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"Nice hotel "
We stayed here with our 2 young children for 2 days/nights sightseeing. The hotel is nicely decorated, staff are friendly and the location suited us perfectly. It is right in the middle of the champs elysees with loads of shops and restaurants outside. We also walked to various sights, including Eiffel Tower which is about 10 mins walk away. There are slot of nice shopping areas very close to the hotel aswell. We didn't eat breakfast in the hotel but did order room service, the menu had a good selection and the food we ordered was enjoyed.
Everything was great with this hotel. I recommend it to all Paris Lovers. Specially Solene Cailly, one of guest relation managers was so helpful and kind. Thank you Solene for everything. We will never forget our fantastic memories in Paris.
"Must be much better options in Paris"
Expensive terrible room, kept awake all night by music from the restaurant underneath. Wifi very expensive and slow. Continental breakfast the next morning €42! with no price or bill provided - simply sneakily added to your bill. There must be better options nearby, perhaps it serves me right for being unimaginative and choosing a Marriott.
"Sezin Esenergul Dogan"
We are so delighted from the hotel. We stayed for 5 nights in October 2016. The personnel, the rooms, the service, the location of the hotel were all so good. That is why, I highly recommend the hotel.
"Not worth the money, but for points it's acceptable"
I travel often, and am a Marriott Premier Platinum member. On the way to Copenhagen for a business trip, I decided to spend the weekend in Paris and bring my dad along. I wanted to stay somewhere nice, so picked a higher end Marriott in the Paris area. A few thoughts about my stay: 1. Great Location-the street the hotel is on is beautiful-great shopping, great restaurants, and overall very close to tourist attractions. However, being in the middle of things can be a drawback too. We took a taxi to the Paris Philharmonie, and even though the concierge assured us that car was better than transit and the drive would be no more than 15 minutes, the drive took about an hour and cost about 50 euros, where as the transit would have been around 1.8 per person. Our mistake. 2. Older-Yes, I understand the building is historic and the Marriott brand (as opposed to some Renaissance locations) isn't as trendy-that's fine. However, the carpet was quite musty, with lots of stains and some of the bedding had dirt smudges and stains as well. I could tell things were clean so I didn't complain, but still-stains that you can't identify can be a bit off putting. Also, I typically get upgraded-and have noticed that in Europe, upgrades aren't "available." I'm not sure if this is strictly true, or if there's something in the European hotels that only allows an upgrade of one category' 3. Not worth the money, or points for that matter. Despite using points, I still will owe a surcharge for a second bed, at about 80 euros. I splurged, considering that our stay is short, but I would never pay this a second time around. Breakfast as a plat member was free, but also, at 42 euros' No egg options other than mushy scrambled eggs, and food items were often empty with staff scrambling to keep up. There's also something wrong with their food serving dishes since there was constant clanging and dropping of lids. For my dad with a cochlear implant, this was disturbing, as funny as it was. We check-out tomorrow morning, and while the stay overall wasn't bad, I think a 3/5 is fair given the value for the property. If cheaper/less points, I'd most likely rate the stay at a 4/5, as the staff was friendly and overall helpful if asked which is a major bonus in Paris. Don't think I'd return again-there are cheaper, and more up to date Marriott properties in the Paris area that would be easily accessible by public transit.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM