Ratings based on 23 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Sudhir Gupta
Posted Apr 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Familiesby Sudhir Gupta from Dublin Ireland
Bad ExperiencePosted Apr 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
When we reached, the elevator was not working and was rectified after 2 days. The wifi was not working in the rooms and was rectified the next day evening. Even then it was pretty slow in the room. It was a hot day in April and the ACs were not “activated”. What is the use of AC which cannot be used? The worst of all was that the lady at the reception was rude. Despite so many issues with the hotel when I asked for an extra towel (the hotel provides just one towel per person) she refused. Worst hospitality I have ever seen. The other people at the reception including the manager were friendly. Otherwise the location is okay as it is close to a train station ‘Le Stade’ and you can be in central Paris in 20 minutes. It is in zone 3 and a zone 1-3 pass is beneficial. There was a grocery store nearby and I found a restaurant which would deliver to the hotel for dinner.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good for businessPosted Oct 11, 2013
Cost 70 euros from Paris Orly by taxi . Beware of local taxis he got lost 5 minutes journey turned in 30 minutes and a 40 euro bill .
for Getaway With Friendsby Monica from USA
Good deal with a sacrifice of locationPosted Sep 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
Overall this hotel is a good value for the price. The shower was the only modern part of the room, but it was in good condition. I would definitely skip the breakfast, which was almost 10 Euros, especially since there are many bakeries where you can get pastries and croissants. While the hotel is a short walk to the train, the walk is through a residential neighborhood, which is a bit unnerving if you are coming back late at night. The train does take you into a central station in Paris, so it is convenient. You'll want to get off at the Le Stade Station to get to the hotel. The staff were nice, with a small language barrier but nothing that affected our stay.
for Everyoneby Cafegirlsea from Seattle, WA
Nice hotel close to the train stationPosted Sep 24, 2013
Pros: Staff / Price and cleanless
Location: Location is close to the train station which will take you to Gare Saint Lazarre ( paris)
Staff was extremely helpful .. Food was great .. we did eat dinner and breakfast at the hotel .. They have an all you can eat cold buffet .. Which was yummy .. One night it was cold .. Lionel ( Receptionist) brought us a portable heater . We landed at ORLY airport which took us an hour and half to get to this hotel .. however the directions that I have received from the hotel staff was perfect .. I highly recommend this hotel...
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Tim M from UK
Posted Sep 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
Clean hotel, convenient location with large car park
for Familiesby Abdul from London
Posted Aug 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
The overall service in the hotel was very good. The only issue was that the bed was too soft. Every other thing about the hotel is very good for the price
for Familiesby HA from UK
Good pricePosted Jun 9, 2013 on Hotels.com
It was a comfortable stay. Closest train station is "La Stade" on J-line.
Recommendedby Bill from USA
Undercover police warned us to be careful in areaPosted Jun 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
Let me start by saying the staff were very nice and helpful, but that and the price was about the only good quality of the hotel, and as a reference I would consider a nice Motel 6 or Motel 8 about a 2 -3 star, this one was a 1 star maybe. Only used elevator once after it closed on a person and wouldn't reopen until forced. About 20 minutes train ride to Paris which isn't bad but train stops at 10pm and morning train is as jam packed as Tokyo trains. Morning buffet was 9euros and worth about 4. Not enough towels one day and no towels the next. Air Condition either didn't work or was disconnected as it wouldn't turn on. And finally, we got off the train to find the hotel the first day and were stopped and warned by under cover police that the area was dangerous and to be careful.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Paris' version of a Premier Inn!Posted May 14, 2013
Most importantly, the hotel was very clean. I would compare this whole hotel to a Premier Inn - cheap and cheerful (and not particularly spacious or luxurious, but then what do you expect?). Only one plug socket in the room, which was a bit annoying... It is in Zone 5 of Paris so a travel card from zones 1-5 will get you everywhere and the station is only a 3-4 minute walk (it takes 15mins to get to the nearest big station in central Paris). Nothing much 'happening' in the area of the hotel, so you will need to travel elsewhere! Staff were all really nice and friendly, not brilliant English but they did try and it was enough that we knew what to do. At the end of the day, you're visiting France, so why should they speak English. Not many of us speak French! No restaurant in the evening available, and breakfast was very overpriced so I'd advise to go elsewhere or sneak your own bowl, spoon and cereal into your room! Overall, it was good though and we had a great stay in Paris!