Eiffel Seine Hotel Paris

Address: 3, bd de Grenelle, Paris, Île-de-France, 75015, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 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 Vedettes de Paris.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsEiffel Seine Hotel Paris

      Reviewed by coolcomfort

      Close to Eiffel Tower

      Reviewed Sep 20, 2014
      by (4 reviews) Maryland , United States Flag of United States

      The Eiffel Seine hotel was our home base while in Paris and allowed us to easily do a couple of day trips to Versailles and Reims. This hotel is in a great location - near both RER and Metro stations, just across the street from the Seine River and less then a 10 minute walk from the Eiffel Tower. Our room was clean, modern and well appointed. The staff were very pleasant and the breakfast was delicious.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Eiffel Seine Hotel Paris

      Hotel Sympatique


      J'ai séjourné dans cet hotel pendant 1 semaine. J'ai été agréablement supris par le cadre sympatique et chaleureux.

      D'un point de vue professionnel , l'hotel est proche du quartier des affaies, cet hotel permet de rallier la Défense en peu de temps.

      D'un point de vue touristique, les chambres sont magnifiques et la proximité de la tour eiffel ainsi que des quais de seine sont un plus non négligeables.

      Un hôtel bien sympathique


      Un superbe hôtel près de la Tour Eiffel, avec un personnel serviable et chaleureux. La chambre était très belle et bien fournie (avec TV LCD, mini-bar,...)

      De plus, le fait d'être près du metro est très utile pour se déplacer.

      En bref, un hôtel qui ne déçoit pas.

      Un séjour formidable


      Un superbe hôtel à deux pas de la Tour Eiffel. Nous y sommes restés deux nuits avec ma compagne et nous avons adoré ! Les chambres étaient vraiment superbes, avec tout le confort possible. La TV LCD a été un plus incontestable et nous en avons grandement profité. Le service était attentionné et agréable, et le fait d'être aussi proches de la Tour Eiffel était magique.

      Au niveau de la localisation de l'hôtel, c'était parfait. Nous avons eu accès non seulement à la Tour Eiffel (à 5 minutes à pied), mais en plus le metro était à côté. Le personnel nous a conseillé des endroits originaux où aller, et nous avons été ravis.

      Nous y retournerons dès que possible !

      No-service/quality like a normal 3 star


      This hotel's service was shocking during our stay in paris. We walked into the hotel to greet a rude receptionist (its a one man staffed hotel!). He was on the phone, and seemed like he did not have must time for us. Thereafter, we got our room and tried to settle in. While we were doing this, the curtain rails and everything fell apart, as it seemed like it was not properly fitted. We informed the reception who said he will sort it out, but after bugging the man at the reception a few times, we got to CHANGE OUR ROOM PAST MIDNIGHT. He kept saying they don't have rooms and said our only other alternative was to stay in that room and that was it. Anyone could see through our window(right opposite the station!). After much of an arguement we finally got a new room past midnight!

      Breakfast was meant to be included in our booking, and we confirmed this with the receptionist when we checked it. When it was time to pay, there was a new lady receptionist who said we had to pay for breakfast and the man who told you it is included 'does not know what he was saying'.

      I had no idea what to say to them, except pay up and walk out!

      This customer booked his room though our website where it clearly shows that all the published rates DO NOT include the breakfast. So I don't understand why he was asking to include it on the sttlement of his bill !

      About the problem with the curtains, such an incident can happen over all with a brand new hotel. The night man had a few difficulties in trying to find an alternate room since we were full that night. I can understand the disappointment of this guest but there was no need to talk the way he did to our staff. The night receptionist (a 44 bedrooms hotel doesn't need more than 1 night person...!) finally managed to give to this customer a room and dealt with the other guest to which it was allocated.

      Again, I feel that this comment is a very exagerated and I can assure every one that, as a new high standart 3 stars hotel, we do our best every day to make our customers' stay the most pleasant as possible.

      Brilliant Hotel


      Just back from two night break at the Eiffel Seine hotel.

      On arrival we got upgraded to a club room which was a nice surprise. The room was really clean and furnished very modern with a LCD t.v and also a mini bar which you could store your own drinks in !

      One of the reasons picking this hotel was because you are a 5minute walk from the Eiffel Tower and the Bir Hakeim metro station is accross the road.

      Overall i would really reccomend this hotel and the staff we all very helpful and nice.

      Great place to stay.


      Stayed here for three nights in May. The room was very clean and comfortable, with a flat screen t.v. and minibar. In the bathroom we had a bath and shower combined. The size of the room was bigger than we had expected after reading so many reviews about small rooms in Paris hotels. We did not have breakfast in the hotel as they were charging 14 euros, however, there are a couple of places just outside that we tried and we spent between 7 & 7.50 euros. The Eiffel Tower is about 4-5minute walk and the metro is literally across the road. We found the staff to be very polite and helpful and spoke very good english. We would stay here again without any hestitation.

      Was nice once we actually got to stay there!


      Arrived on Friday 19th Of May. Had sent two e-mails in the preceeding weeks to say we would not be arriving until around 9 or 10 pm but despite their aknowledgements they still had given our room to someone else. Bad Start!! So they offered to move us to the "nearby" Hotel Lennox which was only a 20 min walk away or so we were told. After a 20 min drive we arrived there. We were offered a room in the Eiffel Seine on the third night out of the three so accepted it. In fairness the room was nice with a lovely bathroom flat screen tv although there were two broken bedside lamps but the staff apart from Vincent were terrible and offered no apologies for the inconvenience. I just don't know!!



      the hotel itself was very good the room was ok size not as big as expected for the price but the trimmings decorations etc were a nice touch however the after service was DISGRACEFUL, i left my phone in the hotel and expected them to quite happily return it however they denied seeing it or having it and after numerous very aggressive conversations on their part they continued to put the phone down and ignore my calls, this service was a DISGRACE to paris and france and i would never consider staying there again

      Great hotel , great location


      great hotel in a great location, about 5 mins walk to the eiffel tower. the metro station was accross the road that went to the arc de triumph, very handy. hotel itself was nice but the room was small but most rooms in paris are, hotel was just done up so our room had a flat screen TV and bathroom was great, no bath though, but u dont need one on holiday, shower was huge. overall a great hotel and one i will go back to.

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