Ratings based on 35 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from uk
Short break in ParisPosted Sep 7, 2013
Pros: The location of the hotel is excellent, easy access to metro stations. Rooms are comfort and clean, majority of the staff are friendly and helpful.
Cons: The air conditioning was a bit noisy. Although check in time was two, we didn't gain access till nearly 2 hrs after.
Location: Well located, plenty of restaurants, and a bakery, so no need to pay for hotel breakfast, which was expensive. Montparnasse tower is close by.
Paris is definitely a wonderful experience, lots of sights, museums to visit, but be prepared to walk. Lots of choices in terms of restaurants and cafes, but be warned soft drinks and water is expensive be prepared to pay 5euro + for the privilege of drinking a coke. The Lourve is a must visit, with it's enormous collection of art work and the famous Mona Lisa. Make sure to visit some of the well known patisseries around Paris. The French are excellent at their sweets and desserts, make sure to pay Laduree, Gerard Mulot or Pierre Hermes a visit, for exceptional cakes, pastries and macarons.
for Everyoneby Wavey from Vancouver, BC
Adjoining rooms close to the stationPosted Sep 6, 2013
Pros: Staff were multilingual. Close to the train station. Adjoining rooms.
Cons: Customer service: staff could be more personable. I think each guest deserves their own towels (bath, hand and wash cloth)
Location: The restaurants in the immediate area cater to tourists and tour buses jammed the streets. A few blocks away is much better.
Our family of 4 stayed at this hotel for one night on our way out of Paris after two weeks in France. We chose it for the adjoining rooms. Also we were able to walk from the Montparnasse station and the Hotel kept our luggage for us while we had lunch and waited for 2pm check-in. We returned at 2 pm and had to wait for 45 minutes in the tiny lobby for our rooms and when we got up to our floor the cleaners were still in the rooms. Normally this might not matter but we were keen to get settled and back out to enjoy our last day in Paris. No apology at all from the front desk and the rooms were mostly clean but smelled like stale beer and were missing a few towels etc. It was among the more expensive nights we spent in France (including Paris) and had the most careless staff - they did speak excellent English. They also charged us for ordering a taxi, not much but I thought that was unusual. The rooms were small but the beds comfortable. I'm not sure if the shortage of towels was an oversight or the norm.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
moderns hotel in an excellent positionPosted Aug 31, 2013
Pros: terrific location, modern and the rooms were not too small
Cons: no problems at all
Location: The Jardin des Plantes offers a beautiful walk along a disused railway converted to gardens. Also see the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain
well worth walking along the Jardin des palntes and visiting the nearby Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain which currently has a Ron Mueck exhibition
for Business Travelersby TerryT from Canada
excellent front desk staffPosted Aug 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
When I stayed at Le M I was extremely impressed with the front desk staff. They were some of the most helpful and friendly I've come across. The location is within a couple minute walk of the hotel and there's lots in the area in the way of convenience stores and restaurants that ate open late. The rooms are clean, but tiny. Given it's Paris and the room rate was good the size of the rooms is understandable. I did have one snag, however. The maid's English is lacking and I foolishly thought she understood me when I told her I needed my laundry cleaned and passed it to her. That doesn't seem to be the case. My laundry which was roughly 10 items have gone MIA. I had to check out before the items were recovered to continue the next leg of my trip so part of the clothing I was travelling with and needed, I no longer have. They offered to send it to me when/if they find it. When I get to my next destination hopefully they'll have recovered it. Because of the excellent front desk staff I would stay there again, but I've learned the lesson on who not to give my laundry to.
for Everyoneby Christine from Maplewood, NJ
Wonderful Hotel!Posted Aug 19, 2013
Pros: The hotel is aesthetically pleasing with a wonderful Art Deco feel. Wonderful breakfast room. Great location
Cons: It was not entirely clear or honest that a bed for the 3rd person was a roll out bed. The 3rd person was priced as a 3rd of the price of the room.
Location: Varsailles, Louvre, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, walked all over town. Learned to use the subway system, had some wonderful meals.
Aside from everything, we had a wonderful stay at the Le M Paris Hotel-the room was a little small for three tall people (one was our tall 16 year old son). We wanted a well located hotel to continue our trip through Montparnasse train station. We had asked for a hotel room for 3 people. A single roll out bed was placed at the head of the double bed in an already small room. As a result of the placement of the second bed, there was very little room to move about the room. The breakfast offered at 12 euros/person was fabulous. My only other frustration was a lack of storage for suitcases and "stuff" for 3 people. The room was very quiet and air conditioned! Our room was on the 3rd floor. The breakfast room was beautifully designed and the sheets on the beds were good quality. We stayed three nights. All the staff were extremely helpful.
for Everyoneby Shari from Avon Lake OH
Convenient hotelPosted Aug 14, 2013
Pros: location and clean bedding
Cons: nothing that we needed we just want a room for the night and we are gone all day
Location: The tower nearby has a great view of the city of Paris from the top. Plenty of sidewalk cafe's to eat.
WE chose this hotel because it was a close walk to the Gare Montparnasse , the Metro stops, and the bus station, so that we could use public transportation. We also took the Air France bus to the Gare Montparnasse from Charles De Gaulle airport. The Hop on Hop off L'open bus stopped within walking distance. Breakfast was very nice, and the staff was very accommodating to any questions that we had. Room had fresh bedding every day. The bathroom had a tub, which is something we like.
Recommendedby OnTheRoadAgain from Fairfield County, CT
Transportation CentralPosted Aug 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
Love this little hotel! Remember, the star system in France doesn't exactly correspond to the US star system. So, 4 stars is more like our 3 or 3 1/2 stars in the US. And, with an old city, you'll always have small slow elevators and small rooms. But, this little hotel was recently renovated with very contemporary bathroom and style. Clean, very comfortable and located very near the Montparnasse transportation hub, we got everywhere we wanted to go (Louvre, Airport, Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysee, Arc de Triomphe, etc) very easily on nearby "Metros" (subways). Paris is certainly a walking town with a fantastic Metro infrastructure. Took 1 cab the whole trip (5 nights). The Hotel workers were informed, friendly and very helpful. So, I'd definitely return to Hotel Le M. Enjoy!
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby Michelle from London, UK
On the door step of cafe culture in ParisPosted Jun 24, 2013
Great location, in a very vibrant part of Paris. Highly recommended
for Everyoneby Hatem from Mecca Saudi Arabia
nice placePosted May 31, 2013
Everything was ok except one thing. YOu have to pick up your own bags to your room by yourself.