Hotel Le Royal Rive Gauche
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This hotel has a nice decor and warm ambience. Rooms feature plasma TVs and mini bars. There are lots of places to eat in the area and it's close to Luxembourg Gardens.
I stayed here on a business trip and I was not disappointed. The staff is friendly. The rooms are clean. You are close to a lot of Paris' attractions. Of course, you could always take a taxi or the Paris Metro to get you to just about anywhere you desire.
My husband and I stayed here for 6 nights on a birthday trip for me. This is my third trip to Paris and we passed on staying in other Marriott/Starwood properties available to stay in a new neighborhood (14e) and on the left bank. Here is my list of pros and cons.Pros:- First, I have to say that every employee we came in contact with was friendly, helpful and pleasant. There are reviews that say otherwise but that just wasn't our experience.- We had a 14th floor city view hotel where you can see the Pantheon and Tour Monparnasse well and the Sacre Coeur (if there isn't a crane perfectly blocking your view), that said, we really only slept in the room, so it wasn't an issue for us. - The hotel is located between two metro stops and very close to one with RER B and C connections handy for getting to/from the airport and connecting to other metro lines.- The hotel is in a great location, albeit much less touristy and more residential than most visitors experience, the catacombs are near by as well as other left bank sights you'd be interested in. - Restaurants and Fanprix (grocery store) nearby are a plus and many are open late.- The breakfast restaurant at the hotel has a large selection of items, we started 3 of our days off here.Cons:- The hotel is a bit dated and they are working on renovations.- We did find a few things dirty by Marriott standard. Our room was dusty, glasses were dirty and it took a long two days to get soap replaced/topped up. In the restaurant we encountered two dirty forks/spoons and mugs. Overall, I'd give this hotel another try once they've updated the spaces, I think that will really turn the cons list around. Afterall, you are in Paris!
This 18 floor conference hotel was the venue for annual technical telecommunication event. Peaceful location, yet very reachable from CDG airport with RER B train. Asked for high floor during reservation and got room for three nights on the floor 15. Nice view towards southern part of Paris. Easy access to the connected conference center. Helpful concierge gave recommendations for two dinner restaurants within 10 to 15 minutes walk.
I've stayed here couple times from my past trips to Paris and this will be my LAST especially being here with my family. The nightmare starts when William checked us in. Mediocre checked in by Wiliam and nothing was WOWed even though I told him I have been here before. He gave me two rooms, one was for my brother and the other was mine. The rooms were both on the same floor and as soon as I tried to open my room, my room's door was so hard to open that you need two people to open it. I thought it was just a minor issue so I didn't want to call them till I go down later. I started to unpack my clothes and settle in and within 20 mins, I got a call from the front desk that they need to come up to fix my door. Weird? I never even call them and they have to send up engineering to fix my door. Okay, it's fine so they came up and opened my door and was trying to fix it for good old 10 minutes. May I tell you how annoying it is after a long flight and all you wanted to do is to sleep and shower but you cannot because there are two strangers in your room trying to fix your door lock. First off, the room was NEVER ready to be checked in and given to guest so I don't know where communication fell short on that and after waiting for 10 mins, the two guys finally gave up and told the front desk they need to move me. WOW. I settled in and they told me I need to move. Okay, that took another 15 minutes for them to run up the keys and get me into another room. I feel like they should at least offer some sorts of compensation for the inconveniences but NOPE! Not even a word of an apology that they made a mistake. I find it very odd but again I did not want to make a scene as I was too tired to deal with them. I was finally able to settle in my new room and the room smells like smoke but again by this point, I was so tired that I didn't even want to deal with changing to another room. Here's the other part of my story, I tried to go and workout and the fitness center is quite dirty and when I tried to use the bathroom, the men's locker room must be doing some sorts of construction because there was NO sink for you to wash your hand after you go to the bathroom.I don't understand why they even allowed guest to use the bathroom if there are parts of the bathroom not usable. This is crazy! I will never stay here again because of how they handle this issue. Okay, so another part of our stay was my brother's room. There was construction ( Above where we were) and NO one ever told us that there will be construction above us. BEWARE if you are a light sleeper. The carpets are wearing off in the hotel and the rooms seem to be very tired. I cannot believe how many years they haven't done a renovation. Okay, now the lobby! I don't understand why there are always so many people down in the lobby and yet NO ONE ever acknowledged your presence. I felt cold among the staffs here. No one seems to acknowledge you when you are coming back from the hotel and they kept looking at you like you did something wrong. Again, if I have to rate their service here for a Marriott, they are getting a 4 out of 10.
this hotel is a business hotel...nothing to write home about...stayed here two nights in paris on a leisure trip ...rooms are small as expected in europe..the beds were tiny frankly speaking...good thing about his hotel was that the rooms were very clean...service was good...property is aging over all....but still a good hotel if you are a marriott loyalist with a budget in paris...in terms of location...hotel is pretty far from the city center...but there are still some cafes in the area...but the surrounding area seemed residential.
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- 48 rooms
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Hotel Le Royal Rive GaucheParis,France
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17 Boulevard Saint Jacques, 75014 Paris France
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