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This is my second stay at Novotel Paris Les Halles. The staff, specially Benjamin, Lise, and Djamel, were exceptional; they were very helpful not just in getting guests checked-in, but also on advise regarding alternate routes when snowfall in Paris ground transportation to a halt!...More
3 Thank jose20160323
Response from NovotellesHalles, Responsable relations clients at Novotel Paris Les HallesResponded 9 February 2018
We are honored that you have chosen the Novotel Paris Les Halles as your home for your stay.
I will not fail to inform Benjamin, Lise, Djamel and our teams of your satisfaction.
We try to adapt to even the most exceptional conditions...More
Pros: breakfast with fresh squeezed orange juice, plenty of cheeses, bread, omelette, etc. near central metro station (get on to rer for Disneyland). Friendly staff. 5 minutes walk to louvre and Notre Dame
Cons: our room was in the first floor and below average. I...More
We have just returned from a wonderful 3 night stay here - I'm so pleased we chose this hotel! We took our 6 year old twins and the location was so perfect - so close to many of the best sites in Paris so we...More
2 Thank Katylouchristmas
Response from NovotellesHalles, Responsable relations clients at Novotel Paris Les HallesResponded 1 week ago
We do not have words to describe the feeling so strong that we feel when reading your comment.
Twelve years after your commitment to our capital and having the honor to welcome you was a great happiness for our team.
It's always fun...More
Our stay at the Novotel Paris Les Halles was absolutely wonderful! The hotel was clean and modern, our special thanks go to the staff at the reception. They were very helpful and found us the best places to have lunch, dinner etc. I traveled with...More
Historically the central iron-clad market of Paris, Les Halles has evolved architecturally since then but the pulsating energy has stayed the same. Now it houses the main shopping mall, which nestles underground surrounded by fast-food take-aways and international restaurants coupled with beautiful churches and the old commodity exchange. Parallel to it are the high-street stores of Rue de Rivoli and
just parallel to that the Seine. The area bustles with faces from all continents and all ages at all times of the day. If enjoying high-street shopping with easy access to fast eateries and lively bars is on your agenda, this is the place to go.
Response from Katylouchristmas | Reviewed this property |
It is one stop away on the Metro to Chatelet Les Halles - the hotel is literally outside the station if you take the correct exit - the street name of the hotel is Place Margeurite de Navarre so if you look out for that... More
It is one stop away on the Metro to Chatelet Les Halles - the hotel is literally outside the station if you take the correct exit - the street name of the hotel is Place Margeurite de Navarre so if you look out for that exit, when you come up the escalator and reach the top, the hotel entrance is behind you.
Response from KrissiVtravelnut | Reviewed this property |
Not directly to the hotel. My day trip tour bus dropped my off a few blocks away and I could see the hotel sign from the location they dropped me. I took the RER and metro a lot as it was right downstairs. You need to know... More
Not directly to the hotel. My day trip tour bus dropped my off a few blocks away and I could see the hotel sign from the location they dropped me. I took the RER and metro a lot as it was right downstairs. You need to know exactly which line you are taking and follow the signs and follow the forum signs to return. The tunnel system here is huge so you need to know the line and knowing the final destination of the line usually helps you get the right direction track, but they also show all the stops at the entrance to the stop.