December 15, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
There are no tea or coffee making facilities in the rooms. I enquired with the concierge if this was available and was told to ring room service. Room service could provide me with tea, but not tea making facilities, for ā¬11.50!!! Who pays ā¬11.50 for a cup of tea?! If a travelodge or PremierInn can manage to put a kettle and a couple of tea bags in their rooms I would expect this 4*hotel to be able to do the same.
rachel880 - Cambridge, United Kingdom
The golden days of this hotel has gone with the wind of the global competition. It took me 27 minutes to check in. Donāt ask me how and why, especially when we are at the door of the year 2018. Rooms are slightly larger than my car Opened the minibar, was a bit thirsty and the fun it was empty Asked the reception by phone and their answer āhotel policyā SPG member has no status thereš... In short.....unless you are forced to stay in this hotel, Paris is full of better ones!
The hotel overall is good. At the check in; i was given a room on the 04th floor, which did smell very funny. I went back to the reception and was given another room on the 06th floor, which was ok. The overall quality of the hotel and cleanness is ok. Special mention about the breakfast: 1- The american coffee quality they serve at breakfast is MEDIOCRE. If you are a good coffee amateur on morning time; don't expect miracles. 2- Waiters: They are helpful; but they have an attitude issue in general. It feels more like if you are asking for a favor each time (except for the one who prepares the omelettes). I have stayed in many hotels in Paris (4 stars); Le Meridien waiters on morning shift have by far my lowest rating; when compared to Melia, Intercontinental, etc..
BilsDubai - Dubai
This hotel was nice but very busy in terms of business people coming and going and abuzz. The restaurant was pretty good. It is fairly close to other restaurants and sights. The room was nice. WiFi was not very reliable.
We enjoyed our stay at this hotel. Room could have been a bit larger but it was well appointed and the bed was very comfortable. We stayed on the concierge level and enjoyed the breakfast offerings and all day snacks and beverages. The location was ideal right near the Arc de Triomphe and had many great restaurants and shops within a block or two. Very enjoyable stay.
rhonda512 - new jersey