Stayed as a couple for a couple of nights. The room was pleasant and clean but there was no information in the room and no room service menu.
The hotel was very basic, the breakfast was limited and the same every day.
The worst thing about this hotel is that they are under staffed. It took us 30 minutes to queue to the check out desk and then another 20 minutes to speak to someone regarding our luggage. When we visited the spa, we then again had to queue for 20 minutes just to speak to someone.
One thing I loved about this hotel was how quiet it was. Considering there were a lot of children around, we didn't hear anything during the night. The odd loud person walking down the corridors but once everyone is in their rooms you cannot hear anything :)
Overall, value for money I thought it was good. The shuttle service was great, we never waited more than 5 minutes on both ends.
Traveller from London
Overlooking landscaped gardens, this chateau-inspired hotel is just beside Disneyland Paris® and close to Val d'Europe …More
Excellent stay. Friendly staff. Incredible room. We were upgraded to the duplex suite - incredible!!!
We loved coming back to Elliott, the hotel cat in the lobby. A perfect touch.
The location is perfect, near shopping and walking distance to landmarks.
Traveller from chicago
This Paris hotel is set amongst the fashion boutiques of Rue Cambon in the centre of Paris, 200 metres from Place Vendome.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
We stayed for 3 nights in January. We booked a superior room and got a free upgrade which was nice. Used the (pricey) valet parking as well. Staff were very professional and helpful. Lovely huge room with a huge bed and roll top bath my partner enjoyed. Unfortunately we had a problem with noise from the rooms above. Scraping furniture, what sounded like children running around. All at 7am. The decor is amazing with so many interesting sculptures, painting etc. Loved the lift.
Built in 1912, the hotel overlooks Nice's Promenade des Anglais and is one of the world's few remaining privately owned …More