The Pavillon Villiers Etoile enjoys an enviable location between the Champs Elysées and Montmartre, right next to the historic Square des Batignolles, the largest green space in Paris' 17th arrondissement.
All of the 55 soundproof rooms in the Pavillon Villiers Etoile are furnished with high quality bedding and equipped with modern amenities including a laundry service, a minibar and Pay TV. Complimentary wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel and this family friendly establishment will happily arrange for a baby cot upon request. The homey downstairs bar is a popular meeting spot and the hotel's inner courtyard terrace is the perfect place to enjoy a coffee or a cocktail. An airport shuttle is available for an additional fee and the hotel offers a concierge service and room service.
Attractions in the vicinity
In the shadow of the Théâtre Hébertot, the Batignolles district, in which the hotel is located, retains a distinctive village atmosphere and is characterized by its fine selection of restaurants which include the Bistrot des Dames, la Gaieté Cosaque, l'Agapé, le Rech and les Puces des Batignolles. The Palais des Congrès and the Champs-Elysées, Paris' most iconic and fashionable avenue, are within walking distance of the hotel and the nearby metro station, Villiers, offers easy access to the city's major tourist attractions.
Location is great,also price was reasonable. Hotel stuff was friendly and room was clean
The only positive feature of this hotel is its location. The subway station is literally around the corner (Villiers / line 2).
Supposedly the room I reserved for my cousin and I was a double-twin. Two, tiny twin beds were joined together and we still could not open the closet and bathroom doors. It felt very cramped. They never replaced the wet used towels, and instead of leaving two fresh bath towels, we only got one. A tiny single portion (sample sizes) of a shower gel and a shampoo were supplied, never replenished. Even though I paid my reservation in full online, when checking out we were charged a city tax, for two nights £4.80.
the staff was very nice and friendly. We got there on Friday and on Saturday morning the electricity went out is was kind of scary on the first day there but when we went to the lobby they told us they were working on it but with the strike they did not know when the electrician was going to get there. They gave us coffee and croasant, we went back to sleep and the problem was fixed within 2 hours
the carpet in the room was dirty and they did not dust the desk yet the bathroom was clean (thank God!)
Staff was very friendly and helpful. Thanks.
Hotel rooms were too small. Beds were made of sofas. Not comfortable indeed. The room and the bathroom was so small you could not move in the room. You can only sleep and that is not in a very comfortable sofa-bed something.
5 min walk to Villiers metro station line2
Rooms were a bit small, (I dont know other hotels in Paris)
poor service, unable to propose one day laundry service.
our room at the hotel was very small for a couple & an infant; they moved us to an apartment in another hotel of the same chain. the apt was spacious. the hotel staff were very helpful