Tonic Hotel Du Louvre

12-14 Rue Du Roule | Paris, 75 75001  [SEE MAP]Paris, 75  [SEE ADDRESS]
Credit

Courtesy of Tonic Hotel Du Louvre

Find the Best Price

at the Tonic Hotel Du Louvre

Navigate forward to interact with the calendar and select a date. Press the question mark key to get the keyboard shortcuts for changing dates.

Navigate backward to interact with the calendar and select a date. Press the question mark key to get the keyboard shortcuts for changing dates.

We do not have deals for this hotel.

Guest Reviews

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 1

Worse hotel ever

Mar 16th, 2020

This is one of the worst hotels I’ve stayed in the room was so dirty mould on the curtains and walls wallpaper pealing off the walls to the point where it was flapping we were there for half an hour and ask to have our money back as we paid for two nights but they would not allowed it we ask to speak to the manager and he was hiding behind a phone call for ages so he didn’t have to speak he just ignored us and we were told to wait as he was chatting they were not very welcoming there was one person out of everyone that cared that we were waiting four hours for our room really would not recommend Nothing like the pictures online!! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

pleasant stay

Mar 13th, 2020

The location is excellent!very central.The bed is comfortable. Might not be very well reviewed yet but certainly one of the best options when your plan is last minute. I could walk almost everywhere i needed to go whether The Louvre or St Germain or other areas around with lots of dining options just next door. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

Great location, friendly staff, not fancy

Mar 3rd, 2020

This is not a fancy hotel--know that right off the bat. But if you want a safe, quiet, affordable hotel in a great location, Tonic Hotel du Louvre is a good choice. We stayed in room 205 for a February trip. It was a tight room with two twin beds, but it had everything we needed--comfortable mattresses, a view of the street with the classic Paris architecture, plenty of hotwater, great water pressure, a safe, a tv, a coffee maker, a tea maker, a fridge, a good lock on the door and a charminglook--exposed brick walls, high, beamed ceiling and large windows that opened (no screens). The front desk staff were all very friendly and helpful during our four-day stay. There's a cute little bar where they give you a free welcome drink the night you arrive. We didn't have the breakfast, but they do also offer that. The neighborhood is the best part of this hotel--a 5-minute walk from the Chatelet-Les Halles train station, close to shopping, bakeries, wine shops, restaurants, etc. It was safe to walk at night. Again, it's a little frayed around the edges--could use updated decor, new carpet, etc.--but it's a good, safe place to stay. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

Excelent service and kindness

Jan 27th, 2020

The hotel is en 1st. district which is very convenient as is near Louvre and Notre Dame. The service was excellent, people so kind, clean room, daily breakfast from 7 -11 a.m. This was wonderful, because restaurants around open at 11 a.m., so you can start your day with a delicious food: eggs, saumon, cheese, coffee, tea, delicious croissants, and fine marmalade as well as fruit. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 3

Clean, comfortable and central

Jan 8th, 2020

I’m really glad that I didn’t actually read the reviews before I went as someone else booked the hotel. However, I really don’t understand the negative points people raised. It doesn’t smell, the rooms were clean and comfortable, bit dated and fairly basic. But people probably only use it as a base and, in terms of location, it’s ideal. And we found the staff very friendly. We didn’t have breakfast so unable to comment on what it was like at the hotel. The metro strike was still on whilst we were there so getting around was tricky as buses were very full and streets were closed due to protests. However, Uber was very useful and not expensive if you do want to go further than a reasonable walk away. Highlights were the Perlachaise Cemetery and the Montparnasse Tower. I know the cemetery seems a bit of a morbid place to visit but it’s very interesting. And free! The tower is excellent. Very ugly building but 56 floors up is the indoor observation area with a bar/cafe and then there is a further viewing platform up some stairs. I’d definitely rather pay €23 for this tower and look at the Eiffel Tower and the whole of Paris than pay significantly more for the Eiffel Tower and look at Montparnasse. Would use the hotel again for a cheap break and totally accept it’s neither 5 star or smart. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

If you make a purchase from our site, we may earn a commission. This does not affect the quality or independence of our editorial content.