Renaissance Paris Vendome: Great suite and great service

Between the two flights I wanted to test, I will stay at the Renaissance Paris Vendome, one of my favorite Marriott hotels in Paris.

As a reminder, here is the itinerary followed:

1DiaryThe Norse Atlantic Experience
2LoungeAmerican Airlines Admiral’s Club, Boston Logan Terminal B
3FlightAmerican Airlines Domestic First, Boston Logan – Washington Reagan, Airbus A319
4LoungeAmerican Airlines Admiral’s Club, Washington Reagan, Concourse E
5FlightAmerican Airlines Domestic First, Washington Reagan – New-York JFK, Embraer E175
6FlightNorse Atlantic Airways Premium, New-York JFK – Paris Charles-de-Gaulle, Boeing 787-9
7HotelRenaissance Paris Vendôme
8FlightNorse Atlantic Airways Premium, Paris Charles-de-Gaulle – New-York JFK, Boeing 787-9
9HotelRenaissance New-York Flushing Hotel at Tangram
10LoungeBritish Airways & American Airlines Soho Lounge, New-York JFK T8
11LoungeAmerican Airlines Admirals Club, New-York JFK T8
12FlightAmerican Airlines Domestic First, New-York JFK – Boston Logan, Embraer E175
Today’s itinerary


I will proceed to the reservation of this property about 10 days before my arrival. Usually expensive, the price was relatively reasonable for that night (under 400€) and the location was perfect.

Two days before my arrival, I will see an upgrade to the Prestige category and then to the highest suite of the property.

I will proceed, 48 hours before my arrival, to the online check-in formalities, and will ask for my late check-out which will be accepted.


Freshly arrived from New-York by the Norse flight in Premium Economy, I will use the Roissybus of the RATP and will be in the center of Paris after almost 1h30 of travel.


I will walk about ten minutes to arrive in front of the hotel, located on rue du Mont Thabor.

I then proceed to the check-in formalities with a receptionist. I switch to English because she doesn’t speak French.

In a very professional way, she confirms my reservation for one night, and my late check-out for the next day at 4pm.


She also indicates me an upgrade to the Cosy Suite, the highest category of the hotel.

I choose the points as a welcome gift, since breakfast is already included in my rate.


During the formalities, I will sip some champagne.


Once the receptionist has taken the credit card guarantee, she will escort me to the elevator leading to the rooms.


My suite was located on the 5th floor of the hotel.

The entrance leads, on the left, to a first fully equipped bathroom and then to a pleasant living room, which has a small desk on the left, a sofa and an armchair, as well as a large closet.


A television set faces the sofa. All of this opens onto a balcony.

The second part of the suite is the room itself, with a queen size bed, a small coffee table and two armchairs. A welcome amenity was also provided.


This space also has a balcony, equipped this time with a small metal table and two chairs.


Another complete bathroom is also available.


Finally, here is a video tour:

Hotel facilities

The hotel is equipped with a gym and a swimming pool with spa and hamman, all located in the basement of the property.


The gym is rather small. I will not use it during my stay this time.

Spa and pool

Although quite small, the pool is very nice to use. I didn’t take a picture, but the ones on the official website capture the atmosphere well.

Credit : Marriott International

The sauna and steam room are now back in self-service, unlike my last visit.


The hotel’s restaurant is now closed for lunch and dinner. However, it remains open for breakfast and a rather simplified room service menu is offered.

I will take my breakfast mid-morning. The elements are of great quality, in particular the cheeses which will be excellent in the maturation as in their temperature.


The service in the hotel is excellent: the receptionists are very professional, the concierges also and the staff polite and smiling. Very good point.


The departure formalities will be simple and fast, and I will receive my bill via e-mail a few seconds after my departure from the hotel.

Bottom line

An excellent stay that confirms the property in the top 3 of my favorite hotels in Paris.

Olivier Delestre-Levai
Olivier Delestre-Levai
Olivier has been into airline blogging since 2010. First a major contributor to the FlyerTalk forum, he created the FlyerPlan website in July 2012, and writes articles with a major echo among airline specialists. He now co-runs the TravelGuys blog with Bertrand, focusing on travel experience and loyalty programs.

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