Hotel de Londres Eiffel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel de Londres Eiffel Paris
Great Location! Helpful Staff.
Just returned from Paris for a weekend, and were pleasantly surprised with this quaint little hotel. The room was "cozy" (great for two), clean, comfortable, and a great value. Everything was within walking distance, and even in the cold of winter, it was amazing!
I recommend this hotel and this area of Paris for a visit. Also, the day staff was extremely helpful with information and restaurant recommendations. They even made reservations for us when needed. We will definitely stay here again :)
Very quaint hotel with such a welcoming and helpful staff. Great location, minutes from the Eiffel tower and Metro station. The staff was extremely helpful and there's free internet access!!!
The rooms are small (but that's Paris), and the bathrooms have hand-held showers. But all in all, I would recommend this hotel.
Good if you are just looking for a clean place to sleep
SMALL ROOMS!!!!! agree with others that the noise level can be a little much if your room faces the back of the hotel. no outlets in the rooms......huge disappointment, could not charge batteries for camcorder and digital camera, or use a real hairdryer, the hairdryer provided in the bathroom is a vacuum hose with a pointed end difficult to use. Overall it was clean and close to the eiffel tower, staff was friendly and having internet access in the lobby was a plus (when it was working)
A wonderful parisian hotel !
Wonderful parisian hotel! with a very good ratio price/quality. the staff was very helpful, the quality of the rooms was excellent. the hotel was equiped of a free internet access, wifi and air conditionning. I recommend this hotel for peolple who wants to stay in a cosy and warm atmosphere hotel, situated in the center of Paris, 3mn by walk from the Eiffel Tower and nearby all the main monuments of Paris. A great parisian place to stay!!
Charming little hotel
We found this hotel absolutely charming! The rooms are small, but they are decorated quite nicely and the bathrooms were spotless. Free internet access was a nice amenity. The location was very convenient...just minutes to the Eiffel Tower or the Metro. The staff was very pleasant and speak English. They were very kind to us. I would highly recommend this hotel.
We found this to be a charming hotel and the facilities quite adequate.
Also has an elevator. The staff were quite accomodating and helped me in solving a problem I encountered (not related to the hotel). I give it a high recommendation.
Alas no shower curtain prevents our return
My husband and I stayed here in April 2002 and found it very comfortable. I have stayed near the Champs Elysees and on the Blvd.
Saint Germain years ago but since 1998 have only stayed in the 7th.
This is my favorite hotel but my husband has insisted on a shower curtain so in 2003 I had to find another hotel. The rooms are attractively decorated although compact. There was storage on either side of the bed, a small desk and TV in several languages. I love the French style of bathtub with handheld shower and had one installed in my home. However my husband is over 6 ft tall and wants a proper stand-up shower with a curtain or door so as not to spray the room with water.Skip the funky restaurant Agnes next door and head down the street to la Croque a Sel or to the Blvd. LaTour Mabourg for dinner at Concerto.
Hotel londres eiffel
Our first trip to Paris we stayed at this recommended hotel in Rick Steve's guide book. The general location was great since we could walk to the Eiffel Tower within 5 minutes. The street it was located on wasn't impressive, but we enjoyed the restaurants and proximity to Rue Cler. The room was small (had to eat on the bed) and had A.C., which we didnt use in July (a week before the heat wave). THe lobby is very pretty and colorful and it was great having free internet access. The area (7th) is not overrun with tourists and close to bus line. I would recommend staying here.
good location, small rooms, very small. noise level in the back of the hotel is high making getting a good night sleep difficult. on the positive side the staff is nice and the breakfast is good.
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... Tower to light up, took some photos, and then headed for the Louvre to take photos in the square. Eerily, a crescent moon appeared between the clouds over the Louvre as I was taking photos. Bad moon rising.
We headed for home from the Louvre at around 11.15pm, and arrived home around 11.30pm.
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Well finally in Paris.
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