The hotel was very good, but by my standards, expensive. I knew that Paris was expensive, so I wasn't surprised, but did find the room small (for the money, and by Washington, DC area standards, perhaps not by Paris norms). Also, while the place was lovely, and the facilities were clean and modern, a small gripe was the shower. It had two means of water delivery, a European, hand-held shower nozzle and an overhead, large American style nozzle. Both worked well, but the shower stall door did not completely close, so that when using the overhead shower head delivery system, the bathroom floor got quite wet requiring use of a bath towel to mop up. We used the handheld to avoid this problem, but for this money would have expected the shower door to close. With a cafe and/or restaurant at virtually every street corner, this couple of comfort seeking Americans, did not find it necessary to be captive at the hotel for breakfast nor for other meals. On arrival, we were tired and ready for dinner--we made the mistake of taking the suggestion of the bellman about a nearby restaurant, and we should have known better. The restaurant, I believe the name of it was something on the order of Petite Riche , or something like that, was "substantially average", perhaps even mediocre--it was pricey, and that was expected, but not really very good--we had a good time, and in spite of rather ordinary offerings and the kind of sloppy service (not the waiter, but the kitchen--food obviously sat under a heater or was heated in the oven to keep it hot, too long, and the signs of overheating were not only visible, but palatable--sloppiness and inattention to timing of the food prep and delivery; not what I would hope for in a really good place). Dessert was excellent, and the wine we ordered at the waiter's suggestion, was good, and a good paring with our food. Paris was great, the hotel was very good, and very near a metro station (Richelieu-Dorot), not too far from the Paris Opera.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- La Maison Favart will open on the 13th april 2012 after 1 year and a half of renovation. 31 Bedrooms, 4 suites and 2 duplex will be proposed to you. It will be a 4 star hotel, serving a very nice buffet breakfast. A honesty bar, a sauna, a relaxing pool, a fitness room will be at the disposal of our guests. In every room, you will find air conditionning, king size bed, minibar, safetybox, tv with free moovies, coffee and tea facilities. ... more less
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- Favart Hotel Paris