I checked in on a Friday afternoon. The front desk girl spoke pretty good English and was helpful in answering my initial questions about the city and room as well as later follow up questions. She was generally very pleasant to interact with so I would rate the staff highly at this hotel. The other staff members were also OK and spoke enough English (better than my French)
The room was clean with somewhat new looking furniture. Bathroom also seemed relatively new and was clean also. Location is across the street from the train station which is great for convenience because that also is right near the end of the main street so you can walk or take the metro to most places easily.
Overall it is a good hotel for the price.
Traveller from Connecticut
Situated in Grenoble, this residence is within 1 mi (2 km) of WTC Grenoble, Museum of Grenoble, and Dauphinois Museum. Place …More
"Great location and loved the kitchen facilities "
We spent 3 nights here and ended up eating in much more than we had anticipated because there are two supermarkets right by the hotel and the kitchen was good enough to prepare decent meals-and there was a corkscrew !
My only gripe is that there was no washing up liquid in the dispenser do we used shampoo then ran out. The room was cleaned but the shampoo/ toilet paper/ body lotion/shower gel wasn't replaced and, as there was only one if each for the two of us and we used it for washing up it didn't go far. Having said that, when we asked for more loo rolls at reception they gave us them immediately.
The hotel is wonderfully located and is on a new Eco square. We could see fish in the pond from our room.
It's very good value for money and I'd recommend it.
Traveller from London
Located in the heart of Grenoble, this residence is within 1 mi (2 km) of La Caserne de Bonne, Place Paul Mistral, and Museum …More
The largest city in southern France with 160,000 people, Grenoble is surrounded by the Alps. Though small, the Musée de Grenoble has some impressive works, including four Picassos, one Miro, one Kandinsky, and one Andy Warhol. The Musée de la Resistance et de la deportation de l'Isere is worth a visit for its informative exhibition about World War II.