Hotel Bersolys Saint-Germain - Paris48.858282, 2.33079
Hotel Bersolys Saint-Germain is a 3-star property providing a pleasant accommodation with airport transfer, 24-hour front desk and laundry.
The hotel lies 500 meters away from Orsay Museum and 600 meters from Louvre Museum. Hotel Bersolys Saint-Germain is within about 20 minutes' walk of the center of Paris.
20 minutes' drive from Orly airport and 10 minutes' walk to Louvre des Antiquaires train station.
Hotel Bersolys Saint-Germain has soundproof rooms fitted with free Wi-Fi, climate control, a laptop safe, coffee/tea makers and a work desk. They come with a dishwasher and a fridge as well as bathrooms with a bathtub, a shower and a magnifying mirror.
Eat & Drink
Every morning at the bar guests may enjoy buffet breakfast. French specialties are served at Le Pave, which is 150 meters away.
The hotel offers a buffet breakfast at the price of EUR 10 per person per night.
Guests can rent cars to explore the local area.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation might be needed) at EUR 30 per day.
Number of rooms: 16.
EUR 30 per day
Bar/ Lounge area
Paid airport shuttle
- Paid airport shuttle
- Car rental
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Bell staff/Porter
- In-room breakfast
- Bar/ Lounge area
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Air conditioning
- Soundproofed rooms
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Flat-screen TV
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
1 Double bed
1 Double bed
- City landmarks
Our room was perfect for our week in Paris: comfortable, good bed, window on the street which was very quiet at night. The bathroom is bright, spotless, new hardware, and had plentiful hot water. The location was super: minutes from Orsay and the Louvre. Breakfast was good too. I will choose the hotel when I return to Paris.
The location is fabulous. We could walk to the Louvre & to many restaurants & shops in the St. Germain area. We were right near the Musée d'Orsay & the Seine. The room was very comfortable. The hotel is charming & suited us perfectly.
The location is wonderful, but we also enjoyed the hotel for its historic value. It dates back about 300 years and everything is small and very Parisian. It was good to experience something so typical. The rooms were small and the bathroom squeezy, but it just added to the charm. The breakfast was fine and plentiful and served in a cellar area which was also cute. It was very easy to visit the sights of central Paris and close to the cafes of the St Germain area.
It was a bit of a drag to carry cases up steep stairs as the elevator only goes to L4 and I would have liked a bell boy service for this.
The Musee D'Orsay, just around the corner
No tea, coffee or milk to go with the kettle and cups in the bedroom, a very mediocre breakfast with the worst cup of tea I've ever tasted, rather expensive, not value for money
Small and dusty.
The hotel is very well located.The staff were extremely friendly and helpful and the room was reasonable by Paris City standards.Excellent value for money in a fantastic location.
A small hotel, very conveniently located in a quiet street one block away from the Seine. Very near the Musée d'Orsay and Louvre and on walking distance of many other sites. Staff was very helpfull. We were lucky to park our MPV right in front of the hotel entrance and they offered to renew the parking ticket for us every two hours (maximum stay) while we were exploring the city. They did so for two full days. This was more service than could be expected ! A simple French breakfast is served in the very "petite" basement. Of course there are many breakfast alternatives in the neighbourhood.
The rooms and bathrooms are very small. Everything just fits in, but really just. However, this is to be expected in the centre of Paris unless you are prepared to pay much more...
Apart from the location, nothing much.
First thing the Internet broke down more than 24hrs and the staff was unable to get it sorted because they had no clue where to start. In a business trip it becomes a problem to not have Internet access privately in your room and the only option was to use a cable (one for the whole hotel) at the reception desk right in front of the entry. Other travellers had the same issue confirmed at breakfast next day. The staff was not very friendly, every entrance needed to wait at the door because nobody was standing at the reception and the door was always locked. Not only at 22h but also at 18h30. I always had the impression i was bothering them every time with any interaction including payment of my stay. Finally, breakfast (although only indicated at 10Eur) is very dissapointing: downstairs in a tiny room, only one piece of bread/one croissant on each table, milk and coffee barely warm (not hot, in warmers and surely not on-demand when you arrive at breakfast) and the overall quality of the products is very low (cheap things from supermarket). Last but not least: on my first day, yogourts available on the counter where 4d past due date ! i turned them back... For 140Eur there are much better value with friendly and qualified staff in very closeby hotels.
location is excellent. Easy to reach all the siteseeings. breakfast was included into the price of my room. it was fairly good
Easy access to Orsay museum and metro stations. Good breakfast.
It took long time to check out because the invoice amount was different from the amount of Booked.net.
Very well located and a wonderful attention of one of the attendants - Ammy. He's the main reason of our very good appraisal.
It's small and the elevator is not very good.
The Hotel is excellently sited for those who want to walk to all the usual sights and museums. Local restaurants are within easy reach. Ammi on reception was great, helpful and always cheerful - a great asset to the Hotel. We were in a 3 bedded room was small but adequate - this was expected as 3 bedded rooms seem to be rear in European cities.
There were bed bugs and everything was old and dingy looking.
We chose Hotel Bersoly's Saint Germain because it was perfectly placed for visiting the main Parisian landmarks on foot within minutes, particularly the Musee d'Orsay, which is practically around the corner and the Louvre, which is just across the Seine. The hotel is just one street back from the middle of the Left Bank. Although the hotel is small it is comfortable and clean and the reception staff are friendly and helpful and speak very good english. I would recommend Hotel Bersoly's to anyone who wants a reasonably priced hotel in the absolute centre of Paris - but be aware that the place is very small indeed - at 6 foot 5 tall I struggled with the low door lintels and similar.
The only thing of which potential visitors should be aware is that the hotel is very small and all the facilities from the basement cafe to the stairwell and lift are similarly compact. Our room, booked late, was the last remaining room and on the 5th floor in what I guess was a converted loft, and the bathroom was impractically small not only for me but for my partner and she's a perfectly average 5ft 5 inches. The lift travels only as far as the 4th floor of this five story hotel. Don't let this put you off - try to book a room on one of the first four floors if you can but don't worry if you can only book one on the 5th, the location of the hotel more than makes up for the problem I've mentioned, and I would happily return to Hotel Bersoly's Saint Germain.
We found the hotel ideally suited--just 3 blocks across the river from the louvre museum and 2 blocks from the bataboat boat shuttle and rer underground rry line that take you to all the important sights of the city. THE STAFF WAS FRIENDLY AND HELPFUL AND THE BREAKFAST ROOM IN THE "CELLAR" WAS AN EXCITING ADVENTURE.
The rooms are exceptionally small, especially for the price but one must always consider the alternatives--nothing else this convenient in the price range.