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Very good solution for sightseeing. Metro and rail station just 100 metres from the hotel.
The staff is very friendly and speak english :).
Varied breakfest and is OK.
Room for two persons is spacious enough
The location is purrrrfect! Tho, its a small boutique hotel, not much amenities. Rooms are small and cozy. Stayed 3 person in 1 room. Heater wasnt working well.
Breakfast was ok. Cant expect much from them. Tho, they do have good coffee and tea and...More
We were in a party of 5 and came from London to Paris on the Eurostar over last week.
We were ripped off by this Maxicab who charged us Euro 70 for the ride from the station to Hotel Astrid (10 mins ride) .... not...More
Hotel is in good location ,room very nice.Unfortunately this only plus. On the last day just before check out one of staff stolen from our room 50 euros. It was just before check out so perhaps she believe we dont have enough time to report...More
2 Thank Martyna K
Response from floastrid123, Directeur général at Hotel AstridResponded 5 February 2013
We thank you for taking the time to share your experience at the Hotel Astrid.
We feel that we did the best we could under the given circumstances.
On January 03rd before checking out, you left the hotel for 5 minutes with your...More
I booked this hotel mainly due to the good reviews....It was everything we expected, the room although small had virtually everything we needed, comfortable bed, and good clean bathroom...being on the top floor we also had great views of the arc de Triomphe. The only...More
This area is characterized by its namesake avenue which extends northwest from the Louvre to the modern business district, punctuated by the iconic Arc de Triomphe. Grand embassies stand among impressive offices and presidential palaces; architecture from 19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron Haussmann flank haute-couture boutiques. This
neighborhood never rests, buzzing with visitors from around the world at all times of day and night, all within a stone's throw of the Seine.