Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.4 Room cleanliness
2.5 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby Martinadu from Leiden
Comfortable and close to amenitiesPosted Nov 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
I have stayed in a similar apparthotel in another country before, but I really liked this for the cleanness and closeness of a big supermarket practically in from of the hotel. This was a complement to the available utilities in room; Microwave, Cooking electric plates, fridge, cutlery, plates, pots and pans.
by Brenton from Australia
Residence ExperiencePosted Sep 18, 2013
Cons: Correctness in booking. Booked and paid or a studio room for 3 person, actually got a double room.
Location: Great location in the Bois Colombes business district, very basic facilities.
Friendly staff on check in, but very average attitude by staff when checking out
for Business Travelersby Alastair
It's ok..Posted Jan 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
I stayed on a cold night and the room was so hot. It was not possible to adjust the heating down. The room was an apartment style room with a separate bathroom and living room and so quite comfortable if a little tired in design. The biggest disappointment came at breakfast.. The dining room is tiny and all the guests are trying to eat at the same time(breakfast time!) so it was imposible to take breakfast..
Dirty floor dirty bed sheetsPosted Oct 7, 2012 on Hotels.com
Have you ever suspected the sheets weren't changed for your arrival? In this case, it was actually true - and a dog had slept in the bed before me! Not since I back-packed in the 1980s have I stayed in such a disgustingly dirty room. The floor wasn't mopped clean so when I put my feet on the white sheets, two grey smears appeared. And when I lay my head on the pillow a strong odour of dog masked badly by febreeze filled my sleepless night. Either management hasn't bothered to employ enough cleaning staff or the cleaning staff isn't managed so they don't even do the basics. It's a shame because the bricks-and-mortar of the place are fine and the rooms are very quiet.
by A verified traveler from GB
Too far from centre of ParisPosted Sep 19, 2011
Difficult to get to hotel using public transport. Not great for restaurants either. Fine if you have own transport. But perfectly good hotel and room was good too. Reception staff not all that friendly. Nice price too
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Basic features and great locationPosted May 9, 2011 on Hotels.com
I've stayed at this place 2 times now and would say the best feature is the location which is right across the street from a grocery store, health food store, spa, restaurants, bakery and beside a wonderful park. The neighborhood is quiet. You have to remember that it's a Residence Inn so room cleaning is just once weekly and toilet paper is delivered to your room when you call for a refill. It looks like a dormitory. There is a towel warmer in the room which is great for warming towels as well as drying clothes. It's a great fit for basic needs.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from New York
Great if just need a room.Posted Sep 23, 2010 on Hotels.com
It's a good place to stay for what it is. It is very much like a sublet. You do not get your room made up everyday and you are provided fresh towels, linens or toiletry refills. You have to pay extra for that. The staff is nice but they are not going out of there way to help you. They provide the very basics. We had a large studio for 2 and it fit our needs. We had a view overlooking a park and there was a large amount of space in comparison to other hotel rooms. It is located about 8 miles from the center of Paris and transportation is limited. If you just need a place to crash this is a good place. If you like the little luxories that make you feel like you're on vacation then I would probably go elsewhere.
by A verified traveler from Phoenix, AZ
Not reccomendedPosted Jan 19, 2010
Some staffs are very unprofessional. We booked a room with 2 beds, but when we got to the hotel, a receptionist gave us a room with only 1 sofa bed. I then showed him my itinerary that I got from Expedia, and he told us that he doesn't care what we have, he refused to look at it. (Later on we were told that this guy was lazy, he should have double check our itinerary...) I had to call Expedia (paid international rate), and Expedia called the hotel, and a different staff (a much nicer guy) gave us a room with 2 beds. This almost ruin our trip. Another draw back, this's not a hotel, this's resident home, so they don't clean your room unless you stay more than 7 days. Unfortunately for us, we stayed for 5 days. We had to ask for more bath towers and toilet papers. Motion sensors control the light on all floors. It was a little scary for us the first time. Imagine the first time you go to your room, when the elevator door opens, you look around, and everywhere is dark. Until you step out of the elevator, walk a few steps, then the lights start to turn on. Other than that, the hotel is new and clean. The bed is very small. I have never seen bed this small. There're 2 nice restaurants and a grocery store right next to the hotel. The nearest train station is 15 minutes walking away.