Grand Hotel Malher

5 Rue Malher, 4th Arr., Paris, 75004, France

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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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Good For Couples
  • Families50
  • Couples85
  • Solo80
  • Business76
  • Nice hotel very well located in the historic Paris

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    Between "Ile Saint Louis", "Place de Vosges", not far from "Notre Dame de Paris", near "Bastille and the new Opera",
    Price is low regarding the location and the quality of reception.

    Unique Quality: Reception and rooms have totaly renoved

    Directions: Center of Paris: the HISTORIC center

  • sarahNI's Profile Photo

    Lovely Hotel

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    Before going, I wasn't sure what to expect as there weren't many detailed reviews of this hotel.
    When we got there though, we were really pleased.

    The hotel is elegant and the staff are courteous and polite.

    The rooms vary in size, ours was a double, with a wardrobe and a writing desk. We had an en-suite with a power-shower, though rooms with baths were available too.

    Breakfast was not included, it was €8 extra each. However, it was served in an interesting room with a vaulted ceiling in the basement, and you got coffee, orange juice, croissents, pain au chocolate and half a french loaf each.

    The rooms were clean, with double glazing, so any noise outside went unnoticed and the the sheets and towels were changed every day.

    I think the rooms were €110 per night,.

    Unique Quality: The website for this hotel is simply terrible, so don't judge by that.
    The photos of the bedrooms don't actually do the one we had justice, it was much nicer.

    Directions: Take the metro to Saint Paul.
    When you get to the top of the escalators, turn back on yourself and walk down the street about 100 yrds to rue Malher. Theres a camera /photo developing shop on the corner.

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    Another good find in the Marais

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    A beautiful hotel in a very central spot. Years ago, it was more of a budget hotel, but since renovations took place, the prices have risen.

    Still, in a city where lodging can get pricey, this is still a pretty good deal on a quiet street.

    Make sure you request a room facing rue Malher (with a small balcony).

    Directions: Metro: St-Paul, between Rue St-Antoine and Rue du Roi de Sicilie in the 4th arrondissment.

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Another good find in the Marais

by jglsongs about Grand Hotel Malher

A beautiful hotel in a very central spot. Years ago, it was more of a budget hotel, but since renovations took place, the prices have risen.

Still, in a city where lodging can get pricey, this is still a pretty good deal on a quiet street.

Make sure you request a room facing rue Malher (with a small balcony).

Lovely Hotel

by sarahNI about Grand Hotel Malher

Before going, I wasn't sure what to expect as there weren't many detailed reviews of this hotel.
When we got there though, we were really pleased.

The hotel is elegant and the staff are courteous and polite.

The rooms vary in size, ours was a double, with a wardrobe and a writing desk. We had an en-suite with a power-shower, though rooms with baths were available too.

Breakfast was not included, it was €8 extra each. However, it was served in an interesting room with a vaulted ceiling in the basement, and you got coffee, orange juice, croissents, pain au chocolate and half a french loaf each.

The rooms were clean, with double glazing, so any noise outside went unnoticed and the the sheets and towels were changed every day.

I think the rooms were €110 per night,. The website for this hotel is simply terrible, so don't judge by that.
The photos of the bedrooms don't actually do the one we had justice, it was much nicer.

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In all its glory.....In all its glory.....

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grand hotel malher

by rlgreen

I am coming to Paris for two nights next week and am looking for an inexpensive (two star?) hotel in le marais but I'm finding that many that are mentioned on VT are booked. Does anyone have info on the Grand Hotel Malheur?

Also is the 9th district a safe area at night? thanks for the advice

RE: grand hotel malher

by Intrepidnyc

Bon Jour. I spent last weekend in Paris, and stayed in the marais. Couldn't tell you about the Grand Hotel Malher, but I was pleased with my hotel. I stayed at the Hotel de Vieux Marais. It was a 2 star, centrally located, clean, with a friendly staff. Not fancy by any means, and the room was tiny. But I was very comfortable, and happy with the hot water pressure (which is a dealbreaker for me). They even had bulldog (named Lilou) sleepily greeting everyone in the lobby. Take a look at www.viewxmarais.com. Enjoy!

RE: RE: grand hotel malher

by Intrepidnyc

Correction: the web address is http://www.vieuxmarais.com/
Cheers!

RE: RE: grand hotel malher

by CALSF

Intrepidnyc, I'm glad you clarified the name of the hotel you stayed at. There is a Hotel du Vieux Paris in the 6th district. The rates at this hotel are astronomical in comparison to the Hotel du Vieux Marais'.

RE: grand hotel malher

by meheu

Try the Hotel du Marais, http://www.paris-hotel-marais.com/ a nice 2 stars hotel located in the middle of Marais Area. It is a nice and clean hotel with goos prices. The man at the reception is a really nice person. rooms are quite confortable.
It is a great hotel

RE: RE: grand hotel malher

by raphaellecrevet

Don't call it the Grand Hotel Malheur, it means bad luck in French :(
Never stayed at the hotel but the location is really great!!

Travel Tips for Paris

VT/ET statistics

by Nemorino

In the summer of 2006 I initiated a forum thread called One thousand one hundred and seventy-eight, which was the number of Eiffel Tower tips in VirtualTourist at that time.

My question in that thread was: "The Eiffel Tower in Paris currently has 1,178 tips here on VirtualTourist, in seven different categories. Is there any other single attraction on VT which has more tips than that?"

It took a while for everyone to understand that I was talking about tips on VirtualTourist, not hits on a search engine, but after we got that straightened out the consensus was that the Eiffel Tower does indeed have more tips than any other single attraction in the world. "A French victory!!" as pieter_jan_v commented.

Every year since then I have done a re-count at the beginning of September. If for some reason you want to see the figures for the years 2006-2010, you can find them in my travelogue called "The Eiffel Tower now has 1,380 tips here on VT -- up seventeen from last year."

As in previous years, the figures for 2010 include tips from seven different categories. There are currently 1,036 Things to Do tips about the Eiffel Tower (including one of mine, believe it or not), 26 Nightlife tips, 59 Tourist Trap tips, 16 Warning/Danger tips, 226 General tips, 5 Local Customs tips (including this one) and even 12 Off the Beaten Path tips for those who like to think they can avoid the crowds by going to the Eiffel Tower.

By the way, these figures do not include the 24 reviews (mostly negative) of the restaurant Altitude 95, which is in the Eiffel Tower. This restaurant is now under new management and has been re-named 58 Tour Eiffel. The old name referred to its altitude, 95 meters above sea level, and the new name also refers to its altitude, 58 meters above ground level. (So it hasn't suddenly dropped thirty-seven meters, in case you were worried.)

Window Shopping

by CALSF

Paris is a fantastic city to indulge in window shopping or in French, leche vitrine. Leche vitrine means licking the window. Of course, you are not to take that term literally. But with all the absolutely nice items that are displayed in the windows you may feel like licking the windows as the everything looks so delicious.

One nice window shopping street is along the rue St. Honore in the 8th district. There are many designer stores along this street. Other haute couture shopping streets are on the Ave. Montaigne and the Place Vendome.

For nice winow displays of antiques head to the St. Germain district. Any of the small streets contain many nice displays. One pretty street to explore is the rue Jacob.

Go for a balade!

by skywalkerbeth

when in Paris, walk as much as you possibly can. You will miss out on so much if you take the easy way out - the Metro. you will be delighted by what you see, be it murals and other artwork, flowers, flowers and flowers, great architecture, a random cat sunning himself here and there, or youngsters out for a roller-skate.

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Address: 5 Rue Malher, 4th Arr., Paris, 75004, France