Hotel Louvre Marsollier Opera

Address: 13, rue Marsollier, Paris, Île-de-France, 75002, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Louvre/Opera area of Paris, is near Harry's New York Bar, Opera district, Les 2 Moulins, and Comedie-Francaise (Theatre Francais).
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Louvre Marsollier Opera Paris

      Only charming from the exterior


      Tiny, dark, windowless rooms. We checked out as soon as we checked in - would not recommend this hotel.

      Nice Hotel, Friendly People


      Surprised by the comments that the front desk staff weren't generally helpful - maybe the visitor was just unlucky with staff availability at the time of their stay.

      I stayed at this hotel March/April '04 and on arrival the lady at reception (unprompted) presented me with a map, circling all the best shopping, dining, monuments, etc in the area. The kitchen staff were also really friendly and helpful and the guys who worked reception (one at weekends only) were pleasant, polite and knowledgeable.

      I've stayed in a few Paris hotels but never felt so well taken care of as I did at this one.

      There's more out there


      Excellent location for various sites - Louvre, department stores, metro etc..I would definitely return to the area but I don't think I would return to the hotel. The rooms are small, however they are clean and neat. Front desk service is non-existant as one reviewer stated. Aside from one assistance, Pol, the service was poor and it seemed as if I was bothering them should I ask them a question regarding Paris. Pol was the only one to be of great assistance and often offered more information that was very helpful but he only did the night shifts so one would have to get up early to speak to him, if he was working. I also stayed at another comparable hotel for about the same price and I found their front counter service to be excellent. I would advise others to look around for a comparable hotel if one wants to stay in the Louvre area.

      Location is all that is great


      The location is excellent but that's all! The service is non-existent.

      The rooms and bathrooms are tiny and make sure you know your neighbours because you'll defintely hear them clearly in their bathroom! Rooms are just 3 star standard and the elevator can fit one person and one suitcase at a time which made it a lot of stairs for our family of five! Not worth the price.

      Friendly place, great location...


      small rooms but nice & clean

      Excellent find!


      Excellent location. Within walking distance of the metro, Louvre, Opera, and shopping. The Opera and Galleries Lafayette are literally right around the corner from the hotel. The family room was way to small to comfortably accommodate a family of 4. We should have reserved 2 separate rooms. However, the staff was extremely friendly. The room was beautiful and the free breakfast was appreciated. I took a chance and booked the hotel soley based on its location, and without prior recommendation. I am so glad that I did. I would love to stay there again (however this time without the kids).

      Great neighborhood, nice hotel


      We loved the neighborhood, an easy walk to the Louvre, la wealth of shops and restaurants and easy metro access. The hotel was spotlessly clean, staff friendly and helpfull, but rooms small as befitting an older hotel. We would certainly stay there again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Louvre Marsollier Opera Paris

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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