Perle Hotel, Paris
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Perfectly located, great valuefrom A TripAdvisor Member
Great value, perfectly located and charming!
A great hotelfrom PeterMEdinburgh
We stayed in one of the superior rooms that was located at the back of the hotel overlooking the courtyard. It was very quiet (even on the night when a rock band was playing in St Sulpice square less than 200 metres away) and it is worth paying a little extra for these rooms (they are larger as well as quieter). There are some good local restaurants (ask the staff for recommendations), but these are lively French bistrots rarther than an intimate dining experience. You will be rubbing shoulders (literally) with the person at the next table.
The hotel breakfast is expensive for what is provided and I suggest that you find a cafe. A previous review recommends Pauls which is a short walk away and is very good value. I would certainly stay here again and will definitely recommend it to friends.
s Great Locationfrom CAtoCO
We had a nice room facing the courtyard that was very quiet and clean. We ate their breakfast each morning, which although is not cheap, we enjoyed it very much. The hotel staff was helpful when ever we had any questions.
We took the metro to all the sights, did some english language walking tours, and enjoyed our week in Paris very much.
Wonderful stay at La Perlefrom antoniodicassano
Another nice stay at La Perlefrom ladyandtramp
I'll challenge you to find friendly staff in this part of Paris.
We would stay here again.
s Marvelousfrom Carrie_Onbaggage
Tips: Have a drink at Bar du Marche a few blocks from La Perle & enjoy the constant human sideshow from your little table at the 4-way intersection (two of the cross streets are Rue De Seine and Rue de Four). BREAKFAST at "Paul" (a cafe/patisserie chain) opposite the Bar du Marche is the BEST, reasonably priced hot or cold breakfast around.. DO NOT be fooled into eating at Cafe le Procope under ANY circumstances (worst over-priced meal we've had, ANYWHERE) and find your way over to Restaurant le Coupe-Chou on Rue (de) Lanneau in the Latin Quarter for superb, traditional French food at a moderate price -- or to D'Chez Eux on ave. Lowendahl, also in the 7th Arr,. for something more formal & upscale but still great traditional food at a fair price. See the forums on Chowhound. com for other dining ideas from insiders. Laissez les bons temps rouler!!
Fabulous hotel!! Fabulous neighborhood!! Fabulous trip!!from lconner001
Excellent Paris Hotelfrom A TripAdvisor Member
As other reviews have said, it's very, very quiet-at least if you have a courtyard room as I did. One night a block away there was a huge outdoor concert blasting. With the windows closed, I could barely hear a thing, and I'm very sensitive to noise.
All the people at the desk spoke excellent English, and were extremely helpful.
The room was very clean, and very pleasant to stay in.
The location was terrific, tons of restaurants within a couple of blocks (I particularly recommend La Boussole), an English bookstore a block away, a safe area to walk around at night. I walked with ease to the Louvre, the Musee D'Orsay, the Rodin Museum, the Luxembourg Gardens.
I recommend this hotel highly.
Simply Wonderfulfrom travelluvr
We arrived at 11am- exhausted but excited for our adventure and were allowed to check right in- I had let them know ahead of time and that helps- they had my email in a little folder with our name on it! We went up to our room- which was adorable- simple, cool and CLEAN!! Great AC-individually controlled and again-quiet!! There were only 2 rooms on our floor-we never saw anyone in the other room-no noise above us or next to us. It was smaller than American standards but who cares- you're in Paris- we are tall people- 6'5'' and 5'7" and we had plenty of room- 2 twins pushed together as requested- a double would have been too small. The bathroom was little but modern and clean- 2 windows open up over the tub-very cute! It even smelled clean- not fake smelling. The bedroom had 2 large windows which opened up onto a small courtyard where breakfast was served every morning-13e-didn't try it but it looked good. Drinks were also served on the patio at night- that we did try and loved it! The bartender was wonderful and when we were ready to go he said -"please - one more glass of wine - on me- relax and enjoy"- which we did!!
There was a family reunion going on that night and the hotel gave them menus from the restaurant down the street and they ate in peace and quiet on the patio- it's not an easy thing to do to get a table for 12 in Paris but the hotel was so very accomodating-especially because they had 2 little girls running around!! One night we followed the girl at the front desk going to the restaurant around the corner to drop off an order- very nice!
She gave us excellent recomendations and made reservations for us at Le Petit Cour-amazing! They were more than willing to help and went out of their way- but not intrusive. Just a perfect experrience!
I went to check out the other places I was thinking of staying- Le Regent on rue Dauphine-way too busy of a street and BW Premier Left Bank-funky smell in reception area- moldy. I was so pleased with my choice. This hotel is on a very small side street which is bustling at night with cafes and bars and adorable shops during the day- but no cars or scooters(well very few-its only 1 way)- very very quiet!! We will definitely stay here again when we return with our children next year. They don't have quad rooms but said we could just have the whole floor-our kids are 18 & 16 so that would be fine!
At 140E I feel we had a great value for the money. Remeber- it is not fancy-no ornate furnishings or toile wallpaper-just clean and friendly-but very pretty.
Stay at La Perle- you are so centrally located you can't believe it but yet feel like you are in your own little world! We loved it!!
Vewwy Vewwy Quietfrom A TripAdvisor Member
I was in a room facing the courtyard, which was pretty quiet at night. They were renovating during the days some of the time I was there, but they are probably done by now. The shower took a little fiddling and a phone call to figure out (you pull on the tap to get the water to go up through it). The a/c worked for me just fine. My travel buddy had the next room. His a/c was not working, but they fixed it same day and it did work.
The rooms were a little plain, but that's OK. I am not there to sit in the room and stare at the walls. The bathrooms were fine. As an American, I find myself to be a real diva about plumbing.
The staff was polite and spoke good English. My buddy loved to start the day with a hearty session of Twenty Questions and the people at the front desk are happy to answer them. One nice thing was a brochure about a few restaurants a block away. We decided to just have dinners there 4 of our days, which made dinner easy to deal with. All 4 restaurants were very nice.
Didn't try the breakfast. It was 13 Euros and I just opted to slope down to the cafe on the plaza and have my coffee and croissant while watching the people go by. That was a little more Parisian than the courtyard experience and half the cost. However, if you are really tired, that kind of thing comes in handy. Oh yeah, I had a small fridge. That was very useful, as I kept my snacks in there for the midnight jet lag munchies.
Given the horrid rate of exchange, my bill (at the off season rate) was not too bad. I think it was a good value considering the fact that it was in the center of town and August.
Top Local Tips for Paris
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- Address: 14 Rue des Canettes - Paris - 75006 - France
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