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The breakfast options needs to be better. And the staff has to be better trained at guiding the guests in sight seeing. They don't have any passes or tickets available with them. It will be nice if they can offer some tickets/passes so that we don't have to buy them at the counters. But overall a nice hotel for quiet stay
SANDEEP HEBBAR | Wed, May 16, '18
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Staff behaviour was not so friendly. I felt some of them were arrogant. Location is not that good. You have to take shuttle for nearest train station or Disney land and the only shuttle option is hotel bus. The hotel is far from the main road.
Nitin Kejriwal | Sat, Oct 3, '15
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Pathetic experience. The Hotel had worst service with no housekeeping and basic requirements. The hotel was clean but the reception staff was very rude and there was no response fr ...
Location is good, size of the room is also good and it is value for money for sure.. I don't think spending so much money in hotel make sense because when you visit Paris you hardly spend time in hotel. It is so happening place so you come here and spend time to sleep in hotel. In that case is not bad at all...
Jitender Dhingra | Sat, Jul 23, '16
Rs. 33,575Choose Dates
The Front Desk staff were really nice and helpful. Was not happy with the breakfast as most of the time tea was only warm instead of hot. The breakfast time will be more efficiently attended to with two people helping each other. There are no kettles, tea bags, sugar and coffee to enable clients to make a cup of tea when they feel like having one. It would be nice as a complimentary to the customers to have tea bags, coffee, sugar in the rooms.
Gertrude | Mon, Nov 4, '13
Rs. 35,693Choose Dates
The stay in this hotel was very pleasant. Staff is very courteous and helpful. This hotel is closest to the Gare de Lyon train station, making it the most preferable destination for people who wish to go around Paris. Both Train station and Paris Metro (metro as well as RER are few steps from hotel).
Jagannath Taduri | Thu, Mar 3, '16
Rs. 39,615Choose Dates
We had a comfortable stay for 6 nights at Radisson. Check in was easy. Clean rooms. Breakfast was good. Paris was unusually hot at this time of the year. We had issues with the air conditioner. However it was fixed by the technician soon
Hariharan | Sat, Sep 23, '17
Rs. 33,261Choose Dates
Pathetic experience. The Hotel had worst service with no housekeeping and basic requirements. The hotel was clean but the reception staff was very rude and there was no response from reception. Hotel is least bothered for the guests ; they are just behind guests money. Being in a hospitality industry, they have zero hospitality.
Vishal Khandelwal | Mon, Jan 1, '18
Rs. 18,121Choose Dates
The Hotel Madison is a modern trendy hotel. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Our "deluxe" room was just the right size with new furniture and fittings. One hint is to check that the windows have been closed as the cleaning staff tend to leave them slightly ajar, letting the street noise sneak in. Also the builders who refurbished the bathroom need to seal the glass in the shower, as this becomes a bit of a water feature. Overall I enjoyed this boutique city hotel that is in a perfect location for a Paris tourist.
Leona | Thu, Jun 14, '12
Rs. 53,657Choose Dates
Excellent reception staff. Particularly Ms Kaoutar was so friendly and helped us all the way to metro station and again she was of immense help to buy metro train tickets. She will be in our mind for ever for the kind of attitude she has shown.
Malali | Sun, Dec 31, '17
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Hotel is situated close to metro and a bus station, that’s the only thing I liked about it. When you enter the hotel, you’ll find rude receptionist who confirms about your stay and at first place takes Hotel Tax for all the nights you have booked for. Once you enter room, you’ll realise the pictures posted are real but doesn’t show real room. The rooms are small, which doesn’t have anything except for bed, mattress and pillows. It lacks basic amenities like electric kettle, bathroom toiletries. Bathroom doesn’t have bathing area just a tub. There are many good options available in similar and better localities at same price. Not recommended.
Mohit | Sat, Feb 3, '18
Rs. 9,751Choose Dates
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About Hotels in Paris
- Paris, better known as the ‘City of Lights’, ensnares you with its scintillating beauty.
- Honoré de Balzac has rightly stated, “Whoever does not visit Paris regularly will never really be elegant.”
- It is a city of culture, history, delicious food and wine.
- Easily recognized by the twinkling lights on the Eiffel Tower, it glitters as one of the fashion capitals of the world.
- Clothing modelled on the runways of Paris Fashion Week are trendsetters for the coming season, everywhere in the world.
- It is the country that speaks a language as beautiful as itself, French or La Français.
- It houses all its historical and artistic treasures in The Louvre, where Mona Lisa smiles and Michelangelo moulds magic through the marble statues.
- Enjoy the lush greenery of the city or sit at a corner coffee shop, enjoying your favourite book.
- Paris is best experienced on foot.
- As the opulence and vanity of the city spreads flavours of luxury, so will MakeMyTrip Hotels in Paris.
- If you want to experience luxury like the French royalty did back in the day, opt for MMT’s curated list of five-star hotels in Paris:
o BEST WESTERN Plaza Elysees Hotel, near Champs Elysees
o Le Cinq Codet, near Eiffel Tower
o Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel, Near the Louvre
o Paris Marriott Hotel at Champs Elysees
o Fouquet’s Barriere Hotel at Champs Elysees
o Park Hyatt Paris Vendome Hotel, near Opera House
o Shangri-La Hotel Paris, near Bois de Boulogne
5 Star Paris Hotels
- MakeMyTrip Hotels in Paris include an abundance of three-star hotels with picturesque city views and a buzz of activities happening around every other corner of the city.
- These hotels may be a little less luxurious than the five-star options, but give you the same Parisian experience any other hotel in Paris.
- Here are some renowned 3-star Hotels in Paris: o Residhotel les Hauts d’Andilly, Val d’oise o Timhotel Berthier Paris 17. Arc de Triomphe o Hotel At Gare du Nord, Gare du Nord o Berne Opera Hotel, Opera house o Hotel Europe Saint Severin Paris, Latin Quarter
3 Star Paris Hotels
- Paris is definitely not a cheap place, but MakeMyTrip hotels in Paris offer an array of budget hotels, which serve as cheap options for travellers with more passion to explore the city.
Budget Hotels in Paris
- The best time to visit Paris is either in the spring (June to August) or in the fall (September to October).
- Opt for a property away from the street, nightclubs and shopping centres or subways, to avoid noise.
- Most rooms are not sound proof. And it is important to note that smoking in hotel rooms has been banned in Paris since 2008.
- Book your hotel in advance as hotels there exaggerate prices, taking advantage of unacquainted travellers.
- If you want to reduce your expenditure, a room with a view should not be your priority, as they tend to be more expensive.
Tips for booking Paris Hotels
- Interactive discounts
- Free cancellation policy on certain hotels
- Free Wi-Fi
- Option to pay for your hotel booking at the time of checkout
- MakeMyTrip assured hotels will be marked so on the website
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- Paris is divided into 20 arrondissements aka wards. They are all differentiated by their distinct characteristics. Central Paris comprises the first eight arrondissements; these eight make up the major historical and cultural sites of the city while the rest make up the surrounding area.
- The first eight include the area around Champs Elysées, the Lovre; Banks and stock exchange (La Bourse); Marais (old Jewish establishment); Island on the Seine and Notre Dame Cathedral; The Paris Sorbonne and Comédie Française; followed along the Sorbonne, an area with charming cafes; Musée D'Orsay and the Eiffel Tower; coming to a full circle at Arc de Triomphe at the end of Champs Elysées.
- Montmartre: The basilica of Sacré Coeur; famous cabarets like the Folies Bergères at le Moulin Rouge are based here.
- Le Marais, the old Jewish quarter, is now home to small hotels, restaurants, and bars.
- Neuilly, Auteuil, and Passy: The crème de la crème of Paris’ affluent families live here, in 16th and 17th century buildings.
Top localities to visit in Paris
- By Road: Driving to Paris from anywhere in France or the neighbouring countries of Germany and Netherlands, is possible. An extensive system of roads and highways connect major cities in the EU to Paris.
- By Train: S.N.C.F. is a prominent landmark for the French railway system. Train stations that connect Paris to the rest of Europe are: o Gare de Lyon, for trains arriving from Switzerland, Italy and Greece o Gare d'Austerlitz, for trains arriving from Spain and Portugal. o Gare du Nord, if you’re arriving from Great Britain, Belguim, Holland and Scandinavia o Gare de l'est has trains arriving from Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.
- By Air: There are two main airports in Paris, Roissey-Charles de Gaulle and Orly. They are connected to the major cities around the world. Tourists can easily take public transportation or taxis to Paris in under an hour.
How to reach Paris?
- MakeMyTrip offers a wide range of discounts on hotels in Paris. Some of the hotels are available at discounts ranging from 4% to 28%.
- Hotels in Paris start from 3248 INR per night, going as high as 123416 INR per night at the BEST WESTERN Plaza Elysees Hotel, near Champs Elysees.