Timhotel Tour Eiffel

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Average rate: $86 - Hotel class: 2 stars
11 rue Juge, Paris, France

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gardkarlsen gardkarl…
142 reviews
Nov 07, 2007

Our goal for a hotel in Paris this time was to find a decent hotel at a low price and centrally located. There are thousands of hotels in Paris and it is not easy to know which site to use to book a hotel and which area to stay in. I’m not sure how we narrowed it down to Tim hotel Tour Eiffel but our checking included reading some reviews at TripAdvisor and it looked like it fit our profile. We booked through the hotel’s homepage directly and we paid an average of 86 € per night for the room (a total of 608 €) for the week.

The hotel

It was very easy to find the hotel when we came to Paris. We arrived at the metro station Dupleix and the hotel entrance was located just a minute walk around the corner. Check in was fast and we got room 41 on the 4th floor. The reception was typical for a small hotel in a European city - pretty small but with a few chairs; a PC, where we could get access to the internet (cost about 6 € for 30 minutes); and a vending machine with sodas, water, chocolate etc. The staff was helpful and we were able to communicate with them in English.

The elevator in the hotel really is tiny. When we arrived we had two Samsonite suitcases of average size and there was only room for my wife Nikki and the two suitcases in the lift…I had to use the stairs :-)

The room

The room itself was as expected: a small room with a big bed and a small TV mounted on the wall, a small desk and a small wardrobe with 3-4 hangers. The room was carpeted with light painted walls. The TV had a few channels but most of them were French, Italian, German etc. and a couple of English channels like the BBC. The bed felt a bit worn out but it was at least on the softer side (the way I prefer it). We had a view right into a courtyard so we didn’t have any problem at all with traffic or metro noise. But the room was not soundproof when it comes to noise from slamming doors and the elevator in the mornings.

We had a separate bathroom, with tiles on the floor and walls, apart from the toilet and the sink there was a bathtub that could also be used for taking showers. There was a glass door that prevented the water from splashing everywhere and it worked well and was a great substitute for a shower curtain. The only problem was that it was quite cold during our stay there so the bathroom was pretty freezing. There was a heater in the bathroom but it didn’t seem to work when I put in on maximum.

I mentioned that there is a PC in the lobby with internet connection. The hotel also seems to have wi-fi internet connection via SFR (http://www.sfr.com/en/index.jsp). We decided to buy 10 hours of surfing time (lasting a month) while we were there and it cost us 30 €. It was great to be able to access the net and check out opening times of attractions, check out maps online etc.

The breakfast at the hotel cost 8.5 € per person and it was a small buffet style breakfast. There was a selection of croissants, bread etc with different spreads such as honey, jam, butter etc. They also had some cereal, yogurt, boiled eggs and a couple of different juices. And you could also get tea and coffee of course. I think the breakfast is from 07.30 - 10.30. If you want a cheaper breakfast it is possible to get a sandwich at the local grocery stores for 2-4 €. We ventured out a few times for breakfast at brasseries. The breakfast menu was limited to coffee/tea, a baguette, croissant and jam. At least you could go for seconds at the hotel.


The hotel location suited us well. Shops and places to eat are walking distance in the neighborhood. We got our daily supply of water from an old man in a tiny store located right next to the hotel entrance. But if you want bigger grocery stores you can check out the Monoprix. We tried one of the restaurants in the neighborhood but I’ll get back to it on the eating and drinking page. There is even a McDonald’s across from the Monoprix, if that is to your liking :-)

The Metro station Dupleix is located just around the corner from the hotel. But if you walk a couple of hundred meters you get to the station of La Motte Picquet Grenelle you have a station that covers 3 lines and that makes it easy to get around. We also walked over to the Parc du Champ de Mars (the park located in front of the Eiffel tower) - which only took about 10 minutes.


I think we got pretty much what we expected. A decent hotel at a low price (low by Parisian standards). The room was OK and it was easy to get around by using the metro. I would not hesitate recommending this to others looking for a clean budget hotel in Paris. If you go to the top floor, also known as room 63, there is access to a small terrace with a view to the Eiffel tower.
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Timhotel Tour Eiffel Overview

The Timhotel Tour Eiffel hotel is located at the heart of Paris and roughly 600m from the Eiffel Tower. The nearest metro station is Dupleix, Paris Orly aiport is 15 km away and Paris Charles de Gaulle airport lies 25 km from the hotel. The hotel is situated in the centre of one of the liveliest neighbourhoods of Paris, with restaurants, shops and parks nearby, diversity adds to the comfort of the hotel, which suits both leisure and business travellers. The romantic Parc Champs Elysees is also a mere 400 meters away.

Built in 1853, this hotel comprises a total of 39 rooms. The building is fully air-conditioned and offers guests the opportunity to enjoy a pleasant stay. Guests are welcomed in the foyer with 24-hour reception desk, a safe and lifts. Room service is available and those arriving by car may take advantage of the public car park that is situated close to the hotel.

The Timhotel Tour Eiffel features 39 rooms, equipped with all the modern comforts. A WIFI connection is available in all rooms. The guest rooms are well laid out, with closet, desk, bathroom, soundproof windows, direct dial telephone, modem socket, cable TV, and hair-dryers.

The breakfast room is on the ground floor and overlooks a private garden, where guests can be seated on sunny days.

Timhotel Tour Eiffel Amenities

  • Business Center
  • Room Service
  • High-speed Internet
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • Elevator / Lift
  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Air Conditioned
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Safe-Deposit Box
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Coffee / Tea Maker
  • Hair Dryer
  • TV
  • Laundry service
  • Garden
  • Internet Connection (wireless)
  • En suite
  • Private Bathroom
  • Luggage Storage

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