4.5
Very Good 351 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Some guestrooms come with a kitchenette
  • Relaxing in the indoor infinity pool after a day of sightseeing
  • The room service menu includes traditional French, American and Lebanese fare

What To Know

  • Located within walking distance of Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Elysées
  • The hotel can arrange appointments with a personal trainer during your stay
  • Valet parking is available for an additional fee

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Family-run sleep near Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Elysées with a restaurant, bar and indoor pool

The Lowdown

Set in the 16th arrondissement near the Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Elysées, the Villa Hotel Majestic merges the convenience of staying in a well-appointed apartment with the luxuries of a full-service hotel. Some guestrooms and suites have wainscoting, parquet flooring and ruby red furniture complemented by billowy curtains, as well as kitchenettes with a microwave, coffeemaker and cook-top. But if you rather not whip up something to eat in your room, there’s the bright and cheerful Le MagnuM restaurant. The cozy Le PremiuM bar doubles as an inviting living room, shaking up favorites like Luxury Normandy (calvados, champagne, grenadine and sorbet citron). And when you’re ready to get some exercise, you can use the well-equipped fitness center and indoor infinity pool.

In the Area

A five-minute stroll from the Arc de Triomphe, the Villa Hotel Majestic is located in the upmarket 16th arrondissement, an area that is largely residential and yet well situated for sites like the Eiffel Tower. The Baccarat Museum, the Guimet Museum and the Palais de Tokyo are all within walking distance, but a metro trip is required for major attractions like the Louvre or Musee d’Orsay.

How to Get There

Majestic Hôtel – Spa
30 Rue La Perouse
Paris, 75116 France

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 351 Reviews
Great family stay
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I stayed 6nights in this hotel, in a 85m2 suite with family and by myself in a 35m2 room. Both were very confortable, quiet, clean and elegant. The spa is realy nice and the 14m long pool is just enough for laps. I think Majestic Spa is the best quality/location/space deal I found so far in Paris.

Twofold impression
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great location, walking distance from sightseeing spots, restaurants and shops.
Majestic suit is big for family, with kitchen and 2 stunning terraces. Furniture needs to be renovated, but beds are comfy with great quality lining. Central AC problem wasn't solved, it was heating room instead of cooling, we were provided by separate AC when complained about the heat.
Fast room service, very helpful, polite and friendly doormen and maids.
All this good impression was ruined by check in and check out. Too slow and lost on check in. Receptionists don't know what's happening with rooms. Check out was a nightmare. We almost missed our flight because it took more than hour to check out, with their mistake of deposit money calculation and trying to charge card again while the amount for 6 nights was already holded......
It's a pity, this hotel will lose a lot of guests only because of unprofessional receptionists.

NOT MAJESTIC
Reviewed 1 month ago

Oh man, this place. Wow. VERY unimpressed. We arrived there on the 15th around noon and asked for an early check in after traveling for 14 hours and they said they would try. Our travel agent ad also called ahead to request this. We left to go eat lunch and walk around. we come back around 2:45. No room ready. Check in is at 3pm. We asked to get a drink in the "bar" and went to sit down. At least 17 staff milling around the hotel but no one came to serve us for at least 15 minutes. We order. we wait. Christophe tells us they just need 10 more minutes and it will be worth that wait. We are falling asleep on the couches in the "bar" at this point. We ask for another round, only my husbands beer arrives. the bartender brings the bill for said beer just as they tell us our room is ready at 3:30ish! We leave the bill and the bartender chases us to the elevator with it in hand! Saying its ok, you can charge it to the room! Dude, we don't even have a room yet!
We get to our small dark dingy room (our bags are not even in the room) where we hear that the mini bar is complimentary! Ah! things are looking up! Nope-in the mini bar were two waters, a coke, a diet coke and an orange juice. All warm. yum. we unpack. I hand my clothes in the "closet" which is made for a leprechaun, all my long dresses and jumpers bunched up at the bottom.
We take a nap listening to hammers, drilling etc. Awesome.
Next day, noon. we ask if the mini bar could be cold so we could store champagne. We return around 6pm. Mini bar still warm.
I walked down to the front desk and lost my mind. We paid a lot of money for this trip and they cant get us in a room on time, the mini bar isn't cold, the room is hideous. Sure, all little things but on no sleep and major jet lag, I couldn't. Mirna, the manager offered us a new room. We accept. then we are given 15 minutes to re pack and move. Se was very kind but really? We move into a somewhat nicer, much larger room.
really not all that big of a deal-but this place is not Majestic. AT ALL. Breakfast luckily was included for us, otherwise we would not have spent 30 euro on that crap! Cold crepes, cold pancakes. Gross eggs.
the pool is pretty awesome and relaxing, and that was probably the only bright spot here. Don't choose this place

Not the best but expensive
Reviewed 2 months ago

For the price I found the room small . Also the hotel is ongoing some work therefore wasn’t the best time to see it . No early breakfast and customer service is t with the best . There is a lot of competition around clearly better to have a look . When you transform your hotel advice customer to give them the option to choose !

Lovely Surprise
Reviewed 3 months ago

I was originally booked at the Raphael (the sister property); but had to be relocated here due to a government delegation. Originally I was very frustrated, but I was pleasantly surprised by this property. It does not have the curb appeal of its sister hotels, the Raphael and the Regina, but what it lacks in exterior appearance, it excels in interior luxury and comfort. The hotel is beautifully renovated, and is absolutely spotless. The spa makes an enormous difference. Flying for 8 hours, spending long days out walking, and being able to come back for a dip in the heated pool, or going to sit in the sauna, made a huge difference. I also enjoyed that our room at a large kitchenette; which made having a cup of tea or making a sandwich very easy (it was equipped with plates, cutlery, and glasses too). If I was to come back to Paris with my family, I would absolutely consider this property.