January 7, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Le Royal Monceau in Paris, France
Championing the French tradition of "art de vivre," Le Royal Monceau in Paris presents an elegant and timeless Parisian gateway in an exclusive neighborhood celebrated for its haute couture. Since its debut in 1928, the hotel has hosted both the celebrated and the notorious, from Sir Winston Churchill to Robert de Niro and Madonna. Deluxe guestrooms and suites overlook brilliant private gardens, where flowers bloom year round and where intimate fireplaces and sweeping ceilings are merely the beginning of the hotel's luxurious attention to detail.
This veritable palace of fetching French atmosphere is just steps away from the historic and acclaimed Champs Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe, and the capital city's premier shopping avenue, Faubourg Saint Honore. You'll easily lose yourself in the charm of nearby sites, from legendary museums and sidewalk cafes to the River Seine. When you do find your way back, you'll want to settle into your 60-square-foot bed or at Les Thermes, the hotel's luxuriant and exclusive health and fitness center. On the property, the Michelin-starred Le Jardin affords guests a marvelous culinary voyage through the flavors of Provence.
Location of Le Royal Monceau
Nearest Airport: PAR
Amenities for Le Royal Monceau
- General Information
- 203 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Beauty Salon
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Historic Sites
- Food & Wine
Reviews for Le Royal Monceau
Nice rooms and good service. The location of this hotel is great as it is very centrally located. The rooms are nicely appointed and very comfortable. In the heart of everything as the Champs Elysees and the Arch De Triumph are just minutes away on foot. Nice accommodations if you do not want to stay at the usual haunts.
foodloversacto - Sacramento, California
Spontaneous trip from the UK to Paris. Always wanted to stay here so I made it real. Love the mirror bathroom. The bed is so comfy. Welcomed by lots of sweet and macaroon when i got into the room. Lots of art work in the hotel and the gift shop in the lobby is GREAT! Breakfast in the restaurant on ground floor is amazing and love sitting outside at the garden too!
Joey85244 - Hong Kong
There is no doubt that the location is convenient. For Catholic travelers, St Joseph's Church is just across the street, 300 meters from the hotel. For the serious tourists and shoppers, Champs Elysse is just 2 parallel streets away. Arrival experience was great, being welcomed by a majestic building filled with heritage. The external Christmas decor was simple yet elegant with a dose of pageantry. The interior of the hotel was most unassuming. Modern lines and design surrounds the lobby with an avant-garde library of coffee table books. The lifts are the best, designed with a front door access and a rear door egress. This means when you pull your cabin bag in, you do not have to reposition yourself to face the lift door, but you can just face the rear door as you enter. A very clever move. The suite design is phenomenal, typical Starck design. Lots of mirror and glass doors in the bathroom which will help you gauge your body mass in whichever position you are at. Suite decor is very eclectic, youngish but will still be very appealing to the older crowd. The only shortfall is the difficulty in working out the light switches as they look like door hinges from afar. Arrival and check out service was great, very friendly service oriented individuals. Will definitely return again and would recommend this hotel.
SQ380JC - Shanghai, China
Stayed here Thanksgiving Weekend. From the second I arrived to the second I left our experience was amazing. We were lucky enough to get a suite with a balcony overlooking the Avenue. Room was amazingly beautifuly decorated with a lot of eye candy. Bathroom was to die for with mirrors from floor to ceiling ( Very Sexy ) with a stand alone tub. The lobby bar was a great place to have a drink. They had great music similar to Buddha Bar. To our delightful surprise the breakfast room becomes Nobu in the evening. The indoor pool has to be one of the nicest indoor pools I have ever experienced. Was not cheap our stay as we paid roughly 1200 per night but was such an amazing experience. The only thing I was not impressed with was the breakfast. Breakfast is the main meal I look forward to in a hotel since most of my other meals will be outside. The presentation was nice but the selection was not to my likeing. All said I would go back in a heart beat.
I have to sadly report that after my 9th stay at the Royal Monceau, the experience has gone down-hill quite a bit. Upon arrival at 19:30 on a Friday night ready for a delightful weekend in Paris with my partner, the reception confirmed I was allocated a quiet â€˜deluxe roomâ€™ in the private area of the hotel. I stayed there once, it is in the area where the hotel has all the premium suites, but I could remember that I did not like the room and had signalled it clearly when I left. Unfortunately we were put exactly in that same room again, #343. I immediately mentioned that I did not like the room, but the gentlemen who accompanied us told me it was the last room they had available. In a nutshell, the room has no bathroom (for those who know, the Royal Monceau bathrooms are exquisite even in the regular rooms) but instead this one has a single wash tub and a shower pretty much part of the room...storage is dismal. In essence, the way I see it, this is an add-on room for the large adjacent suite for the staff/nanny...not a deluxe room, far from it. Upon my discontent, the gentleman at reception told me he would call me back to see if they had another room available...we stayed put...After 10 minutes, a lady called me back to say that unfortunately, the hotel was fully booked for the night and there was nothing she could do but promised me that she would let me know if a better deluxe room would become available for the second night...it was the last time I heard of her/the reception. Again, having stayed at the hotel 8 times before, I knew how a good deluxe room looks like and 343 was not it...so very disappointed. The next morning, we pitched up for breakfast in the main room at 10:25...just to hear that breakfast would stop at 10:30, so we had 5 minutes to pick from the buffet...what is this? Weekend, 10:30 breakfast is over, I have never heard of this in my entire luxury hotels stays...so we ended up having breakfast in the lounge area... Generally, we went to the lounge area twice for drinks and here again, I am sad to report that some tables were left dirty on both occasions, but we managed to find a clean one thankfully...service was somewhat erratic.... The final disappointment came on a Sunday, when we came back from a lovely walk at 4:30pm and were looking forward to a nice relaxed late lunch before departure, to be told that the lounge now exclusively served a tea menu...ie just cakes, nothing savoury....I am all for an afternoon tea menu, why not, but why cut off the normal menu, this is 2017 and people want to eat what they want at the hour they want, this is why you stay in a 5 star hotel!! Ridiculous... One thing that is still excellent is the concierge team who were flawless in organising everything outside of the hotel, well done. So in conclusion, our stay was a total miss, really annoyed by this ongoing policy of allocating the worse rooms to clients who check in late, particularly that I am a recurring client and specifically mentioned I did not want this room anymore...and what is suppose to be a pleasant downstairs experience is now messed up as well for the reasons I mentioned...next time, Plaza Athene, Shangri-La or Crillon (etc) will surely deliver better than this...mr. [-], I strongly recommend you spent some time brushing up on some of these details to get back on top of the game!