Technically this hotel is a Best Western. When I say technically, I mean actually, but the little boutique hotels that fall under this brand in Paris are so far removed from what we think of when we envision a Best Western that it is almost laughable.
This hotel it in the heart of everything, we walked to the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, D’Orsay, all the cafes, and what we couldn’t walk to we could get a quick metro ride.
The rooms are decorated in very traditional french style with wallpaper that matches the curtains and the bedding and all that jazz. We had an upholstered wall…. The room was large by Paris standards as was the bathroom. The smallest thing was the elevator which was the size of a linen closet. First my husband went up, then he sent the elevator back down. Then I rolled the suitcases in and sent them up to him on their own, then I went up. Ya, that small. But who cares right?
The breakfast is included and served in a light filled atrium on the lower level. Meats, cheeses, pastries, hot chocolate, coffee – really I was in a carb coma before we left the hotel.
This is a great jumping off point for your day in Paris and soft place to land at the end.