While the room was small and the kitchen not as equipped as it should be, it was clean and quiet and only a short walk to the city centre.
Aurelia, Helen and Natalie were very, very helpful. I would stay again.
Really tough to find, though. Montpellier has to be the most confusing city I've ever been to. I swear they changed the layout everytime I left town.
there's microwave. internet, blender in your room, that's quite nice. Staff are willing to help and are patient:)
Althoug I did not use ist, its a good idea to have a kitchenette. Lot of young peopel, yet quiet rooms. Very friendly service.
The front desk is generally quick to get you out of their hair. The rooms are small and cramped usually a sofa bed that pulls in and out. Very uncomfortable. It is about a 5minute walk to the closest trolley or 15 minute walk to the city center. Internet is obtained for a fee. The price explains the limited accommodations here.
We chose this hotel because it was close to where some friends live. It was the worst hotel I have stayed in in a first-world country--and it wasn't that inexpensive either. The place is huge and the walk from the one lift in the building to your room can take 10 minutes. The hallway lights are triggered by a motion sensors that don't always work, so we had to walk down long dark halls on occasion. There are kitchenettes in each room and the entire hotel smells of stale and unappealing cooking odors. The beds are either very cheap sleep sofas or trundle type twin cots. One collapsed when my husband turned over. By the time you pay the room charge, the garage charge, and the breakfast charge (a terrible, meager meal), and the wi-fi, you could have stayed in a nice place.