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Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste

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12 rue Pierre Bayle 20th Arr., 75020 Paris France
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#1,112 of 1,884 in Paris
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If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Paris, look no further than Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste.

Close to some of Paris' most popular landmarks, such as Le Marais (1.5 mi) and Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris (1.9 mi), Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste Hotel is a great destination for tourists.

Rooms at Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste Hotel offer a kitchenette providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.

A 24 hour front desk and a concierge are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. Breakfast buffet will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste, parking is available.

While in Paris, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste, including Septime (0.6 mi), Bistrot Paul Bert (0.5 mi), and East Mamma (0.8 mi).

During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Atelier des Lumières (0.5 mi) and Pere-Lachaise Cemetery (Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise) (0.1 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.

The staff at Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.

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24-hour front desk
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English, French, Spanish

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bernou2021 wrote a review Jul 2021
Lille, France1 contribution
The quality is getting worse year after year and the ladies in the reception are so rude and lack the basic of understanding. I would not recommend the place until some changes are done and people are trained properly.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Angel P wrote a review Apr 2019
Dunkeswell, United Kingdom46 contributions49 helpful votes
We had a 4 night stay here which was great. It had a well equipped kitchenette with everything you need. Great bathroom with shower and heated radiator. Very comfortable room and best of all fantastic view of Pere Lachaise Cemetery from our room. The cemetery entrance is only a couple of minutes away which was great as huge Doors fans we visited Jim Morrison every day.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Traveled
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JoeTomasone wrote a review Jan 2019
Tampa, Florida10 contributions4 helpful votes
We just stayed for 10 days at this location. Pros: Next to Pere Lechaise cemetery - a very worthwhile place to visit. Very close to the Metro and bus lines and a supermarket. Reasonably close to laundries and restaurants. Heat worked very well. Excellent and friendly staff. Price was very reasonable. Cons: Bed was very hard and uncomfortable. Only one outlet in the bedroom. Bathroom sink shelf was tilted downwards, causing items to fall off. Regular key locks instead of key cards. No food options in the hotel except for the meager and expensive breakfast. Walls are very thin. You will hear your louder neighbors. So basically, if you can deal with the cons, it’s a great hotel. I’d stay there again, but it wouldn’t be my first choice.
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Traveled
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V. Lopez wrote a review Nov 2018
12 contributions7 helpful votes
Stayed in Paris for a week with my family and this place became our home away from home. The apartment was equipped with basic kitchen utensils (pots, pans, silverware, plates, bowls and glasses). Visited the near by supermarkets to purchase everything we needed and more. Train station near the hotel made moving around the city very easy. The staff was incredibly helpful and polite. Would definitely stay here again!
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Date of stay: November 2018
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marcio caparroz wrote a review Oct 2018
Sao Paulo, SP32 contributions49 helpful votes
Rooms are horrible. The Bed is old and bad. The room was not clean. The bathroom need repair. The service is good and breakfast was ok. The employees are really nice and whilling to help. Therefore for the price is an horrible deal
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Date of stay: October 2018
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EnetteBK wrote a review Jul 2018
Viby J, Denmark14 contributions3 helpful votes
We stayed 2 nights in the Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste, from 16-18 July 2018. The location next to the Père Lachaise Cemetery and close to the Metro stop Philippe Auguste with easy access to central Paris is excellent. The Père Lachaise is so beautiful, and we spent hours walking there. During our stay in the Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste no-one came to clean our room, and we had to buy our own toilet paper as we ran out. Our room was very hot and no air-conditioning / fan. The communication about breakfast was somewhat misleading. We thought breakfast was included, at checkout we discovered that it was 9€ per person per day – definitely over priced. Had we been aware of this, we would have bought bread etc. at the nearby bakery. There was free coffee until 9 pm, which was nice; the staff were friendly, but they do not speak very much English. When we booked our room, we asked for a parking space, but the first night our car had to stay in the street, because the staff in charge of parking was not on duty when we arrived. On the second day, we managed to get a parking space. For two nights, the hotel was ok as a base for exploring Paris, but if I had to stay more than 2 nights, I would choose a hotel with better housekeeping and aircondition.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Stewart G wrote a review Jul 2018
Bristol, United Kingdom128 contributions72 helpful votes
Excellently situated in a quiet street with very good bakery and a metro station 100m away. Adequate room with all mod cons and a kitchen we only used to make breakfast tea/coffee. V. hot when we were there but got a good night's sleep with windows open. Unpretentious, cheap and handy. A safe in wardrobe. Helpful staff. If you want bells and whistles go elsewhere, but pay for the privilege.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Priscilla F wrote a review Jul 2018
2 contributions1 helpful vote
The room itself was nice, although it would have been helpful if both sides of the bed had wall outlets. The communication about breakfast was very misleading. All of the signs led us to believe that it was included, and it wasn’t until checking out that we were told that it was 9€ per person. The breakfast was definitely not worth that. It was literally bread, a piece of fruit, and juice.
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Susan D wrote a review Jul 2018
Rome, Italy19 contributions30 helpful votes
I gave this aparthotel 3 stars to represent the only 3 positive things I can say about it. 1, it is located around the corner from the number 2 metro. Very convenient. 2, it is on the back end of a block that is directly across a small street from the Pere Lachaise Cemetary so it is much quieter than other sections of Paris where I've stayed. 3, the staff are very nice and are as accommodating as they can be. Now for the negatives. As others have mentioned numerous times there IS NO A/C. I stayed there during the end of June and beginning of July. And the temps were high. It was not my choice, my husband booked it and refused to find us a new place after he made the reservations. The is no ventilation in the tiny bathroom. It was shockingly hot in there when you closed the door. Doubly so when you were taking a shower. Despite being on the top floor there was not much of a breeze coming in through the windows. It made something at night very difficult. We asked for a fan and the staff had one we could use. But a fan is no defense against the kind of heat we had in that room. One reason my husband chose this place was because of the kitchenette. However, between the heat and the slanted walls in this tiny space one could not comfortably use the stove. My husband is tall and he could not really fit into the standing space in front of the sink without bending over. Not conducive to cooking. Perhaps ours is the only room that has slanted walls. I think we were on the building's corner. Definitive ask which room you'll be getting. He chose a place with a kitchenette so we could do some cooking and not eat out for every meal. I made pasta once a few days into our stay and never touched the stove again. The heat of the room combined with the heat from the stove near killed us. There were so few outlets in our room. The 4 of us were fighting for outlets to charge our phones. For the first 5 days of my 10 day stay I struggled to dry my hair in the living room area using my compact's mirror because the were no outlets in the bathroom. But then my son discovered an outlet behind a panel in the bathroom lighting. It was something the staff should have pointed out. Also the only outlet in the bedroom that we could find is the one the tv is plugged into. On the wall opposite the foot of the bed. I used this to charge my phone at night so I didn't have it next to me while in bed. This was not ideal. Having an outlet next to the bed is expected. They only cleaned the room ONCE DURING OUR ENTIRE STAY. Otherwise you must pay extra for cleaning. Needless to say it was filthy most of the time. You're out all day, tracking in dirt when you get back. We had baguette in the room for breakfast and no matter how carefully we ripped or sliced the bread the crumbs went all over the floor. It was so bad we had to ask the front desk to borrow their vacuum cleaner often. Since no one comes thi clean every day ou have to ask the front desk for toilet paper. There were 4 of us in the tiny room. We were asking for TP every day... and paper towels for the kitchenette didn't seem to be provided so we bought that ourselves. For the price we paid I was very dissatisfied. For that price we should have had cleaning service every day, toilet paper and paper towels provided every day. These are basic amenities. I wanted to return home after day 2. And this is Paris. No one should feel this way while being in Paris. Needless to say I'll never let my husband choose hotels again for our vacations.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled
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VitorCos wrote a review Jul 2018
Sao Paulo, SP44 contributions40 helpful votes
If you are looking for privacy and quiet, forget it! It's impossible! And the worst: if you go to Paris in the summer, do not stay at the Adagio. The rooms are very warm and have no air conditioning or fan. Good stuff? Friendly staff, good bed, good markets and subway close by.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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PRICE RANGE
$101 - $179 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
adagio access paris philippe auguste hotel paris, citea philippe auguste paris, citea philippe auguste hotel paris
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
Citea Philippe Auguste
LOCATION
FranceIle-de-FranceParisPère-Lachaise / 20th Arr. - Ménilmontant / Belleville / Père Lachaise
NUMBER OF ROOMS
35
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Frequently Asked Questions about Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste
Which popular attractions are close to Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste?
Nearby attractions include One Hour – Live Escape Game (0.2 miles), Room Rush (0.2 miles), and Père-Lachaise Cemetery (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, breakfast buffet, and a concierge.
Is parking available at Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste?
Yes, paid private parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Réserve, Les Grands Enfants, and L'Artiste.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Sainte-Chapelle (2.1 miles), Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris (1.9 miles), and Arc de Triomphe (4.5 miles).
Is Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.