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The location of the hotel is great: near Louvre Museum, rue Rivoli, Les Halles, Centre Pompidou. Lot of restaurants and bars just at few steps from it. The Hotel is small but very clean. The service is good.
the room is actually pretty noise (outside noise - as expected) but the water pipes in the room are a nightmare
Its location. It was very close to where I wanted to be. The room was drab, the carpet worn. The decor was dreary. The matress was hard, lumpy and worn.
Location, location, location! Great location in Paris
Position is perfect!! The staff is very friendly and helpful rooms are too small for families,
They forget to mention the hotel is located to a construction site so essentially sleeping is impossible due to the terrible noise. The rooms are tiny, they look nothing like the pictures, the elevator can barely fit one carry-on bag and management is delusional. Whoever awarded 4 stars to this hotel must have been tripping on magic mushrooms. It's 2 stars at best despite the renovations in the lobby. For 200 euro a night you are way better off going to the Novotel a block away.
location and staff
the central location and the staff.
Great location especially if you arrive in Paris by train. Rooms are very small.
Very friendly and helpful receptionist and a very clean room The shower made the entire bathroom wet
The service at the front desk was friendly and helpful I would definitely return on my next visit to Paris. No
This hotel is very centralized near Notre Dame and the Hotel De Ville Metro. Thomas, the receptionist. I'm rating this briefly b/c I am a critic. My full review will be on another website and popular magazine. First, the room was filthy and tiny. Not worth the money. There were blood stains on the curtains. The chairs in the room had more stains than I could count, looking as if they have never been cleaned. The toilet ran all day and all night requiring maintenance. The fixture in the kitchenette was loose and after addressing it with management nothing was done. The vent in the bathroom had inadequate ventilation and had dirt fuzz hanging off of it. I had to clean it myself. It looked as if it had never been cleaned. The bathtub leaked from both sides when taking a shower requiring us to use half of the towels in the bathroom for each shower so we wouldn’t slip on the floor. The hotel cleaning staff never did an adequate job cleaning the bathroom and after discussing it with Thomas the receptionist, he explained that they were unreliable and often did not show up to work. Despite his excuses he was very nice and cordial. The mini-bar was in a cabinet with no vent creating a heat source from under the kitchenette. This made the room even hotter because the air conditioning did not work for our entire stay. The rude Chilean woman receptionist almost scolded me and my wife telling us not to touch the thermostat in the room. I heard other guest complaining about this issue also. It registered a constant 29 Celsius, or 85 Fahrenheit. Lastly, the wireless internet connection did not work. It required a cable from hotel management. The best thing about our stay at this hotel was the location and the service received by Thomas, though after finding out I was a critic he explained to me that there were much bugger and nicer rooms and offered to let me see them. I declined. We should have received a nicer room if it was available. This is definitely not a 4 star hotel. It barely makes 3 in my book.
Very good position next to bars, brasseries and metro Rooms are very nice but a bit small
the courtesey and the comfort, quietness
great location, very helpful staff, comfortable, quiet room
The location of the hotel is excellent. Very near the metro and in the heart of the Marais. Most of the front desk staff were very helpful and friendly Upon check-in the staff at the front desk were aloof, bordering on rude and one woman was particularly unengaged and rude.
The central location, closeness to the subway system and the pleasant view from the window.
The room was very spacious, for a hotel in the centre of paris. It is really idealy located in the heart of the centre 30 meters away from the metro, in the lovely Marais area. We got a free upgrade to a superior room because we stayed there for 5 days, which was great. Staff was nice and spoke english (as well as french) really well. Another great thing was the rooms are all overlooking an atrium, so you do not hear any street noise. I've stayed in a lot of hotels in paris but this was by far the best one ! I would recommend this hotel to anyone ! PS we didn't have breakfast in the hotel, so i don't know how that was.
Delightful, friendly and helpful service from the concierge Loic. Good English spoken. Comfortable clean room. Public sitting area/reception was limited because of lace of space and because weather was bad and we could not sit in the pretty courtyard. However we were happy to return to our cosy room after a long day of sightseeing. Excellent for a short city break and good location for sightseeing in Paris and close to a metro station. No
Excellent location, excellent staff. Very comfortable room. Only slight niggles - I wasn't sure how the air conditioning worked (the room was a little warm at night) and the toilet was sometimes a little eccentric. To be fair, however, the concierge did offer to have a look at the toilet if we wanted and, again, I could have asked about the air conditioning. On the whole, we were delighted with the hotel and will definitely stay again and recommend it to others.
Excellent location. Comfortable rooms. Very nice breakfast. Very helpful staff. We had several problems with our room (safe not working, heating not working, toilet flush broke down while we were there). The staff available were as helpful as they could be and did their very best. I think we were just particularly unlucky anbd I have no reason to believe that other guests had similar problems. To compensate for all our problems we were offered free breakfast each morning and also got a half bottle of champagne. The most senior staff available most of the time was a receptionist and there was no manager on site.
Lots of amenities. Beautiful windows overlooking pedestrian path. Room on small side in relation to size of bed but actually had more extra space than many hotel rooms in Paris or other major cities. Luxurious bathroom. Nice buffet. Very well located as it is an easy walk to metro, Seine, Notre Dame, etc.
The room was very run down. There was a hole in the ceiling in the bathroom, the rug was very old and worn. The room was small and looked into a wall. The room is in need of maintenance and the photos online don't reflect reality.
Good location. Nice restaurants near by and walking distance to main attractions. Room interior decoration in historic style. Very helpful staff. Little noise from street.
The location is pretty decent, though it can be noisy at weekends. The hotel has no record of my four-day booking, and told me my confirmation email was "impossible". They found us a room after several hours, but we had to change after the first night. Rooms are very small and dusty, and we had a steep 81-step climb to get to them. The "deluxe" room, where we stayed for our first night, was pretty tatty and noisy. The "standard room" was in slightly better condition, and away from the road.
Hotel St. Merry should be considered as a cultural visit to the past. It is a small piece of re-purposed space from the corner of an old church connected. North Americans will be "amused" at the compactness of the entire structure but should understand that for the price it is well situated in the 4th district with quick access to Paris central. The staff are very friendly. There is no elevator. Perhaps a little more attention to detail in cleaning. Though all fixtures are quaintly original and authentic some require new fabric as in the case of lamp shades. This is mostly regarding "soft furnishings". We liked the sheets but not the bed covers...duvet's would be more appropriate to the ambiance.
Its atmosphere and entirely unique style. Its staff who are unobtrusive yet keen to help. Will book at Saint-Merry again because we've visited several times over the years and are fond of it, but could not yet recommend to friends for reasons below. The lack of lighting in our 3rd floor room with a window overlooking other windows. Even though the room had no direct outside light many of the lights were either not working or had 'dead' bulbs in them. A lot of mending needed on wooden furniture and on electric plugs - no janitorial upkeep apparent.
good place very helpful/friendly staffs
close to the Pompidou museum they did not give me an invoice when I left I had the bad feeling I had been cheated and they do not have a bus to go to the airport as most hotels have, they only says just take a taxi this means we do not care about you. I do not recommend this hotel.