Hotel Acte V
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Returned the car to Orleans with no mishaps, phewwwww!! We got the tram to the central station, bought a ticket from a machine and it was Paris here we come. Alighted from Garet d' Austerlitz and had to carry our cases down several flights of stairs to the metro, and then up more steps, and a brisk walk to our hotel at 3pm.
We walked down to …
The flight from Chicago only took about 7 hours and arrived an hour early due to strong tail winds. The food and service was very nice and we were greeted with a glass of champagne. Our appetizer was a chilled black halibut and salmon with a wasabi mayonnaise served along side a salad with peppercorn dressing. For the main course we both chose to have the beef tenderloin with potatoes, green beans, and roasted tomatoes. After the main course we ...
... family. So it was a long and exhausting day, but overall a real dream come true. I couldn't wait for tomorrow though, and was sad it was all coming to an end!
The next day, I was very excited as it was my turn to do the autographs. So I would meet all of them and get to speak to them one on one for a few minutes which was exciting. All of them were so lovely, but three of them stood out to me most. Firstly, Tyler Hilton who plays Chris Keller did an autograph for ...
... The palace was beautiful, particularly the Hall of Mirrors, there were 17 huge arch mirrors down the room with at least 30 chandeliers hanging from the roof and more on the walls. We probably spent a couple of hours inside the palace, then we went outside to see the gardens. It was raining steadily and there were puddles everywhere, but the grounds were awesome. Before ...
... the experience?" Again, no. "'I'm sorry, did I ruin your picture?" Doesn't exist in their vocabulary! And never mind the tour group, who will disrupt your path and your few to get 20 people and a tour guide around anything worth looking at. Stay out of their way if they are moving too! They don't care who they run down getting to the next stop.
I think that was the biggest disappointment of the Louvre, not getting to ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Acte V Paris
Nothing to monge about here
Good quality two star , very good value, with fine breakfast at nice price. Good polite service. Helpful staff. Friendly atmosphere. Surprise to see Arene de Lucrete out the back window as I went down stairs. Fine place for a refreshing walk. Nice area in Latin quarter. Came across exciting market in the street with great choice of food, clothes, and household stuff. Would call again. Stayed one night . Staff tried to get me a place for the second night but were unsuccessful Had a first class haircut next door. Went to FIAC (world art show) at Versailles.
Great hotel for years now
Well what can i say, I have stayed at this hotel since I was 6 years old. Never changed, great service and airci is great! Love the view at the back of the hotel. Parking is near. They even recogniced me after 10 years!
Don't be fooled by these reviews!
My husband and I found this hotel on the web. It was advertised as a three star hotel, but when we got there, one star had been removed from the sign. The bed was extremely uncomfortable, the room was tiny and our remote control didn't work. When we asked for a battery for the remote control, the staff were very rude. We left after one day but they insisted that they had to charge us for two nights. I would defintely avoid this place if at all possible.
Quiet, Great Location in Paris
We stayed at the hotel May 15-19 2003. What a surprise for the value.
The location was very convenient! A Metro station about 1/2 block away and another Metro station about 1 block. Our room was VERY Clean with a view in the back of a garden courtyard. The continental breakfast was just what you need in the morning. The staff was friendly. Neighborhood has an excellent french bakery (down on the corner) and a full service grocery store, and other shops. We will definitely stay here again.
Comfy and Friendly
Just returned from a week at Hotel Monge, and if you're looking for comfort and location at a reasonable price this is it. Very clean, good A/C (which kept out the noise even though we faced the street on the 2nd floor). The proprietress was very helpful, the breakfast was good, and we enjoyed 24-hr German soccer coverage on the tv! I felt my mattress was a bit hard, but my partner wasn't bothered.
The location is great, and if your stay coincides with La Fete de Musique you'll be in for a city-wide musical treat!
Highly recommend hotel Monge
Great place for singles, couples and families. I've recommended it to three other travelers who have all loved the cleanliness, location and service.
I've stayed here twice and am planning another stay this spring. The hotel is well located,clean and safe. The staff is helpful. While this hotel is not luxury it has just what I expect for the price. It is an easy walk to Notre Dame, shopping, cute cafes and restaurants. It is conveniently situated between two train stops. We even took a train from the airport to within a block of the hotel.
Comfortable beds, no charm
This hotel has a great location--shops and metro stops near-by. For location, it gets a 10. While the room was small by my standards, it was spotless, the showers hots and strong, and the beds and pillows firm and comfortable. In these areas, it gets high marks, too. But in style and charm, it gets a zero. There were plastic flowers on every possible surface, and though recently renovated and wall-papered, it lacked charm. The breakfast area was uninviting. Our street-side windows blocked much of the street noise, but late at night and early in the morning, we could hear/feel the metro rumble underneath. Nevertheless, the staff was pleasant, the location great and overall we were quite satisfied.
Fabulous - recommended
Very clean. Nice sized rooms. Great location. Would stay here again without hesitation. Very friendly and helpful staff. Stop by and visit the crepery across the street for some delicious food and charming atmosphere.
My husband and I stayed at the Residence Monge during May. It is close to two Metro stations and is ideal for tourists who want to walk about or take the Metro to explore the city. We came via the train from London and took the Metro to the hotel - with a smattering of French and a guide map, it was easy!