Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.5 Room cleanliness
2.2 Service & staff
2.2 Room comfort
1.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by Erik from Ohio, USA
Huge dump, keep looking. Stay away.Posted Apr 5, 2013
Pros: Leaving. Breakfast was actually good, but rather expensive
Cons: Poor condition of hotel
Location: Easy to find. But in a very rough area.
Terrible filthy, scary neighborhood. We were nervous walking outside. Hotel in shambles inside and out. Black mold in bathroom. Elevator operations scary, doors kept banging together up and down. Carpets filthy in room and hallways. Was a cheap price, had I known it was such a dump I would have kept looking. Around the corner from hotel was a cardboard city for bums.
for Business Travelersby Xavier from Venezuela
Great hotel for short stayPosted Jun 30, 2012
Cons: limited option for TV Channels
Location: Near Airport
100% Recommended. Good option for travel and it´s near to airport CDG.
by A verified traveler from Kolding
filthy room and really loud noise from other guestPosted Apr 12, 2012 on Hotels.com
I would not recommend this hotel to anyone, as the room was filthy and the walls where paper thin so you could hear everything going on on the hallway... the bathroom was really unpleasant and the knob to hold the door on the floor had come off, so there was a pointy nail sticking out that you could step on (and we did) really bad choice of hotel!
by A verified traveler from Australia
Not close to anythingPosted Oct 7, 2010
We couldn't get accommodation in Paris so went for Charles De Gaule location. Hotel was 20 minutes by cab from CDG and 30-45 minutes from Paris by cab. Thursday night bar was closed when we returned about 11pm. Friday night, restaurant and bar weren't open at all. Asked the staff where there was a decent restaurant and they said about 20 minutes by cab! Not happy!
by A verified traveler from Krakow, Poland
Don't stay here for a Paris visitPosted Feb 9, 2010
It's difficult to understand how this hotel rated three stars. While the hotel lobby looks nice, the hallway outside the room looks like a renovated public housing block. The room was clean, but left much to be desired. The bathroom towels were threadbare. The water in the bathroom smelled like chemicals in hair dye. And the noise from the street was loud. We booked this hotel because of its proximity to the RER and free parking. Looking at an online map, it's less than 3km to the Le Blanc Mesnil station, but the map doesn't tell you that you have to walk through a rough neighborhood to get there. The 351 bus does run from a stop outside the hotel to the city center, but it stops running after 9:30pm. Simply put, we expected the hotel to be a 3-star hotel, at the very least the equivalent of a Best Western in the US. However, the stay was unhelpful and unfriendly. When we asked for a tax at the front desk, the attendant called a limousine that charged 65 Euros for a ride to Hotel de ville. The next morning, the attendant demanded a 30 Euro deposit in order to unlock our phone to make an outside call (this charge wasn't posted next to the front desk). It wasn't until we checked out of the hotel early that the hotel staff was accommodating. Although we paid for two nights up front, we finally left in frustration and moved to the CDG Pullman, where we had a good experience.
by A verified traveler from notting hill
a terrible place because of the staffPosted May 1, 2007
the hotel staff were very hostile and inconsiderate towards us and made us feel so unwelcome i hated my stay there and hope this hotel is never recommended to any one again or they need to review their staffing as they have no sense of customer service.