Ratings based on 53 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby markfrom uk
nice hotel close to undergroundPosted Jun 29, 2014
Pros: close to underground and close to supermarket
Cons: have a kettle. air-con or at least a fan bed would not suit everyone (hard)
Location: quite. would recommend the Italian restaurant Taormini nearby.
short weekend in Paris packed as much in as possible and with the underground you really can travel with ease. get your ticket from the main manned ticket office we got 3 day zone 1-3 under £50 for 2. there are people at the un manned helping travelers to purchase tickets but i wouldn't trust them.
for Familiesby Wundabeasfrom Gloucester UK
Would visit againPosted May 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
Really pleased with the room - plenty of space. Clean bedding and plenty of pillows. Excellent parking - underground private parking, we could come and go as we pleased with the car and at a very reasonable price. Hotel situated in a nice area - handy supermarket nearby. Few mins walk to metro and just few stops from Montparnasse. Would use this hotel again.
by Jordanfrom UK
Good budget hotel but you get what you pay for.Posted Oct 27, 2013
The hotel is only 2 mins walk from the nearest metro stop which is ideal for fast travel. There are 2 supermarkets nearby,1 frozen and one normal and a nice little bakery and quite a few restaurants. On arrival we were greeted by a male receptionist who was friendly and booked us in. Our door to the room required a hard shove to open which wasn't easy. We didn't feel the room was up to the standard set in photos,and on the wall there was a dirty mark where a picture had been previously but was no longer there which was unsightly. No english channels on the tv except for Sky news :-/ we could see the eiffel tower from our room though which gave us something to look at. Unfortunately there was a cockroach in the room. Yuck. And some weird stains on the curtains. Probably wouldn't stay again unless we were desperate as it certainly wasn't "romantic Paris".
Recommendedby Wepfrom Paris
Posted Aug 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel is a great location , it's nothing special . There is not air condition units, so don't stay there in the summer . The room is small and staff do not clean your room on weekends. If you looking for a place to sleep , it would go the trick but its definitely motel like .
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom USA
so soPosted Jul 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Worse in my life, Right a way move to other hotel
for Everyoneby Aaronfrom Australia
Very nice hotel, worth the moneyPosted May 31, 2013
Pros: Room cleanliness and facilities
Cons: Price of breakfast
Location: Easy to find, close to transport and services although not much to do in the area
Very pleased with this hotel. Although it's outside the main area of Paris, the metro station is not a far walk away, and the area is well catered to (supermarket, bank, pharmacy all at the end of the street). The room facilities were a plus with all the cooking essentials as there are not many restaurants around. Room was spacious and bed was very comfortable! Breakfast was a little expensive for what you get, much cheaper to buy food from the supermarket. Overall, a very nice, clean hotel! (although a little run down in places but nothing major)
for Everyoneby Chrisfrom Brighton, The City of Brighton and Hove, UK
Perfectly adequatePosted Apr 27, 2013
Pros: Swimming pool, kitchen facilities and free wifi
Cons: No bath and bathroom rather small
Location: Very good - short walk to metro and plenty of shops and restaurants within walking distance of hotel.
Good location, only short walk from metro and local shops and restaurants. Room perfectly adequate, with comfortable bed with memory foam mattress, wardrobe, table, desk, two padded chairs and bedside cabinet. Small kitchen area with refrigerator, sink unit, microwave, two electric hob cooker top, filter coffee maker, saucepan, frying pan and plenty of crockery and cutlery. No kettle, but can boil water in saucepan. Very small bathroom with toilet, sink and shower. Free wifi a definite bonus. Heated 10 metre indoor swimming pool open from 10am until 8pm each day.
for Everyoneby Anandfrom United Kingdom
Good hotel if you confirm the smoking choice aheadPosted Apr 2, 2013
First about the good things Check-in was quick. Room had an electric stove, Microwave and a refrigerator. All the basic utensils and crockery were provided and were clean. Seen in other aparthotels , the utensils are dirty and stained most of the time. Room was clean when checked in. Asked the reception to send someone to explain the appliances and the hotel service guy was at my door in next two minutes. Impressive. Cons: Specifically asked for a non-smoking room, but the room given to me was a smoking room. Had a strong stench of cigarette smoke. Asked to change the room but was told there was none available. Another funny (weird) thing is the room key. It is not the regular plastic key with the magnetic strip. It is the actual key with the key ring. First time, I needed to call the reception twice to open the door. You need to pull the handle in one hand when you gently turn the key to the right to open the door. Reception staff were good but could be more helpful.
for Everyoneby srikantfrom Bangalore, Karnataka, India
wonderful hotel with a few ridersPosted Mar 21, 2013
Pros: friendly staff, kitchenette, the washroom and the bed
Cons: cleaning once a week for long stay guests
Location: just outside the 20 paris inner zone. however the metro station is in walking distance on same road.ideal for paris expo business visitors.
friendly and helpful staff who managed communicating with us in english. the rooms were small but efficient for our needs. the kitchenette had all the equipment to make cooking personalised as desired. wish they didn't have a rule about gratis cleaning room once a week for guests staying for more than 3 days. the malakoff plateau metro station was just a stone's throw from the hotel.the major concern is it is just outside the paris zone and hence some of the faciilties available for paris hotels are not applicable for vanves hotels, like hotel drop off from tours and online transfers from/to airports.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Nice reasonable accommodation in a mid-budget pricePosted Dec 31, 2012 on Hotels.com
It was a nice stay there and I got exactly what was written. The place was about 5 minutes walk from the metro station called Malakoff – Plateau de Vanves, which takes around 20 minutes to the city center. You can buy all your grocieries from a nearby supermarket called Intermarche in good prices. The room was nice, big enough, clean. The warm water in the bathroom doesn't last so long, so try to finish your bath in a calculated time, but it is long enough for a person ;) Overall I was quite satisfied with my stay and I got what I expected.