Hotel D'Anjou2.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My wife and I stayed here for 3 nights. The room was small but clean we both slept well enough, we did pay for bed and breakfast but only had it on one morning there was definitely not enough food to fill you up, or any varitiy, there was only ham, cheese, some kind of cake and a basket containing 2 croissants 2 bread roll and 2 pastry rolls with chocolate in them. For the nex 2 mornings we went to McDonald's which only 5 min walk away, i found this on google maps.The walls in our room were very thin and we could here the people in the adjacent room get up and get ready for breakfast at 6.30 in the morning, cant see why? The staff were vey friendly, the lift is very small 2 people max even though it has a limit of 3 people. Would we stay here again? Probably but not pay for the breakfast, well within walking distance of the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel tower.
We stayed in this hotel during august for 2 nights, in a room with 3 beds. This was a basic room that we choose and had ensuite-bathroom/toilet. The hotel reception staff were quite co-operating and could also converse a bit in English. The hotel has an elevator, but it is so small that either 2 persons or 1 person with one luggage can fit in that elevator. This hotel has easy access to the metro station and nearby are local grocery shops. We were on a budget trip and spent most of the day(s) travelling around Paris, so the location of the hotel and price of the rooms for 3 people best suited us.
This hotel is very close to the Louise Michel metro stop. Also close to some grocery stores open late. The room is quite basic but was larger than the room we stayed in downtown. The room included a "double bed" with an armoire, a tv and some desk space and a bathroom. The bed was horrible I must admit. It was a double bed but was really two simple beds put together. But what made it be worse was that it had wooden frames and therefore in the middle it was very stiff and rigid. The bathroom was quite big. A large spacious shower and spacious sink and toilet area.
Close to metro and city center. It's very good if you don't want to pay much for taxi, to get to the bus station. Helped us for a night, when there was none of the staff in our chosen hotel to get us a room. Only one night stay left us a good impresion. Room was clean, beds was good. Modern hotel with a good staff.
is good just for sleep!! The room is no so big !! And the Service is excelent!! there are nices People and they speak Spanish and English! And the Breackfast is ok , and the places is quiet and safe! .
I stay at this hotel a week ago.. The location is quite close to the Louise Michel metro which will easily connect you with the Paris city center. Overall, the hotel is quite nice for me. The room is small but quite comfortable and clean enough. The bathroom is also quite tidy and equipped with "ordinary" toiletries. The minus side is only the noisy sound surround the building every morning and... I don't know.. But in my experienced.. I felt that the guy in receptionist desk isn't too friendly. I did not expect too much from the hotel that cost me less than € 100 for 3 nights.
I have to say that it was the worst experience I have ever had staying abroad. I arrived on Tuesday evening. Wednesday morning I noticed that I had some strange bites on my body. I thought it must be mosquitoes. Thursday morning I noticed more but since I never had any experience with bedbugs, I didn't recognize that that's what it was. Thursday night I'm laying in bed at like four am. I start googling bedbugs online and realize it's probably what is getting me. I get up, turn back the covers and sure enough, the bedding is crawling with bedbugs. I go and tell the clerk, he changes me to another room with yet more bedbugs. 9 am on Friday morning, I go and talk to the manager. I tell her I want a refund for my stay. She starts yelling at me, in front of all the guests in the lobby that it's my fault because I didn't notify staff earlier, why didn't I say anything, I just wanted to get my money back, blah, blah, blah. At this point I am humiliated and in tears. She tells me that she isn't refunding anything and that I should get my stuff and get out. So then I'm on my last day in Paris with no place to stay, feeling humiliated and angry, and with a backpack possibly infested with bedbugs. So that has been my experience with Hotel D'Anjou. Additionally, even though I left Friday morning, they still charged me for Friday night. I'm back home in the US now and terrified that I brought bedbugs from that horrible place with me. Never stay at Hotel D'Anjou! Alison
The ill-mannered young (female) receptionist started having a go at me when I complained about the television not working. She had the cheek to criticise me for going out that night (Sunday), as if that's any of her business, and then tried to claim I'd told her the TV was working! She then claimed, without even bothering to check, that it was "only" a problem of the TV's settings, which it wasn't. She obstinately refused to allow me to have another room, until someone else from the hotel intervened. As if it was normal to pay the same rate as another customer, and not get a similar experience, with a broken-down TV set. I felt offended when she threatened to call the Police, which was totally disproportionate, and out of order - customers have a right to air their grievances and bring problems to the staff's attention. There seems to be no management on site, and they left the hotel in the hands of this incompetent and immature young receptionist. The room I moved to was not good either - the radiator couldn't be turned down, preventing me from sleeping that night, and the shower head couldn't be attached to the wall of the shower, so you had to hold it in one hand, and attempt to wash your hair with your other hand. I had to leave early because of this bad experience, and am requesting the hotel reimburse me EUR 40 for the last night I couldn't stay. So please get your skates on if you're reading this. The hotel is renovating the first floor rooms and it's a mess, with building materials all over the landings. Lastly, forget the lift - you'll be pensioned off by the time it arrives. This hotel has the world's slowest moving lift. Definitely one of the worst experiences I've ever had. Needless to say, Hotel d'Anjou won't be getting any more business from me.
Supposed to be soundproofed rooms, FAR from it, rooms are COMPACT with no tea or coffee making facilities, shower head had to be pushed up in the air as an only alternative to not having a shower. Looks like the refurbishment mentioned by others has been left half way through. Exposed wiring in halls, and in room, smoke detectors hanging from ceiling purely by the wires. Breakfast is a loose description of a buffet breakfast, a roll, a mini croissant and a mini chocolate croissant, served in a basket to you, two types of cereal, and a fruit juice dispensing machine, that contains cheap supermarket cartoned fruit juice. a coffee vending machine, and stewed tea in a pot. ( trick here have water and insist on a tea bag from cupboard) Apart from the lady dishing out the breakfast buffet basket, the staff are really friendly and try to be helpful. The lift when working is a sight not to be missed, claustrophobic when on your own, 2 and a hold all was really up close and personal. Our room was on the fourth floor overlooking the intersection, not to bad at night, but in the morning that is your wake up call, it appears to be some sort of major through road with commuters and HGV's. would I stay here again ????? Only if I was going on a business trip, that meant it was just a bed!! as a romantic get away NEVER NEVER NEVER again!!!!!!!!! I really am disappointed, this could well be turned into a very nice hotel with out too much more money actually being invested.
The hotel is very close to louis michel metro station, about 5 minutes. The room was big, large, clean bed, clean bathroom with window. When we arrived, the hotel was being renovated so during the day it was noisy, workers everywhere. Scarce breakfast. The elevator was working.
- Close to Palais des Congres de Paris
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Concierge services
Palais des Congres de Paris is within a mile (2 km) of Hotel D'Anjou, and other popular sites like Arc de Triomphe are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 46-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and concierge services. It's in central Levallois-Perret and also close to Galeries Lafayette and Eiffel Tower.
Start each morning off right with continental breakfast served for a fee. This hotel has a restaurant that's perfect for a leisurely bite to eat.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport premium bedding.
At Hotel D'Anjou, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas and laundry facilities. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available on request) for EUR 60 per vehicle one way. Helpful staff can provide dry cleaning/laundry services, concierge services, and luggage storage.
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30% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 196 reviews