We've stayed in this hotel 4 nights. Very quiet neighborhood, very close to malakoff metro station (you can get to central paris in about 30 min.) and there is a market on fridays and sundays.
Cons: Hotel had no elevator so if you have a heavy luggage you might have to take it as 3 stories high, and the climb is pretty steep. Also if you get the room with widow to the garden you get all the smoke from people smoking underneath. The room we got was very very small, except for a double-bed there was not room for anything else, we even weren't able to open both of our suitcases at the same time. All furnitures were old. Finally, when we arrived we had to pay tax for the city, which was a scam IMHO.
Pros: Close to the city central, there is a metro about every 5 minutes. Helpful staff though their english was so-so. The bathroom was new and very clean, so were our sheets which were changed daily. In conclusion, if all you going to do in the room is sleep this hotel is OK, but then again, maybe there are better choices only for this.
Situated in Malakoff, this hotel is close to Stade de la Plaine, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, and Tour Montparnasse. Also …More
For the experience of staying in a stand-alone building, like a bungalow, I would recommend.
Because it is a four apartment building, movements and noises from next door can be heard. The wooden ledge of kitchen window is eroded, so we kept window closed even when we cook. It would be nice if the garden is done up.
Would be good impression if counter service staff were a little friendlier; but, the staff who took us to the apartment is really nice and helpful guy.
The apartment that was allocated to us did not have an electric kettle and did not seem to have a few other items eg. I found out that the apartment next door has one, wonder if that was because it is a more expensive apartment???
Situated in Malakoff, this hotel is close to Stade de la Plaine, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, and Georges Brassens Park …More