• Jennifer C.


    Overall, a very good experience. Very helpful, friendly and professional front desk staff. I stayed with my mother, who is partially disabled. She had room 01, which is handicap accessible. Just a few recommendations for the bathroom to make it more handicap friendly: it needs a small table or shelf - other than the sink, there isn't room to set anything. There should be provided a proper shower stool - the small stool there really isn't suited to sit on in the shower for a disabled person. A non-slip bath mat would also help in the shower. My room (6th floor) was very nice - great natural light and very comfy bed & pillows. The shower is small and the control is in a space that is easily (and often) bumped.

  • Claude T.


    Nous avons été accueillis avec gentillesse et compétence et tout cela avec le sourire. Sans oublier les bons cosneils pour se déplacer dans les couloirs du métro . Notre chambre au 5 ième étage avec vue sur la rue Monge , le balcon et le beau temps ont fait de ce week-end un séjour agréable ou le bien être a été de rigueur Merci a l'équipe de l'hôtel des Nations .....

  • Walter H.


    Excettent staff, fantastic breakfast, not too busy of a location. Lots of local bakeries and places to eat. Close to the Metro. Rooms are small but that is to be expected in Paris. Stay in a large Paris hotel and you will never experience what the locals are like....friendly, polite and happy.

  • . G.


    we visited the hotel as a group of 21 persons. Great value for you money. To recommend.



    This hotel was nice. I do wish that when they said they had gluten and dairy free options they had more than just a piece of bread, so I was disappointed in that since we paid and I am allergic to both. We did have a few small bugs, but I think that is because the windows had been open and there was a courtyard. The staff was friendly and it was a fabulous location in the Latin Quarter of Paris.