Le Relais Saint-Honore
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This hotel is small, only 13 rooms, very new looking, and clean. The staff is helpful and friendly. They speak perfect English. Our room was beautifully decorated. It had a modern bathroom with a great hairdryer. Also, it had a seperate toilet room. It was very close to the Louvre and we walked to everything. It is in the 1st. which is very convenient. Very quiet at night. The Tuileries Gardens are just around the corner with a metro stop right there. We had a fabulous time in Paris and your hotel does make a big difference. As for the air conditioning...it was very cool and quiet.
A great small 13 room hotel! The location cannot be beat: accross from The Louvre and walking distance to the Latin Quarter and the Eiffel Tower. A big plus was the helpful staff -they couldn't do enough for us. A computer is available for the guests and breakfast can be deliered to your air-conditioned room.
Highly recommended this hotel
Clean, bright, and comfortable
Great small hotel located super close to museums and a short walk from the amazing Paris subway system. The bed was comfortable, and the room was very modern. Although it is located on a bustling street (a lot of nice cafes, sandwich shops and clothing stores), my boyfriend and I never had problem with noise. Great shower (and towel warmer!) and wonderful maid service. The internet was fast and the concierges were extremely helpful. Overall, an excellent stay at an excellent hotel.
Perfect place to stay in Paris -Relais Saint Honore Hotel
This hotel was perfect. Stayed in Room 301 - very quaint. Perfect for us - the room was very clean and had fresh towels everyday. Lots of closet space, had a fridge, desk and flat screen tv on the wall! The staff was very friendly and spoke english very well. Had some great suggestions for dinner. We had free access to the internet in the lobby which allowed us to be in contact with our kids at home. The room was small but definitely big enough for us and all of our stuff! Best of all, it was so convenient to the metro, walking distance to the Louvre and believe it or not, we even walked back from Eiffel Tower after a long day of sightseeing....would not recommend that on the feet!! Absolutely would recommend this hotel to anyone!!
Very comfortable and fresh
We stayed here for a week in May 2005 and enjoyed our stay immensely. The hotel is small but charming, and the fact that everything is fairly new means it feels fresh, clean and light. Everything worked, so there were no problems with lights, hot water and so on. The internet terminal downstairs was normally available, and the desk staff were helpful and good-humoured. There were no tea/coffee-making facilities in our room, which is pretty normal in France, but Australians who are used to this should be aware that they'll need to go out for coffee. All in all, we are very happy to recommend this little hotel, which is within easy walking distance of the Louvre and other major attractions.
Great Little Hotel
In April, my wife and I stayed a week at the Relais Saint-Honore, a small, charming hotel conveniently located on Rue St. Honore near the Louvre, the Palais Royal and the shopping of Place Vendome and Place Madeleine. The staff is fluent in English, knowledgeable and helpful. At 190 Euros a night, the rate is definitely reasonable for a hotel of this caliber in Paris. I highly recommend the Relais Saint Honore.
WHAT A GEM
We found this lovely boutique hotel by accident and are so thankful we came across it. We stayed for 5 wonderful nights in a most comfortable bed. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff and our room had everything we needed. Most hotel rooms in Paris are small but this one was big enough for us. The decor of the rooms are fantastic and as it is only one year old everything is still new and fresh. We are looking forward to our next trip to Paris and another stay in this delightful hotel.
Perfect Paris Small Hotel
We loved this hotel. We started our Paris stay at Hotel Brighton and did not like it-- good price for the money, but the paper thin walls made it impossible to get rest. Therefore, we moved to the Le Relais Saint-Honore and were very happy we did. The rooms are small for U.S. standards, but typical for Paris. The hotel is brand new and the rooms are very tastefully decorated. The location is perfect for tourists (about a 10 minute walk to the Louvre). The staff is very friendly and accomodating. The hotel is very small (I think about 13 rooms). There is free internet service and a computer in the lobby for your use. I would definitely stay here again.
good quiet location 5 - 10 minutes walk to Louvre, friendly helpfull staff with good english, clean, interesting, stylish room, not cheap but reasonable price. Would return to this small hotel. No restaurant and whilst you can take breakfast in the room there are plenty of spots within five minutes to have whatever you like quite cheaply.
The real Charm of Paris
This is a brand new "hotel de charme" where we had a great holiday last week ! The location is perfect ,being in one of the most beautiful and elegant quartier of Paris , very close to Tuileries Metro station and at easy walk to all main Paris attractions . The hotel is furnished in nice french decoration and managed by Mr Nicolas , a very kind and friendly man who will try to make any effort to make your holiday as a memorable one .
many nice shops and restaurants and cafes nearby and the use of free internet in the lobby made it even more special . Considering the overpriced rates of Parisian hotels this is a true bargain . I will stay there again and will send all my friends .
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