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Marriott Bonvoy hotels in Paris, France

Old Feb 11, 23, 11:04 am
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Hello FTers,
I will arrive Paris for the 1st time and heard that safety of neigborhood is quite a concern to many.
In terms of Bonvoy properties, is any one of those is more central to a first timer and offers a safe neigborhood?
Many thanks for any insights.
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Old Apr 11, 23, 9:29 am
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Question Best Marriott Property in Paris?

Hi there,I'm going to Paris for a weekend, and looking to burn some points. I searched, but couldn't find any threads on it. Any recommendations for which Marriott to stay at? (Staid at the Westin last time, which was fine. Obviously great location, though.)

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Old Apr 11, 23, 6:04 pm
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Marriott Bonvoy hotels in Paris, France is probably the most comprehensive thread on this topic.

My favorite thus far is Prince De Galles, Luxury Collection, Paris, France [Master Thread]
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Old Apr 26, 23, 2:24 am
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the westin has a good location but is terribly dated !
better choice would be the renaiccsnace vendrome nearby
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Old May 23, 23, 3:31 pm
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Has Rive Gauche RIopened? :-)

Has this hotel reopened?
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Old May 23, 23, 4:23 pm
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Originally Posted by derpelikan
the westin has a good location but is terribly dated !
better choice would be the renaiccsnace vendrome nearby
The choice is between:

- a dated hotel, with an INCREDIBLE view, when you are lucky enough to be in a room or a suite, that has it, with a very decent breakfast, a rich history

- and a more stylish and updated hotel with no view, in a tiny street, with small rooms, with probably some kind of breakfast, after the restaurant next door closed down with a management that might view frequent Marriott guests (commonly known nowadays as "Elite") and their upgrade requests, as an annoyance.

After the Westin is transformed into a too expensive palace, I don't want to have "I should have taken more advantage of this property, while I could" regrets
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Old May 29, 23, 9:04 am
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Originally Posted by Skytizen
Has this hotel reopened?
Not that I have seen. I looked for reservations earlier this week for an upcoming Paris trip, but the Marriott Web site showed it "not available for check-in" through the end of the calendar (May 2024). I also found nothing on any news sites that indicated a reopening date, or even that it was going to eventually reopen.
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Old May 29, 23, 9:48 am
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westin is old old old

I just completed a stay at the Berri Hotel in Paris.
While the prices were similar to the westin, they upgraded all of my rooms to a suite.

breakfast was ok.

my personal opinion is, if you are going to paris go for the prince de galles or one of the non marriott hotels. paris is so special and beautiful , I would rather spend 1K euro a night than spending 500euro at the westin for a crappy old room.

if you are travelling to paris for a once in a lifetime trip, 1k to 2k for per night in a beautiful hotel is worth it.


Originally Posted by UASPG
The choice is between:

- a dated hotel, with an INCREDIBLE view, when you are lucky enough to be in a room or a suite, that has it, with a very decent breakfast, a rich history

- and a more stylish and updated hotel with no view, in a tiny street, with small rooms, with probably some kind of breakfast, after the restaurant next door closed down with a management that might view frequent Marriott guests (commonly known nowadays as "Elite") and their upgrade requests, as an annoyance.

After the Westin is transformed into a too expensive palace, I don't want to have "I should have taken more advantage of this property, while I could" regrets
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Old May 29, 23, 10:57 am
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Originally Posted by derpelikan
my personal opinion is, if you are going to paris go for the prince de galles or one of the non marriott hotels. paris is so special and beautiful , I would rather spend 1K euro a night than spending 500euro at the westin for a crappy old room.

if you are travelling to paris for a once in a lifetime trip, 1k to 2k for per night in a beautiful hotel is worth it.
totally agree
the other high end points option is the park Hyatt, which I havent stayed at, but looks like a good use of chase points.
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Old May 29, 23, 11:24 am
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Old Jun 7, 23, 8:59 am
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Fellow FTers, I have a 85k FN cert I want to use for one night in Paris. During my time there (first wk of July), the only options I could see so far are:
Westin Paris
Le Dokhan's
Renaissance Paris Nobel tour
Marriott Opera Ambassdor

I read from a blog naming Prince de Galles as one of the best option for redeeming 85k cert, but looks like they are at 10600 pts per night mostly for that week.
Traveling with family, two kids, and likely not renting a car. Which hotel would be my best choice?

Thanks a lot.
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Old Jun 7, 23, 5:03 pm
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Nicest Paris France Marriott Point Redemption for Platinum?

What is the nicest Paris France Marriott Point Redemption for Platinum where you get breakfast and/or lounge access?
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Prince De Galles…there in April…wonderful hotel, location and reasonable points.
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Old Jun 11, 23, 10:17 am
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Which hotel in Paris?

Looking to burn some Marriott Points in Paris for a 5 night trip in July 2023

Can get the Prince de Galles for 478K points
or
Marriott Champs-lyses for 406K points

I'm a Platinum and also have 5 Suite Upgrades to use.

Would appreciate any feedback as to which hotel to choose.

Thanks.
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Old Jun 13, 23, 3:16 am
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Which Marriott Paris airport hotel should I stay in? I'll be flying in from London and arriving at about 11 PM. It's going to be too late to take the train to Paris. I rather spend the night at the airport. Price and ease of access from CDG will be taken into account. I'm a Titanium Elite. I do care about elite recognition and the quality of the breakfast.

Paris Marriott CDG 155/28k points
Moxy Paris CDG 94/17k points
Residence Inn Paris CDG Central Airport 159/19.5k points
Courtyard Paris CDG 119/15k points
Sheraton Paris CDG 226/52k points
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