This is a truly charming hotel.
This is a truly charming hotel.
The hotel is near Porte de Saint Cloud, Parc des Princes stadium and Roland Garros, in a district some distance from the centre of Paris but pleasant because it is quiet. Metro line 9 and the bus routes provide easy access to the centre of Paris. The many food shops and various restaurants dotting rue Boileau give it a village feel. If you love markets, bear in mind that the Marché Point du Jour is held in a street behind the hotel three times a week.
No two rooms are alike in the 31-room hotel. They are all provided with a hair-dryer, flat-screen television and fan, but while one room has an oriental feel and a bathroom decorated with Moroccan ceramics, another is done out in romantic pink, while yet another is upholstered in toile de Jouy. While they may not all be your cup of tea, you will still be able to choose a different room at each visit.
The owner sees his hotel as a guest house, as the staff make an effort to pamper both regular and first-time guests to make sure only positive vibes make their way into the building. The hotel's lobby and bar are very welcoming, with a pretty range of second-hand furniture to make yourself comfortable. Safes are available at the front desk. Wifi and the internet corner are free of charge. The hotel has a private paying car park.
Trés bon accueil.Chambre agréable ; possibilité de place de parking sécurisé.
Pres du Parc des Princes et des bouches de métros pour allez sur les Champs elyssées
Je n'en ai eu aucun ; sinon que c'est PARIS
J'ai été plus que satisfait de l'accueil , a chaque fois que je monte à Paris je séjourne chez eux.Je laisse ma voiture dans leur parking et me déplace en métro .
pas loin du Parc des Princes; pour les supporters du PSG.
Pour moi aucun ; j'y retourne avec plaisir.
hôtel charmant, personnel très compétent, les chambres sont bien
situation géographique avantageuse ligne de métro proche
insonorisation on attends les portes qui claquent
moyen, mais bien situé hôtel un peu vieillot...vraiment pas terrible !
emplacement dans Paris intéressant
chambre petite, étriquée, et salle de bains très vétuste
Welcoming owners and truly cocoon-like surroundings
The only quality of this hotel is its convenience, located next to Porte de Versailles. It caters for a business clientele.
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A welcoming and elegant hotel.
A hotel with a lot of style in a neighbourhood devoid of style.
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