I stayed at the Adagio Aparthotel for 6 nights. I found the apartment extremely well-designed with a well-equipped kitchen (including dishwasher) - almost every utensil you could possibly need. It was spotlessly clean and the fridge and microwave could have been brand new. There is a laundry room too, though I didn't use it. The bathroom was lovely, and WARM - a heated towel rail you can switch on if you want. There was free WiFi in the room (though twice it was unavailable for maybe three or four hours). Plenty of sockets (you can borrow an adaptor from reception if you don't have your own) - use one in the kitchen if you want to recharge something while you are out, as the sockets in the kitchen are still active when you remove the room key from the power activator (or whatever it is called that you have to put your key card into!). They were helpful on reception and the location was right in the centre of the city, with a good supermarket about 2 mins walk away. The tram to the station stopped a few steps from the hotel. We ate at a fantastic restaurant - L'Escargot D'or - which was a minute or so from the hotel.
The downsides were: it was pretty noisy, and as the tram stop was so near, the loud clanging noise (I think request to stop) came frequently. I probably had one of the noisiest apartments in the hotel - first floor and facing the main street! Also, a couple of times there was some loud, rowdy behaviour in the early hours. The fridge had no freezer, so if G & T is your favourite tipple, you might be disappointed. (no ice making machine in the hallway, either) I stayed 6 days and paid for half a day extra so I could leave at about 4 in the afternoon (which I thought fair enough) but there was no cleaning or servicing of the room at all in this, more or less, week-long stay. This included emptying the rubbish (they have recycling bins, in a waste disposal room, which is good) and requesting extra supplies, such as bin liners. It was explained at reception that for stays up to 3 days, they do service the rooms, but up to 6 days, they don't because it is a cheaper rate. As I booked through Booking.com, I thought the rate I paid was a daily one - i.e. the same rate per day no matter how many days. I just did a random check and on Booking .com it did seem that for 6 nights, it worked out at about 2 and a half euros per day cheaper than one night (though this might be different according to time of year). For many, this would not be enough of a saving to offset having no cleaning or servicing of the room. I now see that you can opt for room servicing, but at an extra charge. Reception did not tell me this and I have no idea how much they would charge.
The other major complaint was that the only English channel was CCTV - a Chinese news channel broadcasting in English (yes, that does make a lot of sense for a hotel in France!). 90% of the news and news items were connected with China - at the time I stayed, it was mainly about Chinese New Year. I would strongly recommend bringing a few English DVD's, or a few books, if you can't speak French and are staying more than a night or two - there is a DVD player supplied.
Two minor points - a rug on the living room floor would have made the flat seem more homely. Get rid of that awful Changing Rooms style collage on the living room wall!
I particularly want to commend Anne on reception. What a wonderful woman - she went out of her way to get my boarding pass printed and nothing was too much trouble for her.
Try to get a room that does not face the main road.
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