Hotel Therese

5-7 Rue therese, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75001, France
(3 star hotel)
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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Big Hotel wrapped in a small package

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 23, 2007

From the moment we contacted Hotel Therese, we were treated with the utmost hospitality. This was Max and my first trip to Paris and we couldn't have asked for a better place to stay. Our room was quite small, but organized well enough and had everything we could ask for, including a little mini balcony overlooking a garden in between the buildings. The snacks in the minibar were perfect and they had a midnight snack of ham sandwich and pickles which were to die for. The beds were comfy, and the temperature just right. We were there around Christmas time. The hotel was so homey and cool at the same time. We enjoyed every minute of our trip to Paris and staying at Hotel Therese definitely gave us a superb foundation. We took a bus into the city from the airport to l'opera and walked from there to the Hotel. It was so easy to find, yet tucked away on a not so busy street. The area that the hotel is located in has tons of Japanese restaurants which really made us feel at home since we lived in Japan for several years. The train station was super close as were the Louvre, and tons of other sights. I guess what I really admire the most is that the hotel is in a small old building, and there isn't anything you can do about it except make the most of it, which I strongly believe they did. I appreciated staying in a place that has so much history and is so old. It made me feel comfortable. If you are looking for big and modern, Paris probably isn't the best city to visit. Especially around the Louvre area. If you do like old and cozy and interesting, please stay here, you won't be disappointed. One last quick note. The price is very reasonable, worth the money paid, which helped us enjoy it without making us feel like we paid an arm and a leg like we have in the past at some other big chain 5 star hotels. Thank you for reading my review. Hope it helps.

Unique Quality: The midnight snack and the 24 hour bar in the lobby made this hotel feel like home. The location is unmatched, located within 10 minutes walk of the Louvre, the grand opera, pone neuf, train station, everything!

Directions: Located just north of the Louvre.

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1st arrondissement Hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 24, 2005

This hotel has a great location and it is located on a quiet little side street. The rooms are small, but you are not in Paris to stay in your hotel room, non? The shower was fantastic!

Unique Quality: Very quaint and it lends to an authentic Parisian experience.

Directions: Whether you want to visit museums or to shop you will be happy: The Louvre, the Palais Royal, The Comédie Française, the Opéra , rue Saint Honoré, the major department stores, Place Vendôme, are all within walking distance.

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Small boutique hotel in a great location!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 25, 2002

Hotel Therese is housed in an 18th century building in the heart of Paris (in the 1st Arrondisement near the Louvre and the Opera). Its 43 rooms have just been totally renovated in a classic contemporary and very chic style. The linens and pillow are top of the line and they have L'Occitene amenities in the bathrooms.

Rue Thérèse is part of French history: it takes its name from Marie Thérèse of Spain who became the wife of King Louis XIV. Before that time it was called “Fortune street” due to the presence of numerous gambling places in the area. 17th and 18th century mansions with their beautiful free stone frontages reflect the architectural treasures of the area.

Unique Quality: Every room has a private safe (I know because I had to have the front desk staff help me open it when I forgot my combination), International TV channels, wi-fi access and either new bath or new shower. The rooms are decorated in vanilla/chocolate, light green absinthe or variegated canvas colors.

Continental breakfast is served in the lower lobby which is vaulted like a wine cellar. The cost is 13 € ($18 US). They also offer shuttle service to/from the airport.

The rates for Paris are quite reasonable:
Classic single or double with shower 145 € ($200 US)
Tradition double or twin 175 € ($240 US)
Deluxe double or twin 235 € ($325 US)
Club 280 € ($385 US)

Directions: On a quiet street, a few minutes walk from the Louvre Museum, The Palais Royal gardens, The Opera, the department stores Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps, and the famous Rue St. Honore.

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Address: 5-7 Rue therese, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75001, France

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  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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