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Hotel Exe Paris Centre

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Unfortunately reality of hotel was not that good as on the pictures. I really don't appreciate when they lie offering rooms on booking or other sites with pictures of rooms which are not matched to reality. Don't recommend

Hotel is really nice and clean. You can buy there a breakfast. It is good, but nothing special. I would recommend to buy a breakfast outside in some bakery. We enjoyed it much more and also if you plan to go to Louvre - buy on line ticket, than you don't have to wait few hours to get inside. People on reception are able to help you with this same like with everything.

Located in St Lazare area, this is a mediocre hotel in a mediocre area.. Its is a 3 star hotel but the staff wears no uniform so they look like relatives of the hotel owner. Gave us a very bad room at our first night and when complianed changed it with a normal room. Hotel area is 30-45 minutes far from touristic landmarks..tiring to walk. Construction going on next building to the hotel..very noisy early in the morning..trucks around... Turk ziyaretcilere not : Aksaray, Laleli gibi bölgede ve sıradan bir hotel..yaramaz... Parisi kısa süre icin ziyaret ediyorsanız Louvre'a yakın bölgede konaklamak en iyisi.

I recently stayed twice. Very close to Gare St Lazare. Quiet. Lovely staff on reception. Both my rooms fine. Clean and comfortable. Heating you can turn down. Double glazing and windows that open. Safe in room. Tv and free wifi. Two lifts. Breakfast staff need a kick up the backside as they let things run out. Be prepared to collar them and say "Il n'a pas .... du jus d'orange/ du beurre/ des croissants". Then they bring them out in small amounts. A small niggle though and I would go back. Ten mins walk to the Roissybus stop to CdG at L'Opera, which is easier than getting a heavy case up and down stairs in the metro.

Me and my partner stayed in the Exe from 13th Feb to 15th Feb - it's roughly a 30/45 min car journey from Charles De Gaulle airport - I found that using a Uber as aposed to a local taxi worked out much cheaper and easier - I'm always sceptical of using a local taxi that can charge anything they want We arrived at our hotel at 8:30pm and the reception area is nicely decorated and check in was prompt - we were shown to room 002 - just as in the pictures, a small'ish room but more than enough for the both of us - total cost for 2 nights excluding breakfast was €208, this included the room tax Day 1 we had a walk to the Eiffel Tower - roughly 1 hours walk from the hotel but I'm really glad we walked as you get to see some great sights as you walk through the street, we even stopped off at a bakery on the way - prices at the tower were €17 pp for the top of the tower via the lift and also a lot of police presence and bag checks but tbh I didn't mind to this !! Once we had finished at the tower we took a hour boat trip along the river seine, we chose a nicer looking boat and this was €15 - really nice cruise and you get to see a lot of the sights For our evening meal we toured around the hotel looking for something authentic but ended up taking lodgings in a local Brasserie - €15/20 per main which wasn't too bad Day 2 - we took another short walk to the Notre Dame cathedral - this was Free entry and was amazing and a must see - it wasn't overly busy and again more security checks We then walked 20 minutes to the Louvre - again a really nice place and the I felt the surrounding buildings were much nicer than the Louvre itself - please be careful of the street sellers, they can be very pushy all selling local tat - I was approached by one selling cotton wrist bands and as persistent as I was I just couldn't shake him off Overall my stay in Paris was amazing - and I would recommend it 100%

I stayed here when the last train to Normandy from the Gare St Lazare was cancelled. The proximity to the station (especially the platforms for Normandy) is extraordinary - 2 minutes and you are on the platform. I was given a quiet and comfortable room -- perhaps because it was very late when I came it was an 'accessible' room, being kept in case someone in a wheelchair needed it. As such, it was probably larger than the average ones. For about £80 this was a good deal.

We stayed in this hotel for 3 days. Rooms well decorated,and comfy beds, friendly and helpfull employees. It's located close to the train and underground station, and the Opera Garnier as well. I would come back and recommend it.

I stayed at the hotel for 3 nights on business and it's completely unworkable for a business trip because the WiFi in the room is so bad. I had trouble just downloading email. I did a speed test and the results were 1.6Mbps down and 0.13 Mbps up. Mobile reception in the room also wasn't great which means I couldn't tether my laptop to my phone as a hotspot to work around the bad WiFi either. The desk lamp in the room wasn't working and I told reception, they said they would send someone to look at it but nothing was done about it. Again, you also need light to work but with a broken desk lamp plus the problems with the WiFi it made virtually impossible. On the first night I ordered room service and ordered vegetable soup and the cheese platter. They came up with the soup and pasta, I informed them the order was wrong as I ordered the cheese plate not pasta. The waiter was apologetic and said he would go and arrange the cheese plate now but no one ever came back to my room. At 11.45pm (2 hours after they delivered my order) I went down to reception to tell them that I was going to bed and even if they were still organising the cheese plate, I didn't want it now and I did not want to be charged for it.

I stayed in the hotel for just for a weekend with some friends. When we first arrived around 23:30, the area did look scary and we felt a bit out of place. The next morning the streets were a lot busier and seemed like a different place! The hotel is near a train station which mean it was easy to get into central Paris each day and only a short walk to the shops. The rooms were basic but clean and comfortable which was perfect for what we needed! For what we paid compared to the look of some of the other hotels, it was everything we needed! The staff were friendly, we didn’t have breakfast as it was 12 euro a day but there is a nice bakery down the road. I would definitely recommend for a few days in Paris if you're looking for somewhere basic to crash and not to expensive!

We stayed here for the third time recently and, as on previous trips, it did not disappoint. We arrived in the midst of an unprecedented heatwave so we were incredibly grateful that our room had fully functioning air conditioning! We were at the front, on the fifth floor, but the noise from the road/street was not at all excessive and as a bonus that must be the older part of the building because we had lovely wooden beams to admire in the ceiling as well. The staff were, as always, friendly and helpful and the tasty buffet breakfast remains excellent value for money particularly if you book in advance on the website and take advantage of the discounts they offer. It is the location that is one of the best parts of any stay though. You can walk down to the Jardin de Tuilleries/Louvre and the river Seine within an easy 20 minutes, and Gare Saint Lazare station is five minutes down the road for access to the Metro or some main line services. There are also some good cafe/restaurants close by, and a number of shops. All in all a really nice hotel, centrally located and very reasonably priced. I can't imagine us staying anywhere else in Paris!

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Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Galeries Lafayette and Paris Opera
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Concierge services
  • Laundry facilities

Hotel Exe Paris Centre places you in 9th Arrondissement, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Galeries Lafayette and Paris Opera. This 61-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, concierge services, and express check-in. Located centrally in Paris, it's also close to Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame Cathedral.


Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.


All 61 recently renovated rooms feature minibars, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and wired Internet, along with TVs. Other standard amenities include phones, desks, and free toiletries.

Property features

Guests of Hotel Exe Paris Centre enjoy free WiFi in public areas, express check-in, and express check-out. Airport transportation is made easy with a shuttle from the hotel to the airport (available 24 hours) for EUR 90 per vehicle. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free newspapers and laundry facilities.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

65% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 423 reviews