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It is rated high in reviews but it's far below expected standard in many ways. The service is really poor and unacceptable. The breakfast is one of the worst I experienced in France. If you can't speak French, please don't visit this since only a...More
The hotel is located in an area with many media companies. The surroundings are modern, clean with restaurants, pharmacy etc. around. The rooms are nicely stylish, large and practical. It can be a bit noisy depending on the room location if near the train track...More
The hotel is not within easy access to downtown Paris. It is next to noisy RER lines that run late into the night and start early morning. The suite is separated by light colored curtains that don't provide much separation in terms of noise or...More
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We booked a suite at this hotel at a very low price not expecting much and were pleasantly surprised to see the spacious room! It was the best hotel room we've stayed in out of 4 (In Warsaw, Brussels, and Amsterdam) despite being the cheapest!...More
We stayed in a family suites for 9 days. Very good experience with nice staff, newly equipped room in a very good location (steps away from RER C station/ you can easily reach almost famous attractions in Paris in about a half an hour). Definitely...More
It is too far from CDG to run a shuttle to this hotel. By train, the simplest option is to board the RER-B line at CDG and take it to St. Michel-Notre Dame station. There you will switch to the RER-C and take it to Issy... More
It is too far from CDG to run a shuttle to this hotel. By train, the simplest option is to board the RER-B line at CDG and take it to St. Michel-Notre Dame station. There you will switch to the RER-C and take it to Issy Val-de-Seine station, which is across the street from the hotel.
If you buy a Navigo card at CDG for 5 Euros, then pay about 21-22 Euros for a weekly pass that covers up through Zone 5, you can ride all trains and buses around Paris for free until Sunday night. So, you could get to the hotel and then have lots of free riding left over for less than 30 Euros per person. My advice: forget taxis.
Bring a little (less than 1 square inch) photo of yourself to put into the clear plastic Navigo holder.