TRYP Paris Opéra4.0 out of 5.0
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The size is just right for one person. Will be tight with 2 people. The location is perfect for me. Accessibility is one of the best features. Metro in front of it. Cabs readily available, center of the city. Tourist attractions a stones throw away!
Close to Aussie Pub, Hard Rock Café, Real Parisian Cafes, Underground, Taxis and Buses easy transport to The Moulin Rouge, Tour operators, The Louvre, and Eifel Tower. A most pleasant and enjoyable place to holiday
A small room in an old hotel = 16 inch clearance around the bed with 11 foot ceilings and creaky floor. this is Europe and that's OK, but the dribble from the shower was inadequate to have a decent shower. If we had been in Paris for more than 2 nights we would have switched hotels. A strong viable shower is important to us. Room décor was very upscale & nice but not as important as a fully functional shower.
The best thing about this hotel is location. Restaurants, coffee shops, ice cream, stores and much more. To make things even better, you can find the entrance to the metro station right in front of the hotel building. Our check-in was fast and very professional. Our room was clean, but it had two major problems. One, shower mold. I left a note to housekeeping asking them to take care of that. When we came back it was nice and clean. Second problem, our room was in the third floor, room 314, and part of the floor seems to be sinking! That's a major hazard that needs to be taken care of soon. Other than that, our stay was comfortable and would definitely stay here again.
House keeping enters your room whenever they feel like it, even with the "Do not disturb" sign on doors. No privacy expected. They also trash personal medical items from your room and no one is hold accountable for the issues. Front desk staff is not proficient in English and cannot resolve any issues you may encounter during your stay. Expect no preferential treatment as a Melia rewards member, you are just another guest. Housekeeping makes noises from 9am and on, you may not rest as you would like.
Good, economical hotel with clean rooms. Had serious wifi issues during our stay that never seemed to be resolved over the six days, and that had an impact on our ability to find restaurants, plan our day, and enjoy our vacation.
For my last business trip to Paris, the usual Melia hotels that I take were full (La Defense and Melia Champs Elysees) so this was offered as an alternative. The front desk staff was super friendly, that, besides the bed, was the best about the stay. I reported 3 problems with my room, they were totally ignored. The breakfast was also another disappointment, the bread was very hard to chew, the staff was not very motivated. If I compare it to other Melia Hotels, then I don't understand what is happening here.
Stayed whilst attending the Paris Air Show 2017. Very well kept hotel with all the basic amenities. Air conditioning in the room was a welcome bonus as the temperature during the week was around 38C! Very handy for the metro and a 15 min walk to the RER at Auber or 20 mins to Chatalet. Surrounded by excellent dining facilities. Front desk very helpful and informative and seemed to speak French, English and Spanish equally adeptly.
Hotel room was extremely hot. I was unable to get a good nights sleep, and opening the window did not help due to high temps outside, and facing a tiny courtyard. The AC barely made a difference and then after 2 nights, it just completely broke. Hotel staff did not seem phased at all by this. Additonally, the wifi was extremely slow and basically unusable, and then also broke completely. The halls of the hotel were very strange with many doors throughout and the room was tiny. The location was centrally located, but we still ended up taking the metro to everywhere we went. Overall I would not recommend this hotel. After walking around the city all day, the last thing you want to do is come back to a stuffy, hot hotel room with no WiFi. I would consider tthis more of a 2-star, than 4-star hotel.
This place is centrally located to everything. The metro is right outside, so if you plan on doing alot of touristy things, its fabulous for that. The continental breakfast is classic french. You won't be disappointed! Also, there are a ton of eateries close by that are open late, so you'll get good food within a few steps of the hotel. Consequently, there is alot of late night noise. If you keep your windows closed though, its not bad. The rooms are clean, but small. Our room looked right over Grands Boulevard and because the AC was broken (along with the wifi) during our stay, we kept the floor to ceiling window open so we wouldn't suffocate. Our room was not what we booked (double, not a twin), so we had to share a bed. The morning staff was not too helpful with any of that. However, the evening staff (Azory, in particular) went out of his way to make us comfortable and help us find our way around Paris. He recommended restaurants, which did not disappoint, helped us learn to use the metro, and taught us a little useful french we didn't know too. The experience we had would have been far less enjoyable were it not for him. He definitely went above and beyond what was expected to not only accommodate our needs, but make our experience a memorable one we won't soon forget.
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