I enjoyed my stay here and the bus to Disney land made it a hassle free one too
The shower however was cold and the breakfast service even though had a fantastic selection of food seemed a bit disorganised and people were fighting for plates
Overall though it was a great place and I will use it again
Traveller from b
Overlooking landscaped gardens, this chateau-inspired hotel is just beside Disneyland Paris® and close to Val d'Europe …More
Excellent location for all museums, parks, shops and restaurants - walking distance to everywhere.
Also beautifully quiet which was unanticipated........
High quality hotel - a great find!
(family with teenage daughter)
Traveller from UK
This Paris hotel is set amongst the fashion boutiques of Rue Cambon in the centre of Paris, 200 metres from Place Vendome.More
Great location, Wonderful staff, beautiful hotel near metro and many tourist sites. Room wasn't quite ready when we got there but staff went out of there way to accommodate us. The Executive lounge was absolutely fantastic and well worth it. Would definitely stay here again and recommend to friends or family. Paris in spring is magical and with the Easter activities it was something even more special.
Traveller from Thousand Oaks
A modern seven-storey Paris hotel inspired by the Art Deco style, overlooking Parc de Monceau, one kilometre from the …More
I got a really good deal on the room rate plus plane ticket from Expedia, But the rate did not include Breakfast; 40 Euros. A fairly simple supper in the ordinary restaurant was equally expensive and a G&T in the bar for Eur 25. Need I say more.
It took ages to get the water hot enough to shower, a good job I was not in a hurry.
The Ocean view required opening the window, leaning out and looking to the right.
The room was large and the bed had it's own post code. Probably could sleep a family of four plus the grandparents.
This chic 1920s hotel overlooks La Croisette, Cannes' famous promenade near the Mediterranean sea; Palais des Festivals is a …More
The hotel is unique in it's combination of art and utility. The location is directly at the beach and some rooms have exquisite views.
The staff is very attentive.
I would avoid the 2 * Michelin Chantecler.
We tried the chef's 8 course surprise dinner with pairing wine and were xtremely disappointed. To much emphasis on presentation and gimmicks at the expense of taste. We paid about $650 for 2 which was way overpriced. The service however was immaculate.
Overall a nice stay save the dinner @ Chantecler
Traveller from JVO NY
Built in 1912, the hotel overlooks Nice's Promenade des Anglais and is one of the world's few remaining privately owned …More