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The staff were wonderful! When we arrived with our bicycles still in boxes, they allowed us to store them in a tiny office until our ground-floor room was ready! With a locked gate separating the hotel from the public road, we felt very secure sleeping with our window open and thoroughly enjoyed the wonderful breakfast that is included in the price. This hotel is so close to the Eiffel Tower that we made multiple trips both there and to other Paris highlights by foot -- the Louvre, Arc de Triumph, and Notre Dame. Hameau de Passy was a great starting point for our vacation!!
Not impressed with this hotel! Room was extremely hot and made it very difficult to sleep. Difficult to take a shower as well due to hand held shower head, slanted ceiling and no shower curtain causing water to spray all over bathroom. Older gentleman at front desk was extremely rude and literally yelled at me when I called down to tell him I thought a fuse had blown because the floor fan (our only salvation) turned off. He yelled at me that he wasn’t an electrician and what did I expect him to do? Then continued to yell at me telling me to be careful with the fan because it was weak!! Have never met a ruder desk person! Narrow spiral staircase made it very difficult to bring up luggage and was not asked if we needed help. Good location and comfortable beds, with the exception of the sheets being soaked through due to the heat. Definitely DO NOT RECOMMEND:(
1- garden does not mean garden, path with flowers along the edge 2-tiny rooms, smelt awful, dirty bathroom 3- spiral stairs outside to go to higher floors 4- breakfast, if you want teeth left go have breakfast elsewhere, you get tiny croissant, rock hard bread and another pastry with a drink on a tray, no plate 5- people smoking directly outside lower floor windows 6- cleaners start ridiculously early so don’t expect a lay in 7- locate hotel in tiny alley and lots of works going on so can be noisy +1. Good location
We stayed in this hotel during our visit to Paris. Location of the hotel is close to Trocadero square from where you can have the best view of the Eiffel tower. Eiffel tower itself is at walking distance from this hotel. There are variety of eateries, bakeries close by for food lovers. Because of the proximity to Eiffel tower, you can go there during night to see the lit up structure. The neighborhood is very safe. The rooms were a tad small but considering the location this is acceptable. Breakfast could do with some improvements. Would recommend this hotel
Rooms are a bit too tiny and the staircases (spiral ones) could pose an issue to some. A coffee tea maker in the room was much desired , so also the breakfast served ,which I think was highly inadequate per french standards. Not even a second serving of tea or coffee. But must say that the Staff is very friendly and helpful. Full marks to them The location is great and just about 10 minutes from the Eiffel tower
Getting to the Hameau de Passy through a private lane, you will discover a flowery garden sheltered from the city rumors. Its absolute calm will surprise you: the song of the birds is the only diversion. This is …Morecountryside in Paris! Less
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US$ 110 - US$ 240 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hameau De Passy Paris
Hameau De Passy Hotel Paris
France > Ile-de-France > Paris > Trocadero / Passy
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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.