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Maison Souquet is an epitome of luxury combined with great service. Its a beautiful property with an amazing history. The team members (especially Tuan) are incredibly helpful and some of the best we have experienced in Europe. The rooms are beautifully designed in a small...More
Even the French who visited us at the Maison Souquet exclaimed, "I LOVE this place! You don't see places like this in Paris anymore!" The MS establishment is remarkably quiet and private, and there are subway and bus stops within just a couple of minutes'...More
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Response from Maison-Souquet, Propriétaire at Maison SouquetResponded 26 January 2018
Dear valued guest,
Thank you so much for your nice message! We are all really touched by your kind words.
Knowing that you enjoyed everything about your stay with us is truly the most rewarding for us.
We are really happy to learn that you...More
it's been such a great experience
the design of the hotel , the service
the cocktail bar , the ALL team
Benjamin was the one to welcome me , gave me the background about the building and the hotel , THANK you Benjamin the king...More
I grow up in a hotel - but for me one of the best city boutique hotel ever!!! Rooms are outstanding - cleanliness is sensational - sure not everything is perfect but they are really good!!! By the way a got a sensational price!!!!!!!!
The hotel is brilliant and I was sad to leave after a 4 day stay.
Cocktail bar with hidden door is ace.
Great pool & spa is a wonderful escape from the hustle of the city
Car service arranged for Versailles trip avoiding train strikes...More
The neighborhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theaters, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.
Response from MusicLovingCouple | Reviewed this property |
As wonderful as this hotel is, I cannot imagine taking my kids there. It is TOTALLY geared towards romantic breaks and since it openly celebrates its history as a former brothel (including pictures on the wall), and since... More
As wonderful as this hotel is, I cannot imagine taking my kids there. It is TOTALLY geared towards romantic breaks and since it openly celebrates its history as a former brothel (including pictures on the wall), and since ALL the guests are couples canoodling I suspect it wouldn't be comfortable for anyone. We are regulars and have never seen kids there. Sorry to be negative, but just about any other hotel would be better for kids.