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Note: At this hotel guests 12 and under are considered children. Please adjust the number of adults and children as needed.
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Family Plan Policy

Children who are 12 or younger sleep for free in the existing bedding of a room shared with a paying adult. Rollaways, child rollaways and cribs may incur extra charges.

Age Requirement Policy

Guests must be 18 years or older with photo identification to reserve a room.

Le Méridien Etoile

  • 81 Boulevard Gouvion Saint-Cyr,
  • 75848 Cedex 17
  • Paris,
  • 75017
  • France
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 559 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Accomodation quality average Hotel rooms are small and generally it is very noisy (street noise, other guest rooms). The SPG standards are not met for SPG members (simple things like no complimentary water in room). March 5, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Express checkout - Poor experience I have been staying in this hotel many times in the past 5 years. Overall a decent Meridien, conveniently placed in NW Paris and fine for business purposes. The main concern is that every single time I ask for the express checkout, the hotel does not send the invoice by email as requested. Therefore I need to chase them and lose time every single stay. Such a poor experience: express checkout and endless invoice hunt. Have collected excuse emails multiple times... they really don't care about providing proper service. February 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Met all expectations! The location was great. The Sunday Jazz Brunch was exceptional. The hotel made my trip!! June 11, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Rooms do not fulfill Le Meridien standards Rooms do not fulfill Le Meridien standards April 30, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Needs improvement Room service 'nipped in' whilst I was having breakfast (approx 8.00am) - with no prior warning. My wallet and laptop were not hidden, as I was leaving the hotel immediately after breakfast. Nothing stolen to my knowledge, but I was very unhappy about about this. Not only that, but they made a poor job of tidying the room. No tea or coffee making facilities in the room - had to pay 5 Euros for a coffee in the bar. Lights all went out in the evening and had to wait for a member of staff to come up to reset them. Room geenrally too warm - thermostat control didn't seem to respond. Bar restaurant menu not very good value and very limited selection. 'Chef's choice' wasn't available at 8.15pm. March 4, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by no value for high charges simple too expensive and bad rooms January 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb location I don't think this hotel can be beaten for location in Paris. It's the first stop on AirFrance Bus Line 2 from CDG, its virtually above the Metro line 1 - La Defence/Arc de Triomphe/Champs Elysee/Concorde/Louvre/Le Marais/Bastille or RER direct to Musee d'Orsay/Eiffel Tour all without changing lines. You can also easily walk from the hotel to Arc and down Champs Elysee. Only gripe is the small size of the rooms - but this is true of every brand and type of hotel in Paris, they are all over-priced/m2. Staff are helpful, food and drink is good, shop well stocked, easy eating (great seafood nearby). January 21, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Nothing Great We had high hopes for this hotel. Who doesn't love paris, and who wouldn't want a special time here? As a platinum guest, we used our upgrade credit for this hotel. It was a waste. The rooms here are beyond small as it is, and the junior suite literally adds a closet sized room to your main room. The beds are not your typical Le Meridien Beds, they are hard and you could tell worn/dated One of my pet peeves about SPG hotels is when they dont do anything about your 4pm checkout request. Happened here, they didn't mark it down on my account or access cards. Had to wait 30 minutes at the front desk to get new cards made. They had one person checking people in. Needless to say, a nice waste of time. Be cautious about the doorman, they tried to con us into taking a cab that wanted to charge us 5 times what a normal cab costs. So you should definitely deal with the cabs without their help. It will save you money, and there are plenty. Last but not least, we had the DND on the doors, and housekeeping repeatedly ignored, and cleaned our room even when we explicitly said not to. Be cautious with your valuables! In sum, this hotel did not live up to our expectations. If you want poor service, in an ok location, with rooms that are barely big enough for the bed... then this is your place to stay. March 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hotel staff is very friendly Great service, they have done the best they could. Good for business travelers. Great location with lots restaurants too. Streakhouse is just so-so. The waitress is very rude. March 3, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by STARWOOD SHOULD BE ASHAMED TO PUT THIS HOTEL IN ITS COLLECTION My husband surprised me with a trip to Paris (I thought we were going to Chicago when at the airport he informed me we were on our way to Paris, France for my Birthday December 31) I had not been to Paris in 10 years and my husband had never been. I was so excited I would have the opportunity to show him such a beautiful city. We arrived in Paris the morning of December 29, 2012, we took the Les Cars/AirFrance coach which stopped right in front of our Hotel Le Meridien Etoile. We arrived to registration to find NO ONE manning the GOLD DESK. We waited in line a young women called my husband up and checked us in. We were assigned a room on the third floor ( we assumed a prefered level room) as we got off the elevator we noticed that the carpet was very soiled and worn. I said to my husband I hope this is not an indication of what our room will be like. We arrived to our room and I was right soiled carpet tattered drapes and disfunctional furniture. I know it was the weekend before New Years 2013 however as a Starwood Gold member we expected better. I have to say the Staff was excellent calling us after every request to make sure it was foefilled. This property is very big, it is more of a conference hotel than a luxury property. Shame on you Starwood for allowing a Prefered Guest to be subjected to such conditions. January 10, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Getting tired I have stayed here on business for at least five weeks over the previous four years. This year was a little different. Last year I was in a room that overlooked the street behind the hotel. Woken up most nights by drunks exiting a local club. This year I was facing one of the inner courtyards, not pretty but fairly quiet. My room (4th floor) was tired with peeling wallpaper in the bathroom. It needs a second door between the sleeping area and the corridor. You can hear everything that is happening in the hall and the bathrooms above. Not expensive but would be a big improvement. The massive plus for this room is the ability to open the window, that simple thing makes or breaks a stay. I was very unhappy that my 'Do not disturb' sign was ignored by the maid and her manager. After I complained the sign was observed. No sleep timer on the TV, TV menu system is tedious. As usual for a 'quality' hotel the internet and Mini-Bar charges are ludicrous. Breakfast was a shambles. 15 minute queues just to get in each morning. Asking the chef for porridge I was told to order it at my table, I did that and was told it wasn't available. The closest thing to a healthy start was Granola, sugar coated and unhealthy. Fruit selection and quality was good. Bircher museli very conspicuous by its absence. It's a strange lobby, full of people in need of a drink but unwilling to pay the prices in the Jazz Bar. Nearest place for a reasonably priced drink is nowhere in this hotel. May 30, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Awkward and mundane, subpar location First, do not be misled by the hotel name... Le Meridien Etoile is nowhere near Place de l'Etoile and the Champs Elysees, rather it is located 2 subway stops away in the much less charming area of Porte de Neuilly. The hotel faces a large mall/conference center and its common areas are not those of a 4* hotel. There is no business center as such, only computers in the middle of the halls, which can be very noisy, especially as cleaning staff may hoover right under your feet. Do not plan on going to the gym on a Sunday after 4pm, as the hotel has an agreement with an external provider (Club Med Gym) that closes at 4pm. Having tested the external gym the following morning, I can say it probably had better facilities than an average hotel fitness center, however it was packed with rich cougars with pounds of make up and ridiculously skimpy clothes. I honestly felt I was on the set of some sort of strange comedy of errors and one of the "ladies" walking on the treadmill next to me just wouldn't stop staring... needless to say I had to cut my workout short. A platinum upgrade resulted in a decent room, albeit facing the internal courtyard and lacking coffee making facilities in the room. Staff was helpful in helping me recharge my iPhone, however I overheard some rather unhelpful advice being given to other guests. When a couple asked for restaurant recommendations, the concierge merely replied "There are a lot of restaurants in the Latin Quarter", the couple looked rightly unsatisfied. I will not be back. September 6, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good place to stay in Paris The hotel is in a very good location in Paris. The rooms I have been given recently had all been renovated nicely. The staff is quite friendly and does its best to provide a personalized service, which is a challenging task as the place is always very very busy. However: Le Meridien is victim of its success and at times it looks as though the mass tourism beast is rolling over and smashing everything. Gone are the times where one could find shelter in a nice lounge which has been eliminated a few years ago (why?). Forget breakfast - unless you want to stand in line like at a canteen. March 19, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Airport Terminal If you are looking for a hotel that makes you feel you are in a busy airport terminal, with people rushing about and the staff in general similar to a busy check-in desk, then this is the place for you. After a lengthy queue at check-in (grossly under staffed, was welcomed by a check-in lady who wrongly informed about my booking, even when I showed her the written confirmation, she still insisted that it was wrong! The she said there wasn't a room available for a few hours, followed by informing me I had been upgraded to an executive room. When I informed her that it wasn't an upgrade, as I had actually booked an executive room, she said that normally people book classic rooms, hence she just said that automatically! I asked to speak with the duty manager, nothing was immediately forthcoming, eventually after a further 30 minutes a room suddenly materialized. The rooms are located off long bending corridors and the carpets are old and grubby. The feeling you get is of being on a ship. Whats really strange is as you leave the lifts you are greeted by large white sofa beds in the hallway, strange place to leave sofa beds? The rooms on first impression seem modern, but on closer inspection, you realize that who ever designed them, didn't have to sleep in them. You couldn't turn all the lights out from the bed, then bathroom was flooded when you showered. The sound proofing is appalling, both from bathroom to bedroom and from the other rooms, someone was practicing a musical instrument for hours and it felt like they were in our room. I reported a number of things that were broken in the room om the first day of my stay at the reception, the lady wrote them down, yet nothing was fixed when we returned 14 hours later. Like I said the hotel is an airport terminal and has no soul or character and is way over priced both for the room and all the services it offers. The only good thing is the metro is within 75m. July 2, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great location, but would find another place to stay next time My husband and I have been SPG members for many years. As such, we chose the Le Meridien based on our membership. The location is great (a 10 minute walk to the Arc de Triomphe and right off the Port Maillot station). During the day, this area is bustling, but at night, it is completely empty. The hotel is massive, so there were constantly huge business groups there and too many things going on at once. The hotel and the room were far too modern for my taste- it felt more like the W - I'm more of a Westin person myself. Our room - what an experience that was. The bathroom door is a sliding door - which provided next to no privacy if you're staying with someone you don't want to be too "familiar" with. To boot, it didn't run properly on the tracks, so my husband had to help me open and close it. (This was reported and fixed, but it was still a struggle even then.) The shower - oh, the fabulous window pane they expect to keep all the water in - after every shower, I found myself stepping in soggy towels and blowdrying the floor because you can't keep in that water in the shower. It all spills over. The place to put your soap was broken (the maid so graciously simply placed the broken piece on the shower for us, but never attempted to fix it), so I had to keep my soap and shampoo on the sink and reach over for it as needed. The shower window - which can be seen from the bedroom - thin enough to see a shadow from the bed into the shower - yes - so, if you don't want someone to see your shadow showering, pick a different location. That was awkward - reminded me of a motel by the hour feature, not that of a high-end hotel. Next, I requested a bottle opener and offered pick it up downstairs. They stated I could not go pick it up and someone would send it up. I waited ten minutes. Twenty minutes. Thirty minutes. It would have been quicker to run to the corner market and buy one. On the other hand, I did request new soap the following day and that was up within ten minutes. I'm trying to be fair. Oh! And the Green Global Initiative - the program where you get points for not having your room serviced - we only got 1,000 points for a 4 night stay. Our hotels in two other European cities gave us between 1,000 and 1,500 points on 3-night-stays. So, we felt kind of cheated. The construction. We were in an area with construction or renovations going on - not quite sure which - what a nightmare. We couldn't sleep. And lastly, the internet. When we checked in, we were told that because we were in a suite, the internet was complimentary. So, my husband and I went to log on. It offered three different pricing options, so we called the gentleman who checked us in to confirm what he said. He stated to pick any option and it would be removed from our bill upon check-out. Still wanting to make sure, we decided to wait until the following morning to confirm with another Guest Services representative regarding the complimentary internet. We walked downstairs the next morning and asked another woman to confirm that. Once again, we were told that internet was complimentary and that the charges would be removed at the end. So, upon check-out, we are told that only "one hour a day" was complimentary and we were responsible for the rest. To their credit, they removed the additional charges without much hassle and the manager followed up with us regarding our negative experience. Overall, I wouldn't completely rule out the Le Meridien as a recommendation for others, but even as an SPG member, I would likely find somewhere else to stay next time. September 30, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not a 4 star Is this a business hotel or family hotel? To me, it's neither. No Club Lounge. Internet is VERY slow. Work desk is tiny. I've been here three days. Notepad had three pages. I used all three the first day and have not seen replacement. Family hotel? No way! No pool. Room is geared for one person. One robe and slipper only. Took forever to check in. I was told that I was in one king and one double. Fine. I asked for n upgrade with the same. As Platinum, I expected and got upgrades everywhere I've been. I was given an upgrade to "Executive" room. Ended up with two kings. I traveled with my family. Usually two rooms with one king and one double. Too tired to try to go back. Judging from the amount of time it took, forget going back. When I got in the room, I looked for some water. One room had free water but the other did not. I called Guest Services and told them no water in my room. She told that it was because I had "Do Not Disturb" sign all day. I told her, I just checked in! She said that's why. WHAT?!?They did not fully prepare the room? Why give me an unprepared room? I waited 20 minutes to be checked in to find I got a room that was unprepared? As Platinum, I received an email from Concierge. She asked what I wanted before arriving. I asked for mini bar to be emptied and lots of extra pillows. Since I got an "upgrade" I expected the mini bar to be still in the room. Very quick to take things away. However, three days later, I'm still waiting for extra pillows. No coffee service in room. No electric kettle to boil water. No tea. They give you a voucher to get one cup of coffee per person per day. But only from 10:30 to 6. Whether I'm on business or holiday, I'm usually out before 9 and back after 7. I would think most people are. What good is the voucher at the listed times? Since the hotel don't want to give you coffee probably to save pennies, offering the voucher at the listed times allows them to say they offer coffee without ever having to actually giving you any! Bathroom amenities are sparse. Even that was difficult. Three days straight now, I had to ask for cotton pads and ear buds. Every day, housekeeping threw in the shampoo and stuff. All other hotels I've been, housekeeping neatly arranged the amenities. Not here. Looks like Housekeeping threw them in as an after thought. Will I come back to this hotel again? Not on your life! After spending the last 7 years traveling in Asia, this hotel can learn a lot about service by going to ANY hotel in Asia. I had heard that service in Europe was the standard to measure by. NOT IN THIS HOTEL! June 13, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by I stay here lots... but this last stay was not the best They are updating their rooms, so this might be temporary. The room I was in had a smoky smell to it. I was only there for one night and I was dead tired so didn't want to go through the hassle of going back downstairs and re-assigning. I knew the hotel was pretty sold out. As a Platinum, they normally upgrade... and they said upon checkin that I had been put into one of their larger "deluxe" rooms (normally, my upgrades put me into an Urban room). I did check availability after I got to my room and saw indeed that there were Urban rooms available, at least on the reservation system for that night - note, I checked into the hotel after 8 pm, so I highly doubt they were going to have last minute people come into the hotel to book a €369+ room. Normally they block out the room they are going to "upgrade you to" and prepare the typical Platinum amenities... last time I was there (earlier this week) that amenity was a nice little box of chocolates and as always, a bottle of water. Nothing was made available in the room. On check-out I mentioned this and they said I should have had the amenities in place and perhaps I had checked in early. As I said, I checked in after 8 pm. If anything was going to be done to the room, it should have been done long before I checked in. As I said, I was tired, and I was not going to wait for them to bring anything to me as that service has traditionally been slow (in the past, it has taken on average over 15-20 minutes any time I called for something... so it really takes a disaster for me to call down for anything... and this includes room service. The past times I ordered something, the food arrived tepid/warm). Breakfast there is traditionally good... my two observations are: 1) they NEVER make enough pain au chocolat. Breakfast is until 10 am... and I usually have breakfast between 8:30 and 9 am. I willliterally go forst to the pastry bin and can sometimes grab the last one or two of these pastries. I suggest if you want one, go to breakfast early or don't expect to find any. 2) they seldom re-set the middle tables closer to the buffet. Consequently, unless you're an early riser, you'll have to sit farther away from the buffet as all the close tables have been used and not re-set but lie empty/cleared. This is based upon my stays there. Generally the rooms are well-tended and nice. They are going through internal renovations, but the room I stayed in (9053) did not reflect the standard that should be in place for the rate being charged. June 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Vacation Stat Stayed here for a few days with my family as we toured France. The hotel was very clean and in a great location within walking distance from many popular tourist destinations. The staff was very attentive. I would definitely recommend this hotel. January 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by This hotel is beautifully decorated and is in a great location. We really enjoyed our stay at this wonderful hotel. It was so conveniently located right across the street from the Metro and also the Air France Les Cars Shuttle from the airport. The front desk staff and the concierge were so friendly and helpful to us. The rooms were cleaned and restocked everyday to perfection. We went to the Jazz Bar one night and were pleasantly surprised with a band from Baton Rouge Louisiana that were great! The rooms were really quiet which was surprising due to the size of the hotel. We will definitely stay here again if we are in Paris. June 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great hotel in great central location My daughter and I stayed at this hotel recently and had a very nice experience. It's conveniently located at the top end of the Champs Elysees, close to the metro and slightly removed from the largest portion of pedestrian traffic. It is modern, clean, well equipped, and we especially appreciated free internet access (computers) as we both left our lap-tops at home. The staff is friendly and helpful; all speak english, and we enjoyed a free cafe au lait every morning before heading off to explore the beautiful city. One other convenience is a very good market in the building just across the street and downstairs. We cut down on food costs by doing a little grocery shopping and picnicing in the lovely parks around the city. April 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb Location and SPG Recognition I've stayed at this hotel 3 times, twice for the Paris marathon and once this week. Great location. Paris is an incredibly beautiful walking city. The hotel is a nice saunter to the Champs-Élysées and the bus direct to the airport stops right in front. Great SPG recognition. I contacted them expressing my desire and got a fast reply and an upgrade to a very spacious suite. The concierge is especially attentive to requests and very informative. We'll be back for sure. On one trip Eurail tickets were delayed and he bent over backwards to resolve the matter. August 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bed issue I booked a room for 1 night for business purpose. Hotel Le Meridien was full that night. I was given a very nice room, clean and well refurbished bur unfortunaly, it was not a proper bed.... It was a sofa bed, not confortable to my standards. I went to reception to be allocated another room. Unfortunately, the hotel was full. I was proposed a smoking room, which is even worse than a sofa bed room. I declined, called a friend, had a drink at the bar with him and left the hotel to sleep at my friend's place. Reception staff were great and tried to be really helpful. Just before leaving, a good room was available, so they offered this option to me. But as they did not find a proper solution earlier in the evening, it was too late. I had already called my friend. All in all, for 220€ a night, your company should NOT have sofa beds in its premises. February 21, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by could have been a lot better We were on our honeymoon and were disappointed with the hotel. Didn't like the location. Too far away from sites if you are a tourist. When checking in, we were not told what to do about the vouchers for foregoing housekeeping. Also, we had our do not disturb sign on the door and housekeeping entered anyway, leaving us a note that they serviced the room, which they did not. I expected the hotel to acknowledge our honeymoon but they did not. It was also too expensive for what it is. Having to pay for internet is rediculous. We would not stay there again. May 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazone stay, great location I truly enjoyed my stay and was thoroughly impressed by the attentiveness of the staff. Great location in upscale Paris. Great surroundings for tourists. January 5, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Only book this hotel if others are full We stayed for 3 nights in October and were greeted in our room by a dirty cleaners cloth. The suite we stayed in had no double glazing and the beeping of cars on the street below throughout the Saturday into Sunday night lead to very disrupted sleep. On check out they tried to charge me for internet access which was included in my room rate and for the third night of a 'buy 2 get 1 free' promotional offer that I'd paid for on advance. I expect better. You get a free bottle of water on your first night but this is not refreshed daily. Breakfast is ridiculously expensive - try one of the local cafés for 25% of the price. Hotel is however very conveniently located for all the main attractions, has an excellent Jazz club and gives you free coffee each day in the cafe. October 24, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by too much noise i've stayed at this hotel probably 15x. something has happened to the neighboorhood or the clientele. the main boulevard in front was ridiculously loud until 3 to 4AM. and the traffic now is a complete mess. i would normally say not the hotel's fault except they seem to be catering to "bus package deals" where the autobus drops 30 people off. and thus blocks the SINGLE lane traffic on front. causing everyone to honk. i will not be staying here again unless the finish the sound proofing and they stop catering to the package cheap tourist crowd. June 4, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by This hotel has a good location Hotel has a good location but the room was very tired and the paint work and wallpaper had a number of scuff marks. Bathroom has black mould around the bottom of the shower. Hotel is undertaking some renovating and you can hear drilling quite early in the morning We were not warned about the renovation before our stay as the confirmation said this would not start until August and would of effected us booking this hotel. Recommend that you don't book until after September when renovation work is complete. The hotel staff are very attentive. April 4, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Convenient location, but worn out Location is convenient to metro and RER. Bathrooms need urgent renovation. January 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by This hotel is. Horrible This is not a hotel worth staying at... Staff tries but fails. The place feels like a train station, or airport terminal... I went for breakfast, and they had already cleared the buffet, even though they charged 30 EUR , I complained and they refunded, but nevertheless, I still didn't get a decent breakfast. Starwood should send someone to stay there for a week, icognito, and they will understand what I mean. The likely outcome is that they tear the thing down, and build something new. October 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Relacing The room was great was able to kick back and relax December 30, 2013
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