Best Western Premier Le Swann,  Paris 

4.0/5  - based on 407 guest reviews.
11-15 Rue de Constantinople, 75008, Paris, France - See map
+33 145228080 +33 145229715



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  • 24-hour front desk
    24-hour front desk
  • Air conditioning
    Air conditioning
  • Cocktail lounge
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  • Free high speed internet connection
    Free high speed internet connection
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The Best Western Premier Le Swann has been fully refurbished in 2013 in a contemporary style in memory of Marcel Proust. The Best Western Premier Le Swann is ideally located in the heart of the historic Luthier district, just minutes from the Gare Saint Lazare train station, the main department stores and the Garnier Opera house. You'll enjoy the hotel's magnificent 19th century architecture, which won an award in the 1898 World's Fair. Fully air-conditioned, our hotel boasts 81 rooms and a lovely lobby under an Art Deco glass ceiling. Quick, direct access to the La Defense business district, the western suburbs and many main tourist attractions including the Eiffel tower, Arc de Triomphe and Versailles. The Best Western Premier Le Swann staff is on hand to make your stay as pleasant as possible and smooth your stopover at Paris.

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Best Western Premier Le Swann,Paris
  • 4
    « Nice hotel with convenient location and cosy rooms »

    This is a themed hotel that has very comfortable rooms and good service. The hotel has a bar and restaurant and the ambience is simply amazing. The only issue is that the Wifi seems to have a poor setup, atleast for me it didn't work on both my phones.

    « Practical, well located hotel »

    I stayed in this hotel for 2 nights in October 2016 on a weekend trip to Paris. In terms of location it is well placed in the 8th arrondissement - close to metro stops served by lines 2 and 3, as well as the St Lazare station which has even more connections. It is equally close to the Opera and to Boulevard Haussmann, where there are many large department stores. In short, it is centrally located and safe The hotel itself is fairly modern inside, well furnished and functional. Yes, the rooms are fairly small, but not the worst. We had a standard room and this came with a safe, an nespresso machine, a good size desk, a decent closet, bathrobes, etc. 2 main downsides were as follows: 1. The bathrooms. While they are very modern and well equipped, the door was a frosted glass sliding door (which wasn't that frosted so you could see right through from either side). Not a problem if you are a lone traveller or a travelling with someone you are very comfortable with, but I would not recommend this for instance to a couple on a their first romantic getaway! Steam from the shower, odours and sounds from the bathroom are pretty much unavoidable...just something to bear in mind. Secondly, there is double glazing but even when closed there is still some noise from teh main street. We had a street facing room with a balcony onto Rue Constantinople. It didn't bother me too much but if you are a light sleeper, ask for a quieter room. Everything else was fine - we were well received at check in (early check was possible about 2 hours ahead of time), concierge(s) spoke English, breakfast was satisfactory for a 4-star hotel (good buffet but nothing out of the ordinary). Went as a couple and I can recommend it for practical location, pleasant service and value for money compared to nearby places (though we booked via Hotwire). Would not suggest the standard room for more than a weekend or if travelling with big bags as room space was limited.

    « Small room Indeed »

    The taxi mistakenly dropped me off to another Best Western hotel which is 100 feet away. So, look up on google map before you go and recognized how the front entrance look like. Priceline stated that this hotel is 4 star. I would give it a 3.0 star and the superior room 2.5 star (being small ? see attached photo that a Pringle potato chip can fit between the wall and the mattress, meaning that is how much room for you to walk around the bed). Some other photos from the Tripadvisor review shown a bigger room. I think either it is a bigger room or the angle of the camera view that give an illusion of bigger room. The three hotel receptionist I interacted for the 4 nights stay spoke good English. You could ask for a Paris street map from the receptionist. I was only given one bottle of drinking water on the first day of stay in the hotel room. If you stay for 4 nights you only get 1 bottle of water and not replenished for the next 3 nights. The receptionist confirmed that I have to pay if I wanted bottle water. The bath towels is thick that is a plus point. The Nescafe coffee machine only have two little capsule coffee and two plastic tub of creamers. The housekeeping would not provide more. Room is well insulated staying 20 degree C all night long, despite outside temperature 10 degree C. So I did not turn on any fan or heat. On Sunday all the cafés are closed along the two streets near the hotel except the Lebanon restaurant (50 feet away) called Au Bois D Acacia. If I booked thru the hotel directly it would have costed me 199 Euro(before taxes) but thru Priceline (Tripadvisor link) I paid US$90 (before taxes). Even though I pre-paid the taxes & fees thru Priceline but the hotel still charge me Taxe de Sejour (direct translation is tourist tax but the receptionist insisted it is called city tax). I think this hotel is decent valued compared to the other 5 star hotel Best Western Premier Opera Leige I stayed (US$145 before tax). So I would recommend this hotel which I rated 3 star (Priceline rated 4 star). If my review help you please click the helpful button. Thanks.

    « Good location on the right bank »

    My husband and I stayed here for a week during a group tour of Paris. We actually got here a day before our tour began and were pleasantly surprised that our room was ready for an early check in. The staff here were extremely helpful and nice. I liked our first room, which overlooked the street, but the second day we had trouble with the electronic door lock, which apparently could not be easily fixed, so we were moved to a larger room on an interior courtyard. As with other hotels in Paris, the air conditioning was underwhelming, so we spent a lot of time sleeping on top of the duvet. The rooms were dark and quiet though. The breakfast room, on the first floor was very nice, and the food selection was very good. My husband was very happy with the English style pub within easy walking distance, but there were other choices. There are two elevators, which was good as we found the stairs to be narrow and strangely pitched. All in all, a nice place to stay.

    « Refurbished, modern, small rooms »

    Good service, refurbished, modern. But room so small that you can hardly move. The bathroom is incredibly small. The small space is not reflected in the price. There is absolutely no place to place your luggage. Very good breakfast.

    « Nothing special »

    I spent 1 night in this hotel. It is situated near the station but it' s not a bad location. The problem is that it' s a bit too far from the principal attractions of Paris and if you move by metro, even if there is a stop just at few steps from the hotel, you have to change at least 2 metro lines to reach the city center and the airport (cdg) as well. Anyway, considering the average price of a room in Paris, it is very cheap (just €100,00 for a double room!). The hotel is nice and clean. Rooms are a bit small but well furnished. We appreciated also coffee macchine and madeleine in the room. We didn' t like at all the receptionists' behavior: they struggled to say "hello" and always seemed bored and mess with our presence. They should be more helpfull and smiling.

    « Small room with a view »

    We had a small room with a balcony & everything we needed & not over priced for our 14 day stay. Aircon, small fridge, hairdryer, safe, bathroom, coffeepod machine & our bed was comfy. Even though the room is small by Australian standards (& some other guest noise can be heard, from time to time) it was just enough room for the 2 of us. (They could get rid of a few furnishings to make more room) & was serviced everyday. We found the the staff to be most helpful & pleasant with a sense of humour. It is close to the Metro, city bus, food markets, ATM, restaurants, laundry service & cool drinking spots. This is Europe & the rooms are small. The city map they give you is very helpful, Its decor is lovely & there the wifi is good.

    « Tiny but functional »

    Our room was very small but the bed was really comfortable. Took a cab from Orly and it was a fixed rate of 35 Euros and took uber pool for 28 Euros back to Orly airport. We arrived around 9 AM but our room was already ready so we could check in right away. The location was great. We walked everywhere during our stay except when we visited Versailles which took about 45 mins on trains. There are also a couple of nice bakeries and supermarkets around which was really convenient. It is not the center of town but the area was pretty cool surrounded by a lot of music shops(instruments and music books) and nice local restaurants.

    « false advertising »

    if we could spin around in circle you would touch the side walls..... very false reviews rude staff no fire alarms in any rooms except the smoking rooms never again will i stay or advise others to stay no security

    « Lovely hotel with beautiful decor »

    Great little hotel walking distance or a cheap uber ride to everything. The decor is stunning and everything is extremely clean. The rooms are small, but comfortable with a good sized bathroom. The room we had didn't have a view at all, but I think some of the rooms do.

  • 3
    « Decent hotel, terrible staff, very small rooms »

    Pros - Conveniently located near metro stations, there are a couple of restaurants around the hotel. Cons - (1) Rooms are very small, if you put even your suitcases on the floor there is literally NO room to move around! (2) Bathroom is right next to bed, I could open the bathroom door which lying on the bed. If you are staying with someone in the room and that person is using the bathroom then you can hear all the unwanted noises from the bathroom. (3) Room had a safe but it was at the bottom of the closed. I had to literally lie on the floor to operate it. (4) While checking out, the person at the desk first told me how the person who checked out before me was stealing stuff from the minibar in the room but he cannot say anything to that person. Then he asked me if I took something from the minibar and asked me if he can trust me? TRUST ME!! If you don't trust your customers then better remove minibar from the rooms and have some vending machine. After he was done giving me a receipt of my stay at the hotel, I asked him if "I was done?" (this is a pretty common thing to say if you are in US). On this he responded like "why did I ask such a thing? that definitely means I am hiding something.....did I steal anything?"......he literally asked me if I stole something!!! That was so unprofessional and I would not recommend this hotel to anyone.

    « Warning to all very unsafe and no security must read!!! »

    Me and my girlfriend arrived in Paris very excited as we finally got to our hotel we thought it was a nice boutique hotel having said that on our 2nd day at the hotel we decided to get some lunch after arriving back after lunch we came up stairs to discover our bedroom Door wide open as we thought it was housekeeping to discover there were two men in our room going through our bags how on earth they got in is very Suss as I was shocked these two men in our room were in a possession of a knife and later ran down the stairs dropping there knife on the ground and we ran after them yelling the man at the desk was no help and had no concern telling us this happens I told him to call the police immediately and his response they will not do anything if no ones hurt and when asked about SECRUITY CAMERAS to see if there caught on there his response is the hotel has none after all of this Happend we demanded a refund and a new hotel to go to as they did ironically the following day $253 went missing in my credit card later finding out it was on Mitsubishi car dealership not to mention this disgusting reaction from the man at the from desk this ruined our holiday no one should ever have random people in ur room to steal if it's secure as the doors need a scan card. To even top this off the buffet breakfast is absolutely deplorable and should not be titled a buffet PLS be very aware as this should never happen to no one and the hotel should be disgraced!!!!!!

    « 21st birthday treat :) »

    This hotel which my daughter and I stayed in is exactly what how it describes itself. It is situated a 5 mins walk from the metro, its lovely and quiet yet 3 mins walk away is a square where there are bars and bistro's. The staff were incredibly polite/helpful, nothing was too much trouble. The superior double room was modern, exceptionally clean and very comfortable. Our experience at breakfast was nothing more than perfect, from fruit, nuts, breads, pastries, croissants, fresh fruit which you could blend, fresh orange juice, hot bacon, sausage, eggs, cold meats etc etc etc, too much to type, amazing..... Would highly recommend this hotel, we are definitely booking this hotel again next year when we revisit Paris, thank you Le Swann :)

    « Cute boutique hotel »

    Wonderful botique hotel in the heart of Paris. Conveniently located between two metro lines. We were with family and had easy access to restaurants, a Marks and Spenser grocery store. The rooms are small but hey this is Paris and for the price it is worth. We were in Paris to enjoy Paris not to be in the room. Staff was very helpful. Contrary to what everyone said about Parisians, I found them to be the most friendliest people I have met!

    « Very disappointed »

    My husband and I booked into this Paris hotel for nights recently having travelled from Western Australia via Singapore. The room we had booked was described as a Queen executive. The welcome at the front desk on arrival was not very welcoming, rather haughty and unfriendly. Our room was on first floor. The room was chic but so small, not enough room to swing the proverbial cat. Indeed we found it hard to negotiate enough space for our luggage let alone ourselves. There is a breakfast buffet in the morning which has the typical French style of breakfast and cereals. There seemed to be a mixture of tourists and business types staying at hotel. On our first evening at the hotel, having been out exploring in the local area we decided to have a drink in the bar of the hotel before going out for dinner. The bar area was darkened and there appeared to be no one serving. My husband went off to find out how we could get served. He came back and told me that the bar was closed for a week!!! I was stunned, the hotel was advertising the bar in its brochures yet for some reason, not given, it was closed. How could a hotel in the middle of the Summer tourist season see fit to close its bar?? I would not recommend this hotel to any friends. There must be far better ones in local area with bigger rooms too!

    « Lovely little boutique hotel in great location »

    The welcome was great. The staff were friendly and spoke great English. The hotel has associations with the author Marcel Proust which made it more interesting. The room was small (like most main city hotels) but well laid out and the bathroom and mastery of space management. Beautifully clean and quiet. Would definitely stay here again.m

    « Perfect location in a fab city »

    This hotel is perfectly located. We had booked a junior suit and it is so worth it. The bedroom is separate from the living area and is a good size. The only part I found weird is the bath and shower is open plan in the bedroom, fine if you are a couple but could be awkward otherwise. The location is perfect and is only a 5 minute walk to Gare St Lazare where you can get the metro to anywhere in Paris. The breakfast is lovely and has everything you could want before a days sightseeing. I will deff be returning to this hotel next time I visit Paris

    « Very nice Hotel »

    We enjoyed our stay in this hotel this April. the room was small, but we stayed for 3 nights only, so managed the premises well. The location of the hotel is not bad and there are several places in a walking distance. The staff was very nice and complimentary Nespresso in the room was appreciated much. The room was very clean.

    « Not trust this Hotel for you LIVE »

    I was in Paris with my family to watch a football game, France against Iceland in the EM. We stayed at the hotel from 2. of july to the 4th. We bought the hotel from Hotwire and did not know the hotel beforehand. The hotel bar was closed during the weekends, not a good service but that was nothing in comparison with our terrible experience. We came back from the game on the 3. aprox. 01.00 am and took one of the elevators to our floor. We where 4 adults in a 5 person elevator and it stopped between the 5th and the 6th floor. We pushed the emergency button for about 5 min. before the hotel employee came and we told him that he had to get us out because there was no air inside, brake the door up. He told us that the " elevator is broken, I can not do anything"... and left. We did not have any oxygen inside this small elevator and finally we called 112 and had them on the phone as we broke up the door ourselves after spending about 15. min in the small elevator. We went downstairs to talk to the hotel employee, badly shaken, he was trying to call the elevator service but had not reached anyone yet. He did not ask us who we where or made an apology, just threatened to call the police because we where upset. Next morning we talked to the manager who told us that he could not do anything and his employee did the right thing not opening the elevator door, if he had tried to he could have lost an arm or a leg. We never got that information trapped inside the elevator and could have been amputated! This hotel is not secure and and the staff is not trained to handle difficult situations like this. This is the worst experience I have ever had.

    « Very nice hotel »

    This hotel was very nice. The location was okay, the staff was nice and the room was very clean. The only thing that took me by surprise was how small the room was. I had a small suticase so it was okay but if you´r planing on having a big suitcase it might be a problem.

  • 5
    « Great stay! »

    We really enjoyed our stay here! Yes, the room was smaller than what Americans are used to but not as tiny as what I expected from other reviews. We were comfortable. The room was beautiful and very clean. I loved the balcony and being able to open the windows for a nice breeze. With the windows closed, the room was very quiet and relaxing. The neighborhood was really great too with several good restaurants, cafes, stores, and bakeries close by. At night, there were people out and about, but the neighborhood was quiet and we felt safe walking. There were several metro stops conveniently close to the hotel. The staff was all very friendly and very helpful answering all of our annoying questions and even looking up information for us. Our only problem was housekeeping forgetting to replace things like coffee or washclothes, but a quick stop at the front desk got us what we needed. On our last day, our shuttle was late and the front desk clerk called the company for us and resolved the issue quickly.

    « Meh »

    I was pretty excited to check-in to this hotel upon arriving in Paris after a recommendation from a friend who previously stayed. I probably won't be seeking travel advice from her anymore because this hotel was incredibly underwhelming. Be warned - the rooms in this hotel are TINY. I was travelling by myself, and there was barely enough room for me and my suitcase, the shower was a real squeeze and it genuinely felt claustrophobic. There's an old saying that Paris doesn't have any fat people, but come on! When I have to climb across the bed to get to the other side of the room, it get's a bit much. I had many teething issues with the wifi in my room. Unfortunately I don't remember the exact room number but on multiple occasions I found myself sitting on the floor by the main door to get any internet reception. The food in the hotel is incredibly expensive. Save yourself the money and go to the kebab place at the end of the street where a full meal will cost you €10 or to the Auchan convenience store a few doors down. It's also about a ten minute walk to St Lazare station and there's multiple restaurant and fast food options there. Three stars from me for a comfortable bed, a Nespresso machine in the room and being two blocks away from the Europe metro station which will get you anywhere in the city. The hotel is also within walking distance of the Moulin Rouge, but be weary of some dodgy people that lurk around that area at night. Keep a hold of your belongings and walk briskly! I probably won't be back.

    « Very clean and Good food »

    We stayed for 3 days Excellent breakfast wow with all those delicious pastries cant forget the kitchen host was very pleasant front desk was helpful... onl think it took as a while before I found the hotell...

    « Great for Budget Minded Families »

    We stayed here family of 5 during the EuroCup 2016 the place is 2 blocks from Europe Metro station, to the left and up street there is a nice grocery store and coin laundry and lots of restaurants around including a crepe place that was amazing. Rooms are small but 2 bed suites have 2 rooms which is unheard of in Paris. Great family place for people on a budget.

    « Sleep Vertical »

    In a world of small hotel rooms in big cities, this room sets the standard. If it were any smaller I would need to strap myself to the wall like an astronaut! You literally can barely find a place to put a small bag let alone walk around the bed. I have seen larger closets in hotel rooms. nice location and decent staff, but this is cruel!

    « Pleasant stay »

    The locations is great, in a quiet area, the hotel itself it modern and the rooms are clean. The bed is comfortable but the room is really too small. It is hard to walk around the bed, have to take care not to take the TV down. The internet was fine, but the tv had mostly french channels. There are lot of restaurant and markets nearby. The reception was really helpful.

    « Pretty, great location but incredibly small rooms »

    Location: Great location! Walking distance from many restaurants, many metro stations. Can easily walk to Galeries Lafayette and l'Arc de triomphe from the hotel. Rooms: Our room was gorgeous but incredibly small. I'm used to small spaces in Paris, but I had never felt claustrophobic in a hotel room before. We could not even open our luggage without having to rest the suitcase cover on the wall. To give you an idea, there was about 1 metre from the foot the bed and the TV stand and storage, 1m from the right side of the bed and the washroom and less than 1m from the side of the bed and the wall. Our luggage had to be stored in the washroom. Otherwise we could not move around in the room without have to jump over it. Service: The staff was amazing! Very helpful and pleasant. They really made up for the fact that the room was so small.

    « Charming and Comfortable »

    This is a charming hotel in a nice quiet neighborhood away from the tourist. The room was clean, hot water, linen and towels clean,very comfortable bed. I did not hear any noise even though it is right on the street. The staff were friendly and helpful and a very nice buffet breakfast. I had no problem with the free wifi but some of my group mentioned minor connection issues. Two nice grocery stores only a block away in two directions, a lot of restaurants in walking distance and the metro station only a block away. The rooms are small, but remember this is Paris. I would definitely stay here again. I was traveling solo with a group.

    « Ideal location, good quality, good price »

    We found this place through TUI. It's a small boutique hotel near Gare St. Lazare, which is ideal for getting all over Paris. The hotel is small but the fitting are very well executed, no cheap or rough paint work or fixtures, everything was really nicely done. The breakfast was also good. Just enough variety. Friendly English speaking staff and a great parking rate at the car park topped it off. Would definitely recommend it.

    « Very nice city hotel »

    This is a lovely city hotel, a short walk to the city centre or to a nearby metro station. The room a clean and well put together and the bed as big and comfy. The staff were also very friendly and the bar was nice.

  • 4
    « Lovely hotel »

    Stayed here for 3 nights. Rooms are very modern and pretty. Quite small but enough room to fit two suitcases and still be able to move around a bit. Free wifi and lots of cafes around. Front desk staff were lovely and all spoke English. Quiet and safe location. Quick to get to main tourist spots. Breakfast is 15 euros which is pretty expensive, would recommend just going to one of the cafes nearby. Would stay here again.

    « Excellent value for money »

    Stayed 3 nights in late April (2016) This would have been a 5-Star review but for two goofy situations ; one minor - one more critical (both, easily fix-able) First: The room (#605) was really nice - much better than expected. Of course, it was - by US standards - small - luggage storage a challenge but very attractive and up-to-date. Lovely and spacious bathroom (no bidet)- We had a French balcony and - distant - view of Sacre Cour. There is construction (and noise) nearby - heck - there's construction EVERYWHERE in Paris - but, such, is not a problem at night - We slept with the door to our balcony open- by necessity. First night our room was quite warm. Try as I might, I couldn't get the Air Conditioning system to "blow cold". The next day, I enquired of the front desk and was told, matter-of-factly- they, "Don't turn-on the A.C until May 1st". I emphasized that our room needed the A.C. right then (to no avail). I also observed that it was pretty cool at the front desk. Hmmmm? As fortune would allow, weather for the next two nights (and leaving the balcony door open) "took care" of the complaint. The other - really petty - issue: There's a nice Nespresso machine (and mini-fridge) in the room. Given that we require more than one "boost" to get started - even before showering - in the morning, I asked one of the desk people to give me a few - NOT DECAF - "cartridges?". The young man at the desk - reluctantly - gave me 3 or 4 with the admonition that they don't usually give "extras" and they are only a "welcome amenity", really? When does a welcome amenity cease to be welcoming? I've NEVER been denied extra coffee at any place in the world. This exchange was odd. Again, we dealt with it by buying a package of 10 or 12 at the local convenience store. To be clear, we were happy with our choice of the Le Swann. The location, the amenities, the decor, the bar/lounge (the young woman there could not be more welcoming)- I hate to see a fundamentally great experience blemished. . We did NOT take breakfast (I could not eat enough all day to justify the expense) but, there breakfast room is as nice as you're likely to see anywhere. BTW: Our WiFi experience - just did e-mail - was adequate. Bottom line: We'd stay at LeSwann again!

    « Solid choice, but watch room choice »

    This is a well-maintained, clean boutique hotel in a good neighborhood. We booked executive room through Expedia. This is supposed to be larger than the regular premium room as the booking said queen size bed. The room (209) had a full size bed and seemed to only be the handicap accessible version of a regular room. When I tried to discuss this with the evening front desk representative I was told I was wrong and that 209 was a indeed executive room and it had a queen sized bed. He was wrong and actually quite rude and short with me. However, to my relief another representative named Consuelo interjected to save the day. She told me she would show me a new room the next morning and that she would include a free breakfast for our trouble. The next day she showed me two rooms, the first being just as small but the second (room 411) was definitely an executive room with a queen sized bed. It goes to show you that good customer service can make a difference. The first rep was not changing our room leaving us with a bad taste for the hotel, however Consuelo's service certainly made our six night visit much better. Bottom careful what type of room you book and which one you actually receive.

    « Bien ! »

    The hotel is 10 mins away from a large metro hub, Gare Saint Lazare and 15-20 mins from Galeries Lafayette. The room is well furnished though compact, it also got a nice bed mattress. Staff are very nice and helpful in addressing many of my requests. There are a nice kebab restaurant and a local supermarket nearby the hotel. Worth a visit .

    « Small rooms in good location »

    I have stayed in this hotel a couple of times. This was the first time I actually had a single room. All the rooms in this hotel are tiny. I am not a large person but you really have to squeeze round the bed to move around the room. However they are clean and well appointed. There is a coffee machine, mini bar and room service - all important to the business traveller. Location is good for both seeing the sights and in my case for work.

    « Just as perfect the second time... »

    Having had a wonderful stay here last year for the Paris Marathon, me and my wife were keen to book back in for our second shot at the race. I'm pleased to say we were not disappointed with our return. On out arrival the gentleman at the desk was kind enough to give us an upgrade to one of the upper floors which afforded us a glimpse at the Eiffel Tower over the Paris rooftops (Thank you!). The room itself was spotless and the decor the same clean lines as we had come to expect. One thing that has to be highlighted is that despite the relatively central location (near Gare St Lazare, one stop from the Eurostar on RER E), the inside quad many of the rooms look out on is whisper quiet which is welcome particularly at night if you want to crack open a window. On the food front, the breakfast is great with a good selection of cereals and pastries + scrambled eggs as well as a Nespresso Machine on-hand for you caffeine needs. On the day I've typed this, we've decided to come and give the Marathon a third running and will be returning next year to make this our base. We can't wait!

    « 1st Vacation to Paris »

    This was a very nice & stylish hotel. The rooms in size aren't what we're used to back home as they are small but nonetheless, they were nice & clean with a very comfy bed. The hotel staff was very nice & attentive. When walking outside for our daily stroll of the city, it started to rain & with only one umbrella in hand, the young lady at the reception area noticed & went outside to hand us some umbrellas. Good thing for my husband since he would've been the wet one. : ) Great 1st experience in Paris!!! As for walking, bring some comfy shoes.

    « Disappointing end to stay »

    I wouldn't normally leave such a scathing review of a hotel but in this instance I think it is appropriate. The hotel itself is perfectly fine to stay at. The rooms are small but this is typical of Parisian buildings, perhaps a drop in price may absolve this problem. Me and my partner enjoyed our stay and the front of house were helpful & polite when we interacted with them however we experienced a disappointing end to our weekend. After checking out, we had left our bags in holding so we could enjoy our last day out in Paris however in our haste to checkout on time (having already been walked in on by cleaning staff 30 minutes prior to checkout) I had accidentally left a few personal items in the cupboard above the mini bar including a photo ID card, train tickets totalling £50+ and at least £20 (more than this but unsure exactly how much) in cash. Upon realising less than a few hours later we cut short our last day in order to go back to the hotel to try and reclaim the goods and get our luggage back to find out that nothing had been handed in whatsoever. I appreciate the part to play my leaving these items in the room had in the ordeal however personal belongings being left by mistake at hotels is a common occurrence and I don't think anyone should have to worry about it being stolen by staff let alone it being less than 24 hours after departure, when we still had items in the holding. My partner has left items in hotels before and had them sent internationally back to him free of charge, and we couldn't even get these items back hours after they were left and I feel people should be aware of this before committing to stay at this hotel.

    « Small room but comfortable bed »

    I stayed here for the night of 19/03/16 as part of my weekend to Paris to watch England win the Grand Slam rugby match in the Stade de France. The lobby area was bright, clean and modern and the receptionist was courteous and professional. The room itself was very small and I had to squeeze between the bed and the furniture. However, it was well equipped - as was the bathroom, albeit with clear glass doors which was strange! - and the bed was very comfortable, just what I needed after celebrating England's win into the early hours! Breakfast wasn't included in the price but I would probably have been too late for it anyway. But there are several cafes and bakeries within a 10 minute walk. All in all, a good hotel. If only the rooms were a little larger..........

    « Great location if you don't mind walking »

    We stayed here for my mom's birthday for a weekend trip. The staff were friendly and the hotel was clean. Rooms were small but very nice. The hotel isn't super close to any big monuments but it's about a 15-20 minute walk away from the Champs Elysées or the Sacré-Coeur. If you don't mind walking, the hotel is perfectly placed to go either direction. There are metro's either way if you don't like walking. Keep in mind you're in France and if you go on a weekend, there could be some loud people on the streets. When this is the case (as it was for us), you can hear them quite well. Closing your window will some what solve that, but then the rooms get quite stuffy due to the size of them. Besides this, we loved our stay!

  • 5
    « very cozy! »

    Our hotel was so nice. As it was not in the busiest area of Paris, it had nice calm streets and beautiful houses all around. The room was small however this is common in Paris. Besides we were in Paris to enjoy the city, not to sit in the hotel room. Very comfortable bed and nice shower. Staff was very helpful and nice.

    « Nice hotel! »

    We stayed in Paris for a couple of nights at this hotel. It was very clean and well priced compared to other hotels we reviewed for our trip. The staff was very friendly and helpful and the hotel was in a good location. We found it funny and a good test of our marriage having a bathroom with a glass wall and door. Somethings are better left a secret! We had a small balcony from our room overlooking the street and what else is there to say, other than "I love Paris"! Beautiful city with amazing architecture, culture and food! You won't be dissatisfied in the city of love!

    « a stylish hotel »

    We arrived Paris very late, they offer 24 hours service which is very helpful. The room is compact but well designed, so it feels bright and comfortable, and the bed are great. It's near the Opera and shopping areas. They also offer various food in breakfast time.

    « Lovely hotel »

    Liked this hotel very much. The room and bathroom were tiny but very comfortable, clean and modern. There were nice little touches like the Madeleine cakes in the room (which Proust practically lived on). Breakfast was adequate - not particularly great. Good location near 2 metros (Europe and Rome).

    « The Suite Suited Us Nicely! »

    Having read trip adviser reviews that the rooms were quite small I booked the suit for a fraction of the price of many of the other four start hotels across the city! Such a lovely hotel. The reception staff were very friendly and answered any request. The bathroom was lovely and the room itself although oddly shaped was just incredible. Best nights sleep I have had in a hotel bed. The breakfast was a bit over priced but then again was more than happy to pay the price to have it in bed.

    « A beautiful cozy hotel close to everything »

    A very nice hotel, kind of a boutique hotel. Rooms may be small, but completely functional with good bed and pillows. Bathroom was modern and very functional. 5-7 minutes walk to Metro. 10-12 minutes walk to Lafayette Gallery. On our first day, we walked to Lafyayette's food store - bought baguette, Iberian prosciutto and butter and on my way back, just outside the hotel I found a wins shop and bought a bottle of wine. I didn't spend much, but I had a wonderful dinner in my room. You can go anywhere from the nearby (10 minutes walk) metro. If you go out of the hotel, and turn left and walk for 5 minutes, you're in a square (I forgot the name) where there is a beautiful pastry/coffee shops. There are other coffee shops before that - and, all are good.The restaurants along the roads are good two. I tried two of them and both are good. As I am writing the reviews long after I traveled, I forgot the names of those restaurants. I walked all over Paris from that hotel. Moulin Rouge is 15 minutes walk away. Sacre Coeur Basilica / Montmartre are 12-20 minutes walk away. If you're ready to walk, you can chose this quiet hotel and explore everything. The hotel is modern, good lounge and good breakfast (though expensive), but you can have breakfast at nearby square as mentioned earlier. Stay in a junior suit and also use their service for to/from airport shuttle. I will definitely go back there.

    « One night stay »

    A pleasant little hotel. The rooms are modern in appearance with the main plus point being that the bathroom had a decent shower. Bed was comfortable and there were decent sized towels. There was even a coffee machine in the room.There is a bar which so many of the smaller Paris hotels don't have which was good for a late night drink. Breakfast was of a good standard with a good choice of things to have. Certainly would recommend this hotel.

    « Nice hotel near some nice locations in Paris »

    We stayed 5 nights in January in a Jr. Suite. I recommend upgrading as the suite was about the same size as a hotel room in the U.S. and was very comfortable. The hotel is is a good location with great cafes nearby. It's on a quiet street away from the main touristy areas (which we prefer) but is easily accessible to them. The train station (St. Lazare) is a block away and goes to Versailles. The station also has some quick and inexpensive food places nearby. We walked down in the morning for wonderful croissants instead of paying the 15 euro that the hotel wanted for breakfast. The station itself has some great moderately priced shopping inside as well. Within a few blocks, you come to some major department stores such as Printemps and Galleries Lafayette--make sure you go to the window displays as they are great. We took a taxi up to Sacre Coure and then walked the 1 1/2 miles down do the hotel passing some wonderful buildings and streets. Other places in Paris are easily accessible by taxis (about $7-10). The best Thai curry we've ever had is about 4 doors up the street and I would highly recommend the restaurant. The staff at the hotel was very nice and spoke English. The only criticism of the hotel is that the Wifi was frustrating and slow.

    « Very Nice Stay »

    First trip to Paris, didnt know what to expect. This hotel is located a little ways from main attractions- Eiffel tower etc, BUT the walk to the subway is quick. Along with the Hop off and Hop on bus stops. Hotel was clean, loved the espresso machine the room!!!!!! The staff was friendly. Breakfast was typical, but yummy. The outside doors do get locked at a certain time, but ring the bell and they open it. Didn't spend much time in the hotel other than sleeping and getting dressed. Room size was decent for 2 girls to get ready. Took a cab from the airport to the hotel- which took forever. Took the train back to the airport. Wasnt too difficilt navigating with suitcases. Walking distance to Moulin Rouge as well.

    « Paris Trip »

    Went toParis with a work friend and upon first sight of the hotel (from the outside), we were not sure what to make of it, but once we stepped inside, we were visibly impressed with what we saw. Brilliant decor, lots of artistic pieces (literary, clothing and artwork) are on dislay around the reception, stairway and foyer of the hotel. My room was immaculate and well presented, plenty of space for a double bedroom with great facilities throughout. Staff were kind helpful, spoke perfect English and wereetremely accomoddating to our requests. Thoroughly reccomended to any considering staying here A++

  • 4
    « Great room and nice staff »

    The staff was extremely pleasant and accommodating! The room we had was very nice and comfortable (although smallish, which is certainly to be expected in Paris). I thouroghly enjoyed our stay and found this to an excellent hotel!

    « Lovely hotel! »

    Having read previous reviews online, we had opted to upgrade to a slightly larger room before arriving, and have to say, it was perfect for our three night stay. This hotel has a lovely modern feel about it and wow, the beds were so comfortable. The staff were really friendly and helpful and the location of the hotel was within very easy walking distance of three Metro stops! We had an amazing stay in Paris and would highly recommend this hotel to anyone.

    « Cozy little place »

    We stayed for 4 nights (from oct 18th to oct 22nd). Since we were a couple with child, they were kind enough to upgrade us to a bigger junior suite. Didnt see the other. Good clean rooms, in a location which is a little away from main attractions, but easily accessible by metro or cabs. Has enough bfast/ dinner places around and a small convenience store for all needs. The only put off was bfast, which is fine since you are in paris and hotel bfast is not an option for most.

    « Perfect Spot! »

    We absolutely loved staying at Le Swann. It was in a great location, close to subway, nice neighborhood, and great restaurants and cafes! The hotel and room were very clean. Yes, the rooms are small but very manageable. We asked to stay on the 6th floor with a view of Sacre du Coeur and they accommodated this - what a great view! I found both Clemence and Damien extremely helpful - recommending amazing places to eat and provide us with maps and directions to get around quickly. We stayed at Le Swann for 4 nights at the beginning of our trip and the last night before coming home - Thank you Le Swann for a great stay!

    « Better guest service »

    Modern and clean hotel. The rooms are a little tight, but this is Europe after all, so it is to be expected. The people working at the concierge desk could have been a little more accommodating. 1. The hotel provides an airport shuttle, that needs to requested 24 hours in advance. Our flight was Monday evening and went downstairs Saturday night to make the reservation. A woman by the name Extra called the shuttle company and after a few minutes, she regrettably told us the shuttle company didn't have any availability for that day and time we had requested. It was a little frustrating because why would you advertise something that you cannot provide? However, the next morning we wanted to try once more this time a gentleman with glasses helped us and he was able to somehow make reservation for the shuttle. 2. I had purchased a pair of shoes that in Paris Saturday, that were still in the box and bag, which I had left by the desk of our hotel room that evening. We checked out of the hotel room Monday morning (and they held for luggage for us) and walked around the city for a bit before our flight, when it suddenly occurred that I did not recall packing those shoes into my suitcase Sunday evening. We went back to the hotel and I asked to check the room again, hoping that they were still beside the desk.. But they were not, so we checked our suitcases once more just to make sure that I hadn't forgotten that I had packed them.. but they weren't in any of our luggage. Immediately, we went to the concierge desk to notify them that one of our items had been missing. The gentleman simply told us the cleaning staff are "forbidden" to touch anything until the guests have checked out of the room and he kept reiterating that line. Well, excuse me reality is everyone is forbidden to do a lot things, but that doesn't stop people from doing it. We always checked the doors before we left to make sure it was locked. Quite possibly it may not have been a staff member. We did notice the door across the hall from us was propped open during cleaning, which is an open invitation for anyone to just slip into the room and take something. What made matters worst, was that we didn't receive any apology. Not everyone in this world is honest, I understand that. But what happened took place at YOUR hotel, that we stayed in. I trusted that my things would be safe in the room I stayed in. The least you could do is show some empathy and say something something to help mitigate the situation. Perhaps there were cameras in the hallway? But he just stared at us dumbfounded and showed a lack of support and provided no resolution. Its unfortunate that something like this happened on our last day in Paris and that it happened here.

    « Good hotel centrally located »

    I stayed at the Le Swann during a recent business trip. This is a theme hotel focused on the writer Marcel Proust. It is nicely located in Arr. 8 with the metro station and lots of restaurants in easy walking distance. Given that it is in Paris and in an existing building, the rooms are smallish by American standards. But they are clean and modern. The wifi is free though somewhat erratic. Nevertheless I would stay here again.

    « Just wonderful... »

    A great find... Great space.. Very clean .. Highly recommended.. Service great and a great location .. Paris is easy to get around but it's not far from the station and in the thick of it to get around really easy

    « Clean, renovated hotel »

    This hotel was renovated and it's in a really good condition. The rooms are spacious and lovely. Wi-fi works great and we had a room with a small balcony which overlooked the streets of Paris, it was an amazing view. There is a metro station not far from this hotel, but you can also walk and get to the center in about 20 minutes.

    « good value/ good service »

    A well priced better than average hotel of its type Friendly reception and restaurant staff. The rooms are well equipped albeit pretty tight space wise. Everything you need for a short stay. Might not be so good for a longer trip as lack of space become a bigger issue Only ate breakfast but this was very good

    « Beautiful Paris »

    good place to sleep , although the rooms are a bit small double room very small single room was better , good breakfast selection ,staff very helpful , asked for directions were able to help , they spoke good English , good walking distance to restaurants and activities loved the Eiffel Tour, amazing . weather suprised me thought that it be warmer but beautiful days.

  • 5
    « Lovely Hotel in Great Location »

    Really enjoyed our time in the Le Swann. Every member of staff we encountered from reception to bar and restaurant were excellent and very helpful. As others have commented, the location is very convenient for the Metro and shopping and you can easily get to the main tourist sites quickly. Le Swann is well worth a considering if you're intending a visit to Paris at any time.

    « Great hotel »

    Great hotel. Good value for money for Paris. Breakfast is good. Location is excellent as it's a 3 minute walk to the nearest underground station which will take you anywhere in Paris. Room and bathroom stylish and really clean. We got given discount coupons for our disneyland visit too!

    « Convenient »

    Would recommend this hotel mostly for people looking for four-star accommodation around Gare St-Lazare or close to the opera, since the area is not the most exciting of Paris. For shoppers, it's an ideal location, a few-minute walk from both Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps. The price was acceptable by Paris standards, and the cost-benefit ratio clearly favourable. As for hotel per se, I was very pleased with my experience there. Modern yet personalised and with an apparent effort to be close to a boutique hotel yet keep a high level of services. The place looked and smelled clean and well kept, with on top an exceptionally pleasant and friendly staff. Things one could work on improving (by order of importance): 1- Storage closets in rooms ridiculously small. 2- Water pressure in the shower exasperatingly weak. 3- Quality of bathroom amenities leaves a bit to be desired for a 4* Best Western. All in all very satisfactory stay.

    « Excellent hotel »

    I spent there one week with my boyfriend. The hotel is located in a very nice area, in a walking distance from the Opera. Nice and elegant rooms, I was placed on 5th floor with a wonderful view of the area. I fell in love with this hotel! The room was a bit small but perfect for our stay (you won't spend all day in room). The bathroom was clean and brand new. For sure this will be my choice for next stays and I would recommend this hotel!.. from

    « Darling but small »

    Our room looked out over the street and the buildings on rue Constantinople so we had a very nice view. The room was well appointed but very small(by U.S. standards). The bathroom had a glass wall which was beautiful but one could see into it in some places. If you are a couple that may be ok for you. It was quiet! And the room had A/C. The staff was beyond excellent!!!

    « First visit to Paris! »

    We loved this little hotel! Is super close to the Metro(Europe station) and within walking distance of Printemps and the Arc de Triumphe. Room was small but clean and cozy and included a room safe and Nespresso machine. Front desk staff were quite helpful. We didn't eat here as there were quite a few food options nearby. Would recommend!

    « Stayed for honeymoon »

    Great overall hotel, staff spoke english and were very helpful with giving directions and recommendations. Breakfast was excellent. Only issue I had with this hotel was the room service. Room service would remove rags daily and would not replace them. Every single day I had to go down to the front to get a replacement. It was quite annoying. If it wasn't for that I would have rated them higher.

    « Great stay - quiet, clean, friendly - but wifi needs improving! »

    We stayed here for 10 nights in August. Overall, we had a great stay. The room was a good size (304) with a closet for clothes and a cubby above the minibar. I think it was the largest in that style of room, according to the floor plan, some definitely looked smaller. Location. The hotel was less than 5 minutes to the Europe stop and not much more to Villiers. A quick (10ish minutes) ride to the Louvre area. Very conveniently located and quiet. There are a few restaurants in the area ? with one (Lebanese) right next door that was delicious. There's also a small market just a few doors down the street. The hotel breakfast was okay. It was cheaper than going out (9.50 Euros including coffee), but there wasn't a ton of selection and zero variation. I would suggest introducing a few different items or rotating items a little bit. The hotel was very clean and the staff was friendly. My biggest complaint would be the wifi ? the service was terrible. Very slow and you had to keep reconnecting. So many of the reviews here comment on the terrible wifi, but the hotel doesn't seem at all concerned by these complaints. In 2015, reliable wifi service should be pretty standard with any hotel room. Overall, I would definitely recommend the hotel ? but with the caveat that they really need to improve their wifi service.

    « Cute hotel - good value! »

    This hotel was a great value. Good location for easy metro access. Probably a 15-20 minute walk to major attractions, which we found enjoyable and a nice way to explore the neighborhoods of Paris. Rooms were small (to be expected in Paris), but fine for a long weekend. Loved the decor - cute and contemporary, seems like it was recently re-done. Very clean. Great service. Would stay again if we were looking to save money.

    « Quieter street, away from the big tourist attractions »

    Overall a decent hotel. It's located about a 5 minute walk from the Europe subway station. There are a few little cafes and restaurants situated in the neighborhood. It is about a 10-15 minute subway ride to most of the tourist attractions. As for the hotel the lobby is nice and clean. The staff were pleasant, but we did not converse much with them. Our room was very modern and clean. The room had a/c so sleeping was good. The bed was very comfortable. Storage space was limited. The bathroom was clean, sleek and modern. Also a decent little tv with an abundance of French speaking channels, and 2 English news channels. Overall the hotel was good for us, as two travels with somewhat of a budget.

  • 4
    « Extended weekend break »

    Stayed at the Le Swan from 22nd August to 26th August 2015. Found hotel excellent , good location easy access to metro at Villiers and Europe underground stations both within easy walking distance. Hotel very clean, staff very pleasant and accommodating. We had a room on the second floor overlooking the Main Street, the room we had was a double, small but quite adequate, with en-suite, tv, and balcony. Breakfast was good served with a good choice of hot and continental breakfast, whilst we never used the bar, there was a good choice. Across the road is a small bistro, and many other restaurants within easy walking distance all with good choice of menu, beers and fine wines.. Where you can sit outside, people watch and watch the world go by. This hotel provided a good base to explore Paris, within easy walking distance of main attractions, metro , opera and theater I would definitely use this hotel again. Good value for money.

    « Spotless and excellent value for money »

    Le Swann is a great find! Newly renovated, spotless, quiet, well-appointed room complete with a Nespresso machine, 2 flat-screen TVs, air conditioning and blackout curtains. I would normally pick something with more Old World charm but we liked the literary theme (Marcel Proust) and the contemporary style of this smallish neighborhood hotel. Travelling with my mother and 7-year-old daughter, I chose this hotel for the room size (we stayed in a junior suite) as triple rooms in Paris are notoriously tiny, easy metro access (Europe metro station is less than 5 minutes away) and excellent value for money (I got an early bird discount). The downside? The free WiFi access is wonky at night (they need to invest in more bandwidth), the bath/shower is a bit strange as it's in full view in the middle of the room (no privacy), and there is nothing of interest to do/see in the immediate vicinity (which I already knew when booking so not a problem for usas with the metro you can get anywhere you need). I recommend Le Swann and would definitely stay here again.

    « Perfect for a romantic escape »

    Me and my bf spent 7 days in Paris. I choose this hotel for the good positive reviews. My standards are always very high, about hotels, specially because I worked 5 years for 5* cruises ships! I have to admit that this is very good hotel, in a great position! Few steps away from metro stop Europe, few minutes from metro Rome and from Gare de Saint Lazare (with the train to go to Versaille); 15 minutes walking from the nice neighbourhood with the Moulin Rouge, place du Clichy and Pigalle, the street with striptease and secy shops, pubs where to drink a beer till late. The room was very tiny, but this was clear from other reviews, and, far as I know the Parisian standards, we been luky! Everything was elegant and good kept: wall paper, carpet, furniture. The toilet was gorgeous! Everything was marked with some tiny particulars from the Marcel Proust literally works... In our room was the Nespresso coffee machine, with 3 different free coffee to choose from. The room cleaner is been fantastic! We was always waking up late...she never bothered us, and cleaned our room only after we've left in the afternoon. Is very nice, I know that in Europe not many hotels offer you this service. The reception team is been very useful, and even the reception are is so posh! A very important advice to who want travel to Paris: avoid August! Almost 70% of the stores was closed for the holidays: the whole month! Another thing about Google maps: don't trust it! I don't understand why, but the directions are totally wrong! For Versaille, from the hotel, it's been super easy: the reception guy just advised us to go in Gare de Saint Lazare, we been there just with one train, and a bus, but just because the way was disrupted. The same it's been for Orly Airport: from the tube Google was advising to take a taxi, when a tram was stopping just in front of the terminal! Even on this, talk with the reception guy it's been useful! I love this hotel, perfect for a couple! Just a little black marks: I was willing to get a room with bathtub, but none was available! I was so sorry for that! But the whole parisian experience it's been wonderful! I will rate some more caffe and restaurants...

    « Nice hotel »

    Great service from staff, they were really friendly and helpful. The rooms a little small but well appointed. Good location close to public transport and sights. Buffet breakfast disappointing would recommend getting breakfast from a local bakery or cafe

    « Great location, comfortable hotel »

    Pros: Great location, lovely side road in the 8e arrondisment, close by to a number of decent brasseries and within 250 metres of two metro stations. The rooms were clean, cool, well appointed. Everything worked, plenty of hot water. comfortable bed, pillows and friendly staff. Cons: As is suaul in France the TV channels are almsot all in French. Apart from CNN there was only French TV. The rooms were fairly small (and we had upgraded to a deluxe one). Breakfast was okay but nothing to sceram about. One or two oddnesses such as you only got 1 plate, so everytime you wanted anything else such as an extra croissant or some more cheese, you had to take your plate with you. In terms of value for money we got a great deal I think as we had booked through a well known package operator that arranged flights and airport pickup as well. I saw the rack rate on th edesk and if you had to pay that then it would not be such a good review as the value point would shift badly.

    « Recommend »

    Fantastic Proust theme throughout the hotel, the rooms are based on characters. Very clean and good quality toiletries. Very convenient to the centre, just a five minute walk to the metro that...

    « A Great Paris Hotel »

    A four night stay at this hotel was booked for me and my partner to celebrate her birthday. The hotel location is in a lovely quiet district of Paris, surrounded by music stores and small restaurants, but walking distance to many of the main city attractions and only 2 minutes from metro stop for anyone not wanting to walk. The hotel is very modern and designed in contemporary style in memory of Marcel Proust. The room was not large, but then is any hotel room in Paris, but adequate for couple sharing. The mini bar, Ipod dock and espresso machine were all welcome and used repeatedly during our stay. The shower was great and the bathroom clean and modern with a very funky sliding door. The only negative from us was the hotel bar was not open on weekend.

    « Service,standards and location »

    Very pleased overall and will return! The staff were helpful, the premier room was compact but for Paris it was excellent. The hotel's location was very suitable. After visiting Versailles I booked three rooms for my family and myself at the Le Swann and the experience there completed a fantastic trip.


    Small room. Closet small unable to close. Bathroom and extension of sleeping area. Smoking in front of hotel makes lobby a poor place to wait. When asking for cab it is 10 euros already on meter when they arrive. Breakfast is skimpy and poor for 13 euros.


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·From: by car. Exit the ring road at Porte de Saint Ouen, continue straight on for 1. 6 kilometer on the Avenue de la Porte de Saint-Ouen, then continue straight along l'Avenue de Clichy (400 meters), take Place de Clichy and turn right onto Boulevard des Batignolles. After 400 meters, take Rue de Rome on the left. La rue de Constantinople is 300 meters to your right to the Best Western Premier Le Swann. ·From: by metro. Europe Station: line 3 Villiers Station: lines 2 - 3 Rome Station: line 2 Saint Lazare Station: lines 3 - 12 - 13 - 14 ·From: by bus. Lines 30, 53, 66, 80, 95 ·From: by RER. Line A (Aubert), line E (Haussman Saint Lazare) ·From: car park. Vinci Park (14 avenue de Villiers). ...

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