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Stayed for a week with my family, in two rooms. On the day before our departure, one of the rooms was robbed. Another room in the hotel was robbed on the same day. The hotel management did not care at all, didn't offer even an...More
Response from Christophe F, Directeur général at Hotel Arvor Saint GeorgesResponded 3 days ago
Nothing is more important to us than the security of our guests. That is why we have night an day, seven days a week someone at the reception, and a safe box in each room.
I deeply regret that this incident ruins your...More
Stayed here with family for a short break recently. It's a nice hotel. The service is good. The location is pleasant and well suited to exploring Paris. All in all, it's a decent hotel.
Is it a 4 star? No.
Rooms are small.
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Response from Christophe F, Directeur général at Hotel Arvor Saint GeorgesResponded 13 September 2017
Dear stack rat,
Thank you for your comment on this website. It helps other people to select the right place to stay is Paris.
Location and service are the main request when you're on travel.
It is surprising that you found rooms noisy as we...More
This hotel was perfect for a weekend trip to Paris - lots of bars & restaurants in the local area, close to 3 convenient Metro stations & a short walk up to Montmartre.
The staff were all very friendly & helpful, and the room (203)...More
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Response from Christophe F, Directeur général at Hotel Arvor Saint GeorgesResponded 12 September 2017
Dear Lucie A,
Thank you for spending a week-end with us in Paris.
We are glad to read that you enjoy the silent street Laferrière and our services.
It would be a pleasure to welcome you back,
Hotel Arvor is a 2 minute walk from St Georges metro & excellently placed. Situated in a quiet street, the hotel is excellent for peace & quiet. I stayed for a business trip & was very impressed. Will definitely stay again
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Response from Christophe F, Directeur général at Hotel Arvor Saint GeorgesResponded 5 September 2017
Thank you very much for staying with us during your business trip.
I'm glad to read that you enjoyed our location and services.
We hope having the pleasure to welcome you back even for leisure,
I enjoyed the location and the service provided. The room was also nice with a view over the roofs of Paris and at the Horizont the Eifel tower! Despite the fact that the walls between the rooms are thin (the sounds come through) I warmly...More
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Response from Christophe F, Directeur général at Hotel Arvor Saint GeorgesResponded 26 August 2017
Thanks a lot for sharing your experience with us. I'm glad you enjoyed our location, the service and also the view on the Eiffel tower,
Hoping to welcome you back here soon,
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US$119 - US$269 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#200 Luxury Hotel in Paris
#204 Family Hotel in Paris
#216 Business Hotel in Paris
#235 Romantic Hotel in Paris
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The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.