Hôtel Armoni3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We visited Paris for my hen. It is a lovely hotel very welcoming decorated to a high standard rooms clean and welcoming. We arrived in gare du nord and decided to get a taxi to hotel we found out that most of the taxi drivers struggled with the address. Easier to get onto the metro and you have to change onto I believe two lines and you will then walk a little distance to hotel. We didn't have breakfast in morning as found that the restaurants on roads near hotel offer good set menus that are cheaper then the hotel. Very happy with hotel overall and very happy hen.
I went to this hotel when I was alone in Paris, and I was searching for a place where the streets were quiet and far from all the "bad guys" on the street. So I found this area, and the hotel itself is on a quiet small street where no one ventures at night. It is also directly next to the metro station which is a good bonus. When it comes to the room, it is clean, has a smart TV with fast wifi and as a plus has a fridge with the necessities like water and chocolate bars in case of urgent need. The only downside is that the room is a bit small and the bathroom is very close to the beds.
We were extremely satisfied with our choice to stay at Hotel Armoni. The rooms were super clean and elegantly beautiful with rich dark tones. They were quite small, but I didn't think this detracted from the experience at all. It was almost like it was better that way. We were traveling with 2 teenagers. Their accommodation for a family of 4 was unique and well done, basically making use of a door that closes off the end of the hallway before the last 2 rooms. The room doors can be left open for connecting rooms with a small hallway segment in between. The hotel was very close to the Arc de Triumph and conveniently located right next to a metro stop (which we used extensively). Lastly, the staff was fantastic! They were warm and very accommodating with our lack of any ability what-so-ever with French. They also continued to provide great service even after we left the hotel when we left an item behind and they mailed it back to us. I would recommend this hotel to anyone without reservation.
This hotel is definitely of high standards. Very clean and tidy. Also quite modern. The rooms are small but are good. The hotel is a ten minute walk from the Arc de triumph and it is also right next to plenty of bus stops and the metro. Everywhere is easily accessible due to the transport being so close. Watch out for extra charges you might incur after check out. When we arrived they asked for 100€ in case we use the mini bar in the room. When we got to the room there was a couple of complimentary macaroons on the side which we ate. After we checked out we got an email saying we need to pay for the macaroons which we had eaten which I thought was outrageous. Were we meant to just leave them sitting on the side? I would recommend this hotel but just be very careful of extra charges.
This hotel is on the edge of Paris but is right next to a metro line and the RER C so it is easy to visit the city from here. The neighborhood is nice and not really touristy. The hotel was very quiet and clean. My room was cozy but not too small by Parisian standards.
We stayed here for New Years Eve and was very surprised with the hotel. It was small but beautiful. Don't get small confused with bad, the room sizes were perfect and cosy! It was in walking distance of the Arc De Triomphe where we watched the fireworks. Close to shops, cafes and a McDonalds. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone visiting. It is cosy, romantic and boutique with beautiful interior and fantastic staff.
We chose this hotel because we had not been in this part of Paris. We were surprised when our driver pulled down a dead-end alley. The hotel faces the alley. The hotel is recently renovated. We had booked a superior room. The reception room was small, clean, very modern and comfortable. The receptionist was friendly and helpful. Our room was right off the reception through a small foyer, down and up a couple steps. The room was painted dark brown and was really very stunning. It was extremely small, probably the smallest we have ever stayed in. However, our window/door opened to a small private garden patio with a table and two chairs. It was perfect for an evening cocktail and a morning cafe au lait. The bathroom was large enough for the two of us. The problem was really no place to put our suitcases. However, since it was for only one night, it was fine. I really did find it quite charming and the staff helpful. We did not eat breakfast there. The surrounding area is residential with some restaurants and we found it to be quiet. There is a very good Italian restaurant short walk from the hotel and the little Bistro next to it was also a nice French stop.
I read some of the reviews on TripAdvisor before travelling and decided to upgrade my room to a superior room before arrival, as I wanted to ensure that I had a comfortable hotel room. My husband and I stayed at the hotel for three nights. We arrived before check-in time, so we left our luggage with the hotel staff, and went and explored Paris, returning later that night. Our room was on the third floor, and it was marvellous. I found it spacious, and pristine. It was decorated in dark colours, but I found this very calming. The Samsung television had many channels, many of which were international news channels, including Chinese, American and Spanish language channels. Furthermore, when American films were shown on French tv, it was possible through using the remote control for the film to be seen in the original language. Yes, I need to watch tv sometimes at night! Our room was the only room on the third floor, so we can honestly say that we reserved a whole floor of a hotel just for our use! What was amazing was how quiet the room and the hotel were, so if you are somebody who is sensitive to noise, this is definitely where you should stay. Also, the hotel is very close to the metro. When arriving, take the 3rd sortie (exit) from the station which is on Av. de Villiers, as it is literally only 20 meters' walk from the hotel. Although it looks like the metro stop Porte de Champerret is quite a long way from the centre of Paris, it only takes about 15 minutes, if that, on the metro, and a metro ticket costs about €1.40. Our superior room cost €127 per night, which, for a spacious quiet room very close to a metro station, although not a bargain, is definitely worth the money. Be warned that you will be charged €100 pre-authorisation for the minibar, which I found was returned to my card on the day I checked out. I WILL return, as I consider myself lucky to have found this hotel.
What an odd hotel. We stayed for 4 nights and had hoped for a 'fabulous' hotel, from the reviews we had read. We booked a superior room but it seemed more like a dark dungeon ( the room was dark purple). Our windows faced apartments and so we had to have the curtains shut at all times (one day we came home to a nude chick in the apartment opposite - my husband didn't mind). There was very little storage, so we stuff all over the floor for most of our trip. The double bed was in fact 2 single beds pushed together and so sloped in the middle. This was really uncomfortable and hardly luxurious. We stayed in Paris last year, in a hotel in Les Halles and it was far superior and the same price. Overall this hotel was a real disappointment !
When you go to a major capital city you are well aware that your room may be on the petite size and that is more than acceptable. However at Armoni your room is minute and very dark chocolate brown - you feel like you're in a rabbit warren on entering the hotel and rooms. There is minimal lighting throughout the hotel and you are often wandering around in near pitch black looking for a light switch in the corridor (they don't come on automatically). Reception is minimalist - nicely decorated with small desk and staff are polite but not in the least bit friendly. You seem like a bit of an inconvenience being there. Hotel has next to no amenities - other guests bought the breakfast for €15 but said it was pretty poor and only cold goods (there are plenty of fantastic bakeries/cafes on the streets that serve amazing produce with change from €5). Rooms have Apple TV but through our 3 days there it never connected. No English channels all French (except news). Rooms have partitioned bathroom with a sliding door which is very small and not very soundproof! In general just wasn't good enough - was meant to be a romantic trip but we simply avoided the hotel and spent as much time in the wonderful City as we could.
- Close to Arc de Triomphe and Palais des Congres de Paris
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Business center
Located in 17th Arrondissement, Hôtel Armoni is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Arc de Triomphe and Palais des Congres de Paris. This 45-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and a business center. It's also close to Galeries Lafayette and Eiffel Tower.
For your convenience, breakfast is available 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 45 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with satellite channels. Other amenities include phones, desks, and free toiletries.
Hôtel Armoni features free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and conference space. You can take advantage of discounted offsite parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 75 per person one way. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a business center and free newspapers.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
86% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 513 reviews