A clean and well-located chain hotel.
A clean and well-located chain hotel.
Ibis Paris Bercy Village - © EASYVOYAGE
Ibis Paris Bercy Village - © EASYVOYAGE
Bercy Village is a new and very popular part of the city. A business district by day, the area also becomes very busy on the weekend, offering something for everyone. The area is very easily accessible by car and provides quick access to the rest of the city thanks to its great public transport links. There is also a large selection of restaurants along the nearby Court St Emilion, whilst the Parc de Bercy is also very close-by and the perfect place for a stroll in the fresh air.
The rooms are spacious and clean and all have a desk and chair, flat-screen television, hair-dryer and individual air-conditioning. The decor here reflects that of the rest of the hotel, though the colours are a little more modern, with light wood, chocolate brown, taupe and orange.
The hotel does have a bar and a cycling-themed restaurant, the Les Six Jours, which takes its name from the famous cycle race which used to take place at the Vel d'Hiv. Guests can also get a snack and a drink 24 hours a day. There is an automatic luggage room at reception that comes at an extra charge, and free Wi-Fi is available.
Hôtel très accueillant et confortable. Nous avons apprécié le silence (bonne isolation phonique), et la propreté des chambres.
les boutiques autour de l'hôtel, le parking sécurisé, et la fréquence des transports en commun à proximité
impossible de se garer en face de l'hôtel
Nous avons passé un bon séjour logés dans cet hôtel. L'accueil est agréable et la literie est de bonne qualité. L'hôtel est de style moderne et bien situé (à proximité d'un arrêt de métro, à côté de commerces de toutes sortes). Le cadre y était calme et sympathique. Tout ce qu'on peut attendre d'un hôtel à un prix raisonnable. Je recommande !
Restauration sur place de bonne qualité et à prix accessible Possibilité d'un brunch (petit-déjeuner copieux, choix des aliments) Wifi gratuit et télévision de bonne qualité incluse Chambre confortable et bien chauffée Très bon rapport qualité/prix
Pas d'animation, pas de proposition d'activité sportive.
tres bien, chambre propre, employés à l'écoute, avec divers moyen de restauration à proximité.
restauration à proximité
je n'ai rien trouver de négligeable
Hotel très agréable et calme, accueil chaleureux à l'arrivée avec une très bon choix au petit déjeuner il y en a pour tout le monde. Très bon rapport qualité prix, le cadre reste agréable et très facile d'accès au métro pour accéder a tout Paris. Très bon séjour je le recommande fortement.
Prix Salle déjeuner Chambre
Salle de bain Toilettes trop petites
Bon séjour d'une nuit en amoureux, calme et confortable :)
Confortable, calme, sommeil reposant :)
Difficulté à trouver l'hotel
L'hôtel est bien situé, il est à côté du quartier Bercy village qui est animé et vivant. Le métro est tout proche également. Le personnel a été aimable. Les chambres sont petites mais bon on est à Paris! Tout est propre. La literie est très confortable. Petit bémol: seulement une serviette par personne. Nous avons pris le petit déjeuner (9,50 euros), je trouve ça un peu cher pour la variété des produits disponible. Je recommande tout de même cet hôtel: rapport qualité/prix est très intéressant.
La situation Le rapport qualité / prix La modernité des chambres La literie de bonne qualité
Des chambres plutôt petites Petit déjeuner qui manque de choix
Hôtel situé à quelque pas de Bercy village ! Le cadre est sympathique avec des boutiques pour se balader et pleins de petit restaurants, bars !! Secteur que je recommande...
situation du Lieux Calme
prix par fois élevé
Accueil et chambre satisfaisants
la localisation près du métro et des commerces
le prix (mais c'est Paris...)
Petit séjour à paris, dans une "chaine hôtelière", ma foi fort agréable, personnel sympatique, chambre propre et confortable, j'y retournerai sans me posé un tas de question.
bien situé, propre,
rien à déclarer !!!!
Bon hôtel. Bon accueil. Très bien localisé.
Bonne localisation. Bon accueil.
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