Hotel Londres Saint-Honore Review



♔ Address
Hotel Londres Saint-Honore
→ 13 Rue Saint-Roch, 75001 Paris, France | +33 (0)1 42 60 17 91
→ The hotel is a short walking distance from the Jarden des Tuileries, Lourve, Palais Royal, and Concorde.

♔ 3 Night Stay
→ Booked a QUADRUPLE ROOM (2 double beds)
→ Pricing: $$
→ Room includes: air conditioning, free wi-fi in rooms and public areas, free breakfast buffet, bar/lounge, coffee shop/cafe, bathtub or shower, private bathroom, hair dryer, slippers, in-room safe, complimentary toiletries, daily housekeeping
→ Free wi-fi in room (ask at the desk for the password)
→ Safe deposit box in room
→ Located near a Monoprix about 2 blocks away (similar to a Target in the US)

♔ My Rating
Rating: ★★★☆☆ (3 out of 5 stars)

♔ Review
The Hotel Londres Saint-Honore is a small hotel hidden in a quiet corner by a church. The window in the hotel room opens up to a nice little view of the street, which is not too congested with honking cards. European hotels are known for their narrow stairs and unfortunately, this one had a narrow twisted staircase with the tiny elevator located on the second floor up. It is a bit of a hassle but doable if you are searching for a decently priced hotel. The room was decorated with outdated wooden furniture and was slightly cramped because of the double beds in order to fit four people. The bathroom was slightly larger than expected despite the small room, allowing enough space for the sink, toilet, and bathtub. The only problem was that the bathroom entrance has tight swinging doors that do not lock and can become quite annoying to walk in and out from. In addition, be aware that anything you take from the refrigerator may appear on the bill. However, this is not uncommon at other hotels. I would recommend this hotel to couples rather than families. An encounter I made the first night at the hotel was someone at the desk who was not the most welcoming or helpful to me. I feel that it is only polite to greet guests with a smile and ask for help if they are struggling on the stairs. I also feel that they could try to give guests suggestions of nearby places to eat when asked or at least show some effort to help find a place rather than giving off the impression of carelessness. I reiterate that this was my experience with just one person at the hotel and not all the employees who work there. I will give them the benefit of the doubt as they may have just had an unpleasant day.

Although the hotel was not as luxurious as we expected, the hotel is located near several attractions and the metro is in front of the Jardin de Tuileries. The are many more attractions if you decide to spend more time walking around to take in the view rather than taking the subway such as Champ-Elysees and the Opera.

*Note: This is not a sponsored post. This post contains content that are 100% my opinions and photos taken by me. My intention is to write about my experience and assist you on your travels. I would also like to thank the hotel for having me. If you would like to learn about my adventures and travel guide in Paris, stay tuned!

♔ Photos



3 comments:

  1. Looks so nice :)

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  2. Oh my! I'd love to take a trip to Paris. (: Too bad the customer service wasn't up to par.

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  3. When will you be doing another article on this subject?

    Amela
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