Hotel de la Tremoille

14, rue de la Tremoille, Paris, Île-de-France, 75008, France | 5 star hotel
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the Champs Elysee area of Paris, is near Crazy Horse Saloon, Theatre des Champs-Elysees, Avenue Montaigne, and Chateau Margaux.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel de la Tremoille Paris

    Superb place to stay in Paris

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    I stayed two nights in Tremoille and found the facilities, decor and service superb. I booked a standard room for myself and my girlfriend and there was ample space with a well laid out room that could quite easily be called a superior size room in some of todays over optomistic city hotels. The bathroom was also first class with both style and practicality. Not excactly cheap but then this is the centre of Paris, the room price was acceptable but the continental breakfast was a mistake at 22 euros, especially considering the choice of street cafes in the locality. Great location just 5 mins from the Seine and Champs Elysee in an area that seems like the Paris equivilant of Mayfair - up market shops, quiter streets and that feeling of being in the right part of town!

    Lovely Hotel

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    Very nice little boutique hotel with large room. The staff was very efficient. Moreover I really recommend this hotel for its location.

    Perfect Location

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    I spent two nights at La Tremoille in August. And I have to admit this hotel has a great location. No need to take a taxi to discover Paris. Everything is all around. The service was also very good and I have nothing to say about it. To bad the restaurant was close in august. I would come back another time to test it.

    What a nice place to enjoy Paris

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    I spent 5 days in this hotel and I really was surpized by the quality of the service and the size of the rooms. Usually in Paris the rooms are very small and looks very old. This one offer a great decoration and a wonderful atmospher. That is my new adress now in Paris!

    Good way to end the trip

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    Loved the modern setup: DVD, widescreen TVs in the Jr suite (605). Pricey (480E). Breakfast was better than average for Paris. Could never get the internet access working. Service was 4/5 stars. Would return.

    Nothing is perfect

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    this hotel is really nice i mean the decoration .the bathroomes .the facilitie including the free intrnet and DVD.i loved the idea of the hatch. The location is great.what i didn't like is the service it isn't profisinal at all i have to call the concierge to ask for my breakfast!the staff don't communicat will in english.the room service menue is limited and so is the manibar.still i have to say that if this hotel improved it's services it will be rated as one of the top hotels in paris. i visited many of 4 stares hotels in paris including the plaza athenee.park hyate, intercontinantel.marriot ,sofittel.and many other hotels ,the rooms here are better than all these hotels except the plaza.i have to mention that i stayed in a junior suit ,however i've seen the stander bedrooms too.

    A superb designer hotel in a great location

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    This hotel is one of the best modern city hotels I have stayed in recently. It is a boutique version of Ian Schaeger(?) type hotels in London.

    The rooms are excellently furnished, as well as having widescreen TVs with DVD players (I think our room was standard).

    Bathrooms are stunning (with speakers from the DVD / CD player piped in). Very nice spa in the basement of the hotel.

    Staff were also fantastic.

    The only caveat I would add is that this hotel will suit those that like extremely modern, boutique, designer hotels. It will not suit those wanting something more classic. Bar is also quite expensive (about 7 euros for a coke!).

    Tranquility combined with luxury and shopping convenience

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    We highly recommend this boutique hotel. Its outer facade gives the hotel a classical look but inside suggests a more contemporary feel.

    We stayed in a superior room; the plush bed room was separated from a small lounge room with a nice view of the Eiffel Tower. The equally luxurious bathroom beckons you to both bathe and shower (notice the larger-size shower heads). Room service was just as impressive (try their salmon sandwich!)

    Just a block or so away from the luxury shops of the Avenue Montaigne, it's a shopper's haven if you are looking for tranquility but need walking convenience to stores such as Prada, Dior, LV, etc. etc.

    Overall, a pleasant refuge . We only wish we could stay longer.

    Great Place

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    Had to go to Paris on business. This place was great...I couldn't help but think how great it would have been to stay here for leisure purposes. My room had internet access, a heated towel rack in the bathroom, it was clean, etc. In the restaurant downstairs...try the chocolate souffle.

    Spectacular

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    I splurged on this place on the day I proposed to my girlfriend. We were not disappointed. It was very classy. The staff were very friendly and professional. The food at the restaurant in the hotel (Senso) was simply stunning. We had a package including a 3 course meal with wine and each mouthful was perfect. The bottle of wine too was divine. Room service too was excellent. The room was plush and elegant.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de la Tremoille Paris

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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