January 4, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel in Paris, France

Let the Renaissance Paris Vendôme Hotel provide you with a new standard for luxury accommodations. With a stellar location in Paris' fashion district, our 5-star hotel sets the stage for a remarkable adventure in the City of Light.

Our elegant hotel rooms offer a distinctive boutique charm, while our state-of-the-art amenities & quality service ensure true relaxation. Begin your morning in Paris with a swim in our indoor pool, or indulge in a rejuvenating massage at our hotel spa. After your treatment, venture to the Bar, for a delicious cocktail or glass of Champagne. No matter your reason for visiting Paris, our hotel places everything you need easily within reach. We're located on Rue du Mont Thabor, only one block away from Place Vendôme, Louvre, Opera and close to an impressive selection top-tier shopping destinations near Rue Saint-Honoré and the Palais-Royal. Visit us at the Renaissance Paris Vendôme Hotel to discover the essence of 5-star Parisian living.

Location of Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel

Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel
4 Rue du Mont Thabor
Paris, France

Nearest Airport: CDG

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  • Indoor Pool
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Reviews for Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

Great location. Lovely staff. Our suite was great for Paris-a separate room for our teenage daughter. Clean, tastefully decorated, quiet. The hotel is still working on remodeling their lobby but it had no real impact on us (probably because of the staff!) Wasn’t crazy about the restaurant (Israeli celeb chef) but liked the bar.

Stuart G - Silicon Valley, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

An awesome, small boutique hotel. Extremely friendly staff who all spoke impeccable English. So very helpful every time we walked by. Had a courtyard facing junior suite which was fantastic. Giant bedroom with two huge windows that opened. Great for sleeping. Huge very modern bathroom. Smaller entry room with another TV that we used for a bar and luggage and dressing. Easy to use though with a pull out sofa bed for one or two younger children. Easy walking to many famous sites. Safe area. Many restaurants and cafes. Much high-end shopping.

G-buryCPA - Glastonbury, Connecticut

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spent Thanksgiving week at this hotel visiting the sites in Paris. Our room was the perfect size for the two of us, very clean and quiet. The best feature of this hotel was the delightful, charming and helpful front desk staff, especially the concierge team. They helped us with all the arrangements to visit the various sites and for dining. They made our week in Paris a very memorable experience and when we return we will certainly use this hotel

Evan F - Richmond, Virginia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My family of 3 stayed here during Thanksgiving week in November 2017. Our son is 19, so not a little one. We booked a package through British Airways. The package was for 3 adults and included the hotel and flights for all of us. When we checked out, the hotel tried to charge us an additional 30 euros per day for providing a rollaway bed for our son!!! I was not happy because we had specified in the package booking that 3 adults required accommodation, so I saw this as their issue with British Airways, not ours. To the hotel's credit, they did issue a credit for the $210 euros. Other reviewers have noted the size of the room as being small. Our room was a Parisian Suite, so was a lovely corner, with 4 large windows. The size was smallish compared to suites in other major cities, but by Paris standards, I think it was probably fairly large. There was a king sized bed, a very comfy rollaway, two wardrobes; one with hanging space and the other with shelves and a safe. We loved the split small WC and the other with separate shower and large tub and a nicely sized vanity. We found the room very clean and the beds, sheets and pillows were very nice quality, crisp and comfy. We slept like babies! There were 2 chairs and an ottoman, a desk, a Nespresso coffee maker and a large wall-mounted flat screen TV. The elevator was small, so if you have lots of luggage, be prepared to make multiple trips. The lobby was still under construction and is very, very small currently. There is a small bar that we only passed through, but we could hear music and merrymakers late at night when we came back to the hotel from a day out. The staff were friendly and helpful and all spoke English...we were so thankful for this! We didn't hear a peep out of either of our neighbors...the insulation and construction of the hotel must be solid, because we heard doors of neighbors closing and opening, but never any other indication there were guests staying above, below or on either side of us. The location is superb! Literally minutes from the Tuileries Metro station, the Louvre, the Seine and a wonderful little restaurant called Angelina's. We ate here 4 times during our trip and it is so delicious...try the croissants and hot chocolate! The hotel is almost dead center of Paris, with lots of sites and great shopping streets all around. The let down for us was the restaurant. We wandered in one morning, very hungry and really just wanting some eggs and coffee. The staff were very vague and when we ordered off of the al a carte menu, they pointed us to the buffet. We ended up eating the buffet, which had some vegetarian dishes, cheeses, breads, yogurt, coffee and juices. Not worth 30 euro each. Lesson learned. Run down to Angelina's...for the same price, you'll be much better served and will leave full and like you've eaten some great little things in Paris! One minor thing the hotel did that we enjoyed...they leave glass candy jars full of several selections with cute little cellophane bags that you can take with you on the go. We grabbed some daily and they gave us some quick energy on our very long walks around the city. The wi-fi was complimentary for us because we booked a suite, but otherwise, I believe it's 10-15 euro per day. I'd recommend this place for sure.

S F - Phoenix, Arizona

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I last stayed in this hotel seven years ago. I remembered it being a small but charming hotel. Either my memory is off or this hotel has gone downhill since then. To start - check in was HORRIBLE!!!!!!!! Really bad. The hotel is undergoing a renovation so there is NO LOBBY to speak of. Literally, you basically check in a hallway sized space. As we arrived in the early afternoon, all the other hotel guests were also arriving at the same time and there simply wasnt any room to move around. I would have appreciated being told that the lobby was under construction when I made the reservation and then I could have chosen to stay or not. The check-in staff were rude and un-accomodating. For example, I gave the women my Ritz Carlton Platinum Card and she refused to accept it saying this was not a Ritz (duh - I use that card with all Marriot hotels and tried to explain this to her but soon gave up). As our room wasnt ready, I asked to 1. have a place to change my clothing and 2. for them to store the luggage until the room was ready. This was a diaster. First, the only place to change is the "spa" locker room which again is the smallest area that I have ever seen. There was no room for my suitcase and for me to change at the same time. I simply gave up. Note - to get to this "locker room" we needed to go on two elevators and a flight of stairs. After giving up, I asked them to store my bags and this was a problem because there wasnt room to do so. The person was just going to leave them in the "lobby area" until I complained and said that was unacceptable because of my laptop etc. Finally, they were taken care of. To say the check-in sucked was an understatement. The rooms were nice - if a little small. Nothing fancy but suitable. My colleague and I attempted to use the conceirge twice but gave up both times. Barely spoke English and was unhelpful to say the least. Here is a hint - hire someone that is fluent and helpful. While the location was great, especially if you want to shop at the high end stores such as Goyard, LV, Hermes etc., I would NOT stay in this hotel again!

DSAS123 - Scarsdale, NY

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