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Historical Traveler Reviews Royal Garden Champs Elysees Paris
Stay away from this one
I was in Paris in June 05 when temperatures reached 95 degrees. The hotel advertises it has rooms with air/conditioning. They just do not work.
The temperature in my room was about 90 degrees. I complained
and they sent in a technician. The technician verified and said that their
A/C unit is not strong enough. The hotel management said that's the best
their A/C unit can do. They proposed another room and it was even worse.
Unless you enjoy hot and humid sleepless nights in Paris, stay away
from this one.
I booked an executive suite in this Golden Tulip because I would be travelling with my mother - and because it was her first trip abroad in over 30 years, I wanted it to go as smoothly as possible - with as many home comforts as I could manage.
The hotel was fantastic. Great location, very friendly and professional English speaking staff, and large and clean rooms. The kitchenette lacked extensive cooking utensils, but was sufficient to make breakfast and snacks in the room, cutting down on eating expenses. Definitely the best hotel I've ever had in Paris and at a very reasonable rate.
We found this hotel to be smaller than the pictures made it appear. The lobby, lounge and restaurant area were nice. The restaurant was very good, although somewhat spendy, particularly for the breakfast buffet at 20 euros for eggs, bacon, sausage, etc., not a huge selection by any means, but good. We had an excellent anniversary dinner here.
Booked the Executive Suite through Venere. The hotel room was nice and spacious, although nothing fancy. Location was excellent - couldn't have been better. As for the staff, I can't say enough about how nice and helpful they were. The only downside for us was the lack of room service outside of breakfast. However, with all the wonderful cafes around, it isn't too big of a detraction! Would definitely stay here again.
My husband and I stayed at the Royal Garden in March 2004 (Golden Tulip Hotel). I spent a lot of time reading up about Paris before going and it is often stressed that the hotel rooms tend to be very small and often there are no elevators. This hotel has good sized, very well equipped rooms, there is also an elevator. Their website provides a very accurate picture of the hotel facilities. Breakfast was excellent hot and cold buffet - help yourself to all you could eat. There is a Spa and beauty parlour in the basement but you pay extra for this and I had no time to try it out. The hotel is situated on Rue Du Faubourg which is an avenue parallel with Champs Elysee and literally 5 mins to the Arc d' Triomphe. The open top tour bus leaves from here frequently and I considered it a very good buy (3 day pass 21 euro) as you could hop on and off as often as you wanted for three days. Make sure to take very comfortable walking shoes as no matter where you stay in Paris there is a lot of ground to cover. Don't miss a visit to the Sacre Coeur in Montmarte, absolutely beautiful, it can be seen from the Arc d' Triomphe up on the hill but you need a metro to get there- not overly impressed with the area of Montmarte but the cathedral is a must.
Excellant value for your money
It sometimes is an adventure when selecting a hotel in a foreign country, especially when you plan on staying in one location for 8 consecutive days.
Well I lucked out with Golden Tulip Saint Honore, everything was better than I could have hoped for, the room, including the bathroom was large, clean, modern and spacious, the hotel staff was the BEST, the location was ideal - quiet street but only a 3 minute walk to the Champs Elysées and The Arc de Triomphe. There was plenty of cafe's to select from in the neighborhood.
I would definitely stay there again and again.
Nice place to stay
We booked a suite through Expedia, and were very pleased with the results. The suite was on the top floor and had a large deck that faced a synagoge and some other buildings. The window in the living room faced a Dominican Cloister Church. Silverware was available on request and was clean. The staff was very helpful and all spoke enough English to make life very easy. Didn't try breakfast at the hotel, but there was a great bakery J. Julian that was located across the street from the St Phillipe Metro stope.
Just returned from staying 6 nights at the Golden Tulip St Honore. I booked through Expedia.com. This hotel provides 4 star service.
Golden Tulip Royal Garden Good for the Price
Good for the price...we had a suite for the price of room only at other
hotels. We appreciated having the extra space at such a good price.
However, I suppose because of that price found cheapest at
bookahotel, our balcony faced a wall. Also kitchentte was only
furnished with the dishes and cutlery as I was told when contacting the
hotel directly. When we asked the front desk, was told that is "on
request only". When those dishes were dirty, not replaced even though I
asked. Therefore, teapot, microwave not much use. The front desk staff
was very friendly. However, the breakfast of 19.50 euros was
excessively expensive, consisting of hot drink, juice, a basket of
breads & jelly.