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Our room was nice though there was no door for the bathroom !! only a curtain which is not very comfortable if you are 2 or more...
We also had an issue with some lights that refused to switch off. Front desk was contacted but...More
Had some issues. Made a complaint via Accor website. No response from Accor. I think responding to issues is not of concern for Accor. If you're intending to stay here make sure you find out if their Smart car is actually working, I just got...More
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The hotel is ideally placed for the offices in Issy and on the T2 tram line which connects other business areas. For tourism it's a bit of a trek from central Paris. The rooms are all very large with small kitchen areas, free wifi and...More
When we picked the hotel, me and my partner didn't go for a romantic one, just one that was accessible by car without going too far into the city centre and in walking distance of the Eiffel Tower.
Staff were friendly however on arrival we...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.