Top 10 Paris Hotels

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Our best Hotel experiences are at Major Hotels
(they seem to have all been swallowed-up by Accord)

We like hotels with large clean rooms
A reasonable sized bathroom
Space to move around and maybe even a view

Mercure Paris Montmartre Sacre Coeur, Paris

Hôtel Le Louis, Versailles Château – MGallery By Sofitel
You can judge a hotel by it’s breakfast
Top Notch Breakfast, Well Attended, Spacious, Fresh Food, Replentished

Novotel Paris Est, Bagnolet
Affordable, One Time we got a Suite, With Huge Bathtub and Bathroom

Le Pullman Paris Centre (Bercy)
Very Nice, Slightly Removed
Great Breakfast
Hot Room

Soffitel (La Defense)
Going Down Hill
Used to be a Bargain
Prices Going Up
Breakfast was not impressive, not well attended and stale I fear

Lesser Experiences

Not all hotels of this chain are roomy

Mercure Paris Montparnasse Raspail
Great Location, but cramped (tiny two person elevator)
(I kept bumping into myself in the room)
Slanted Loft Ceiling

Soffitel Arc d’Triomphe (actually a couple streets over from Champs Elysee
Very Tight, but top-notch fixtures and decor
Opened out onto common courtyard and the neighbors were loud

The Pear (Bastille)
Tiny, opened onto noisy French Quarter closed plaza of bars
(I could here programs on bar television)
Tiny Elevator (One Person)

Old Hotel on the Seine
Right down town, on the Seine
Tour Boats Lights came into my room
Shower so small that I feared an accident, breaking through the glass
First Room was large with a window which looked out to brick wall about a foot away
Scarey, like the 1920, not remodeled with heavy patina, afraid to touch anything
(wanted to wipe everything down)

Montmartre Apartment
(smells coming out of the refrigerator)

Opera Apartment
Nice Kitchette with Old, Well Used Plates and Pans

Cramped, with a Key that you leave in a box on the counter at the desk


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