Hotel Eurostars Panorama3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
First off, this hotel is clean and the breakfast fab. I asked for a room with a view.... which I got, I could see the apartments across the road from the toilet seat!!!! The room was adequate in size, but shower and toilet directly next to the bed in a glass box... all very nice, but with no door or privacy screen.... sadly lacking in thought. Website says toiletries..... a small bar of soap and minuscule shower gel is an overstretch in description I think.... finally, and this is just me.... I do like to have tea/coffee making facilities, none which are present in the room.... wish I had read the small print.... The beds were not comfortable and need new mattresses. The staff were very friendly and location okay..... would I stay here again? Nope.
We stayed in the Eurostars Panorama for my birthday and we had a great time. The bedroom and bathroom were spacious and modern and very clean. The bed was comfy and huge! I totally recommend this place and I will definitely stay here next time I visit Paris.
My family and me stayed at the hotel for 7 days in January. The hotel is located 5 min walk off subway station Poissoniere and can be easily reached from the Gare du Nord (if you travel from CDG airport). The area is mostly quiet, but it can be noisy till late in the night at the weekend. The triple room is rather big, but the third bed is extremly inconvinient. The door of the bathroom is very stupid: you will never stay alone in the loo ))) Because the door opens itself and cannot be fixed. The shower-door was broken, the staff didn't want to repair it notwithstanding me adressing them twice. The staff is all right, however the lady who is in charge of the breakfast-cafe is extremly rude. We had early check-out, and the cafe was opened though the breakfast starts at 7. We asked the receptiionist if it was possible to drink a cup of tea. The receptionist asked that lady, who was shouting for 5 minutes in Spanish (!) that the cafe was not opened yet. Goodness, is it so difficult to let us drink just a tea?! A lifehack: do not waste your money for the shuttle to the airport, it is nor worth, because you cannot choose certain time for pick-up, but you will pick up some other guys from other hotels. Resume: Not the worst hotel, I've seen, but it is better to choose something closer to Opera Garnier than to Gare du Nord. However, if you come from Spain or South America - it is a very good choice, as the staff speaks perfect Spanish )))
We stay in November it was very nice but the room needed a kettle. In this day in time I've never traveled and not had kettle facilities. Rooms are nice lovely staff. Great location for being a tourist. I would stay again.
watch your luggage keep your eyes open and don't think it won't happen to you. life is short so unfortunately people like to take advantage. the rooms are not bad but not fabulous either. the location is good and easy to get about from
As a part of a class reunion tour, we stayed for two days in Paris, at the Eurostars Panorama Hotel on 9, Rues Des Messageries. After checking out from the hotel, hotel reception staff put in storage 9 labeled bags, and gave us 9 tickets, while we went for short walk before leaving the city. Two hours later, we returned to the hotel to pick up our bags, they gave us seven; we showed them the nine tickets, and hotel staff said: "We don't know, you are out of luck". In other words, if you stay at the Eurostars Panorama Hotel be prepared to buy new clothe. They did take advantage that we had no time to fight, it because we would risk of losings our flight. Our TERRIBLE experience at this hotel in Paris, doesn't include references that for two days we stayed there, there was not a working heating system, they had to give a small electric heater to cope the super small cold room. The included breakfast was very limited, and of poor quality; I strongly recommend finding better alternatives.
With a little bit of work this hotel could be really quite nice. The decor is modern and stylish, the rooms are decent sizes and the location is pretty close to the city center. The beds are also very comfortable although small (I am 178 and only just fit lengthwise). We did not hear much from outside the room, meaning that our nights sleep was very pleasant. The problem is that although it seems modern, the rooms are quite tatty. There are big chips all over the place in the walls and skirting boars, the seals in the bathroom are either peeling or mouldy and the wall paint has come off in places. The plastic soap tray also had what looked like cigarette burns in it, the towel rack was loose and the shower head looked like it had not been decalcified since it was put in (it smelt a bit like that too). This could however all be solved quite quickly and cheaply with a lick of paint, some thorough cleaning and a screwdriver. Therefore, the room really does have the potential to be nice. The other problem we found was cleanliness. When we got into the room, there were peanuts on the floor, the surfaces had not been wiped and the inside of the frosted glass door to the bathroom was splattered in something that I hope was just white face cream. Finally the service was very inconsistent. One of the women on the check-in desk was fantastic. She was very helpful, kind and efficient. She was also very proficient in Spanish, English and French (maybe more). The other receptionists were not unfriendly but did not exactly give the impression of being particularly inclined to help. To add to this, when we complained that one of the two lights in the room was broken and that the light in the bathroom flickered horribly, we were told, much to our delight, that it would be fixed the next morning. This did however not happen. Due to this I do not really know how to rate the hotel as the rooms were really nice but let down by their state and cleanliness and the service itself was inconsistent depending on the staff.
We booked a classic double room in this hotel at the very last minute (2 days before arrival) for 2 nights. Location: It is located a 2 min walk away from metro stop Poissonnière. The street itself is calm and in the neighborhood there are some supermarkets and bakeries. Nevertheless, the hotel is situated in an area without any of the big Paris attractions and this makes walking around not recommended. To give an idea of the distances: We walked from Sacre-Coeur to the hotel on the first evening and this was about a 30 min walk. Check-in & room allocation: When we arrived a bit before the official check-in time, we were already provided a room. However, we found it strange that the room (407) was much smaller than the one we had booked and did not look anything like it. After we went to the reception to complain, we received a new room (601). This one was bigger but again, not like the pictures. It was on the upper floor (we read already in reviews that this floor was not recommended) and the airco did not seem to work at all. The fact that there was a fan on the desk in the room already gave us a sign of that. Since it was 36 degrees outside, we didn't want to stay in a non coolded room. Therefore we went back to the reception for a second time. Slightly annoyed, we asked fora room with airco and that actually looked like the pictures. The girl at the reception told us that it was not the official time to check-in so that she gave us what was available. We waited a bit, and in the end we received a new room (502). This room suited our needs: it was bigger than the other ones & had perfect airconditioning . Room: The room itself looked clean and fresh upon arrival. It was rather spacious for a room in Paris in this price range. There was a desk with chair, a small table and a mini bar present which was very practical. Although the bathroom had a modern looking washing bassin and toilet, it was really really small. Next to this, opening the shower door was very particular and impractical. On the surface, the room looked decent but after a deeper look we noticed that there were some small defects: paint missing from the wall at some parts, crappy ceiling above the shower, shower door hanging loose, etc. Housekeeping: 2 mornings in a row, we had housekeeping coming over between 9-10 in the morning. The first time, we went to get breakfast and when we arrived in the room housekeeping was already there. We had to enter while they were there which felt rather strange. The second morning, we were again still in the room so they had to come back later. We never experienced this before and it was certainly not logical that even on the day of check-out, they did not wait to do the housekeeping until after we checked out. So overall, although the pricing is not too bad, taking into account the remarks here above, we would probably not stay again in this hotel next time we are coming to Paris.
Can't believe any hotels now a days that don't have tea/coffee making facilities in room or shared on floor....bathroom doors give no privacy and leaks,can only get French TV that actually works,two English news channels that only work whilst watching in the TV guide part with the tiny screen,u try watch on full screen and it cuts out and jumps all the time.service OK but hotel itself is not that good room smells musky due to leaky showers it looks like...Paris never again...
The hotel is located close enough to the Gare du Nord that it's easy to get from one to the other but it's also not so close that you can hear the trains going by at night. The room is not the most spacious but it's roomy enough for a Paris hotel. The only downside was that at night, the doors locked, and we had to buzz someone to come let us in. The gentleman was usually nearby but still, not the most pleasant experience at 3am.
Located in 10th Arrondissement, Hotel Eurostars Panorama is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Galeries Lafayette and Paris Opera. This 43-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a computer station, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Located centrally in Paris, it's also close to Notre Dame Cathedral and Arc de Triomphe.
Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.
All of Hotel Eurostars Panorama's 43 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and LCD TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and designer toiletries. Desks are also included.
Guests of Hotel Eurostars Panorama enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and laundry facilities. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage.
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