My stuffs and money was STOLEN INSIDE my room, Stay at your own RISK!”
I checked in on May 19, 2017 with some friends and I booked a room for myself. The hotel is located a 40 minutes walk to the Opera or Galeries Lafayette.
On May 22 evening after dinner, I came back to see all my shoppings of LV shoes and Belts and Gucci bag plus all my money hidden under my bag GONE. The room was not broken in and the hotel and their staffs have the room keys as we were told when checked in that we have to deposit the room keys everytime we leave the hotel premises. The room key is the old key and not the Card Key. There was no CCTV in the whole hotel premises so we cannot see who committed the burglary.
There was not anyone from the hotel to accompany me to the Police Station and I have to go by myself to make a police report.
The manager Ms. Caroline Bailly said it was my fault that I did not use their safe. My fault was I booked in this hotel. Can all my purchases and things be able to fit in the safe? She said it is not the responsibility of the hotel for my lost, you mean that it was now my fault that someone has stolen from my room?
When I checked in to a hotel, It is my right that my room is my domain and that my security and safety has to be protected by no less by the hotel.
It was so strange that the housekeeper when she is cleaning the room has a shoulder bag always in her shoulder, and that night of the crime, she was in the front desk at 7:30pm while I was also there and she kept of going around the front desk trying to pick up candies several times in the front desk as if checking if I will return to my room or not, as if acting like a look out. I dont have any proof that she was part of the syndicate in the hotel stealing guests valuables but it is so strange I would say that way she was hovering around the front desk when she should have already timed out.
So my dear fellow travellers, if you dont want your valuables to be stolen, dont you ever stay in this hotel, for your own peace of mind and sleep. We dont deserve these ty
Excellent hotel with friendly and helpful staff”
Stayed for two weeks for business and vacation.
Very enjoyable five days in this hotel”
Friendly staff, comfortable beds, quiet room
Really enjoyed staying at Hotel Anjou Lafayette - very relaxed atmosphere and quiet room. Bathroom was good and clean and modern and everything worked. After a day walking round the tourist sites of Paris it was great to get back to our room for a tea or coffee (decaff optional) and catch up with the news on the good-sized flat-screen tv. Glad we were only on 1st floor because lift was out of order for 2 days midweek and those on higher floors might have found the stairs a bit tiresome. Staff were very patient and happy to engage with me in my rudimentary attempts at French conversation, and spoke slowly and clearly so that I could understand them. The park across the main road was small and rather uninviting - it looks bigger and better in the online pics associated with the hotel! Access to metro was great - a hundred yards or so along the main road to Cadet station. This was my first time in Paris and I'd happily go back to this hotel.
Zimmer war in einem sehr schlechten Zustand (insbesondere das Bad)”
Zimmer war schmutzig, Vorallem staubig.
Das Bad war nicht nutzbar. Das Waschbecken war verstopft und das Wasser konnte nicht ablaufen. Bei der Dusche ebenfalls , die brause war defekt , der Schlauch war undicht , sodass das Wasser raus lief. Nie wieder !!!
War in Ordnung.”
war soweit gut, leider kein deutscher TV Sender dabei,