October 28, 2017 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
Nearest Airport: CDG
Amenities for Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel
- Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Indoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Culture & Arts
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel
We stayed for 4 nights recently and the location could not be better (you do pay for it). We were able to walk to every site that we wanted, and could make a return rest stop to the room when needed. The main desk and front door staff are extremely friendly and helpful, unfortunately we had to ask for things from them too many times. The good news is that with the request, things did get addressed (Wifi not working, 2 key cards not working, drinking glasses not exchanged for clean ones, bath gels not replenished, mini-fridge not working (did not even bother reporting). It may have just been some bad luck, but I expect more from a fairly high-end hotel.
Keith B - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
My husband and I stayed here in October. It is a lovely, quaint hotel. Every staff member that we encountered did their job exceptionally well. Our room was not big, but it was very comfortable and clean. Breakfast is very good, and the restaurant staff are so kind. It is located close to many restaurants and shops. We walked everywhere, and it is so easy to get around.
Lisa964 - Fargo, North Dakota, USA
We have stayed at the Renaissance Paris Vendome in previous years, but it has been a few years since our last stay. There was no question as to where we would stay for this trip - of course it would be here! We find the area has everything we need, central to where we wish to go and very close to metro/bus transportation. We always reserve any European hotel for the night before our early morning arrival - to ensure that once we arrive at the hotel (usually around 8:00am ) we are able to have immediate access to our room. On this stay we would be staying for 3 nights, then a trip to Normandy for 2 nights, and return back to the Renaissance. Through emails I advised the hotel of our 'early' checkin, and also made sure that our larger check through bags could be stored in their luggage room. Each time my emails were promptly and courteously answered. I was also renting a wifi hot spot - having it delivered to the hotel. I emailed the hotel asking if it would be possible for them to hold it for me for arrival. Not only did they, but it was placed in our room ! The hotel is a smaller boutique hotel and as such, the rooms are small. The other reviews mention that. You will not get the large American hotel rooms that seems to be the irritant of those who complain. We had 2 larger check-throughs, plus 2 carry-on bags - we simply utilized the available floor/chair/table space on which to place our bags. It can be done! The rooms are quiet - on this trip nor on previous trips we heard no external noise. The hotel itself is on a small one way street - a block from Rue de Rivoli and a block from Rue St Honore. The hotel staff is friendly, helpful and always greeting you with smiles and asking how you day went. We stayed on points - we are Lifetime Platinum Premier Elite, and while an upgrade is requested, we never expect a suite. I think many elite Marriott members believe they should get the free upgrade no matter what. We don't - that is just us. But, on this trip we did receive a small upgrade - it wasn't much, but it was nice and appreciated.Again, we don't expect it - here nor anywhere we travel in Europe. Our room was always ready for us when we returned in mid afternoon - so no worries about having vacate it when housekeeping came. The hotel is renovating the lobby - but the noise is non-existent. We never heard it - in the early morning, late afternoon or overnight. Some reviews complained - we never heard it. We ate breakfast each morning in the hotel - the main restaurant turns into a buffet offering eggs, meats, breads, eggs to order, other items to order, juices, yogurts... enough to satisfy you and set you for the day. The morning staff in the breakfast were pleasant, offering extra touches - just super! We visited the bar a few times - cozy, busy, entertaining - a great fun atmosphere! We also ate in the restaurant our last night. We are so glad we decided to eat there. The food is delicious! However - do make reservations... it fills up quickly with locals and guests. We were able to be seated at the counter so we could watch the chefs prepare the food. As for other food options around the hotel - there are several - to meet your price range and tastes - 10 minute walk from the hotel. Everyone we encountered at the hotel was so friendly and helpful. We didn't get everyone's names, but a thank you to the front desk manger who was there in the evening (she was taking a vacation to Peru...) Thank you for all you did! A shout out to Marie and her 'partner in crime' in the bar (2 amazing bar tenders) - you make amazing cocktails and were so much fun to watch and laugh with. Also, we want to say Thank You to Claire - in the Restaurant - (hostess) - every morning we were greeted with a friendly genuine smile! And,although we didn't get her name, the evening hostess (she lived in Chicago for a bit)....we enjoyed our conversation. And, a big THANK YOU to Marie-Paule - the Navigator (Concierge) - you were so kind, and pleasant and gave us great information. (Thank you for mailing back my package - wifi hot spot.) Each day you went out of our way to say hello and inquire where we went and what we did. Everyone at the hotel deserves a big thank you - you always have a smile for the guests, you go out of your way to accommodate them. The hotel is a gem in our estimation - perfect for sightseeing, strolling. Great hotel + great staff = wonderful stay!!
imwmn913 - naperville, illinois
In a very quiet street, half a block from the Rue de Rivoli is this very luxurious hotel. As with most Parisian hotels , rooms are on the small side. Service, as with all Marriott hotels, is perfect. The location is great. Walking distence from the Louvre, Place Vendome, major shopping stores, etc.
I have been a Marriott Rewards member for about 12 years. My wife and I have stayed at Marriotts in London, Amsterdam, Zurich, Rome and Florence. Every dollar I spend at Marriott is my own. This Marriott is the worst experience we've ever had at any Marriott property. First of all, this is NOT a 5 star hotel as advertised, but its rates are 5 star. This is a 3 star hotel in every sense. The owners, whoever they are, are using this hotel as a blatant cash grab. Marriott should sever its management contract, when its up for renewal, as their good name is being besmirched by association with this hotel. We arrived Oct. 4th and planned to stay until Oct 11th. After 2 nights, we could no longer stand to stay there, and moved down the street to the Westin Vendome. It was our best decision. The Westin is truly a 5 star hotel with associated amenities. The Westin's rates were 441 euros per night, and included a FULL American breakfast. The Renaissance's rates were 544 euros and did not include a full American breakfast. The Renaissance's rates were going to be variable during our stay, whereas the Westin charged the same rate throughout our stay. The first night, my wife was in the shower, and noticed that one of the glass doors in the shower was barely hanging on by one roller. The door had only one way to fall-inside the shower. If that happened, then she, or I, would have been seriously cut by the glass. We had to hold this door for one another so we could take a shower. Doesn't anyone ever inspect these rooms for such a hazard? Inexcusable for this to happen. We reported this hazard the next day, and it was fixed. But, why did it exist in the first place?? The rooms are quite small with hardly any closet space. The Westin, by contrast, had spacious rooms with plenty of closet space. I know rooms in Paris are small, but not in a truly 5 star hotel. A 3 star hotel, yes, but not 5 star, which this hotel is clearly not. The restaurant, Balagan, attached, but not operated by, the hotel is another 5 star cash grab. It advertises a full American breakfast which is not true at all. It is more of a Mediterranean breakfast that looks like lunch. The oatmeal is dehydrated into which you have to pour hot water. It is inedible. In all my stays in various hotels , I've NEVER seen dehydrated oatmeal. This is just one example that screams CHEAP! The owners are not putting any investment into the food offerings, and are getting by with the cheapest offerings possible. Whoever heard of fried cauliflower as a breakfast staple? There was a lot of lettuce, cold cuts, fish, hard bread etc. For all this, Balagan charges 40 euros.The Westin, by contrast, offers a copious variety of breakfast items and it's included in the room rate! Our room keys never worked. We were constantly having to go back to the front desk for a re-set. We always keep our keys away from cell phones, so that did cause the malfunctioning keys. The overall atmosphere in this hotel is claustrophobic. The lobby is small, the rooms are small, the hallways are a little dark. It was actually depressing by our 2nd day. The lobby is undergoing a renovation, but this hotel will need more than a cosmetic change.It can start with truth in advertising, as this is not a 5 star hotel. The location is good, but that's about the only positive aspect. Compare the Westin Vendome with this hotel, and the difference will be blatantly obvious to the most casual observer. I had a long talk with Michelle, the GM about the above. She was most helpful and personable. I enjoyed my interaction with Michelle. She was a jewel to work with.
John G - Fleming Island, Florida