Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.6 Room cleanliness
2.0 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Actually not bad!Posted Apr 7, 2014
Pros: Secure parking, no nonsense room, clean, for a cheap price, on the doorstep of St Germain and the RER A line.
Cons: Sort out the aircon and just check the inventory on the kitchenette.
I was dreading this hotel as I didn't read the reviews until after booking, and I considered canceling. Actually, based on one night in one room, I would stay here again. Maybe I was lucky but the receptionist was fine, the parking in the underground car park was straightforward, there was a lift from the car park ( not very well signposted) and the room was not bad at all. I stayed in a Studio Double. The room was very big for two people with a large private balcony and a small kitchenette. The room was clean, the bed was comfortable and the en suite was modern with decent towels. Fixtures and fittings are all basic but they were modern and fairly neutral. The fridge was a small but sensible size with a small icebox. There did appear to be a drawer dishwasher as well but I didn't use it. There are at least 3 cheap and cheerful chain restaurants within 150 metres and a big supermarket about 500 metres away. Two issues- no sharp food prep knife in the kitchenette, and more frustratingly I was unable to alter the aircon settings panel or switch it off, and didn't feel the balcony was secure enough to leave the doors open overnight which meant the room was a bit hot. Overall, I would certainly stay here a second time. For the money, for the Studio room, it was very good value.
for Business Travelersby John
Posted Oct 23, 2012 on Hotels.com
Equipment in room rather modest - one knife, only espresso cups. Didn't enjoy sharing room with noisy fridge
by A verified traveler from Dublin
APPART CITY Le Port MarlyPosted Jan 13, 2012 on Hotels.com
Very bad service. Room is dirty. No Internet Access even as written in the lobby. very bad connection. staff can not speak English. only the hotline could speak English
by A verified traveler from New York, NY
Just find something elsePosted Feb 7, 2011
Despite what the info on the websites indicates: this 'appartment' is NOT in or near the centre of anything. It is a construction site. It is a weird place, we had the impression that it was also used for long term immigrants or refugees (temporary shelter). No holiday feeling. Strange check in procedure (see above). Upon arrival back in our room on the second day the key did no longer work. We were locked out, everything was in our room. Nobody in the building. After a lot of calling we only got the key for another room, where we had to stay withour our stuff, no tootbrush, pyama, nothing Following morning no apologies. We got the impression that it happens regularly. A bug in the electronic key system. To get to Paris you need at least (including finding parking space) an hour. Public transport very complicated: bus, then RER (regional train), also at least an hour. So if you want to visit Paris, find yourself something else.
by A verified traveler from London
Posted Jul 20, 2010 on Hotels.com