Renaissance Paris Vendome

Address: 4 rue du Mont Thabor, Paris, Île-de-France, 75001, France | 4 star hotel
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Renaissance Paris Vendome

      Highly Recommended!


      I cannot say enough about this great little spot. I have been to Paris many times and this was my best overall experience from a hotel perspective. We had a superior queen room -small but perfectly fine by Paris standards. The room was beautifully decorated with great attention to detail in the design and finishing touches. It was extremely quiet and the beds were very comfortable with great linens. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful without exception. Fantastic location on a quiet side street behind the Rue de Rivoli across from the Tuileries metro station. We got a great rate on Expedia which was fortunate as I otherwise probably wouldn't have stayed there as I thought that their rack rates were a little high. I travel quite extensively throughout the world and in terms of hotels have seen them all from top to bottom. I am pretty picky and don't usually like to recommend hotels as everyone's tastes are different but I have no hesitation in recommending this place and will definitely stay there again.

      A consummate delight


      My husband and I stayed here in July 2004, and it has spoiled us for any other hotel in Paris. This hotel exceeded expectations on all levels. At check-in, we were greeted warmly and escorted to our room (none of this "here's your key the elevator is on your left.") The entire hotel is attractively designed, with beautiful and tastefully furnished rooms. The beds are very comfortable, there are flat-screen TVs and ample storage space. The rooms are also impeccably clean and well maintained (turn down service is included.) The staff were always pleasant and attentive. The hotel location is both very convenient (walking distance to the Lourve, Orsay, theatre district and metro lines) and charming. I wear my reputation as a "hotel snob" as a badge of honor, and this is the first hotel I have been moved to write a review of - our experience was simply that enjoyable.

      Plaza Paris Vendome: The ideal luxury hotel


      We decided to stay at the Paris Plaza Vendome for the last night of a two and half month stay in Paris and could not have been more thrilled with our experience. Upon arrival, we were personally escorted to our room by the hotel staff, who showed us how to use the brand new flat screen television with dvd player. The entire hotel was quiet and the service made us feel as though we were the only guests present. The concierge arranged for fantastic dinner reservations and made sure that our taxis arrived on time; we never had to lift a finger. From the luxurious Frette linens, Bulgari toiletries, and fluffy robes and slippers to the unbelievable pool, sauna, hammam, and exercise area (also with flat screen tvs), the brand new Plaza Paris Vendome is the ideal luxury hotel.

      A jewel worth the money


      After reading a lot of reviews on this website, I was scared about choosing a hotel for my 6 months pregnant wife and I, for our first trip to Paris in May 2004. So we exceeded our budget and chose the Plaza Paris Vendome hotel, and we were so glad that we did. The hotel is newly built (or rebuilt) just 7 months before our trip. It has a modern look and feel and is very elegant. The location is terrific, a minute from the garden of Tuileries which is by the river and walking distance from the Louvre, Musee d'Orsay, the Concorde, Place Madeleine etc. The staff was very cordial and helpful. The room they showed us first had a very slight noise coming from the AC and I hadn't even noticed it but the receptionist who had accompanied us to the room was horrified at it and insisted that we take another room. The room was of course small as is the norm in Paris, but very nice. There was sufficient storage space, a wall TV and a nice bathroom. The only jarring part of our stay was that the bath tub had a small glass partition separating it from the rest of the bathroom while the rest of it was open. So you had to be careful while taking a shower to not spill water outside the tub. That was a little weird but very manageable. The Bulgari toiletries were great. The staff helped us with whatever we needed including booking a boat cruise and Moulin Rouge tickets. There was nice shopping and cafes nearby. ATMs were easy to find. All in all, we had a great time and none of the fears we had before about visting Paris turned out to be true. Unlike some other comments we read, despite booking the hotel on Expedia (where we got a room rate of $285 as against the rack rate of Euro 460 or $550), the staff was exceedingly friendly. Would highly recommend this place.

      The best of the best


      The perfect ending to a romantic 3 week trip through Spain and France. My wife and I stayed here from May 21-26, 2004. We decided to splurge ($300 per night) and we walked into the hotel and knew it was worth every penny and then they upgraded us without asking. Beautiful hotel, no expense was spared, glass roof in lobby, fireplace in library, incredible pool, steam room, gym in the basement, rooms were impeccably designed, no detail forgotten, large room, great views, terrific bathroom and the service was outstanding, especially Janet at the front desk. One block from the Louvre and convenient to everything, the perfect place to end a very romantic trip that was my wife's treat. Can't wait to go back to Paris and this magnificent hotel!!

      Excellent if a little flawed


      Stayed at this hotel for valentines weekend and couldnt have asked for more. Booked an deluxe room on-line and that what we got, a room with lounge area 2 YES 2 full bathrooms, 2 Flat screen TV,s and small traditional french balconies. We paid for three nights what it should have been for one night, absolute bargin. Pool was shut which was dissapointing. Service was a little off at times, ordered breakfast room service but only came with one set of cultery??. Hotel booked us a restraunt nearby I then asked for a car to be ordered, was shown to the car but the driver set off but didnt know where we were going, the hotel hadnt told him, had to get out of mad taxi and ask policeman, would expect hotel to tell taxi where we were going after all I was a stranger to the area and the language. Also on last day their a problem with the hot water (their wasnt any) this meant cold shower but effected the whole hotel, nearly all of our room service was knocked off the bill, which was good, all in all I would not hesitate to go back to this very luxurious well located hotel. Very impressive

      Understated luxury and excellent location


      This hotel is a real find. Excellent location in the heart of Paris.

      Short walk to the Louvre. Convenient for Musee D'Orsay, Tour Eiffel and Galeries Lafayette. Recently refurbished in contemporary style. The hotel is stylish but welcoming. I stayed here in February 2004. The room was quiet, clean and extremely comfortable and staff were friendly and efficient. The small swimming pool in the basement was closed. Not cheap but highly recommended.

      A touch of glamour


      I've just come back from a weekend in Paris, having stayed at this hotel. I've been to Paris a few times and this has been by far the best hotel that I have stayed in. The rooms are beautifully decorated, modern and clean. Staff are friendly and speak very good English. The Pinox restaurant was delightful, as was the Chinese themed bar. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is looking for a little glamour in the heart of Paris.

      A Lost Treasure


      My son and I stayed here in April 2002. It is in a sensational location, on a quiet street but only 200yds from the Tuileries Garden (and metro), very close to the Louvre and just across the Seine from the Musee d'Orsay. It was undergoing a refurb (so the room was basically new) and then actually closed over the winter. However from what I can see on the web, when it re-opens soon the prices will be at least double what they were before (we paid 160 Euros for a twin room including breakfast). Highly recommended, the staff speak good English and are friendly, but I suspect now it will be in much more upmarket price bracket.

      Nice place to stay while in Paris


      I have stayed at this hotel twice now and plan to stay there again. A nice hotel. clean, close to sites, close to metro and shopping, close to opera and resturants. The only thing missing is a lounge but I hear it is on the way. I would highly recommend this establishment.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Renaissance Paris Vendome

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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      A travel blog entry by gsjonuk on Nov 22, 2013

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      A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Jul 26, 2013

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      ... have enough water pressure to run one at a time and each one only runs for 15 minutes. Hot and weary we stumbled back to the hotel. We found a delightful Gelato and Sweets Shop and indulged in some yummy ice cream before we got to he hotel. After a cool shower, I crashed...legs and feet so very cramped and sore...woke up 3 hours later. Supper was at a nearby restaurant: oysters, duck and Creme Brule ..yummy! Still unbearably hot as I am finishing this at 10:00 pm. Back to Paris ...

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