Renaissance Paris Republique Hotel

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Housed in a 1970s landmark building designed by architect Jean-Jacques Fernier, the Renaissance Paris Republique is ideally located between Canal Saint Martin and Le Marais districts, within 2 km of Place de la Republique, Picasso Museum, and the Georges Pompidou Centre. Inspired by the art of the 5...

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Housed in a 1970s landmark building designed by architect Jean-Jacques Fernier, the Renaissance Paris Republique is ideally located between Canal Saint Martin and Le Marais districts, within 2 km of Place de la Republique, Picasso Museum, and the Georges Pompidou Centre. Inspired by the art of the 50s and 60s, the architect and interior designer Didier Gomez designed the 121 rooms for Renaissance Paris Republique in six elegant styles - Paris style, Bobo, Urban, Artist's studio, Skyline and Penthouse. All are furnished with designer furniture and sofas, illuminated by Tom Dixon lights and equi...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Just a tiny Annoyance with Almost Everything

Reviewed 7 december, 2021

Wife and I were here for 6 nights end of Nov to beginning of Dec. We have been to Paris many times. We decided to stay near Republique since it's in the middle of Le Marais, Bourse, and Canal Saint-Martin. The hotel is perfectly situated for repeating visitors. We loved this super walk-able area along with convenient public transits. Our check in process was friendly and simple. Our room wasn't ready which was a bit annoying but that's OK since we arrived at 14:30, we dropped off our bags and onto plenty of wonderful coffee shops near by. Front desk eventually called around 15:30 to let us know the room was ready. Everything in the room and the hotel just caused a tiny bit of annoyance everywhere we went. Our room was wonderful with a great view with a seat on the windows ledge for reading. Bath room amenities were top notch and towels were fluffy, luxurious and soft. There were plenty of space in the room with a comfortable bed. Central Air worked perfectly through out our stay. There was a self shoe shine service in the basement which was perfect every time we needed it. The toilet was separated from the bathroom, which gets a bit annoying when you need to wash your hands after usage and had to walk all the way around to do so. The bathroom design was beautiful but annoyingly less functional. For example, the sink was shallow so water gets everywhere around the counter. The lights in the hall way can't be controlled with the switches by the bed. WiFi was in and out in the middle of the night which was during business hours in PST our clients were annoyed by us coming in and out of the WebEx meetings due to the hotel's unreliable internet. The business computer in the basement of the hotel did not work (internet was annoyingly slow) and was also password protected for some strange reason that I had to hunt down the password via front desk. The gym was not really a gym with insufficient weight dumbbells and no resistance machines as advertised. They did have a treadmill but it doesn't have an incline option. the night stand by the bed doesn't fit a glasses case, a large size phone, alarm and remote control. The Nespresso coffee machine's reservoir was annoying to remove to refill in a tight space. All the staffs here were wonderful, it was the best part of the hotel. Everyone happily assisted from printing documents to answering all my questions. There was a pharmacy near by at Republique Square that did a COVID antigen test in 15 minutes so we can have documentations to come home. When we checked out, they charged us for items in the mini bar that we never touched. Someone I guess enjoyed a Heineken on our behave. After emailing the hotel, they fixed the bill. Like I said, everything was just a tiny bit annoying for a 5 star hotel. Overall despite all the small annoyance, we still love the hotel and the area, we will most likely be back.

frankl490

Modern and unique hotel with excellent staff

Reviewed 5 november, 2021

I stayed a night in the Reneissance Paris Republique. The experience was awesome from the moment of booking: there were some problems with by credit card so the hotel staff contacted me personally to solve the issue. When I arrived at the hotel, I felt myself really welcome - thanks for the staff at the reception! The room was extremely clean and modern. Especially the bathroom was very unique and fun. Had good sleep! I decided to have a room service breakfast, simply selecting items from the menu and hanging it to my room door by 1am. Once again, the staff bringing the tray in the morning was suberb, fun and and punctual - it was by second 09.00 when he knocked on the door! (Officially it’s 15 minute timeframe ;) And the high level of service continued through the checkout. Checkout was quick and again the staff ensured everything is OK for my return trip. Really looking forward to stay longer at this excellent hotel! By the way, an iconic jazz club New Morning is 10 minute walk from the hotel. Definitely check their gigs for nice musical evening!

vjom

a. Outstanding Stay—Superb Service

Reviewed 8 october, 2021

During a recent 5-night stay in Paris, we split our time with first two nights at the Renaissance Republic and the last three nights at the Marriott Opera—both are Marriott properties. We split the time entirely based on location with the opera area being a bit more convenient for what we wanted to do in Paris. The Renaissance Republic is located in the Le Marais area and is somewhat out from the major attractions which added on additional taxi times for dinners and sight seeing. (Note: normally, we would metro but due to Covid we decided to not use the metro during this visit.). The hotel itself is beautiful—a bit of a contemporary feel but a nice lobby with an all-day coffee and wine/alcohol bar with lounge area on the main floor adjoining the restaurant. We were upgraded and had a very comfortable room facing the road with some views. Everything in the room was superb and most comfortable. The included breakfast buffet was outstanding and included omelets, eggs, pancakes, etc., prepared in an open kitchen. But, most distinguishable about the Renaissance was the outstanding service from the front desk/reception, concierge, and the service staff at the bar and in the restaurant—always with a smile and cheerful greeting, every one went out of their way to be helpful. Being in Paris is all about location, so just ensure that this is an area that you want to be in. Overall, a great stay and I highly recommend the Renaissance. For the General Manager: great job with customer service from everyone who works in the hotel—it is noticeable and it makes a difference for us customers.

VaBeneSRQ

Awesome

Reviewed 30 september, 2021

Booked a Paris style room. Really good room. Great cleaning. Bright but no good view. The price is worth the service. Really good breakfast, try the pancakes, it’s delicious. Everyone is super nice. The bed is super comfy, good amenities. Worth it. The location thought, is not the best honestly. Not the best Neighborhood

Andreiaipereira

Modern hotel in a vibrant neighbourhood

Reviewed 17 september, 2021

SUCH a good experience staying at the Renaissance Paris Republique Hotel. That’s the only way that I could start this review! Arriving my train to Paris (Gare du Nord) it’s a few minutes by taxi or a 20 minute walk to the hotel, which is extremely conveniently located in a vibrant neighbourhood of Paris and in front of metro station Republique. Location wise this is what you want in Paris. Nice restaurants on walking distance, a metro that takes you to all the sightseeing spots, but also cool hotspots and concept stores around the hotel. Upon arriving we heard that we were upgraded to an Urban View room on the 6th floor, overlooking Paris rooftops. For a girl who has loved in Paris a few years ago, my jaw dropped at the pretty sight. If I stood on my tiptoes, I was able to see the Notre Dame and Pantheon in the distance. Rain shower, fantastic bed, you don’t want anything else. After sharing something on Instagram and tagging the hotel, I was virtually greeted by social media manager Laurine, whose service blew me away. She immediately shared her personal recommendations in the neighbourhood with me in a nicely crafted guide, and sent some accounts over Instagram of things I might like. Thanks for this attention Laurine! Breakfast buffet was great. Fresh options of both bread and some cold cuts, and an open kitchen where you can order any style eggs. The team at the breakfast was very friendly, but especially Jacques stood out. His big smile can only provide you a fantastic start of your day and had me smiling, even before I drank a sip of my barista coffees. Only comment would be that the Front Office could be even more friendly and proactive in greeting upon entering back in the hotel. Different evenings upon reentering the hotel I was trying to get eye contact, didn’t get it, and said hello myself before entering the elevator. That’s the only small remark to make the experience even better! Thank you!

Eline R