Doubles from: $151 to $200
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
Clean, air conditioned rooms await you at the Londres Saint-Honoré, a small two-star located five-minutes from the Louvre.
Pros: Close to the Louvre. Charming 17th-century touches. Air conditioned rooms.
Cons: Some small rooms. Tiny elevator. Rooms not “cheap.”
The two-star Hotel Londres Saint-Honoré, located across the street from the beautiful St-Roch Church and five minutes from the Louvre, has a charming old-world ambiance and 29 basic rooms. With doubles starting at about €135, it’s not exactly “Cheapo,” but nonetheless represents a solid value for the neighborhood.
Rooms at the Londres Saint-Honoré are pretty much standard fare: orange-and-red bedspreads, wall-mounted headboards, writing desks and framed art. The look is comfy, if dated. Notably, all rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a mini-fridge and free Wi-Fi access. Beware of the small single rooms: They are tiny and some have some uninspiring views. Family rooms for up to six guests are available.
Bathrooms are modern with small sinks. Some have been revamped with attractive mosaic tiling.
Downstairs, mirrors, orchids and sculptures add some 17th-century charm. One of the less pleasing features of this hotel is the hobbit-sized elevator, which starts on the second floor.
Breakfast (for €9) is served either in your room or in the charming dining area overlooking the church.
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor. This review is based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
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About the Hôtel Londres Saint Honoré neighborhood
Located to the west of Châtelet, the area surrounding the Louvre museum is an art lover's playground. The quarter boasts grand Haussmann-style boulevards leading to the gold dome of the Opéra and the banks of the Seine. The quarter's biggest draw is the Louvre museum and the Seine-side Jardin des Tuileries.