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Aside from the insanely claustrophobic elevator, we enjoyed the accomondations of Royal Phare. The rooms are very small, but it's Paris! the rooms served the purpose of 7 hours sleep and a hot shower before heading back out into Paris.
It's in a very good...More
My husband and I stayed at The Royal Phare Hotel in Paris in May. The hotel is very small. The rooms therefore, are just as small. However, as others have posted, they are very clean and maid service is prompt and happens everyday. The best...More
On the absolute essentials of cleanliness, safety and friendly staff the Royal Phare scores top marks plus a bonus mark for its superb location in a bustling quartier within walking distance of central Paris.
We had a double room with a bath, plus a generous...More
I just got back a few days ago from a stay at the Royal Phare Hotel. All in all, I would say the trip was a success and that I would stay here again.
The guys working the front desk (I believe there was a...More
This hotel has a good location by the metro stop and is conveinently located by a supermarket, restaurants, and Rue Cler shops. The staff was friendly and helpful. However, the rooms were quite small - smaller than other European rooms I've stayed in. Also the...More
With the Eiffel Tower at its core, the Invalides area of Paris is guaranteed to impress. Golden towers and Baron Haussmann's urban vision meet military precision, stretching avenues, and luscious lawns. The area boasts the Musée D’Orsay, the tomb of Napoleon, the National Parliament and UNESCO, as well as luxurious, exclusive residences. In fine restaurants and at the weekend markets, families, diplomats, and
politicians brush shoulders with the tourists who come to see this postcard-perfect area for themselves.