Located 2297 feet from Louver Museum in Paris, Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf offers free access to its indoor pool and hot tub. Everything abou this hotel was great!
Located 1640 feet from Tuileries Garden in Paris, Le Roch Hotel & Spa features an indoor swimming pool and a spa center. The hotel was small and discreet
The Victoire & Germain hotel is located in the Saint-Germain area of Paris, 0.6 mi from Noter-Dame Cathedral and 0.7 mi from the Louver Museum. I cannot thank Alexandra enough for being so kind and accommodating to my special requests to make...
Hôtel de La Tamise is in Paris, right across from the Tuileries Gardens and a few feet from the Louvre Museum. The elegantly decorated hotel features a 24-hour front desk and a bar. This was a great place to stay. Can’t beat the location, value for your money, amazing staff and we...
In a pedestrian street in central Paris, Hôtel Le Relais des Halles Paris is just over a quarter mile from the Georges Pompidou Museum. Stellar hotel, staff, comfortable rooms, great shower, and bathroom.
Located in the heart of Paris, Hotel Moliere is just a 2-minute walk from the Louver Museum and the Jardin des Tuileries. This quaint boutique hotel was perfect for our romantic get away to Paris.
Le Meurice is a hotel palace located in central Paris. It offers a 2-star Michelin restaurant as well as a spa and a fitness center with massage treatments. I liked the speedy check in and welcoming snacks.
Hôtel Le Presbytère is set in a former presbytery. It is located in the center of Paris, a mere 984 feet from the famous Pompidou Center and 1148 feet from Les Halles shopping center. Great location and a wonderful hotel. Restoration of the building done very well.
Located in the historic district in central Paris, this 4-star hotel is just 2133 feet from the Louver Museum. It features an interior courtyard and a 24-hour front desk. Location is great! The staff is amazing The room is very comfortable, Definitely be back!
Snob Hotel by Elegancia offers accommodations in central Paris, a 5-minute walk from Pompidou Center and a 4-minute walk from Châtelet - Les Halles RER Train Sation and Metro Station. Could not get a better location! The hotel exceeded my expectations and the decor was quite exotic.
Located in the 1st district of Paris, 1476 feet from Pompidou Center, Hotel Handsome By Elegancia offers accommodations with free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk. Amazing location, very clean rooms, nice & helpfull staff
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Hôtel Victoria Châtelet offers accommodations in Paris, 0.6 mi from Louver Museum. Fantasic: metro and all attractions are side by side
Hotel de Nesle is an original hotel located in the heart of Saint Germain des Près, just a 10-minute walk from the Louver and a 15-minute walk from Noter Dame Cathedral. Hotel de Nesle was the cutest find in within our budget!
Housed in a 16th-century building, Hôtel le Clos de Noter Dame is located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés district. Lovely atmosphere and nice room. Very close to Louvre, Notre-Dame. Highly recommend.
This design hotel offers soundproofed guest rooms and free WiFi access. The Louver Museum is just 1969 feet away. Decorated in an ultra-modern style, the guest rooms all have a flat-screen TV. Best location in Paris. This is my new favorite place to stay.
Located 656 feet from the Tuileries Garden, this hotel and residence is a 5-minute walk from the Louver Museum and a 3-minute walk from the nearest Metro Station. Great location, nice breakfast, litte and cozy hotel - no crowds of people, etc.
Located in a 17th century building in the heart of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, just a 10-minute walk from The Louver, this hotel offers air-conditioned guestrooms and a courtyard garden. Nice and cozy hotel to stay. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
This 17th-century private mansion is set in the Latin Quarter, just 1148 feet from Odéon Metro Station. The luxurious hotel offers a jazz bar and an interior courtyard with a fountain. Luxurious ambiance, awesome pool, one of the best locations on town for restaurants access and to...
Le Relais Saint Honoré is located in central Paris between the Jardin des Tuileries and Opéra Garnier. It offers air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV and free wired internet. We have stayed here before. The staff is pleasant and always ready to help where they can.
Nolinski Paris is set in the 1st arr. District in Paris, 1640 feet from Tuileries Garden and within easy reach from the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré shopping area. The service of the concierge and the reception was always beyond expectation they always made sure...
Hôtel Artus is in the heart of Saint Germain des Près on Paris’ chic left bank. It is a boutique hotel offering a sauna and luxury rooms and suites, 1-minute walk from Mabillon Metro Station. Room 140 is great!!! Take it! Take it!
This boutique hotel is set in a 17th century mansion in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, just 2297 feet from Noter-Dame Cathedral. We loved the location, friendly stafff, luxurious feel of our foom, lobby, & spa.
This classical style, 4-star hotel is located in the Saint Germain area of Paris. Hôtel De Buci offers luxuriously decorated rooms with antique furnishings in the heart of the Latin Quarter. Friendly and helpful staff. Fantastic location in Latin quarter.
Located in the historical district of the right bank, this hotel is set opposite Palais Royal Garden. It offers modern guest rooms with a flat-screen TV and free WiFi access. Everything was great. Very helpful, nice staff trying to make you happy all the time, I would like...
We booked a 3 hr guided tour with the Tour Guys and had a wonderful private experience when the other participants did not show up. Avi was so knowledgeable and catered to our desires. He had a great sense of humor and we really learned a lot about Renaissance art and sculpture. Discovered through him why the pyramid is an apt symbol of the museum.
Mona Lisa is not worth seeing for the Disneyland line that takes over an hour, several flights of stairs and the one minute they allow you 15 feet in front to view it -- IF you can see over the people pushing you down to take their selfies with her. You are better off appreciating it from an art history book.
We only spent a couple of hours here right before closing so it wasn't as crowded. We saw the Mona Lisa and a few other great things. It was long enough for our family. The outside pyramid and fountains were beautiful.
Make a day of it -- explore and soak it up! We had to wait an hour to see the Mona Lisa, but I knew I'd regret if I didn't see her in person, so we did it. The building itself - the former palace - is incredible to see. Ceilings, doorways... so much attention to detail. It was really amazing. We spent 8 hours there, and still didn't get to see it all!
We paid a bunch for a private tour company skip-the-the-line tours because the Louvre’s English tours were all sold out. It was so worth the money. Six people in the tour and the guide was so friendly and very very knowledgeable. It was a great tour. Worth every penny.
My whole life I've longed to go to the Louvre - and it was the most disappointing museum I've ever been to. It's so big and unorganized. SO many stairs with no other options, SO hard to navigate, and SO little I was excited to see. I can't believe how bad it was, like a crushed childhood dream. All the art history I studied, I thought I'd get to see so much more. Don't waste your time TBH - spend extra time at d'Orsay and Orangerie. And the first bathroom you come to before entering any of the wings, not only do they make you pay (HOLD it and go to a FREE bathroom further in the museum) but the guy at the "register" wasn't paying attention, I entered by money into the pay slot, got change and then paid for my mom, I don't know what happened but they accused me of lying and saying I didn't pay! Then they wouldn't give me my change! It was seriously horrible. I ended up paying an additional (ADDITIONAL) 2.50 euros just to pee. I now hate the Louvre.
The rooms are newly remodeled and very nice. The location was terrific. Just a few minutes walk to Place de Concorde, the Louvre museum, the D'Orsay museum, the Seine river, views of the Eiffel Tower, ... I could go on and on. The tree lined neighborhood is classic Paris. Busy with foot traffic, bicycles, scooters, cars and buses. You get the flavor of the pace of Paris watching them all go by. Lots of local brasseries, restaurants, markets and shops along the street outside.
The location is perfect! Right in front of the metro station (one stop from Paris North). Also located a walking distance to Louvre Museum (about 15 minutes walking)! The room was extremely comfortable and clean. The employees are super friendly and helpful. We had a small issue with the room and it was fixed right away! Excellent breakfast! When I go back to Paris I will definitely stay there!
Good location, free mini bar and open bar in the afternoon and night. The staff is really nice and caring... and very available. The hotel is really well situated in Paris, in a quite street and nearby all japanese restaurant. A few minutes walk to the Louvre museum or Vendome square. Same to the Garnier Opera.
Stunning apartment located close to Louvre Museum. The neighbourhood is fabulous with bakeries, grocery stores, supermarkets, many restaurants, very Parisian.We highly recommend it. The host (Adrian) was very helpful and had fantastic advice.
- Rooms are cozy and warm (winter time). - Bathroom clean with toiletries. - Lobby has 24 hour staffs, keys are returned to the front desk when guests leave rooms. - Location is great, we could walk to Louvre museum within 15min.
Reception staff was very helpful and nice. Excellent location. Distance to Louvre Museum is 3 min walk. Nice bakery is around the corner for breakfast. Beautiful balcony. Bathrobe and slippers were provided.
Excellent location, very close to the Louvre museum, in a neighbourhood with many restaurants and excellent ambiance. In the hotel, everything was clean and the personnel very nice and helpful.
very cozy little hotel. 5 minutes from the Louvre Museum, close to the metro station. the service is pleasant. breakfast is very minimal true.
Go to the Louvre on a Thursday, it's a lot quieter. Don't queue up at the pyramid; use the underground entrance next to the metro. If you're under 26, don't queue for a ticket, just show your passport at the entrance to the exhibitions
Choose hotels and restaurants that aren't "name-branded" chains. Explore side streets. Go to mass instead of just touring Notre Dame or Sacre Coeur. Visit the Louvre on Sunday when it is free to mingle with the locals. Take the metro instead of cabs. It's cheaper and can be part of the adventure if you live in a city without a subway.
Musee d'Orsay had an exhibition of Van Gogh's work which was amazing. I also really enjoyed Musee Rodin which has his sculptures displayed in the gardens which are worth a visit in their own right. The scent of roses was lovely. It is also great to watch the artists at work in the streets around Sacre Coeur Cathedral. The architecture of buildings in Paris is also really attractive and varied. And then there is the Louvre - really too much to take in on one visit.
Musee du Louvre is, in my opinion, the best starting place. Be prepared to spend a whole day there.
The Louvre and Musee D'Orsay for the major collections and The Orangery for Monet's Waterlillies for a taster of Impressionism.
If you pick your time it is not that busy. Definitely get onto a small group guide of the Louvre though