Le Meridien Etoile
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I booked through an agency who said the Meridien was one of their recommended hotels, I checked Trip Adviser and noted the mixed reviews. I wanted a hotel with parking and decided to take the risk. Tuesday and Wednesday.I was really pleased with the location, obviously recently refurbished and a good style. The receptionist was very friendly and helpful, as were all the staff. Breakfast was included with my booking and there was a good range of hot and cold food, the staff were particularly welcoming. The room was clean and comfortable as you would expect of a large chain hotel. Bar prices were a bit steep and €8 for a small bottle of tonic but it's Paris!My stay was straight forward and I didn't have any specific demands, so in fairness I couldn't fault despite the mixed reviews.
This hotel is only a few blocks from the Arc de Triumph, and next to a Metro stop, so it's convientient to get to the Paris sites. BUT it's right across from the Convention Center, so it is busy all the time. Long lines for breakfast seating, lines to check in/out.Rooms well appointed, free WiFi. Breakfast is amazing once you're seated. Fresh pastries, fruit, local cheese, omelet bar, everything.
Good rooms, welcoming amd friendly staff, amazing location. Clean, nice, big rooms, tasty food, huge lounge.Close to shopping neighbourhood, Palais des Congrès, and metro station (ligne 1).However, The Queue for breakfast is out of this world!!!
I have been coming to Paris both for work and pleasure for the last 11 years so I know first-hand a lot of hotels. The big charmless and soulless chain hotels are only for business, so it fits a purpose. They are meant to be efficient or cater to a certain type of tourist. This hotel falls in this category: large number of room, modern, clean, convenient and just like many of this type of hotels around the world – it could be anywhere and the standards are the same, and people want and expect that.I booked this hotel only because my friends from the US were staying here so as I was here for one night only for dinner with them, it was the practical choice for me. However, I disliked the experience from the check in to the experience with concierge. They could benefit from being more attentive and kind. The room frigobar was empty of any content, zippo, nada - even though as usual they blocked my credit card for potential charges. There was no coffee making apparatus nor a single bottle of water in the room - which are very basic minimums in most hotels. So I had to drink water from the bathroom sink. And apparently the coffee kettle is not provided due to security reasons – but other hotels do. And a bottle of water is a minimum elsewhere.Room is small but most hotel rooms are so in Paris relatively speaking. I paid Euro120 per night which is very decent price but would gladly pay more to stay elsewhere. Paris got a lot of lovely hotel choices with real Parisian charm, I would not make this one again in the future.
I was in Paris for business with 10 colleagues we all stayed at the hotel. The hotel was amazingly beautiful, a nice combination of French retro style with all the mod-cans of modern live. Hotel is a great location a short distance for the Arc de Triumph, I would recommend the boris bikes as a good way of getting around. My only negative is the cost as rooms are €180+, breakfast is €25 for nice but nothing special and don't get me started on room service €28 for a club sandwich and €8 for a can of coke.
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- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
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- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 1 a la carte restaurant featuring French cuisine
- Gift shop
- Meeting facilities
- Business centre
- Internet station
- Tour desk
- Room service
- Laundry services
- 1 double bed or 1 or 2 twin beds
- Full bathroom
- Telephone with voice mail
- Cable/satellite television
- Hair dryer
- Clock radio
- Mini-bar Safe
- Occupancy: 2 adults
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Le Meridien EtoileParis,France
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81 Boulevard Gouvion Saint-Cyr Cedex 17, 75848 Paris France
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