Ratings based on 713 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 out of 5
92% of guests recommend
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified travelerfrom Torino

GRAZIOSO HOTEL OTTIMA POSIZIONE

Posted May 4, 2015
Pros: posizione e pulizia
Cons: stanze un po' piccole
Location: montmatre, moulin rouge, cimitero di Montmatre con tombe personaggi famosi tra cui Dalida
Hotel in buona posizione a pochi km da Place de Clichy, quartiere di Montmatre con fermate metro linee 2 e 3 a pochi minuti a piedi. La nostra stanza era un po' piccolina ma molto curata nei dettagli, pulita e profumatissima (di sera abbiamo sentito lo stesso profumo nei capelli!!!). comodo punto internet, brioches gratis dopo le 18, personale simpatico e veloce, e costanti chupa chupa in omaggio! la nostra stanza aveva addirittura la serranda per fortuna! anziché i tendoni i quali non riparano veramente della luce. ovviamente niente bidet, ma buon hotel. consigliato.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Posted Apr 29, 2015
Okej hotell, prisvärt.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified travelerfrom KL, MY

Clean, internet, close to Metro

Posted Apr 27, 2015
Pros: Location. Internet. Cleanliness.
Cons: Room service.
Clean but small room (Paris... what can I say). Close to Rome Metro station. There are good restaurant and bakery round the corner. Friendly reception staff. Room service is below par though - we were given short of one towel for one night, then on the other night one of the two towels was wet. Other than this, it's been a good stay. Noise from the nearby train station doesn't bother much actually.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Zu empfehlen!

Posted Apr 25, 2015
Sehr nah an der Metro-Station, daher gute Anbindung, aber auch laut auf dem Zimmer. Frühstücksbuffet prima, super Kaffee. Dreibettzimmer sehr geräumig.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Nett, aber..

Posted Apr 25, 2015
Wir haben 4 Nächte in diesem Hotel verbracht. Von außen machte das Hotel einen soliden Eindruck, auch die kleine Lobby wirkte nett. Unser Zimmer mit verbautem Blick grenzte direkt an einen Bahnhof, der Lärmpegel in der Nacht war enorm. Wir baten an der Rezeption um ein Zimmer auf der Straßenseite. Für einen Aufpreis von € 40.- pro Nacht hätten wir wechseln können, lehnten aber ab. Die Lage per se hat uns sehr gut gefallen. Montmartre zum Beispiel, ein typisches Pariser Viertel mit vielen Bistrots und Brasserien und natürlich der Sacre Coeur ist zu Fuß erreichbar. Eine Metro-Station befindet sich in unmittelbarer Nähe.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified travelerfrom Hong Kong expat

Nice hotel, Great location

Posted Apr 25, 2015
Pros: Clean, comfortable and great location.
Cons: shower was small
Location: Metro, bistros
I stayed at Hotel Cervantes for 5 nights while visiting Paris for work. The hotel is off the beaten path. It is in a charming neighborhood. I felt completely safe coming and going along. The hotel is a less than a 5 minute walk to 3 different metro lines. There are many bistros within a short walk. It gave the feel of living like a local. The restaurant price were much more reasonable that those in the tourist areas. The location was perfect for exploring the city on foot or by metro. I would definitely stay again.
3 out of 5
by A verified travelerfrom Australia

Single night in Paris

Posted Apr 24, 2015
Pros: Location. Room. Facilities. Close to metro and transport.
Cons: New reception lady or perhaps have her do a course in customer relations. She was down right rude.
Location: A few kms walk to the Eiffel Tower, Champs élysées and the Arc de Triumpe.
Generally the hotel was fine. Not a bad location and the room was comfy etc. However we were right next to the elevator (room 41) and the room was noisy (the walls were very thin). There was also construction going on outside early in the morning. Also the wifi in room 41 didn't work. We advised the front reception lady and her response was "well it's working on my phone" and held the phone up to me. True story. We asked her where a rental car place was (as our wifi was out) and she pointed us in a direction and dismissed us with a wave (as though we were locals and knew our way around). So we went out walking looking for a car rental place and couldn't find one - long walk for nothing - all because we couldn't use the wifi to book it. We even asked locals but English is not widely spoken in Paris apparently. We returned an hour later to be rudely advised by the same reception lady that she was waiting for us to check out. It was 11:50am - checkout was at 12pm - which we had earlier verified with her prior to going for our little walk. As we were already packed anyway we got back down to reception at 12:02pm. I advised her the rental car place was closed so she gave us further directions being "there's places on Rue de Rome - you can't miss them" (there's not by the way so don't bother - coz we walked until it became a different Rue...!) We ended up asking the staff at the Mecure who were more than helpful - and we weren't even guests there. Hotel was ok - reception lady not!
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified travelerfrom California

Location Location Location!!!

Posted Apr 21, 2015
Pros: I like the "boutique" hotel; a smaller hotel as opposed to a huge brand name. Since I was traveling alone, I felt safe in its location too.
Location: The hotel was near shops, restaurants and Gare Saint Lazare. A 15 minute walk to the Printemps, Galerie Lafayette.
Hotel Cervantes was the perfect location for my stay, as I was visiting my daughter who is currently studying in Paris this semester. The hotel was merely around the corner from her apartment, which was great! The hotel is located on a street among residential apartment dwellers. My room was small but neat, clean and comfortable and fit my needs. Free WiFi, a small fridge and friendly staff and quaint lobby. It was very reasonably priced as well.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler

5 day stay for Paris Marathon

Posted Apr 16, 2015
Pros: Location Staff
Cons: Hotel needs a facelift Not sure what can be done about it but the room we had was way too noisy
We had five days here last week as I was running the Paris Marathon. When we arrived there was a mix up with our rooms as we had booked through expedia 1 double and 1 twin,but the hotel do not have any twins. The receptionist sorted this by giving us a free upgrade to a deluxe room and putting an extra single bed in. The upgraded room was great, with plenty of room, small bath and shower and two balconies over looking the front of the hotel. The normal double room was not so good. It was fairly small and the bathroom in particular had seen better days. Both rooms had a free safe and mini fridge. The fridge in the double room however had a light that would not go off so each night we had to drape a coat over it to stop it lighting up the room. The double room was also exceptionally hot, despite leaving door open all the time and closing curtains. It was at the back of the hotel and looked out on to the back of the station which also meant it was VERY noisy. The bedside light was also hanging off and didn't work. The staff were extremely helpful and the room despite being a bit tired was cleaned every day with towels changed as required. We never tried the breakfast but it was served in a very small basement with no windows and a very cramped room. The location was great, just a 3 min walk to Rome or Europe metro stations.The time we stayed there it was not particularly cheap, but I guess most Paris hotels had upped prices for the marathon. I would stay there again, mainly dow
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Convenient!

Posted Apr 16, 2015
Close to train. Comer supermarket. Restaurant nearby.