- Free WiFi
With a stay at Vice Versa, you’ll be centrally located in Paris, convenient to Paris Expo Porte de Versailles and Eiffel Tower. This 4-star hotel is close to Roland Garros and Arc de Triomphe.
Make yourself at home in one of the 37 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take time to pamper yourself with a visit to the full-service spa. This Art Deco hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.
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 express check-in, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby.
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We loved the stay at vice versa the staff was so nice and helpful! Thibaut was amazing helped us find our way throughout Paris and answered our million questions :) the theme was really cool as well being based on the deadly sins didn’t like the anger room a lil too dark for me but we had greed beds are super comfy... Would definitely stay again!
I selected this hotel based on its location near my friend's apartment in the 15th and the value. It was in a quiet residential neighborhood. The staff was great and friendly, my room was cute and clean. I did not have breakfast in the hotel, in fact I would recommend going down the street and enjoying a coffee and croissant at one of the local bakeries. I would enjoy watching the families taking their kids to school and watching residents getting to start their day. The hotel was also closely located to a grocery store which was great to grab water or a bottle of wine. Room decor was fun with the sin themes, small yet clean.
My partner and I stayed here for two nights end of April. I must admit we were a little worried after seeing the photos of the hotel but when we arrived we were pleasantly surprised.
The entrance lobby and breakfast area had a lovely decor. Staff were polite and helpful.
We stayed on 3rd floor and our room had a Roman decor style. Our room faced the main road so it was very noisey. Plus you can hear other guests in their rooms. The room itself was ok and the bed was very comfy. The bathroom and shower was lovely.
You will need to check your bus and metro routes before hand so you can get your bearings. The best way to travel is the metro about 5 / 10 min walk away. I would buy a travel card for the days your staying as this works out cheaper. You can buy these at the metro station.
Breakfast was varied and nice so no complaints there.
A mobile phone is provided in the room which you can take out with you. You get free internet and calls which is great to use Google maps.
Overall it was nice enough and fine for a couple of nights but it was too noisey for me and I think I would prefer to stay a bit closer to central Paris if I did go again.
Stayed here on a 3 day business trip to Paris. It was conveniently located a few minutes' walk from the convention center. Room was interesting in decor - kind of a "bordello" theme with mirror on the ceiling and racy photos/illustrations on the walls. Air Conditioning was great and staff was nice. Room was quite small however and the desk/chair was so small as to be almost unusable. Not so great for sightseeing around Paris as you're about a 10 minute walk to the nearest metro and then another 20-30 mins to see the sights. If I were on a romantic weekend where I didn't plan to leave the room I'd consider it again (and for the convention center) but otherwise would probably choose something closer to the center.
On visiting Paris for the second time this year we spotted this quirky looking hotel on the internet and decided to book direct with them. The hotel is based on the seven deadly sins and therefore each room as a theme (or rather each floor I think). You can choose 3 'sins' you would prefer. We were given the 'Lust' room on the top floor. The reception is based on 'heaven' and is just amazing with unicorns and angel wings. There is an honesty bar although we didn't have the time to use that. Downstairs in the basement is based on 'hell' and there is some sort of steam room in there also. I am not sure if you have to pay as again we didn't use it. The hotel is designed by Chantal Thomass and if you can speak fluent French there are videos in the lift and breakfast room with her most probably explaining her designs. She reminded me of Magenta de Vine from the early 90's minus the sunglasses.
We were greeted by a very friendly member of staff whose English was very good and who explained how the hotel works and gave us our keys. The lift is incredibly slow and the corridor leading to the room is very dark. However the room was amazing! Pink and black was the theme and the sink and shower floor were heart shaped, how beautiful! The shower was made for two with a huge waterfall shower. We were provided with complimentary his and her slippers in pink and black and two shower gels, cap, soap etc. We were also provided with a free Samsung phone which was for our use both inside and outside the hotel! What an amazing touch! I admit we didn't use it but it's still a great idea! The bed was very comfortable. As there were only two pillows I thought I would need to ask for another pair but they were so comfy I slept like a log! There is a mini bar in the room, which is chargeable, and also two small glasses along with two wine glasses! Hurrah, I wish all hotels would do this! The shower and sink are actually in the room but the toilet has its own separate cubicle with 'showgirl' wallpaper. We were at the side of the hotel overlooking an outside gym area, it was very quiet and at night we could see the Eiffel Tower lit up! Amazing!
The breakfast room was cute and quirky but if you like a regular cup of tea it's a bit of a mission! Teapots are provided and a help yourself hot water tap. Be quick as the breakfast tea goes quickly. I found the milk by the cereals. They have a coffee machine which my boyfriend made good use of. They served scrambled eggs every day, some little sausages, crepes, a range of pastries, bread which you toasted yourself, jams and spreads along with cereals, yoghurts and fruit.
I would say that the tables are very close together but this is Paris and this is what every restaurant is like. It can get cosy but the lady who is serving is so friendly and helpful. She helped me with the teapot, she got me water, she was really kind and lovely and an asset to the hotel. One morning I wasn't feeling very well and she asked me if I was ok. On leaving the hotel she even gave me a hug. I felt like family. The guy who checked us in encouraged us to stay again and a lady with an American accent was also very friendly and happy.
As for the location - I have read some of the reviews on here and I have to say I can't believe people are grumbling about the distance! It is literally a 5 minute walk from the nearest Metro Porte De Versaille and most places in Paris take you about 15 mins on the Metro anyway so it was easy enough to hop on and off the Metro to get around. We even got up to Montmarte one evening as it is a straight line and that is right at the top of Paris! The train station is also nearby. There are plenty of shops in the vicinity such as supermarkets etc. Also there are also some good bars and restaurants.
This is a beautiful romantic hotel, very friendly and I would absolutely recommend staying here.