This hotel is just past the ring road, therefore techinically not in Paris. It is one of the elegant suburbs, in a quiet area. I slept really well, and I am a very light sleeper. There was no noise, either from the room next door or outside.
The location is a little far out, but it's only a 10 minute walk to Anatole France metro station, and we found many of the sights accessible after only one line change.
You will stick out like a sore thumb if you speak loudly or wear sports gear, so consider yourself warned. Dark clothing enlivened by a bright scarf or shoes is perfect. Oddly enough Converse are very hip, but they're not very comfortable to wear for sightseeing. I would suggest good walking shoes like ecco. It's considered disrespectful to others to wear sports clothes if not playing sport. (It's the equivalent for us of going to the supermarket with curlers in your hair).
This chain in Swiss-owned, so there are germanic touches, for example, the toiletries are organic and some are packaged in brown card. They provide a wooden comb.The toilet paper is unpleasantly rough and cheap. The plastic bottles are too stiff to squeeze, so I would leave the conditioner and body lotion upside down before use.
Although the bathroom was perfectly clean, some of the grouting needed replacing, which I found surprising in such an expensive hotel.
Stop off at the 'Casino' minimarket at Anatole France and stock up on breakfast necessities before coming here. The minibar is empty and is just a fridge for your own stuff.
There is no water or tea/coffee facilities, but there is an exorbitantly priced mini market downstairs which will charge you 4 euro for a half litre of water. (1& 1/2 litres is 77 cents in the supermarket). I found this a total rip-off.
We went down for breakfast one day, and while there was a good variety, it wouldn't set you up for the day like the equivalent Irish breakfast would. Not worth the price.
Buy ham, bread and water and have breakfast in your room, is my suggestion.
We ate in the bar one evening and the burger was horrible and the chips cold. This was a bank holiday and the restaurant was closed, so there may have been a stand in chef.
- Also Known As:
- Courtyard Paris Neuilly Hotel Neuilly-Sur-Seine
- Courtyard Paris Neuilly Hotel
- Courtyard Neuilly Sur Seine
- Courtyard Hotel Paris Neuilly
- Courtyard Neuilly-Sur-Seine
- Neuilly-Sur-Seine Courtyard
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- The superior Mövenpick Hotel Paris Neuilly is ideally located for business travellers and visitors wishing to explore Paris. Palais des Congrès at Porte Maillot is within easy walking distance, and major sights such as the iconic Arc de Triomphe are easily accessible (just three stops from the closest metro). There’s also plenty for you to do to relax when you visit the Mövenpick Hotel Paris Neuilly, from enjoying local cuisine in our restaurant or enjoying the cosy atmosphere of our beautiful garden terrace. ... more less
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