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All reviewseiffel towermetro stationgreat locationstay there againthe staff spoke englishgreat bedthe hotel staffstreet sidehop on hopshort stay in parisdouble bedarc de triumphbooked this hotelrooms are smallhotel is locatedwi fiaround the corner
We stayed at the Best Western for 2 nights in June 2017. Took the Eurostar from London then a taxi to the hotel. Taxi cost 20 euros to hotel. Location is very convenient to the Eiffel Tower and there are quite a few cafes nearby....More
I stayed in the Best Western au trocadero middle of May 2017... Great Location..I also want to state that the hotel staff was very good. Very knowledgeable.. English was spoken... The rooms, although quite small (but for Paris its expected) were quite efficient.. NIcely decorated......More
Dreadful room, tiny with poor amenities. Bathroom impossible to move, poor air conditioning, minibar did not work. Tiny hanging space for clothes. Awful breakfast and intermittently working internet. Only on English TV channel, and unable to view the screen as it was at a weird...More
If you are looking at enjoying Paris but don't want to be right in the middle of the city this is a great choice. At the end of the street there are 3 lovely restaurants/cafes with the perfunctory sidewalk tables. Ahead of that...More
Great hotel located very close to the Eiffel Tower with awesome views of the tower itself. Hotel is well maintained and very very clean throughout. Room was very nice and spotless and just perfect for a short stay in Paris for a couple of nights....More
This is the neighbourhood of grand and impressive Haussmann-designed apartments and buildings. National museums overlook the Eiffel Tower and embassies fill the avenues and streets. Locals head to the butcher, florist, or bakery on their daily rounds amidst luxury and splendour, all with a view over Paris and its most famous tower. Snuggled in between the grand buildings are small art galleries and homes of historical
significance. With a rich legacy from 19th century politics, art, and architecture, you can’t help but be reminded of the belle époque, the Universal Exhibitions and the nobility that have frequented and shaped these streets.
Hi, we took a direct bus from CDG to Trocadero via Le bus direct. I bought my tickets on the spot using the ticket booth (using my credit card) and waited for about 10 mins before hopping onto the bus. There are a few lines... More
Hi, we took a direct bus from CDG to Trocadero via Le bus direct. I bought my tickets on the spot using the ticket booth (using my credit card) and waited for about 10 mins before hopping onto the bus. There are a few lines, so do look out for Line 2 which brings you to Trocadero.
Once you alight, the hotel is just right ahead, less than 3 mins walk. le bus direct may not be the cheapest option for bus, but it's real convenient. I bought a one way Trip so it costs about 17€ per pax per way.
Hope the above helps!