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Hotel Dechampaigne
17 rue Jean-Lantier
75001 Paris
Tel: +33 1 42 36 60 00
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17 Rue Jean Lantier 75001 Paris France
17 Rue Jean LantierFRIDFParis75001
The Grand Hotel Dechampaigne Paris, built in the XVIth century, is the perfect symbol of the French hospitality tradition, with delicate French decoration and architecture a refined service.
Few steps from: the Rivoli Street, les Halles, The Louvre Museum, Tuileries Garden, Concorde Square and Champs Elysees. Notre Dame Cathedral and le Marais.10 minutes from the left bank are Saint Germain des Pres and the Latin Quarter.
Our rooms have been recently fully renovated. The decoration with a personal touch and carefully done, reflect all the charm of this old mansion of Paris.
Our staff will be pleased to welcome you in French, English, Spanish, Russian, Italian and also German.
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J. Brain
reviewed a year ago
My first stay in Paris, and erring on the side of caution we booked via eurostar somewhere that we hoped would offer us a flavour of Paris. Hotel Dechampaigne did not disappoint. It is beautifully located for all the museums, cafes, shops, tourist sites and a stones throw from the Seine and full of parisienne charm. The staff are helpful and when we arrived to find our room was a little on the small side for a superior double, they did not hesitate to offer us another room the following day, moving our luggage and without problem. We tried the breakfast on our final day and it was not only pleasing to the eye it was a veritable feast of delicious french fare. I loved that I had an enormous yet elegant silver teapot of earl grey all to myself and had I not been full to bursting from two days of wonderful french cuisine I would have been more adventurous. There is a bar, free wifi in the lounge, a small vintners next door offering wine tasting and meals and if you stay here I recommend booking a table at the cosy L'Auberge Cafe down the road towards the Seine, turn right and on the corner - a fabulous wine selection, good food (we enjoyed the sweet potato and jasmin tiramisu) and a talented musician on the piano. Plus points to the hotel: good service, attentive staff and great location for a city break Negative points: narrow steep stairs and a small lift, the room we slept in first had windows that opened onto a central courtyard (shaft) It was hot and compact (but well presented) and the lift was noisy. BUT if you want to a comfortable stay in a clean, personable hotel and these things are not vital to your comfort then stay here and you will feel like you truly are in Paris. We will definitely go back.
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Andrey Miroshnikov
reviewed 12 months ago
В жизни не видел настолько маленьких номеров!
A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
Excellent séjour !!!
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
I loved the staff, who were very friendly and helpful, and the rooms, which are very characterful. If you like the bland tedium of a Best Western, this may not be for you, but if you like exposed oak beams, velvet drapes and period furniture give it a try. I haven't tried the breakfast, but it looks Paris normal.
A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
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Rani Manoharan
reviewed 2 years ago
Liked: Location, Service