Sofitel Arc De Triomphe
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... day lost, but trying not to look so. I kept going passed the same corner many times, thank God the clientele at the cafe kept changing and I hope no-one noticed.
I was quite amazed at how close they park to each other in Paris but apparently they always leave their handbrakes off and if you find yourself boxed in you just give the cars in front and behind you a little nudge until you have made room to drive out. on the way home I popped into ...
After England, we went to France! France was our final stop of this amazing vacation. We decided to take a river cruise even though it was very pricey, we wanted to spend the rest of our prize money. The first place we stop that was Notre Dame. This gorgeous Catholic Church was in Paris. It took 100 years to build and it was so worth it. My favorite part was the stained glass windows, the carved wood, and the checkered ...
Waking up this morning, we explored the neighbourhood and found a lovely little Boulangerie around the corner which provided us with a delicious breakfast.
We decided to go on a bike tour this morning and so headed out to get a taxi to the pick up point (the Eiffel Tower!). Unfortunately we saw only one taxi in the 45 minutes it took us to walk there and that one was full.
A little hot but awestruck by ...
... After a brief connection in Liege, Belgium, I was on a fast train to Paris.
Anybody who has known me for more than an hour knows my proclivity toward cartography, and whenever I would get bored in French class, I could always lose myself in one of the two maps guaranteed to appear in my textbook; one of "L’Hexagone" the nation of France itself (nicknamed due to its shape), and the other of the City of Lights. All these hours of ...
... starting to fade. We are now back at our hotel to rest for an hour, and we will meet in the lobby at 5:30. We are going to walk to a wonderful little restaurant and talk about our day, and of course discuss our plans for tomorrow!
I am so impressed with all of the girls and how comfortable and outgoing they are. They are speaking French every chance they get and have ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sofitel Arc De Triomphe Paris
The room was very nice. The main staff friendly and helpful. However, I had trouble getting my room cleaned, and as I had my dog with me (who is always very good and clean), it was a task to keep getting him out of the room. The cleaning guy would keep giving me a time he would do the room and then not do it, and this happened every day.
A perfect choice!
Just spent four days in Paris at this hotel. It is in a wonderful location (just a short walk to the Champs Elysee) and is truly a fantastic hotel! Room was beautiful,the bed to die for, the extra touches were amazing (cd player in the room with a variety of cd's, a free bottle of water, a free bottle of Hermes cologne!!!), the staff was ever so accomodating and helpful. Paris itself is an absolutely wonderful city, but stay in this hotel, and make your entire trip one to remember! I would stay here again and again. Highly recommend!
Just an incredible experience
Ok, so although a basic room here cost us 3900 euro for 4 nights it was simply THE most amazing hotel experience EVER. We are both frequent travellers and stay at some awsome properties around the world. This hotel leads hands down for atmosphere, service, style and elegance.
Took parents for 50th wedding anniversary trip. excellent choice me!!! lovely hotel. welcoming staff who made the effort to leave a lovely gift for parents in their room! good situation for sight seeing. heavenly beds to collapse into after miles of absorbing parisian surroundings. Shame restaurent shut on Saturday night, but concierges recommendation was just right.
A bit disappointing
not the best service, rooms quite small...
I am not saying that it is a bad hotel, far from it, but that I was expecting much more than that.
It is pretentious and staff could be more helpful.
But a good hotel of course. But lacks something
The Sofitel Arc De Triomphe in Paris is in a great residential neighborhood, a short walk from the busy streets of the Champs Elysees and the Arc De Triomphe.
We stayed here for a total of 5 nights in May and had a wonderful experience. The hotel is 5 minutes walk from Arc du Triomphe and Champs d'Elysees, Paris Metro and City Tour buses. There are no views from the hotel but we still enjoyed looking at the lovely apartment building across the street. This area is very upscale residential. The staff were all gracious and helpful. Our room with king bed was decorated in Louis XIV furniture and the bath was large for a Paris hotel and quite polished. We had our 3 year old with us and it wasn't even necessary to have a roll away because our bed was so huge. By the way, the roll away was just as comfy as our bed...which was dreamy. The rack rate of our room was 750 euros/night but we paid just 350 as a French friend of ours got a discount. It was worth the 350 for sure. The only drawback of the hotel is that it must cater to businesspeople as only breakfast was served and was expensive at 30 euros per person. The 2 attached restaurants were only open for dinner and we didn't try either. Also, there are no small shops or restaurants near. The weather in Paris was cold for May so be prepared with sweaters and jackets. Parking in this vicinity is terrible so if you have a car, you might be better off somewhere with a parking garage.
What a great hotel. I've stayed here on business for at least 40 nights over the past couple of years, and it always impresses. The rooms are all pretty decent, ranging from fairly small to absolutely huge.
Bathrooms are always good, with nice little touches like a speaker in the ceiling so you can listen to the TV. Rooms come with CD player, Radio, TV etc. Room service is good, if a little pricey. Staff helpful and courteous. The bar downstairs is good, and there's often live piano accompaniment, which gives a very French air to the place. Breakfast is pretty good, with the best scrambled eggs I've ever had! Restaurant (Clovis) is great, but quite expensive. All in all, a fantastic hotel in a great location.
I have nothing but rave reviews about the Sofitel Paris Arc de Triomphel! It really impressed my family, from the staff, to the rooms, and to the amentities.
Amazing place. Ask for room 217
Very nice hotel, and easy to get to with the Air France busses, that stops 200 meers away. Ask for room number 217. It is Accors concept room of the future. 42 inch flatscreen TV, rainforest shower, aroma therapi, touchscreen by the bed to control everything in the room, beutiful decor, TV in the mirror in the bathroom, fluffy bathrobes etc.
etc. The staff was very friendly, and the breakfast was served in the restaurant with deep chairs and had everything you can ask for.