The Five Hotel

Address: 3, rue Flatters, Paris, Île-de-France, 75005, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Latin Quarter area of Paris, is near Rue Mouffetard Market, Place Monge, Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins, and Val-de-Grace.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Five Hotel Paris

      Reviewed by am1

      Fantastique!

      Reviewed Apr 19, 2012
      by (16 reviews) Sydney , Australia Flag of Australia

      Great little hotel, brilliant location hidden away in the latin quarter. Very friendly and helpful staff that catered to all my questions / needs. Very comfortable room, great neighbourhood, places to eat, drink, etc away from all the tourist traps. This is living like a local. This is the only place I would stay in Paris. I would highly recommend it to anyone, just make sure it's not booked out for when I return.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews The Five Hotel Paris

      Bonsoir Mes Amis

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      We stayed at The Five Hotel for two days over the Christmas season. We were welcomed by friendly staff and a beautiful atmosphere. The hotel is small but its part of the charm. The decor was unlike anything we had ever seen before and the attention to detail was perfect. Great price, great location. Amazing hotel. Will definately be back.

      Very special experience

      from

      We knew this hotel had just opened and through a friend who lives in Paris very nearby the hotel we decided to book for 2 nights (also because of the district).

      We were absolutely amazed by the interior design of the room.

      All colors matched and the special light effects were very surprising in short we forgot the outside world. Also the scents you could choose from added to a fantasy world. The lady receptionist was very very friendly and helpful and spoke english well. Their was lots of fresh fruits for breakfast and fresh baked bread. The breakfast room was of a small size but also there the special effects of the interior design made you forget the size of the area. All in all the price of the room in relation to the special surprises and the comfort (bed was excellent) and -not to forget- the spic and span bathroom and room is very reasonable. I will certainly recommend this place to my friends and business relations!

      Chic atmosphere

      from

      J'ai séjourné par déjà deux fois dans cet hôtel au cours de séjours professionnels sur Paris.

      Idéalement placé à proximité de lieux typiques tels que Mouffetard ou les gobelins, l'hôtel est facile à trouver et se situe dans une rue très calme.

      La décoration des chambres que j'ai loué est tout simplement très belle, moderne et confortable.

      J'ai adoré les lumières tamisées ainsi que la lampe diffuseur d'odeurs.

      Le personnel est accueillant et particulièrement la personne à charge du petit déjeuner puisqu'elle vous accueille avec un large sourire tout en respectant mon réveil difficile; le choix du buffet du petit-déjeuner est suffisant pour satisfaire mes besoins en variétés de pains frais.

      Great Week

      from

      I've just spent 4 days in the hotel. The rooms are small but it seems like its a new hotel. Great friendly people working there. This is a cool boutique hotel (WIFI is for free). Jon

      Chic Unique Boutique

      from

      Without a doubt the best hotel I have ever stayed at. The room was decorated to the highest standard - with a LOWE TV! Needed internet access to check our flights home - they lent us a very flash laptop F.O.C. Loved the LED room numbers.

      One factor I don't think people who have slated this hotel have taken into consideration is the price. It cost 2 of us around 300euros for 3 nights with breakfast. All other hotels of the same price were really tacky and lacked any character.

      A bit on the small side maybe but didn't bother us - made it more romantic....

      So for anyone else who goes for form over function - this is THE hotel.

      J ai adoré !

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      Le Five est un hôtel très agréable, très original que je vais m'empresser de recommander auprès de mes amis pour leurs prochains séjours dans le 5ème.

      Un grand merci à toute l'équipe pour sa gentillesse et son efficacité.

      Christophe

      Lyon, France

      Tres trendy !

      from

      This is a clean, trendy hotel in a nice area of Paris. Although on the edge of the 5th it is only a couple of minutes walk from the Rue Mouffetard & 5 minutes up the hill to Pantheon. The rooms are on the small side but this is more than made up for by the quality of the furniture, fittings & bathroom - very funky ! Apparently the hotel was only opened in October 2006 & everything looks & feels brand new

      My girlfriend & I had a great romantic weekend in November & I would definitely recommend it for anyone going to Paris for a short break.

      Merci beaucoup le Five Hotel !

      Excelent Value & Service

      from

      Stayed at The Five in December 2006. The place is really nice; the room's design is really peculiar yet very enjoyable. We stayed in the room with the suspended bed. The sleeping was excellent, no noise, no annoyance. The room lighting is particularly impressive. The hotel is definitely a small one, but the service is really good: everyone speaks excellent English, is very friendly and willing to help. The location is particularly good for those who love Paris' Saint Germain area, with the main boulevard only 20min walk away. I would definitely recommend the place!

      No restaurant- no room service- tiny rooms

      from

      The internet site is really missleading...

      The only nice thing where the fiber lights, which could be switched on the night.

      We had a superior room and even the size of that was really small. The suitcases wouldn't feet in the room and when you opened the room door you faced the bed.

      Terrible size wise.

      The other thing is that there is no restaurant and no room service.

      There is only brekfast which was quite good.

      The last day I asked for a wake up call and they did not wake us up and I almost lost my flight.

      I would never go back

      More style than substance

      from

      We stayed 2 nights at this Hotel.

      Location is ok. Couple of mins walk from RER\Metro stations. Very much on the edge of the 5th.

      Hotel certainly has stylish decor however the rooms are tiny. You could only get in one side of the bed as the other was pushed up against the wall. We had problems with our window shutters (they jammed open) which were sorted by hotel staff. When we returned to our room at 4pm it still hadn't been made up. The staff were friendly but appeared inexperienced. The only restaurant recommendation given was for a Moroccan one round the corner from the hotel - poor when you think of the wide choice of places in the city.

      We wouldn't stay here again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Five Hotel Paris

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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