Which Paris Marriott hotels have an executive lounge? I look up the details of the hotels but do not see executive lounges listed as amenities.
A few years ago we stayed at the Paris Marriott Champs-Elysees. It did not have a lounge, but did offer a complimentary breakfast in the restaurant - and it was excellent. This will depend on your status I suppose. Last year we stayed in the Paris Marroitt Rive Gauche Hotel & Conference Center. It does have a nice lounge, however, there is no city view to speak of, and it is not as central as some other hotels.
I imagine there are others, but this is what I have first-hand knowledge of.
Thanks for the information....appreciate it
Marriott Rive Gauche, Marriott Ambassador Opera and Ren La Défense all have exec lounges and all offer breakfast in the restaurant on weekends for elites. I second that the complimentary breakfast at the C-E is excellent. I’ve also read here on Insiders that the comp breakfast at the Ren l’arc de Triomphe is excellent as well.
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I've stayed a couple times at Ren l’arc de Triomphe - its my goto hotel in Paris. No lounge, but they do offer free breakfast - buffet and you can also order from the menu (yes, you can do both at the same time). If you ask (and if you're polite, they will generally offer), they will hand make your coffee drink (i.e., cappuccino) rather than have you use the machine. On my stays, I've generally been there 4 or 5 nights, and when they know its my last day, they have given me a small gift (usually, candy or other pre-packaged treats) for on the plane.
We stayed at the Marriott Paris Opera Ambassador Hotel a few years ago over xmas. It had a great lounge, free wonderful breakfast for my son, wife and i. also had free booze (love it) and food at dinner. It was a great hotel and we really enjoyed our stay. Its in a great neighborhood as well. I can't recommend it more!
You can also have free breakfast in the restaurant (I guess as a Plat) which I did when staying in March of this year. Really nice buffet.
Rive Gauche has nice big lounge and good service weekdays; afternoon tea as well as evening, but very limited weekends (Fri-Sun) Check times on room details. Breakfast in restaurant when lounge closed but can be very busy. Hotel close to metro and trains but bit of a ride into centre.
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