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Pavillon Villiers Etoile

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The area was great and the staff were absolutely on point. They also let us check-in early which may be why we got a somewhat 'budget' room.

This hotel is in a residential neighborhood, 5 minutes from the 2 & 3 lines of the Metro. Staff is very friendly, and the front desk is manned 24/7. I have stayed in many different hotels in Europe, and while it may not have all the luxeries the 5 star in Switzerland had, it was everything I was looking for in a 3 star. Room was clean, well maintained, the hot water in the shower was perfect after a long day of sightseeing. This hotel will be my go to spot in Paris now.

The staff (unlike Mr. Joel - the front desk person) was nice, the location very convenient, but the size of the rooms was extremely small. We could barely turn around.

It's a small, old hotel but close to the metro and the staff was friendly. A small market street and bakeries open in the morning. A nearby restaurant Les Poulettes Batignolles was very good.

My wife and i looked for a hotel that is not expensive, but still close to the center of Paris. The "Pavillon Villiers Etoile" was a great choice. it is located very near to the "Villiers" metro station which allows transportation to every where in the city in minutes. moreover, near the hotel are a variety of grocery stores, bistros, boulangeries, patiseries that allows you to buy food and have picnics were ever you want. The rooms are a bit little, but for us it was just fine. The staff was affable. thank you for a pleasant stay

This was a nice hotel for the price. Clean reasonably comfortable room. M biggest complaint was the lousy Wifi. Don't waste money paying for the wifi in the room. Signal was horrible and it kept cutting out. It was a waste of euros. They have free wifi in the lobby but don't expect a decent signal there either. The hotel location is wonderful and a short walk to the Villiers metro stop. The street vendors and restaurants right around the corner are very charming and there is access to decent food so I never ate breakfast in the hotel. If I ever have to go back to Paris I would definitely stay in this hotel again. I appreciated the easy metro access...easy to get to from Orly or CDG by train.

The Hotel is very close to the train plus the neighborhood has tons of restaurants, coffee shops and cute boutiques. However, the room comfort was bad After a long day walking in Paris I expected to find a comfortable bed and it was not the case. The bed was so hard and uncomfortable that my husband and I could not relax. Also the internet did not work at the room only at the reception and courtyard.

Stayed at hotel convenient to Villiers Metro stop, staff is very helpful, Wifi could be better. No need to worry about speaking french hotel staff goes out of their way to speak english or spanish to you. Room is average compared to other hotels, small but then again no one is there to stay all day in the room. One thing that they need is all the tvs only get local french channels so yeah that kinda ruined it when you get back tired trying to relax watching tv and you cant understand. One thing that you positively need to take is a better pillow!!! Overall for the convenience, the locale the atmosphere of the place it is a great place to stay. Food within walking distance pharmacies, food stands and fresh fruit stands, neighborhood is great not once did we feel unsafe. Overall if you get better pillows and maybe a couple of english channels you could say it was an awesome hotel!

the hotel is close to an open air market and to the metro station Villiers, taking Rue de Rome south two blocks away you have a 20 minutes walk to the mega stores of Galerie Lafayette and le Printemps. Problem with unreliable wifi and once no hot water to take a bath or a shower. globally nice hotel and nice staff but no more than that except if you want to be in a typical pariss district with a lot of food stores and a Prisunic around on rue Levis.

My wife and I enjoyed our stay here. The staff is polite and helpful, and the rooms are budgety but worth it. The location was amazing! The hotel is in a perfect location - around the block from a market street with bakeries, fruit & vegetables, coffee houses and even a super market! It's a 5 minute walk from the Villiers Metro line (number 2), 10 minutes walk from the Monceau park, and 20 minutes walk (if you feel like walking instead of taking the Metro) - from Arc de Triomph! The area a quiet, and so is the hotel. I aprreciated the fact that the lobby has free wifi, plus free access to a computer so you can check your emails, sites etc. Breakfast is with an extra Fee so we just got Baggetts and stuff nearby. The rooms are pleasent - the tv wasn't working but we were told that soon the tv's will have free satelite service. The rooms have heating but aren't air-conditioned, so the winter is nice but I don't know how bad it is in the summer. There is a free safe in the room, plus a minibar you can use for free storage. The bathroom is ok but there's no bathtub - just a shower with a curtain, which was annoying because the water wets the whole bathroom floor. Last - The bed was on wheels, which was pretty annoying cause it easily glides, which was annoying. Other than that, the hotel is defenitely adequate worth the money if your on a budget, and will suply you a pretty pleasent stay, in a very good location. Although the few cons aformentioned, I would defenitely stay here again.

We stayed 4 days in Paris, basically used the room to rest and sleep. If you are looking for a place to put your clothes and sleep this hotel is close to the Metro station, no more than a few stops from the the major attractions. The hotel let us store our luggage, we arrived at 9:00 AM and did not check until 2:00 PM. No air conditioning, if you opened the windows you heard "everything" going on in the other rooms. Towels were not replaced on a daily basis, Breakfast was okay the first morning and then declined, from meats, cheese, breads, yogurts, fruit to one type of meat, bread and yogurt on the last day. No reason for it.

The breakfast was very good, the staff in the hotel were very pleasant and helpful

6 Rue Lebouteux Paris Paris

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Parc Monceau
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge
  • Concierge services

Located in 17th Arrondissement within a short walk of Parc Monceau, Pavillon Villiers Etoile is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Galeries Lafayette. This 55 -room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and concierge services. Also close to this Paris hotel are Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower.


Dining

Start your day off with buffet breakfast, 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.


Rooms

All of Pavillon Villiers Etoile's 55 heated rooms provide minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and satellite TV. Hair dryers and desks are also standard.


Property features

At Pavillon Villiers Etoile, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas. Helpful staff can provide dry cleaning/laundry services, concierge services, and luggage storage.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Room, Connecting Rooms

Twin 4 | Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Pavillon Villiers Etoile

Everyone (2) Business (2) Couples (5) Family (1) Other (2)
3
Everyone

The area was great and the staff were absolutely on point. They also let us check-in early which may be why we got a somewhat 'budget' room.

By on Jun 3, 2017

5

great hotel, great location

Everyone

This hotel is in a residential neighborhood, 5 minutes from the 2 & 3 lines of the Metro. Staff is very friendly, and the front desk is manned 24/7. I have stayed in many different hotels in Europe, and while it may not have all the luxeries the 5 star in Switzerland had, it was everything I was looking for in a 3 star. Room was clean, well maintained, the hot water in the shower was perfect after a long day of sightseeing. This hotel will be my go to spot in Paris now.

By , from Houston, TX on Mar 19, 2017

3

extremely small rooms

BusinessTravelers

The staff (unlike Mr. Joel - the front desk person) was nice, the location very convenient, but the size of the rooms was extremely small. We could barely turn around.

By on Feb 15, 2015

4

old, but good value

Singles

It's a small, old hotel but close to the metro and the staff was friendly. A small market street and bakeries open in the morning. A nearby restaurant Les Poulettes Batignolles was very good.

By on Jan 17, 2015

4

thank you for a good expirience

Couples

My wife and i looked for a hotel that is not expensive, but still close to the center of Paris. The "Pavillon Villiers Etoile" was a great choice. it is located very near to the "Villiers" metro station which allows transportation to every where in the city in minutes. moreover, near the hotel are a variety of grocery stores, bistros, boulangeries, patiseries that allows you to buy food and have picnics were ever you want. The rooms are a bit little, but for us it was just fine. The staff was affable. thank you for a pleasant stay

By on Jul 2, 2014

3

decent hotel for the money

BusinessTravelers

This was a nice hotel for the price. Clean reasonably comfortable room. M biggest complaint was the lousy Wifi. Don't waste money paying for the wifi in the room. Signal was horrible and it kept cutting out. It was a waste of euros. They have free wifi in the lobby but don't expect a decent signal there either. The hotel location is wonderful and a short walk to the Villiers metro stop. The street vendors and restaurants right around the corner are very charming and there is access to decent food so I never ate breakfast in the hotel. If I ever have to go back to Paris I would definitely stay in this hotel again. I appreciated the easy metro access...easy to get to from Orly or CDG by train.

By on Apr 15, 2013

3

good location but not confortable

Couples

The Hotel is very close to the train plus the neighborhood has tons of restaurants, coffee shops and cute boutiques. However, the room comfort was bad After a long day walking in Paris I expected to find a comfortable bed and it was not the case. The bed was so hard and uncomfortable that my husband and I could not relax. Also the internet did not work at the room only at the reception and courtyard.

By on Jun 5, 2012

4

no thrills or frills but good overall!

Couples

Stayed at hotel convenient to Villiers Metro stop, staff is very helpful, Wifi could be better. No need to worry about speaking french hotel staff goes out of their way to speak english or spanish to you. Room is average compared to other hotels, small but then again no one is there to stay all day in the room. One thing that they need is all the tvs only get local french channels so yeah that kinda ruined it when you get back tired trying to relax watching tv and you cant understand. One thing that you positively need to take is a better pillow!!! Overall for the convenience, the locale the atmosphere of the place it is a great place to stay. Food within walking distance pharmacies, food stands and fresh fruit stands, neighborhood is great not once did we feel unsafe. Overall if you get better pillows and maybe a couple of english channels you could say it was an awesome hotel!

By on May 21, 2012

3

nice district clean hotel

Singles

the hotel is close to an open air market and to the metro station Villiers, taking Rue de Rome south two blocks away you have a 20 minutes walk to the mega stores of Galerie Lafayette and le Printemps. Problem with unreliable wifi and once no hot water to take a bath or a shower. globally nice hotel and nice staff but no more than that except if you want to be in a typical pariss district with a lot of food stores and a Prisunic around on rue Levis.

By on May 19, 2012

3

fine, adequate and budgety hotel!

Couples

My wife and I enjoyed our stay here. The staff is polite and helpful, and the rooms are budgety but worth it. The location was amazing! The hotel is in a perfect location - around the block from a market street with bakeries, fruit & vegetables, coffee houses and even a super market! It's a 5 minute walk from the Villiers Metro line (number 2), 10 minutes walk from the Monceau park, and 20 minutes walk (if you feel like walking instead of taking the Metro) - from Arc de Triomph! The area a quiet, and so is the hotel. I aprreciated the fact that the lobby has free wifi, plus free access to a computer so you can check your emails, sites etc. Breakfast is with an extra Fee so we just got Baggetts and stuff nearby. The rooms are pleasent - the tv wasn't working but we were told that soon the tv's will have free satelite service. The rooms have heating but aren't air-conditioned, so the winter is nice but I don't know how bad it is in the summer. There is a free safe in the room, plus a minibar you can use for free storage. The bathroom is ok but there's no bathtub - just a shower with a curtain, which was annoying because the water wets the whole bathroom floor. Last - The bed was on wheels, which was pretty annoying cause it easily glides, which was annoying. Other than that, the hotel is defenitely adequate worth the money if your on a budget, and will suply you a pretty pleasent stay, in a very good location. Although the few cons aformentioned, I would defenitely stay here again.

By on May 25, 2011