We stayed at Felicien for five nights. It's a wonderful hotel at a great location with easy access to many landmarks by bus, train and metro. The staff is great and very helpful. I gave 4 stars because the roms are very small for long stays. The hotel is in a very quite neighborhood. There is a spa with steam room and sauna. I definitely recommend this hotel. We enjoyed our stay.
Traveller from Bethlehem, PA USA
The new place to be will be ready soonFamous French clothing designer Olivier Lapidus has used his exceptional talent to …More
Staff went out of their way to accommodate our 2.5 year old. Putting us in a bigger room for the travel cot and providing cutlery in the evening for him to eat. Walk to the Arc de triumph approx 15-20 minutes (at 34 weeks pregnant) metro station 5 minute walk, nice breakfast selection. The only negatives would be as a ground floor room we were right next to the kichten which started to get breakfast ready before 6am and was a little noisy but I'm sure this wouldn't be a problem in any other room. The staff and Isabelle in particular were lovely. Would definitely use again.
Traveller from england
Hotel Residence Foch, with its renovated, quiet and cosy guestrooms, brings you the wonders of residential Paris. Thanks …More
Recently the subject of modernisation the money has been well spent in turning an otherwise small and cramped hotel into one where a tourist or business person would gladly spend a couple of days close to good transport, tourist sites and restaurants in the heart of Paris.
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.