Spent 3 nights ( Wed- Sat) in early October. Flew into Charles De Gaulle airport - Air France shuttle bus drops off only 10 mins walk away.
Hotel staff very helpful and spoke English.
Only 3 mins walk from nearest Metro (Argentine) with journey time to centre of about 10-15mins.
Very comfortable bed (especially if you have back trouble) and room was clean although paintwork is in need of attention.
Large bathroom but bath is small especially if you are a larger or taller person. Full selection of toiletries.
Being a city hotel, be prepared for early morning noise (bin lorries arrive about 6.45am) but ear plugs are effective.
Breakfast buffet is basic so, after the first day, we choose to eat in one of the local cafes which was much better value
"Lovely hotel within walking distance of Iffel Towe"
The hotel itself was excellent. What made it for us (me & the wife) was the hotel staff. All were brilliant but one named Edward was superb. Because of this our Honeymoon was made perfect and will never be forgotten. almost forgot, the food was amazing. Thank you so so much.
Good location near to the Eiffel tower, busy shops and restaurants near by. Short distance from the Metro station of the same name (Trocadéro). The building has lots of character with being quite narrow.
Charming 4-star Boutique HotelLocated in Paris this hotel offers 6 superior rooms 10 deluxe rooms including 2 family rooms …More
This beautiful little hotel is tucked just around the corner from the Champs Élysées (we're talking a thirty second walk) and the Arc de Triomphe (two minute walk). We stayed in a stylish but cosy room on the third floor with a double bed. There's a small lift enough for two people and a singular case or a lovely spiral staircase. Our bathroom is lovely and modern with little soaps and gels as you would expect. Fresh towels are given every day during the afternoon and the bed is made by housekeeping too. Couldn't seem to get the air con working together but after our first housekeeping call, they managed to sort it out for us as the room was lovely and chilled after a hot day out exploring. There is also a safe which you can use, tea-making facilities, an ironing board and iron, and space to hang your things.
The breakfast is 15 euros (or £11 converted on Expedia) which is located on the bottom floor. There is also a lovely bathroom located here too. It is a typical French breakfast that is served. We were asked whether we wanted tea or coffee and then the lady brought out a basket of pastries (croissants, pain au chocolat, baguettes, danish etc.) enough for two so we could eat at our own pace and desire. There was also juice, cereals, ham, yoghurts, toast & jams (or nutella).
Cannot fault this hotel. We had a lovely welcome and au revoir, and our concierge was ever so helpful as he gave us another map and located places to go and marked a route to get there. Loved it.
The Hotel Galileo enjoys a great location in central Paris , in the lively district of the Champs Elysées, a great place to …More
If you're looking for a hotel room for you and your older children, look no further than the family rooms at this hotel. The staff are all very efficient and friendly, although there was one member who let some needy customers rattle her, she could have remained calmer.
I can't comment on the breakfast because at twenty euros a head, it just looked overpriced.
The rooms were comfortable, attractively decorated, clean and quiet. I'd definitively recommend this hotel to a friend.
The streets southwest of the Arc de Triomphe comprise exclusive residential properties, embassies, dynamic modern architecture and smart restaurants. Riverside landmarks are the grandiose Palais de Chaillot in its fountain gardens, the Palais de Tokyo and the Maison de Radio-France (free concerts). Beyond the Périphérique, the Bois de Boulogne is a park with lakes and plentiful leisure amenities but is best avoided after dark.