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Spent a long weekend in Paris with my sons, so we stayed in a triple room. The couch was not a pullout as expected but was basically a single but it was fine. Great bathroom and decent sized room for Europe. Just a few blocks...More
We were on the 5th floor - Room 52 - well appointed room - although on some occasions in the evening there was a strong smell of cigarette smoke.
Staff at reception very helpful as were our breakfast staff - very polite and helpful -...More
In the heart of the Champs Ellysees neighborhood but 2 blocks away from it which if very good because you are not in the center of the noise and the crowd. The hotel is a wonderful 4 stars. This was our third time here. Once...More
Response from FRONTENACParis, Directeur général at Hotel Franklin D. RooseveltResponded October 30, 2015
You’ve said so many nice things, but the most satisfying comment in your thoughtful posting on TripAdvisor, was the notion of feeling as if you were returning home when staying with us for the third time! Thank you for your loyaulty.
We very like the hotel Frankiln Roosevelt when we stayed in Paris last month. The location is just perfect two steps away from Champs Elyssee and avenue Montaigne. It is pleasant if you want to make some shopping . Room is great and large with...More
Small ,classy ,conveniently located to the The Champs Elysess (sic) and not far from The Louvre , this is thoroughly recommended. Helpful and professional exception staff. The decor was tastefully done and had areas where one could read or catch up on correspondence in privacy....More
This area is characterized by its namesake avenue which extends northwest from the Louvre to the modern business district, punctuated by the iconic Arc de Triomphe. Grand embassies stand among impressive offices and presidential palaces; architecture from 19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron Haussmann flank haute-couture boutiques. This
neighborhood never rests, buzzing with visitors from around the world at all times of day and night, all within a stone's throw of the Seine.
Response from FRONTENACParis | Property representative |
Bonjour Allen & Janice,
We are glad to know that wed will welcome you soon. Has confirmed in the previous replies there is a hair dryer in our rooms. The best way is of course to take the taxi from the airport to our hotel... More
Bonjour Allen & Janice,
We are glad to know that wed will welcome you soon. Has confirmed in the previous replies there is a hair dryer in our rooms. The best way is of course to take the taxi from the airport to our hotel, we can assist you for booking one. By train, take RER B from the Airport and change for RER C at Saint Michel Notre Dame station and stop at Pont de l'Alma. You will arrive few steps from the hotel. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information for other alternatives.
Guest Relation Manager