Rue Keppler can be a bit tricky to find if you arrive on foot via the Metro at George V. the Receptionist was expecting us our check-in was painless and we were shown to our room by a friendly and helpful porter. Our room was an executive room on the 1st floor and was very pleasant quiet and comfortable for a short visit (2 Nights) it might be considered small if our stay had been longer. Breakfast was included in our booking but on departure it had been added to our bill, however on producing our expedia booking confirmation it was removed and they apologised without a fuss. Breakfasts had a decent variety and the waiting staff were helpful and friendly. We never saw any other staff but didn't feel this was an issue given that it was a small hotel.
Hotel was well located,clean,staff understood English and facility is close to the Trocadero and Boisserie metro stations.Bothe Eiffel Tower and Arc are walking distance.There are a lot of brasseries and good places for breakfast/lunch and dinner.A small Carrefour supermarket is just steps away from hotel (you get everything from water/juice/bread/milk/cereal,etc).
Small bar is open until midnight and is well stocked.
First things, the hotel you can walk outside and be at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, resteraunts and grocery shops all right outside the door but in a residential area. Right outside is also the metro and big bus hop on hop of tour. Rooms are small but expected but the staff is very helpful and friendly. Would stay again
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Maria was the best! She helped us in every way possible to make our trip enjoyable by calling the tour and restaurants for us! Sharing how to use the subway and how to get to place and great places to eat. Just a genuine helpful person! I am believer of small boutique hotel now! The personal touch helps very much and you get confidence that you getting good help and advice
Spent nine days in Paris in late September and made sure we stayed here because we stayed here a year ago for fourteen days. Clean establishment, friendly helpful staff and a very good safe location in Paris. Our room was #104, quite small, but nice. (We requested it again) Easy access to bus 72 which is the main tourist bus. ( bus 52 also ) Neighborhood has a societe general, a good patisserie, and two restaurants within 30 seconds from your door. A Monopris grocery is a 4 minutes walk. If we ever return to Paris we will, of course, stay here because we are very comfortable with this place and people.
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.