The hotel was lovely especially the outdoor heated pool. The area however seems somewhat run down. It's a 10 minute walk from metro station and easiest way is to leave station through the shopping mall. We used this hotel as a base whilst visiting Disney which is just 10 minutes down the line.
Located in the business district, this family-friendly hotel is within 20 mi (32 km) of Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, Paris …More
Following looking at the hotel website and all the pictures we decided to celebrate our 30 wedding anniversary in central Paris staying at the Baltimore Hotel.
We could not fault the staff here unfortunately our room was nothing like the photos:(
Very small with a view of a wall and noisy air-con units, also some '' other'' guests did not seem to mind slamming doors at various times through the night.
We would return however maybe not in this room !!
Traveller from Cheshire UK
Paris hotel designed by Lorin and Eiffel, located 300 metres from the Trocadéro, 800 metres from the Arc de Triomphe and 1 km …More
We loved our stay, amazingly helpful staff, they would suggest great restaurants and were very knowledgable. Concierge was very kind and helped us organize a day trip to champagne! Rooms were super clean and luxurious. Housekeeping did a superb job cleaning our room!
Traveller from toronto, canada
Located in a 19th-century townhouse and reopened after renovation in 2007, this Paris hotel is 50 meters from the …More
"Perfect location for exploring town, and old town."
You can easily walk from the main square, and from the Hotel de Ville metro stop to this hotel. You can easily walk to the Old Town across the river, and up to the Basilica.
AND, you can rent their tandem, and head out along the river bike paths for lots of green space.
Traveller from Victoria, Canada
Located in 1st Arrondissement, this boutique hotel is steps from Lyon Museum of Fine Arts and Terreaux Square. Lyon City Hall …More
We enjoyed our stay, but we should have been told that internal renovations were ongoing from early morning during our stay; noisy.
None of the doors closed with the exception of the room entrance door so internal works needed.
Bathroom mirror remained steamed up.
None of these faults would deter us from returning but hotel should have been more informative.
Built in 1912, the hotel overlooks Nice's Promenade des Anglais and is one of the world's few remaining privately owned …More