Seven Hotel Paris
What To Know
- Make requests for specific Luxury Suites at checkout from Jetsetter; requests cannot necessarily be guaranteed
- Closet space is limited
- A $2 city tax per person, per night will be collected at the property.
- This is a futuristic design hotel; it will not appeal to all types of travelers
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
A stay at Seven Hotel Paris places you in the heart of Paris, minutes from Ecole normale superieure and close to Notre Dame Cathedral. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Place de la Contrescarpe and Paris Observatory.
Make yourself at home in one of the 35 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and premium TV channels provides entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and complimentary newspapers.
Pamper yourself with onsite body treatments or make use of the other amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.
Grab a bite from a snack bar/deli serving guests of Seven Hotel Paris. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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I was excited to stay in this hotel from all the great reviews but I now wonder why it has gotten many of those.
My fiancé and I stayed here for 3 nights and I wouldn’t stay again or recommend to a friend. It certainly isn’t a 4* hotel. Merely a 3* calling itself a 4*. We’ve stayed in many 4* hotels around the world and this doesn’t compare to any of those. You can’t be a 4* hotel when customer service is poor and rooms and amenities are poor.
We stayed in a Deluxe Designer room and our room was tatty and needed updating. Scruffy carpets, peeling paint on the walls, chipped tiles in the bathroom, deep scratches all over the perspex glass. Bathroom was an accident waiting to happen because water goes everywhere if you want to try and shower yourself with the tiny bath hose and climbing in and out of the bath itself! Towels were somewhat pathetic in size and the staff utterly unhelpful. When we asked for a different room, we were told we’d have to “make do with what we had” by some miserable and unfriendly lady on reception who couldn’t have made us feel less welcome if she tried, just after we’d checked in.
The only good thing about this hotel was the comfy bed and the tiny lights in the ceiling that made it feel like you were sleeping under the stars.
Perhaps the suites are the decent rooms. What I can’t work out is why there is no shower in a Deluxe Designer room and only a bath, despite that being a more expensive room. Just odd. Never stayed in a hotel without a shower before! Glad to say we had a great time in Paris away from the hotel!
I managed to find a stranger's underwear, dead rose petals, and general nastiness beneath our bed in the deluxe room. Keeping in mind that hotels are implicitly dirty, but this seemed much worse than it should have been.
I asked the front desk to clean underneath it. They managed to remove the underwear. The dead rose petals stayed along with everything else.
* Nice bathtub
* 6 different light switches
* Large TV
This hotel is a bit away from the frenzy of the city, the nearest metro station is some 8-10min away however it’s really worth it!
You have different suites with different themes and can choose depending on your mood. The suite I had (cabaret) was just great: Red was the dominant color with a king size bed, a pole dance bar, a bathroom with two sinks, a bath tub, and a shower. The plus was certainly the toilets... for two! I will definitely go back!
This hotel gets fairly good reviews and I honestly don't know why. The best day of my trip to Paris was the day I checked out of this hotel. Our hotel room was very dark with a small window. The carpet didn't appear to be swept during the stay. The shower was designed to flood the entire bathroom floor. I stayed on the 6th floor in a room with a "floating" decor. The lighting was very poor and I understand why the rooms are difficult to clear when it is so dark in the room. The elevator is small and it shakes when it is in operation. The bright spot of this hotel is the staff at the front office. They are helpful and they clearly understand the problems with the property.
If you are going to be using public transportation to get around, this hotel is about a 15 minute walk to the nearest subway station. The closest subway station is Censier Daubenton.
We’ve just returned from a 2 night stay here. It was easy to find from the Subway; about a ten minute walk away. We were greeted by a lovely girl who checked us in, gave us a map and advised us on some better routes for the subway. On arrival at the room, the hotel had left us a card and chocolates as it was our first year anniversary, which I thought was a lovely touch.
The room was like no other hotel we’ve stayed in. The ceiling was painted like the sky and had small little blue lights to look like stars. The shower and sink room have Perspex walls so if you’re shy, don’t stay in this room! The lights on the ceiling reflect off the Perspex walls, so when you have the lights off at night and leave the ‘stars’ on, and with a bit of imagination, it looks like you’re outside.
Very early in the morning, a lovely young guy on reception checked us out. I didn’t get his name, but he was great, especially seeing as though he’d been at work all night! I told him I’d think about him if France won the World Cup, so if he sees this, I haven’t forgotten!
The only reason I didn’t give a five was because the floor in the bathroom wasn’t very sturdy, it’s kind of like loose tiles, and I was scared I was going to fall. Also, a tiny little thing, by the mirror on the floor, the paint has worn away, showing the wood. NOT a big deal at all and made absolutely zero difference to our stay, but wouldn’t be fair to give a 5 with this.
All in all, we loved it. We’ll return to Paris and stay in this magical hotel again.