Hôtel d'Espagne3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stayed here for one night and had a lovely time. The location is perfect for a short walk from Gare du Nord and great links on the Metro. Room was v comfortable and perfect to crash out in the comfy bed after walking all around the city.
Fantastic location and hotel, shame about the homeless man cedric outside who shouts at passers by all night. after the first night we gave him 5 euros in exchange for him shutting up and it seemed to do the trick
Good location, only 10 mins walk to La Fayette. The room is very clear which is very important to me, but it's a bit small and no fridge and kettle. The staff also is very friendly and speaks English.
It was a great experience. The staff are very friendly and always ready to help even if it's just with information or giving u details about something , calling u a taxi. They are really nice ! The hotel has a great location ( just a bit far from the main city attractions, but it's not too bad) . The brrackfast is really nice, fresh and a good choice . The room was clean and for a small fee they were more than happy to decorate the room for my boyfriend's birthday !!! All in all , great experience ! Defo go back there again. Thank u !
Nice hotel but room was very small - barely enough space to walk around bed and the en-suite was tiny. Breakfast was very busy and we had to wait about 10 minutes to get a seat. Croissants were brought out and you had to rush to grab one before they were finished. If you were not quick enough you had to wait for the next batch. All just a bit too much of a hassle and not relaxing at all. We had a room on the first floor facing the front and were kept awake most of the first night by the resident homeless man who has set up "home" at the front of the hotel. He shouted all night. I would not stay here again.
We had to find a cheap hotel then we selected this one but the rooms were awful, too little to move and the area was so dangerous. There were homelesses around. You have to walk as a group of people and always look around.
This hotel was a hidden gem. Off the main road but very close to amenities. The rooms are snug, but still plenty of room to move around. The staff were polite and welcoming and their spoken English was brilliant. Had to pay city tax when we checked out which was minimal at €9.70 in total for 2 people. We already knew this so wasn't a surprise. The breakfast was basic but of good quality. The choice was a selection of mini pastries, cereal, toast, fruit and yoghurt. The metro was a few minutes walk from the hotel which is ideal for site seeing. Along the main roads were plenty of shops and restaurants. The only downfall was that there wasn't tea and coffee facilities in the room, however on our last day saw a sign on reception saying you could purchase a hot drink for a couple of euros. Also, a homeless man had set up camp outside the hotel (I mean armchair the lot) and he could be quite vocal at times! The wifi was excellent which is a bonus. Would definitely stay in this hotel again!
The hotel is medium-sized, professionally run, and clean. Room size was fine--I purposely asked for a double room this time, so I had more space than the terrible singles you get in Paris (and London). The desk service was polite and helpful. The buffet was small but actually good qualty. So overall, good. The bathroom was especially nice. It's located in a weird corner, in an alley along with 3 or 4 other 3-4 star hotels. Taxis can't always find it. The alley isn't street cleaned Sundays, so it looks like a huge party area. Actually it was generally quiet. There's a small restaurant right across from the hotel that was dead most of the week but suddenly sprang to life one night. To the wee hhours. A bit noisy, but not big deal. Lastly, there's a guy sleeping on the corner of the street. He's there permanently, it seems, and he does scream at night. All this is just part of being n Paris, in my opinion. I'm fine wth it. Quirky.
We enjoyed our stay here. Comfortable beds and great location. Good value for money too. It was about a 20 min walk to Angelina's - a must visit if you are in Paris. The only thing that didnt help was the fact that the room heating system did not want to obey any commands to keep the room warm. The guy at the desk came up to have a look and it worked... for 10 minutes. On a cold winters day, this was not ideal. Make sure your heating works if booking during the cold months.
When this hotel really has going for it is its location. Cité Bergère is very close the the metro but should you be feeling energetic you can actually walk to the Louvre in 20 minutes or so. Good place for non-fancy restaurants used by people who live nearby as well as by tourists. The hotel is in a wonderful quiet enclave, like a little self-contained world. The hotel itself is perfectly OK, not in any way exceptional, but decent, and the staff are pleasant and helpful. This was the 3rd time I'd stayed here, which must mean something.
Hôtel d'Espagne places you in 9th Arrondissement, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Galeries Lafayette and Paris Opera. This 42-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, concierge services, and a computer station. It's in central Paris and also close to Notre Dame Cathedral and Odeon, Theatre de L'Europe.
Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM.
The 42 rooms are soundproofed and have laptop-compatible safes. Guests can enjoy satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi.
Hôtel d'Espagne features free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and free newspapers. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables.
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70% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 173 reviews