At the core of the prestigious 7th arrondissement, located in a quiet residential neighborhood, you will uncover a hotel embodying “true Parisian chic". A discreet address, situated in the heart of the quarter (rue Cler, rue St Dominique), and steps away from Paris’s most acclaimed monuments. The symbolic dome of Les Invalides is within walking distance to the hotel and the Eiffel Tower and Le Musee Rodin are in close proximity.
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"Absolutely beautiful and stunningly designed modern hotel"
After a long travel day from Spain to France, and staying at decent hotels during my whirlwind Europe tour last week, this place was surprisingly delightful! I knew it was going to be nice, but not this nice! The hotels that were rated the same in Spain did not compare to how beautiful and modern this hotel was. The staff was extremely friendly and even showed you to your room and showed you how to work the high-tech lights etc. haha. The beds were super comfy and the bathroom was super nice. Rooms were a good size too. Not super big, but I did not feel cramped at all. We did have breakfast and drinks at the hotel. It's kind of pricey for what it is, but decent if you don't feel like venturing around (but please VENTURE around, you're in Paris for goodness sakes lol). Oh and the hotel gym was underwhelming for such a first class hotel, it had 1 elliptical machine, 1 treadmill, and some small gym weight machine thing but no free weights. The location is great, but we did have to Uber or take the metro to the Eiffel tower and the Louvre since it was kind of a long walk and it was raining. But other than that, I would 100% stay there again.
WE have spent 2 nights into the suite (based on 2 floors). Staff was just awesome .we have used the concierge services, he was just amazing. Knowing every places and all was successful. Very high class place and very trendy. If you want s very well located hotel, here you go! You
"Wonderful week in Paris at this botique hotel in the 7th arr. on the left bank"
My wife and I stayed at Le Cinq Codet for 7 nights the first week in November. This hotel is truly first class! The staff is very friendly and accommodating and go out of their way to make your stay an enjoyable one. The location is perfect - a charming residential area of Paris near the Eiffel Tower and the rue Cler. You can walk to many of the tourist sights and the metro is nearby and is very easy to navigate. Breakfast was included with our room and was very good - many choices which were all delicious. We had breakfast in our rom one morning as we were leaving very early for a day trip to the Normandy beaches. Promptly at 6:00AM a delicious breakfast was brought to our room - a great way to start our day! Please Note - the duplex room which we chose was wonderful, however please be aware that the sleeping area has no bathroom and is accessed via a 14 step winding stairway. If you are not comfortable with stairs opt for another type of room. All in all I would highly recommend this hotel!
The hotel space is stunning; blonde oak deco meets high tech ingenuity. I would guess it's the perfect spot for business travelers. It's incredibly quiet for a city hotel and close to Les Invalides, great restaurants, shops and the Eiffel Tower. I'm not sure what the "regular" rooms run, but we booked a 1-bedroom suite for three nights. It looks down upon the "exercise/spa room (ha ha!)" hot tub in the inner court. The downside of this is that anyone who chooses to sit in the spa gets to see and be seen and we got the full benefit of also hearing their conversations, and smelling their cigarettes, for hours on end. There's a bit of voyeuristic seductiveness to this, but at the same time, at this price point, I'd like to choose my own conversations. Maybe a curfew and non smoking' There was a bit of confused fumbling with the very high tech gadgetry of the room (I thought of sci-fi films where the 'room' takes on a personality of it's own). Sometimes this was a good thing and sometimes a bit of form over function. For instance, there's little labeling to be had in the fifty light switches in the room, nor a keypad that is western, so the interactive tv screen was useless to me. Maybe managment could add a book on how to operate the room. The bank of closets is genderless - no drawers to speak of (what is with the new hotels that have no drawers for undies or cabinets in the bathroom for gels and lotions that you want to put out of view'). The afore mentioned light switches also features a "do not disturb" light above the door that became a bit of a communication barrier with housekeeping and room service, simply because there's no way to see if it's on when you're inside the room. We also had to choose carefully which of our gadgets to recharge because there was a lack of electrical outlet banks. Room service was spotty at best - we never had breakfast delivered on time or as ordered. That said, when breakfast arrived, it was the most beautifully presented I've ever seen and the eggs - mon dieu - were prepared perfectly! Housekeeping was a bit puzzling - the room was cleaned when we were gone for the day but there were dirty dishes left on the table in the living area more than once. There were also aspects of the hotel that were dazzling: the room is sexy gorgeous and the bed is oh so comfortable, the fixtures and design are stunning, the hotel staff is infectiously courteous, and the location cannot be beat. In fine weather, the restaurant courtyard is probably a great place to have a drink or eat dinner. Our concierge booked us at a restaurant close by that we loved and gave us invaluable advice on walking tours and sights. When management works out the kinks, this hotel will be unbeatable and no one will ever leave with a quizzical look.
"Beautiful hotel, great location"
Stayed there for a week with my wife. Nice discrete hotel on a quiet street near Hotel des Invalides and the Eiffel Tower. Very high attention to details and very professional staff. We had a room with breakfast included; well worth it!
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB)
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM