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Le Meridien Etoile in Paris, France
Welcoming guests for over a quarter of a century, Paris' Le Meridien Etoile assures guests a harmonious combination of comfort and modernism. Following a complete renovation, the hotel has been skillfully designed to suit all holiday desires in its extensive selection of warmly furnished guestrooms and suites. Enjoy the sounds at Jazz Club Lionel Hampton, a renowned jazz club where greats such as BB King and Count Basie have entertained locals and visitors alike. Then savor tastes from around the world at L'Orénoc, where you'll delight in refined African-Asian fusion cuisine.
Nestled at the edge of the Bois de Boulogne and its charming lake, just a few streets away from the Palais de Congress, the hotel is ideal for exploring the pleasures of the city's acclaimed Right Bank. Considered the most fashionable area in the city and a bastion of luxury and chic, it boasts the shopper's paradise of the Champs Elysees and such world-famous landmarks as the Eiffel Tower, the River Seine and the Louvre. You are also just minutes from the renowned Moulin Rouge Cabaret, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Opera district.
Location of Le Meridien Etoile
Nearest Airport: ORY
Reviews for Le Meridien Etoile
We stayed there twice Great room modern style Fantastic bed with great matress and pillows Nice bathroom Good breakfast in bed We had also brunch very good fantastic buffet with a lot of choices the pastries were great Nice area very lively
Been a fan of Le Meridien, and their Paris branch did not fail to amaze me. Location was under five minutes walking distance the nearest train station, and there's a mini mall opposite the hotel. A slow walk of 30 minutes would bring you to Champs Elysees. Room is spacious, and there's a writing desk, with a small coffee table by the corner. Although there isn't any mini bar, there's a vending machine at each floor for last-minute snacks and drinks (there's a dedicated machine for Kronenbourg 1664). My room had a bathtub, which is great for the winter. Service is fabulous, and Esther had been a great help. She made checkin a breeze, and her cheerful nature thaw the cold weather. Never regret booking LM, and looking forward to stay with them again.
_ave_eo - Singapore, Singapore
The hotel rooms are smaller than what I'm accustomed to in the US, but it was perfect for the few days we spent in Paris, it's super convenient - there are a lot of restaurants and pubs around the hotel that are walkable and the metro is also super close. Right across the street is a bus that goes straight to Charles De Gaulle airport for like 20 euro - which is super cheap in comparison to an Uber! The staff was super friendly and helpful with questions about things to do in the city. If you're looking for tickets to museums they have them there, but they also have wifi, you could simply go online and purchase tickets for cheaper. I would stay there again - not sure about pricing because we used hotel points.
EllePei - Houston, Texas
Stayed here for three days on business and it was an excellent stay, the room was lovely and a great size which was a surprise. The bed was just so comfortable and the hotel has really nice toiletries in the bathroom. Used the gym both mornings, it was well equipped but busy as you would expect for a large hotel. The food was excellent during our stay with lunch the first day a real highlight. Would most definitely recommend this hotel and would be very happy to re visit again in future.
SusanG_8 - London
Iâ€™ve already stayed in Le Medirien Etoile and I didnâ€™t change my perspectie about my stay experience and the infraestructure. Itâ€™s a good infra, good area, nice hotel, good location, though it seems that the employees donâ€™t give you a special attention as the small hotels in Paris because it has a really huge guests flow! Nobody cares for you! it has big lines to check in and out, and I found a small cockroach inside my bathroom, thats not a thing you could expect from a 5 star rated hotel! The concierge was really rude to me when i asked if he could do a reservation for an exhibition in Paris, he said they didnâ€™t sell this type of ticket and that was a really crowded weekend so I have to be â€śbriefâ€ť about what i wanted.. cause i asked more opinions about museums etc. Whatâ€™s the point on having a concierge which is not kind? More, the employees working in the breakfast took to long to serve coffe and stuff. Wouldnâ€™t get back with the same price i payed - was expensive for having such a disappointment
Nathalie N - Sao Paulo, SP