Renaissance Paris Hotel Le Parc Trocadero
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRenaissance Paris Hotel Le Parc Trocadero
We were there for a couple of day till my apartment came through. The staff was friendly and helpful and they all spoke English. Great location in the Trocadero neighborhood
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Historical Traveler Reviews Renaissance Paris Hotel Le Parc Trocadero
Quaint, clean and away from the noise
This is the 2nd time we stay at the Le Parc. The staff is very friendly and courteous. The rooms are small, but clean and nicely furnished. The hotel is quiet at night. The Victor Hugo metro is a 5 minute walk, as well as, the Trocadero metro. It is away from all the noise of the city, yet situated within nice restaurants and boulangerie. I would definitely stay here again.
Recent stay-Dec 26-30, 2004
We previously stayed at Le Parc about 8 years ago and though it was great. This time we thought it was even better. We travelled with our two daughters ( ages 12 and 13 ) and the staff really went out of their way to make sure we were comfortable.
The rooms were extremely clean, the bed very comfortable and the bathrooms up to date. We had a room facing a beautiful courtyard and another room with a great view to the Eiffel Tower.
The location is perfect because it is in a very quiet part of town and has great access to the rest of the city via the Victor Hugo Metro station right around the corner.
There are great restaurants within walking distance and plenty of drugstores and markets.
The staff was extremely courteous and all spoke great english.
I highly recommend this hotel.
This is a lovely hotel in a very smart area of Paris. Our room faced into the courtyard, and was very quiet which is a real bonus for a Parisian hotel. The staff were friendly and extremely helpful, without being over solicitous. As for not being close to anywhere....the nearest metro is 2 minutes walk, the Trocadero less than 5 minutes, and the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe less than 10. We are regular visitors to Paris, and will definitely stay here again.
Not satisfied with Le Parc Paris Sofitel Demeure
We rang several days before our arrival date explaining that my wife has special dietary needs.
It was agreed that her special requirements would be catered for.
When we arrived no arrangements were made and no one was even slightly interested.
We love Paris, Not Le Parc Paris Sofitel Demeure!
I thought le parc was wonderful
I thought the hotel was wonderful.it was very clean and very well run.It is situated near to the metro system and the seines boat service so getting around is easy.It is far enough from the hustle and bustle to retreat to at night with many local restraunts and bars situated on the same street.I had a wonderful Birthday weekend.No matter where i looked i couldn`t find a stained carpet ????
this hotel was terrible DO NOT STAY HERE the carpet was so filthy and the location was bad away from everthing. We had read from so many places that this hotel is good but it is not.
Le Parc is a welcome haven of peace, quiet, sophistication and top service. Having just spent three nights in a junior suite for a weekend stop before returning home to the states, I was impressed with their warm reception, attention to detail and gracious willingness to please (particularly to a woman traveling alone). Superb housekeeping, decor, sheets - the magnolias were blooming in the courtyard and the morning croissant and coffee were superb. Highly recommended. Plan to return with my husband to share the romance and charm of the atmosphere.
Superb restaurants and shopping steps away. Top marks all around.
We stayed here sept 23-26, 2003. Staff is xcellent. They personally show you to your room and when I seemed upset about the deluxe room he took us to a jr. suite. without an upcharge. )However no balconies which was a disappointment.
We had booked the B&B and breakfast was awesome and delivered to our room (wake up call!). Lovely fruits and breads and soft boiled eggs and lot's of coffee.
The only negative was first impression of halls and rooms wasn't good as the rugs are stained. The more we looked it was just the rugs and some nicked paint on the walsl which could be eliminated quickly. The beds were very comfortable and bathrooms are beautiful with granite and robes, slippers etc.
We didn't have time to eat in the restaurant so can't comment on that but overall an enjoyable and good value even with the dollar sinking daily.
Miss you Paris.
Love the Le Parc
We go to Paris every year and after trying several other hotels, we have settled on this one as our hotel. It is well-situated, only a few blocks from two different Metro lines, near great shops and neighborhood brasseries and bistros. Rooms are attractive, very reasonably priced and the rate we select includes a lovely breakfast buffet. Great value for central location.
The hotel is well located, very attractive, with a good staff. It is a quiet neighborhood with easy access to the metro and restaurants. We stayed at the Parc during the heat wave and the a.c. broke. The hotel upgraded us to a suite and gave us a fan. The only deficiency is the so-called business center - a desk in the lobby with dial up internet service and an inadequate computer.
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