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MessagePosté le: Mer 8 Juin - 21:47 (2011)    Sujet du message: Le livre d'or de l'hôtel... Répondre en citant

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Pas trop mécontents les clients...

En bas sur la page de gauche c'est Roland Agret, il finit à droite, Et puis il se tourne, le grand Roland et il dit : je vous ai fait une déclaration d'Amour...

C'était vrai !

Et la formidable Marie-Jo, sa femme, met son petit mot à côté, toute discrète, tellement charmante...

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MessagePosté le: Jeu 14 Juil - 21:52 (2011)    Sujet du message: Le livre d'or de l'hôtel... Répondre en citant

Le Lindbergh a la cote !

LA PREUVE

“A hotel of distinct charm and affability.”

We've stumbled on this hotel " by accident", and won the lottery. Located in one of Paris's most spectacular historical districts - the Saint Germain des Pres quarter, with the romantic lanes of the Luxembourg, the Notre Dame, and the immortal treasures of Musee Rodin and the Louvre in a 10 mins - half an hour ( at most) walk away. We were pleasantly suprised by its serene and captivating atomosphere, We immediately felt at home. Having visited Paris before, this was the first time when we thoroughly enjoyed the city, absorbed its vibe, living the experience to the full. We ascribe the success of our vacation to this wonderful hotel, where unlike, on previous occasions, we found the rare luxury of undisturbed all-night sleep. The staff was friendly and accomodative in a most sincere and touching way (and in Sophie's case - immaculately dressed, what as we all know, in Paris is the token of politeness).They did everything within their power to render our experience enjoyable, and we would certainly stay there again not singularily on one, but numerous occasions. The elevator, shower, television, e.t.c - all worked perfectly, our family room was spacious, bright and clean. Our teenage daughter who accompanied us on our trip ( mostly to visit her several Parisian friends), even returned to sleep at Lindbergh at 5 am in the morning, saying, " I planned a sleepover, but their ( typical Parisian) apartments are horrible! I want a good night's sleep." She also commented on the " intellectual profundity" of the young people she met " at the reception desk", so that's another plus. To put it short, this comfortable, affordable, and oustandingly located hotel, has left us with a beautiful impression, both in the emotional and physical sense of the term, and we've already recommended it to our friends. The only point on which we believe visitors might be dissapointed is that there's no breakfast included, unless payed for (10 euros). But considering the fact there's an impressive number of small restaurants around, grocery stores within a minute walk from the hotel in every thinkable direction, that should hardly pose a problem. Finally the Sevres Babylone Metro St. is just around the corner, although we hardly ever used it - nearly all of the attractions being in a walkable proximity. Sophie, Patrice, Manuela and the rest of the amazing team at Lindbergh - thanks SO MUCH for your hospitality, advice and smiles - until we meet again in Paris!



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