Grand Hotel Dechampaigne3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This hotel is perfectly located just off the Rue de Rivoli yet manages to be super quiet. So much was at hand that during my 4 night stay I did not need to use any public transport finding that everything I wanted to see/do/eat was managed on foot. Thoroughly enjoyed my stay and will now use this hotel for all future visits!
Fantastic place - central location and yet quiet and cosy. Unique attitude towards guests and personalised approach from the staff and management/owner. Charming rooms with romantic Parisian atmophere. Metro stations and main sightseeing attractions nearby. I'd love to return there again and strongly recommend to travellers.
Great location, close to the Big bus stop,5 min walk, easy and quick reception, home atmosphere, great, professional stuff .Definitely coming back to Paris and this hotel. Was feel like home. Thanks A lot of nice, tasty places to eat, from breakfast to dinner.
This is an excellent small hotel in a prime location - it is maybe 5 minutes' walk from the Chatelet-Les Halles metro/RER station (for trains to the airport), and you can easily walk to most of the main sights of Paris. It also has some very agreeable restaurants and cafes close by. It's on a side-street, which looks a bit scruffy, just off the Rue de Rivoli, but Paris side streets often do look a bit uncared for. Staff speak excellent English but were also happy to converse in our error-prone French. The breakfast offers plenty of choice, though if you have to have a full English you might be disappointed. Breakfast's a bit more expensive than you'd pay in the nearby cafes, but pleasant and convenient. Our room (one of the balcony rooms on the 5th floor) was quite a bit more spacious than many rooms I have stayed in in Paris (and indeed elsewhere in France); if you were taller than my 178cm you might bump your head in the bathroom or on the wooden beams - but they do lend a touch of charm. The balcony (complete with awning) was a delightful place to sit. We found the wifi reliable. Warmly recommended.
Very quaint and cosy hotel. Not one of your chain looking hotels. This was authentic and unique, as were the rooms. Just off a little road/passageway which leads to the main roads with shops, restaurants and bars. At the end of the pathway was a bar which made wine for you - just describe what you like and they put something together for you. Really friendly and knowledgeable lad made us some lovely concoctions! Wish I remembered the name!?! No more than 5minutes walk from the Seine. We didn't bother with metro passes. We walked everywhere!! Approximately 30minutes to the Eiffel Tower. 20minutes to the Louvre. 15minutes from the Notre Damme Cathedral. Just follow the Seine for lovely sites and see what you find!
The hotel was just ok, rating of average is generous since there's nothing between poor and average. Easy to check in and out. Had minimal interaction with the staff. The room was clean, the bathroom was updated. The location was good to walk to other areas and discover different neighborhoods that I'd rather stay in. It's off of a very touristy main street in a sketchy alley. Stay here if you like that kind of thing. Would choose a less conveniently located hotel in a neighborhood with personality and nice shops and restaurants next time. Oh, and keep your windows closed at night unless you want to be awoken by screaming homeless people.
A lovely hotel with unique style and atmosphere right next to a big metro station so getting anywhere in the city is easy by either the metro - or just walking (Notre Dame, Louvre, Pont Neuf, Quartier Latin, shops, ... ). We had a room on the top floor with a surprisingly big terrace and that gave the stay some extra luxury. The staff was really friendly and helpful with any questions that we had. Definately staying here again on my next Paris trip!
This elegant little old hotel was situated in the best possible place, near river Seine, near Notre Dame and many many nice restaurants. The breakfast was exellent, and the stuff of the hotel very nice. The room could have been bigger, for three persons.
We stayed 3 nights in early April. The hotel was very easy to check into, staff were really helpful. Keys have to be returned when you leave the hotel, the front desk is staffed 24/7 and all the staff are friendly. The room was comfortable and what you would like in a hotel in Paris, we had stone walls and dated carpets, bed hangings, while yes it did feel a bit dated it didnt feel unclean or uncomfortable. The hotel building is old, as is much of Paris, the building has history and I love that they display that, and share it with the visitors. I liked the set up of our room, with a small sitting space and the toilet room, and the bed up on a raised platform with the bath/shower. It was a nice change from normal rooms. Also would work great with kids, as the couch folded out into a twin bed so it gives a space for kids - or a friend to make the room a 3 instead of 2 queen beds. The tub was sunk into the ground and very large, which is great if you like to soak. It was a bit awkward to wash my hair, as the shower head was not easy for me to reach. the room did cool off really well if you opened the window in the bathroom, as the windows in the main room only open to a narrow shaft in the building, so didnt offer much cooling. That was not an issue other than trying to reach the window required stepping on and around the tub. The bed was a bit on the hard side, I tend to like more pillow top, but if you love firm mattresses this is your place.
Our first night in Paris and first time in this Romantic City, my boyfriend had made dinner reservations inside the Eiffel Tower. From the hotel to the Tower takes just 10 minutes in a car. Our room was super cozy with French décor and unique, tiny space that you were able to touch the walls from the bed :). If you are a couple take no more than two luggage just to be more comfortable. If more then you'll have to figure it out :) Besides this is a lovely boutique hotel. You are close to the Louvre Museum, shopping area the best , and much more attractions. Also, if you walk by the river La Sane you'll find amazing paintings , artistic bridges before you get the E. Tower. Just amazing the location. Thank you to all the Front Desk Staff specially to Olga, and the lady who speaks Spanish. Hope you get to read this. We are planning to come back!
- Walking distance to Notre Dame Cathedral and Forum des Halles
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Business center
Located in 1st Arrondissement, Grand Hotel Dechampaigne is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Forum des Halles and Pont Neuf. This 44-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and a business center. Centrally located in Paris, the hotel is also a short walk from Notre Dame Cathedral and Sainte Chapelle.
Start each morning off right with full breakfast served for a fee. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
The 44 rooms are air-conditioned and have safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Pillowtop beds grant a restful night's sleep and bathrooms offer hair dryers.
At Grand Hotel Dechampaigne, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and a computer station. If you drive, self parking is EUR 28 per day, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available on request) for EUR 65 per vehicle one-way. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. This hotel also has free newspapers.
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84% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 663 reviews