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Grand Hôtel Lévêque

Grand Hôtel Lévêque
29 rue Cler, 7th.
Tel 01 47 05 49 15
M° Ecole Militaire

www.hotel-leveque.com

Located on the chic rue Cler market street, the hotel is within walking distance of such major monuments as the Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, and the Rodin Museum. The hotel has a classic-contemporary decor with tiled reception hall, glass elevator, trompe l’oeil marbled walls and a cosy salon with newspapers, ice machine, and hot and cold drinks dispensers. The 50 rooms are small but bright, with modem connection, ceiling fans, direct-dial phone, satellite TV, safe and en suite bathroom with a shower and hairdryer. Doubles from €90.

This review originally appeared in an article I wrote for the Sunday Times of London (2004). Updated 2006.

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Reader Comments (5)

Very poor commercial attitude / Penny pitcher- skinflint-niggard for the breakfast / many better hotels in the area Muguet, Valadon, Champs de Mars...
June 26, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterIdrac
Hello Idrac,
Have you stayed in any of these other hotels? Because I've had the impression that within this price group they are all similar.
June 26, 2009 | Registered CommenterHeather Stimmler-Hall
Yes I've been in the hotels I mentioned and I've never had shared WC outside the room and shower 3 floors upstairs....!
July 30, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterIdrac
Well then, if the others were better why didn't you stay there?
July 30, 2009 | Registered CommenterHeather Stimmler-Hall
Be VERY CAREFUL with this hotel
From reading other reviews about this hotel confirmed by our own experience it is clear that this hotel has renovated rooms which are probably nice (we don't know) and old ones which are filthy, dark and smelling (as ours). We therefore complained and left immediately the same day because the hotel did not offer us another (better) room.
Sadly enough, the hotel charged to full bill of 7 days (close to 900 Euros) to our credit card and was not willing to take it back. Lot's of trouble afterwards, with the bank and with lawyers.
August 5, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSonja and Norbert

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