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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"Most modern and Nice"
An excellent and modern furniture, excellent service from the staff. breakfast menu need to be reviewed and variable choices should be added. The inside dining not opened 24 Hrs which is negative specially for travels who come late. Overall the hotel is an excellent place to stay and DO NOT GO FOR DUPLIX ROOM because it is too narrow. Just like if you in a boat although the room size is 30 m/sq but it is but for both floors
"Five Star Fail"
After a very enjoyable five night stay at the beginning of my trip, I chose to return to Le Cinq Codet for an additional three nights prior to leaving Paris. All positive sentiments about this hotel have been erased after the second stay. The problem was minor: a clogged shower drain. The response: unacceptable. At $380 per night, a functioning shower is expected. Having the shower and bathroom floor flood (yes, flood) is unacceptable, unsanitary and beyond inconvenient. Getting ready with standing water in front of the vanity is unacceptable and trudging through standing water to use the toilet is unacceptable. I notified the front desk of this issue on Thursday evening. I was assured this would be addressed that day. Still clogged on Friday. I again notified the front desk. Assured it would be taken care of that day. And advised housekeeping Friday evening, who cleaned up the flooded bathroom while I was at dinner. I was assured this would be taken care of promptly on Saturday...but it was not. Each day I returned to my room assuming the problem had been remedied during the day. It never was. Each day I had to resort to finishing bathing in the open air tub, which is cold and very difficult to get in and out of as the sides were high (I'm 5' 8" and received a nasty bruise on my leg from slipping while getting out). Judging from the water stains on the window treatment above the tub, other travelers had a similar experience to me. The lack of response from management is appalling. I complained upon checkout on Sunday morning. The hotel manager, who was in a meeting at 9:30 am, offered to comp two 29 euro breakfasts for my trouble. I balked and was assured I would be contacted via email. I checked out almost 72 hours ago and still nothing. Do yourself a favor and find another five star hotel - Paris is full of them.
"5 Star Hotel indeed"
In a quiet tree-lined street behind Les Invalides sits this little jewel of a hotel (in an Art-Deco former telephone exchange). We stayed 3 nights in a duplex-room with Bed and Tub upstairs. Everyone from the reception staff to the maids to the bell staff were always friendly and helpful. Linens, toiletries, robes etc. are of a high quality. Breakfast is expansive (and expensive!) but in a lovely setting.
"Outstanding experience in every way - could not have imagined a more perfect place to stay in Paris!"
This hotel was outstanding in every possible way. The staff were incredibly kind and attentive, the location was perfect - quiet and tucked away down a small street but still mere steps away from a Metro stop, tons of cafés and brasseries, a short walk to the Eiffel Tower, and more. And the room was GLORIOUS!! It was spacious and open, with great lighting, stunning modern décor. It was outfitted with all new high-tech amenities and GREAT WiFi speed. The bed and bedding was extremely comfortable. The bathroom was spacious and outfitted with sleek, modern fixtures. Water pressure in the shower was epic. We absolutely loved everything about this hotel. It was the perfect place to stay on our honeymoon, and if/when we come back to Paris, we would not want to stay anywhere else.
"Great Trip to Paris"
Had a most comfortable stay at this hotel. The facilities were good, staff very helpful and friendly and it was in a great location. It was quiet but in easy walking distance of the Eiffel Tower and Les Invilides. The room was good and the bed very comfortable. However, I am not certain if I would choose a duplex room again, an interesting concept which overall gave one more floor space but meant going up and down the stairs to visit the loo at night. There was also a lack of hooks to hang towels and bathrobes on. The breakfast was very good.
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