All the Qualys La Paix Hotel Contemporain is pleased and proud to announce the 4th star getting !
For the occasion, discover or rediscover our new rooms :
- The Grand Comfort room category II : modern design and sweet tones
- The Single Classic room : bow window, both comfortable and practical
>> Discover them in our galery
But in fact, 4 stars, what does that mean?
We wish to clarify the remarks made by some of our customers who have not officially recorded the new hotel classification.
July 23, 2012, the new hotel classification was born. It's the end of the old classification.
A fifth star, the Palace category and new criteria were introduced. No amount of change, but a necessary harmonization (some 2 star in France corresponded to a 3 star in other European countries) leads to correct the star ratings grid.
In total, more than 240 criteria
- against only 30 previously - (including: rooms area, cleanliness, environmental protection or receipt) which will now be retained.
Another change, classification is valid 5 years, not life as the previous one.
Every five years, an independent accredited firm will verify the monitored facility meets its commitments.
Under the new standards, this is what you would expect from a 4 star hotel:
- Common parts of 70m minimum and rooms of 16m minimum.
- A bathroom and TV with international channels in every room.
- ADSL or Wi-Fi in every room.
- Air conditioning in every room.
- The in-room dining (at least breakfast).
- A lift from two floors.
- A reception 24h / 24 from 30 rooms.
The prestigious hotel "George V" in Paris was, before that date, a 4-star luxury. It is classified today in the Palace category.
In principle, this harmonization of hotel classification has raised almost all the institutions of a star, or more.
For example, a "Campanile" or "Ibis" (reference mark of the general public) is now rated 3 stars and not 2 as before.
Our listed property before then 3 stars, could not remain at the same level of classification.