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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le M Paris
When we arrived around 11 am and there were no rooms available. Although we were exhausted from our red-eye flight in from New York it was understandable and the front desk took our luggage and recommended some great places to eat while we waited.
Now being a travel agent I had emailed their reservations manager and they offered a free buffet breakfast (was a 20 EUR value) which when I mentioned was already known. To my added surprise they upgraded me to the best room category and gave my guest and I a welcome letter and each a free flute of champagne. We stayed there for 2 nights at $190 EUR/night (which was below average for most other reputable hotel chains).
The room was quaint but beautifully updated with a large, clean bathroom. I was surprised at how small the bathtub was but figured it was probably standard for Europe. Service and accommodations well exceeded my expectations!!
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