Hotel de Louvre was a delight,staff attentive but not overly in your face,great location for the louvre as you,d expect and the metro was on the doorstep to check-out the rest of Paris.Lovely touch was the complimentary bottle of wine delivered to our room when they knew it was my birthday.Would recommend the hotel to anyone.
Traveller from Charroux France
Situated in the heart of the Paris, between the Louvre Museum, the Opera Garnier and the Palais Royal. Place de la Concorde …More
I really enjoyed staying at this hotel. They offered me a free upgrade to a duplex with a glass of prosecco. The duplex was nice at first, but your luggage can only fit on the ground downstairs, so it was a little annoying having to go up and down the steps each time I needed something from my bag. The dinner at the restaurant was very nice, but the portions were small, so I did not eat there again. The best aspect of the hotel is the nice staff and overall look and location of the hotel.
Traveller from Carlisle, PA
This Paris hotel is set amongst the fashion boutiques of Rue Cambon in the centre of Paris, 200 metres from Place Vendome.More
Had a marvelous "partial" sea view (room 502, I think) from the room with a small step-out balcony. Great location in a very walk-able area! Interestingly enough, also stayed at Mercure (in the same building) a couple of floors lower - and had the same great view for less $$$. Mercure's lobby is nowhere near as impressive as Le Meridien, but if you don't care what your hotel lobby looks like, you may be able to save by booking Mercure.
Traveller from Las Vegas NV
Looking out over the beach 1.8 miles (3 km) south of the city center, Le Meridien Nice places guests right on Promenade des …More
We were upgraded to the seaside room. Much appreciated/Thank you.
The location is awesome, just across from the Promenade des Anglais. There are PLENTY of restaurant within the walking distance.
We also took the train to Monaco one day; easy to locate. The staff was extremely helpful.
The restaurant food is bland, but could be grave generalization of the french cuisine in general. We had breakfast (buffet) all three days - same menu, which does get old. Other than, awesome hotel, great staff and location simply is immpecable. We would stay here again.
Traveller from San Francisco, CA
Guests can gaze out at the Mediterranean and stroll the famous Promenade des Anglais outside Hotel Westminster, which is …More
My conference venue was originally about a 15 minute walk from the Radisson when I booked but changed the week before the conference to the Palais Mediterranee (Hyatt) nearer to the other end of the Promenade des Anglais. Hotel is fine with modern facilities. Internet was solid. Nothing around for food (particularly on the weekend) outside of the hotel whose pricing for things like breakfast was high. There are a few small storefronts and a few tiny places to eat (e.g., Pizza/salad, Kebabs) on the city side but nothing very appealing nearby. Concierge was helpful in locating a laundromat (pretty unattractive too) and booking a tour for us. Neighborhood is not particularly attractive once off the Promenade des Anglais. Construction was taking place for city plumbing on the city side of the hotel so noisy for the first few days. You can get to more interesting areas of Nice fairly easily with buses on the Promenade des Anglais just across the street from the Radisson Bleu. Buy a week pass for best value (e.g., at the airport when you arrive).
Traveller from Florida
Located on the famous Promenade des Anglais, Radisson Blu Hotel, Nice overlooks its own private pebble beach (surcharge) on …More