Compared to other hotels we have used in Paris, this was very comfortable. It was very close to a bus route (#126) that serviced the metro (Port D'Orleans). It was also very close to a large supermarket/department store (Monoprix), a couple of boulangeries (the bread is heavenly in paris), and many restaurants.
Like all Paris hotels it suffers from traffic noise and high temperatures. We arrived with the first cold weather of the season, but the hotel was still way too hot. If the windows are open, the traffic noise makes sleep impossible. We got around this by supercooling the bedroom with open windows for a an hour or so whilst we were in the living room.
The room was clean and well decorated, but the carpets need attention.
It is not a quick journey into Paris, but this never got onto our nerves.
When you arrive, take exit #5 (Avenue Ernest Reyer) from the metro,and immediately reverse direction. The bus-stop is only a few steps away.
We arrived on a Sunday afternoon, when nearly everything is closed. There is certainly nothing open locally in Montrouge. We walked to Port D'Orleans (~ 20 mins) and found a few shops open there, in particular a spectacular bakery, and delis at which you could buy provisions, hot food, and the lovely wine that Paris swims in (do they only send the dregs to the UK?).
We would not hesitate to return to this hotel on our next trip to Paris.
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