Hotel le Bellechasse
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Perfect Hotel le Bellechasse,paris
What a great hotel, Great Location. Great service ,comfortable rooms and bathrooms in a citty that is known for very small rooms.
I am a fashion photographer on the road constantly , This was one of my favorite places to stay in Paris. You get the feeling of REAL France here
The staff were so helpful in every way.
Very Nice .I tell all my friends about it all the time
This hotel is brillant!! It's located in one of the finest district of Paris, within easy walking distance from the Eiffel Tower, the Louvres...
the hotel itself is marvellous: decoration is really original, rooms are spacious and beds very comfortable, and above all, all the staff is really kind!!! They serve a very good French style breakfast..I'm going back to Paris next month, and I have already booked in this hotel... the perfect place in Paris, either you come for tourism reasons or for business...
Marvelous time at Hotel Le Bellechasse
I stayed at Hotel Le Bellechasse and had a marvelous time.
The rooms were very comfortable and the service was great
All of the employees were extremely curtious. They really do know how to make a person feel right at home. I would definately recommend anyone who is in the area to stay at this great place.
A refaire absolument!!!
Superbe Hôtel!! très bien situé, au calme ( et c'est plutot rare à Paris), la déco est géniale, très moderne.. la salle de Bain est très design et de grande qualité.. et la literie très confortable.. le personnel, de jour comme de nuit est souriants et aux petits soins... mérite grandement ses 4 *, franchement une adresse que je recommande les yeux fermés à Paris..à refaire pour tester d'autres ambiance!! VanessaG
Loved Le Bellechasse
This is a wonderful small hotel in a great location, & we loved staying there.
I booked it with some apprehension, after reading a review here that said the rooms were tiny, but after checking in (& doing a tour of several other rooms before checking out), I realised it wasn't the case. The room aren't huge, but they're more than adequate, & not just on Paris standards. And anything they lack in the size department, they more than make up for in style & comfort.
I loved the decoration of our room (306, a 'Privilege' room - see photos) - the turquoise shag-pile carpet, the wallpaper on the ceiling, the genius 'mural' & the very sexy lighting. The bed is so comfortable you don't want to get out of it, the bathroom is very comfortable too, with a big bath & 2 basins.
(Although, would someone please enlighten me as to why most Paris hotels, even the good ones, in the year 2008, only have hand held showers?? And why breakfast (25 euros) is so expensive?)
The view was only of the patio, but it was a nice left bank patio so it didn't matter.
We saw 3 or 4 other rooms, of both categories, & they're all really wonderful (just make sure you specify that you don't want one of the rooms with a clothes-rack). Some have smaller wardrobes but bigger bathrooms, or the contrary; some are more modern in feel, others more romantic, but all are beautifully decorated & look comfortable & inviting.
But I guess that the nicest surprise was the staff. They were so knowledgeable & obliging, & in the 4 days we had nothing but positive experiences with them.
I've stayed at other hotels in Paris (Costes, Bourg Tibourg, Petit Moulin, Le Bristol), & I think that for the price you cant get better than this hotel. My photos don't do it justice!
One last thing - have dinner at la Litote (the hotel can book for you). The food was the best I've had in Paris.
The best hotel I've ever stayed in
Some friends of mine told me about it. So I said let's try, we don't spend our vacation in Paris every year.
And it really was great. I loved it from the first minute I stepped in. I could even say that it felt better than home.
The room had wonderful decorations, the bed was so large and confortable that it kept inviting us to sleep. Of course, everything was very modern and clean and we had everything we needed right there.
Also, breakfast was delicious, the staff was really friendly and helpful and I warmly recommended this hotel to all of my friends.
I'll always come back with pleasure.
The pictures from the internet on the hotel site are WAY too generous. The rooms are really small, even for Paris, literally they are well mastered boxes with the sink and tub fitting neatly in. Also, SOME of the staff was really really pushy. For example, housekeeping walked in on me sleeping, apologized, and then went right away to the reception where she called me twice to tell me they wanted to tidy up the room (it was already cleaned for the day and they just saw me sleeping).
However, the breakfast was good.
Decoration by Chistrian Lacroix. I expected more for a designer's hotel. Good breakfast, very small room. Great location, great neighborhood . Too expensive for what you get.
We have just come from Paris and we have spent 4 nights there.
Hotel is nice really and have many advantages, such as:
- wonderful decoration,
- perfect location,
- professional stuff,
- good breakfast,
- and some disadvantages:
- really small rooms with slow ceilings,
- inconvenient pillows.
There were wery quite and comfortable.
Tout à fait execptionnel
non seulement on m'en avait parlé, mais je suis resté très impressionné par la nouvelle prestaion du Bellechasse.
la déco est fabuleuse et nous reviendrons essayer une des autres atmosphère de l'hotel.
tout simplement un des plus beaux établissements où j'ai pu séjourner
mon fils voulait nous faire une surprise, en voici une qui restera inoubliable.
merci encore à toute l'équipe pour son accueil et sa gentillesse
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