From the current Paris spam on our Instagrams, you’ll see that we recently spent 3 days in Paris and we had the absolute pleasure of staying at Hotel Adèle & Jules.
To be able to return to such a beautiful hotel after long days of walking around Paris was an absolute pleasure and we were so grateful for the lovely staff at the reception.
Hotel Adèle & Jules is split over two identical 19th-century buildings, situated on a quiet private road. We loved the location of the hotel. A very quiet area but close to the centre of Paris which is ideal. Just a 15-minute walk from the Louvre is good with us! If you don’t fancy walking, there is a metro a few minutes away.
We arrived on the Eurostar, which we absolutely loved. It’s so efficient and you arrive right in the centre of the city. We previously travelled to Paris with Flixbus which turned out to be an absolute nightmare. It was ridiculously cheap but no, never again. I’m (Hayley) not a fan of flying at all so the Eurostar is my ideal way of travelling. Back to the point, if you arrive by Eurostar, Hotel Adèle & Jules is a 20-minute walk away from Gare du Nord, which is where the Eurostar arrives.
There are 60 rooms in total – 30 in each half of the hotel. We stayed in one of the Boulevard rooms, a pink one to be precise which I loved. The room was a good size and the bed was huge and super comfortable. The bathroom was stylish, completely covered with white tiles. There isn’t a separate shower cubicle but there is a rain shower head over the bath. Chunky robes and slippers are provided and of course, mini toiletries.
The room also comes with a Nespresso machine which Luke was very grateful for, 2 capsules, herbal tea and a large bottle of water. The room does not include a minibar but in the lounge, the hotel provides an ‘honesty bar’ so you can grab a drink there and either have it in the lounge or up in your room.
Breakfast is included in the price of the room which you can enjoy in the lounge or you can fill in a form so your breakfast choices can be brought to your room. There’s also a complimentary tea time from 4pm to 6pm with a variety of drinks and pastries.
The hotel features a small gym with machines and weights and offers in-room massages. There’s also a large bookshelf that as well as books, holds international newspapers, magazines and games.