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Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile REVIEW - MASTER THREAD

Old Mar 14, 2024, 1:16 pm
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The king room is pretty common size for a base-level Paris hotel room, which means it's tight for a couple with luggage and would be super tight for 3 persons.

With three in a regular sized room, I'd definitely be looking to get into the lounge just to have a space to hang out away from the room!
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Old Mar 14, 2024, 3:48 pm
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The king room is tiny, so 2 adults and 1 child would be difficult and they may not even allow it.

The Club Lounge serves up a decent breakfast and a nice happy hours with unlimited wines along with simple food which could be dinner for 1 night if one wants to save money
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Old Mar 18, 2024, 6:58 pm
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Originally Posted by sapguy
The king room is tiny, so 2 adults and 1 child would be difficult and they may not even allow it.

The Club Lounge serves up a decent breakfast and a nice happy hours with unlimited wines along with simple food which could be dinner for 1 night if one wants to save money
Are the Twin rooms any bigger? The website is allowing me to book two adults and a 12 year old into the King or Twin, but there is a note on the reservation page that appears to contradict this:

“The hotel does not offer roll-away beds. Our rooms can accommodate two adults max, except for Regency Suite, Eiffel Tower Suite and Family rooms.”

So, am I just asking for trouble if I book anything below a Family room?
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Old Mar 18, 2024, 7:29 pm
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Originally Posted by jsnearline
.........“The hotel does not offer roll-away beds. Our rooms can accommodate two adults max, except for Regency Suite, Eiffel Tower Suite and Family rooms.”

So, am I just asking for trouble if I book anything below a Family room?
Yes. All rooms are the same tiny size except for Family Rooms and suites. Please do yourself a favor by booking 2 rooms or a suite.
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Old Mar 18, 2024, 9:26 pm
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Originally Posted by jsnearline
Are the Twin rooms any bigger? The website is allowing me to book two adults and a 12 year old into the King or Twin, but there is a note on the reservation page that appears to contradict this:

“The hotel does not offer roll-away beds. Our rooms can accommodate two adults max, except for Regency Suite, Eiffel Tower Suite and Family rooms.”

So, am I just asking for trouble if I book anything below a Family room?
Nope, all rooms are tiny, except for the aforementioned family rooms and suites
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Old Mar 27, 2024, 12:25 pm
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Originally Posted by Kacee
Yes. Mostly to the rear of the hotel, and it's a bit of a hassle to walk to the Metro. They're nearly done though. Already finished on the far side of Blvd. Pereire, and it's really nice.
Any updates on the construction? Seems like it should be done or nearly done? What's the best way to walk to/from the metro?
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Old Apr 2, 2024, 11:49 pm
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HR Etoil or Le Meridien Etoile?

Please help me choose. My upgrade just went though for a Junior Suite at LM. I also have a Regency Suite booked on points at Hyatt Regency Etoile. the Regency Suite is apparently two connecting rooms.
Anyone stay at both and have a strong preference?
I am traveling with my husband and two small kids so I need a room that can accommodate all 4 of us.
Thanks for any feedback!
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Old Apr 3, 2024, 2:11 am
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How many restrooms are there in the Regency Suite?
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Old Apr 3, 2024, 4:19 am
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Originally Posted by Traveler73
How many restrooms are there in the Regency Suite?
Two restrooms
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Old Apr 3, 2024, 11:21 am
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Originally Posted by ashley1245
Please help me choose. My upgrade just went though for a Junior Suite at LM. I also have a Regency Suite booked on points at Hyatt Regency Etoile. the Regency Suite is apparently two connecting rooms.
Anyone stay at both and have a strong preference?
I am traveling with my husband and two small kids so I need a room that can accommodate all 4 of us.
Thanks for any feedback!
I’d say it really depends on what you value. HR will have a much better view + breakfast and canapé hours are in the club with hotels views over Paris and the Eiffel Tower.

Le Meridien has nicer/more modern rooms, and the suite should be bigger. HR will have two real beds and two restrooms whereas you are more likely to get a sofa bed for the kids at LM.

F&B offerings are usually higher end at the HR though it can vary.

For similar rates/points value I would likely choose the HR.
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Old Apr 3, 2024, 11:31 am
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Originally Posted by olouie
Any updates on the construction? Seems like it should be done or nearly done? What's the best way to walk to/from the metro?
Tramway is in “test mode” operating without passengers for now and should run with passengers somewhere in April. Most of the work is finished, the disruption is minor and you can walk to the metro by exiting the hotel from the main entrance and turning right along the Meridien then walking straight for a few minutes. Another option is to exit the hotel by the “Boutiques du Palais” mall, walk straight until you exit and the mall and get right into the subway station.
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