (wooden floor, new bathrooms, brand new magnetic key system, safe, flat tv screens, ...). We would be pleased to welcome you again in the future.
Good value for a good downtown Paris location
This is a clean, recently remodled older hotel with a not-too-bad price. The location is a good starting point for Paris sight-seeing as well.
If you are expecting 5-star accomodations, you will not be happy. But again, the hotel is clean, my room was well lit and the bathrooms are nice. One slight issue I might have is no shower curtain or equivalent in the shower. You have to be careful or the bathroom floor can get quite wet.
The bed was comfortable in my room and the sheets and pillows were white and clean.
I have posted some pictures of my room for reference.
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Not as bad as some say..but not great
This hotel is no where near as bad as described. It does seem to be in the middle of being rebuilt though. Also if you are the sort of person who wants pampered luxury, go elsewhere. The room I stayed in was clean and had recently been refurbished, and had a decent flat screen TV installed. I get the feeling real effort is being made to improve a dark dingy hotel into something better. In the daytime the receptionist was friendly and efficient, at night slothsome and inefficient (but I talking 3am!).
Don't avoid like the plague if you can get a good price (we did via the Eurostar price), though maybe wait a few months until it is finished
Great little hotel
Another mother and daughter hit town. We totally enjoyed Hotel Segur. The staff was very friendly and eager to help in any way. Our room was cute with a nice view of the courtyard. It was very clean, the bed was very comfortable. The hotel is walking distance to many things we wanted to see. It was perfect for our purpose. I will recommend it to others.
We thank you for sharing your opinion. We are glad you did appreciate your stay with us. Best regards.
I don't know if all the 3 star hotel in Paris are all that bad.
This was quite simply the smallest darkest hotel room that I have EVER stayed in (the main light was behind the curtains!). The plastic kettle and plastic cups looked decidedly dirty, and the brown hessian wallpaper appeared to be older than I am. The 'view' of the 'courtyard breakfast area' actually resembled a builders yard, and decorating and buliding work was going on the floors above and below our room, and they started drilling and hammering at 8am Saturday morning. I sepnt as little time as possible in the hotel, but the surrounding area was more like a slum than the wonderful restaurant populated area that is depicted in the previous review. True, it is close (ish) to the Eiffel Tower, but I think 500 metres is pushing it a bit. It did have wireless internet access though.....but no shower cubicle !
My daughter and I had brilliant time. Our hotel..well! Clean, friendly, helpful, nicely situated right by Cambronne Metro. Within easy reach of everything. Brilliant restaraunts within walking or staggering distance.(New place to eat: just past the Shell station L'Amaryllis. JEAN (the chef) and Sebastian is front of house, very new and still making a name for themselves, but food!!!) Only one draw back, No tea making facilities. Everything else absolutely brilliant. Go and enjoy your stay.