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Sejours & Affaires Paris Malakoff Hotel
Ranked #3 of 8 Hotels in Malakoff
Feira de Santana, Bahia, Brazil
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“Bom custo benefício (nice cost / benefit)”
Reviewed January 24, 2014

Nos arredores de Paris, um hotel bastante agradável, com bom café da manhã e quartos bastante confortáveis. Embora fora dos arrondissement de Paris e sendo a penultima estação da linha 13 do metro, a localização é boa com várias opções locais para almoço e jantar - o tempo gasto de Malakoff para Paris de metro é pequeno (10 a 15 minutos). O único revés foi o fraco sinal do wifi em meu quarto. Mesmo assim, recomendo a estadia (e peça um quarto com sinal melhor ;) ).

On the outskirts of Paris, a very pleasant hotel, nice breakfast and very confortable bedrooms. Although outside of Paris's arrondissement and has been the penultimate subway station of M13 line, the location is good with many options to lunch and dinner - the time spent from Malakoff to Paris on the subway is small - something around 10 or 15 minutes. The only thing that I did not liked was the poor wifi signal inside my room. Even though, I recommend the staying (and asks a room with a more strong wifi signal).

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  • Stayed January 2014, traveled solo
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Reviewed January 10, 2014

After visiting Paris a few years ago in a similar type of place I expected a similar experience . Tiny room, cramped reception, tiny underground dining room, a small shower barely big enough for a child, boy was I surprised. The room was great, I proper comfy bed, decent size, decent size shower. Bright and airy, nice bright dining area. Good choice for breakfast. Only 20 mins from the metro station marie de montrogue. The best way to find it is opposite a Peugeot garage on boulevard Gabriel peril, took us ages find it as the pics on the website are not of the road facing part but of the back accommodation part, so after walking past. 2 or 3 times eventually found it. My only negative and it's being really picky, the room was a double room and you only got 1 internet access. Really picky I know, but honesty is the best policy. I paid a lot more money to stay in worse accommodation. Definitely will be returning. Would definitely recommend.

  • Stayed January 2014
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Ahmedabad, India
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Reviewed November 18, 2013

Stayed here for 8 nights in sep, 13. Location is quiet and nice. 10 mins walk from metro station, but bus stop is just few steps away. Grocery shop is near by and remains open till late night. Very friendly and helping staff. Rooms are very clean and room cleaning service is provided after every 5 days. Kitchen ware and other stuffs are good and almost everything you require in kitchen is available. The shower has very good hot water also the room heaters are working well.
Overall, it was an awesome pleasant stay, and would like to stay here again if get chance.

Room Tip: Rooms having 2 single beds are bigger and spacious than the rooms having 1 big double bed.
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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed November 9, 2013 via mobile

you get a small apartment , so pretty big room . clean and well refurnished.
with good deal the price might be far below 100 € .
15 min from subway . 20 minutes from rivegauche.
so no so bad after all.
but it is opposite to CDG .
after all if location match you target is a good choice

Stayed November 2013, traveled on business
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Reviewed October 12, 2013

located in nice quiet area. Comes with King bed, small kitchen with hob, all utensils, small refrigerator and shower with good hot water. Not 5* rated but serves the purpose if you are looking for decent hotel at reasonable rate, so that you can save money to spend on museums, tours etc. Is 7 min walk to the train station and takes 60min to max 70 min to reach CDG. There are small restaurants and grocery store at 2 min walk and BIG supermarket at 8-10 min walk. The only caution is room comes with heater and no A/C, during our stay it was 32 degree temperature in afternoon and 22-26 at night time so were bit disappointed by not have A/C in the room

Stayed August 2013, traveled as a couple
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Northampton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed September 24, 2013

Spent a week here in early September, knowing that it was on the opposite side of Paris from Charles de Gaulle airport and that it was a fair way out.When we arrived the room wasn't ready and we were asked to leave our bags and return in an hour. We found a restaurant for lunch and returned 2 hours later to find room still wasn't ready. Were told it would be another hour! Given complimentary glass of orange juice and waited in breakfast room. Had been up since 2am for 6am flight so were exhausted. Anyway, eventually we were taken to room and had to wait outside whilst the cleaners finished. Think they rushed because the floor left the soles of our feet black.
We did have a balcony but it overlooked the inner square where we had a good view of the privately owned flats opposite - as they did of us! For the money it was ok, but can't say more than that.

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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled with friends
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Wurzburg, Germany
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Reviewed September 10, 2013

Hi there,
we just came back from our very first Paris trip for 3 days and I’d like to share my experiences with you and hope it will help one or two. I’m from Germany so if anybody has some particular questions feel free to write me in English or German.

Overview:
- Hotel, Metro (which tickets)
- Louvre
- Eifel Tower
- Arc of Triumph
- Champs-Élysées
- River Seine
- Notre Dame
- Versaille


Hotel, Metro
Hotel: We stayed at the Hotel Sejours & Affaires Paris Malakoff which was a 2 star hotel and absolutely fine. It was cheap, clean and had modern, average furniture. We got a studio so we had a little kitchen as well. Everything required to cook was provided. Only minus point here was the bad smelling fridge. It was clean and seemed new but the smell once we have opened it was rotten-like. Bathroom was small but clean; new shower head, shampoo and soap provided, 3 towels (not that much but I’m sure you can ask for more) and I even got a hairdryer from the reception. Breakfast was continental and for the price good. They offered cereal, milk, coffee, juice, baguette, toast with toaster, nutella, jam, butter, camembert, some ham, yoghurt and more. Only minus points here was the bad baguette (I just expected more from France! It was mainly hard.) and some good croissants (they were very mini and not freshly baked but still tasty). If you aren’t a fan of sweet breakfast, you will probably missing other choices such as a variety of cheese and sausages and eggs. Overall, I was very pleased with the breakfast. Hotel stuff “tried” to be friendly but I just can’t compare it to what I normally consider friendly. Based on what we experienced in Paris, you will get this hospitality everywhere in France. Don’t expect smiles or somebody randomly helping you with a map.

Hotel is in a nice, quiet area, about 5-10 minutes from the metro station (You can get anywhere very quickly from this stop). A supermarket is right around the corner (I would recommend getting some water and some ingredients for a sandwich; don’t buy baguette at the supermarket but at the small bakery right next to the hotel. 70cents for a fluffy baguette) Careful, the supermarket is closed on Sundays and not open all night. I would get there before 9pm. There are also some local shops where you can buy overpriced food and drinks but I would not recommend going there. The seller was very unfriendly and didn’t speak one word of English to us even though he clearly understood what we were saying. He also tried to charge us 30cents more for water because it was in the fridge after one of the other sellers recommended it to us. It felt like a tourist trap.
Metro: Taking the metro in France is relatively cheap and easy to use. One single ride is 1,70€ and it takes you everywhere in the center of Paris. I summarized the different tickets for you:

Ticket+:
1,70€ for Metro, RER Zone 1, Bus, Tram; Switch from Metro to RER possible, but not to Bus  ticket turns invalid as soon as you leave the Metro gate, valid for 1,5 hours

Ticket Sans Correspondance: directly on bus, 2€

Billet Ile-de-France:
RER (SNCF/RATP) out of Paris or suburbs of Paris; price depends on zones
For Versailles: Zone 1-4, 3,35€

Mobilis (day ticket):
6,60€ for Zone 1-2 (not valid for Roissybus, Orlybus, Orlyval)

Ticket Jeunes weekend (cheap weekend ticket for young people):
3,65€ for Zone 1-3, (other zones possible) day ticket for young people under 26, Saturday/ Sunday only (RATP/ SNCF)

Louvre:
We arrived at a Sunday and it happened to be the first Sunday in the month which granted us free admission to the museum. Every first Sunday in the month is free, so make sure to plan ahead! Tip: If you are under 26 and from the EU, don’t worry – you get free admission anyway! We got there around 3 pm and surprisingly there was only a small line. It was crowded in the museum though. I mainly went to the Louvre because of the building and its beautiful architecture – as for the actual museum I must say I was quite disappointed. The art description was only provided in French so you couldn’t get any detailed information about a specific painting. I have never seen this in my life. Even in small museums in Germany they put at least English descriptions on it. On top of that, the art pieces didn’t seem well maintained at all. Lots of statues were covered in dust, damaged and unprotected as there was no guard. Dust was on every picture and it was very hot and muggy. Considering the normal admission price this isn’t acceptable. The Mona Lisa isn’t worth the admission – the museum has lots of other great art pieces but it makes me sad to see how badly they are being taking care of. I would recommend the Louvre if you get in for free or when you are really interested about particular collections. Otherwise, look up some other museums – there are plenty in Paris!  I do though highly recommend the garden/park behind the Louvre – beautiful with lots of seats and a great view at the Eifel Tower!

Eifel Tower:
What can I say… it is worth it! It really is a beautiful piece of architecture and the view from the top is worth it. I don’t regret waiting in line for an hour and to pay the admission to get to the top. My boyfriend made a paper airplane and let it take off from the top – it was so much fun watching it flying down the Eifel Tower. Wouldn’t want to miss the experience! =) Some advice though: Prepare to wait a long time for the elevator tickets and unless it is 30°C+, bring warm clothes! We came in the morning and the tower was casting a huge shadow so all people were freezing while waiting under it. I don’t if it makes a lot of sense to get the tickets online since I have not really seen a special entrance for that kind of purpose. There were only two entrances: the one for the elevator and one for the stairs (which only lead to the 2nd floor). I would recommend taking the elevator to the top, then taking it to the 2nd floor and then taking the stairs down.

Careful: the ticket lady! She gave me 1€ too little change and just when I noticed it, she did the same to my boyfriend. We told her and without any apology she gave us the 1€ back. It seemed so normal to her – very practiced. We figured she might try this with every customer, making a lot of tax-free, additional money for herself. Most people don’t count their change or notice it much too late or being too afraid to ask for it. Just be careful and check your change!

Arc of Triumph:
We walked there from the Eifel Tower (bad decision… long walk! =)). It was nice to look at it from the outside. I also went up because I got free admission (under 26 and from the EU get up for free) while my boyfriend waited. It was a very beautiful view over Paris but it wasn’t worth the full admission price.

Champs-Élysées:
After the Arc of Triumph we walked along the famous Champs-Elysees (which directly connects to it). I guess it make sense to walk there when already at the Arc but believe me, it wasn’t special at all. I don’t know why it is considered so great. It’s just full of tourists and restaurants (with seats facing the people walking by) and some luxury stores (not even that many though). The avenue is divided by a huge street which makes it impossible to switch from the stores on the opposite sites. You literally would have to walk the entire street down on one side and then walk it up on the other one to be able to look at every store. Just skip it.

River Seine:
Beautiful to walk along! Really! Especially in the evening when the sun sets! You will pass by bridges with millions of love locks and the view on Notre Dame from the river side is magical!

Notre Dame:
Going in is for free and really worth it. Beautiful church. Definitely a nice thing to do. Don’t forget to walk around it. =) I wanted to walk up the towers (admission/ under 26 EU free) but the line was moving very slowly (there is a limited amount of numbers for the top). Since it was our last day I didn’t want to spend it with waiting so we skipped it. Definitely come early to prevent long waiting.

Versaille:
A hell of a trip! I never walked so much in my entire life! Admission for everything is 25€ including audio guide. If you are under 26 and from the EU, you are lucky! Careful though, the garden is not included in that and you will have to pay 7,50€ to enter it. I payed it after all because my boyfriend payed the 25€ and could access the garden. If it wasn’t for that though, I would skip the garden and come back after 6pm (which is when everybody can access the garden for free). You can walk around the garden from the palace to Marie Antoinette’s Estate. The palace was definitely nice to see, Marie Antoinette’s Estate and the other stuff too but the garden itself was a little bit disappointing. Definitely not worth 7,50€! I admit, its size is impressive but that’s about it. It is not particularly beautiful - no flowers (only nicely sculptured trees and bushes), ground is not well maintained and the biggest minus point for me: the water was poisoned. On every fountain or pool it said: “Avoid contact with water. Bio Hazard” I could see that! The water was dark, very dirty and had dead fish in it! Again, it made me sad to see how such a beautiful garden is not taken care of properly. If you didn’t had to pay the full 25€ (which includes the garden) then skip the garden and wait after 6pm. It is not worth paying for it extra! Rather spend more time on Marie Antoinette’s Estate and Hamlet – the area is so huge… we spent 6 hours walking and didn’t get to see everything! Overall: Versaille is worth it but it isn’t as beautiful as expected. The garden and the bad maintenance let me down in particular. I just keep comparing it to the castle Dunrobin which I visited earlier this year in Scotland. That I call a beautiful garden. Sorry Versaille! =) P.S.: Consider taking a bike or one of those mini cars to drive around Versaille… it really is huge!

  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Property: Sejours & Affaires Paris Malakoff Hotel
Address: 120 boulevard Gabriel Peri, 92240 Malakoff, France
Location: France > Ile-de-France > Hauts-de-Seine > Malakoff
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Business Center with Internet Access Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Wheelchair access
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Ranked #3 of 8 Hotels in Malakoff
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Hotel Class:2 star — Sejours & Affaires Paris Malakoff Hotel 2*
Number of rooms: 78
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