- Free WiFi
With a stay at Hotel Duret in Paris (16th Arrondissement), you’ll be minutes from Palais des Congres de Paris and close to Arc de Triomphe. This 4-star hotel is close to Eiffel Tower and Galeries Lafayette.
Make yourself at home in one of the 27 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming provides entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and complimentary newspapers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a television in a common area.
Food & Drink
Take advantage of the hotel’s room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, limo/town car service, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby.
How to Get There
Once again, Trip Advisor´s Certificate of Excellence showed its value: the stay at this boutique hotel was very enjoyable. The outstanding location of the hotel, the nice and quiet neighborhood and the welcoming staff, make sure I liked every minute of my stay in this business trip. It is close to major attractions, to the Metro system and to scores of good restaurants and boulangeries. On top of all that goes the most important thing: the staff was very attentive and helpful, really focused on making more enjoyable your visit to Paris and to the hotel.
I have stayed for a romantic weekend away in Paris in this cute hotel. Service is great, design is beautiful and delicate and location convenient to metro. I have asked some room specifications and they were provided . Restaurants and cafes are close by .
I booked 4 nights in a kind of a last minute option. After completing my booking I've seen some reviews saying that some rooms were "dated" especially bathrooms, so I was a little worried.
But I've been upgraded and got a superior room, without me asking, thank you for that! My room (301) had a definitely remodeled bathroom, very spacious, with all new fixtures, a bright wight bathtub. Taking a bath after strolling out on winter days was very pampering.
The room itself was also spacious and had a nice street view. The walk-in closet was very comfortable to use.
The wi-fi was very fast and worked steadily and having lots of USB charging ports in several points was very convenient.
Overall, the room was very satisfying, I just don't know if it were the case of the classic room without the upgrade for superior, which I suppose was possible because of the slow season.
The reception area is definitely could use an "update".
They do some renovating works going on in some rooms I guess, but causing some noise. The works are done during the day hours, so for those who are going out after breakfast, it shouldn't be a problem. As I was not feeling well and stayed in the room longer, the noise did bother me a bit, but the remodeling works are a good thing for future customers.
The breakfast was generally good, I just wish that there were some vegetables or small salad like I used to have in other hotels. But all the products of a choice were replenished and available until the ending hour, which is not obvious in small hotels.
The last but definitely not the least point to mention - what really made my stay enjoyable was the great staff working in the hotel!
Both gentlemen serving breakfast were very nice and attentive. The cleaning lady that made my room every day was also nice, greeted me every morning asking how I slept and felt, and did her job well.
The reception staff deserves special recognition, they are all very dedicated, professional and kind. Cristine welcomed me on my arrival, made sure I got a good room, gave me some recommendations, even I wasn't asking as I know Paris well. I did go on my last evening to a nice neighborhood restaurant ("La Maison" on La Place Saint-Ferdinand) recommended by Cristine and enjoyed it.
Finally, Marie-Laure - I do not have enough words to describe how wonderful she is. I've had an unfortunate unpleasant experience on the second day of my visit, as being accidentally close to the manifestation, inhaled the tear gas spread in the area and had a horrible allergic reaction which got worse the next morning. Marie-Laure expressed concern and understanding, was very attentive and kind (so was the younger gentleman serving breakfast which I've come late to, he even apologized for that happened to me in Paris).
Marie-Laure also expressed genuine interest in my plans and we had an interesting cultural conversation.
I wish to thank especially Marie-Laure, Cristine and the young man from the breakfast service, and all the members of the Hotel Duret staff. I love Paris and it never fails me
Hotel Duret is a comfortable hotel for those who want to stay in Paris for a short period ; quiet location. Excellent service and helpfull staff ; good breakfast ; rooms are convenient but small ( rather for a three star than four star hotel!)
Central location close to Port Maillot. Very friendly and english speaking receptionist. Lovely clean room, comfortable bed. Found parking for our car just outside the hotel. Great value for money, we can recommend the Duret Hotel Paris 100%!