My stay in Paris for first time was made very easy and enjoyable by the marvelous experience I had at hotel Lennox montparnasse. Reception staff were very helpful and genuinely interested. Very clean & great bath! Good base from which to see everything; eat locally. Only aspect to improve is breakfast which was lacklustre given many adjacent cafes. Would highly recommend & will stay again !!
"Charming boutique hotel in an excellent location"
Apostrophe is a lovely boutique hotel in an excellent location in the Montparnasse part of Paris. The staff is extremely friendly and gave excellent advice. We stayed here for four nights, and walked from the hotel to the famous sights along the Seine including Notre Dame, he Leuvre, the Orsay, and the Eiffel Towel. A shorter walk gets you to the beautiful Luxembourg Gardens or to the Port-Royal RER train station. Our room was small and comfortable, and the hydromassage shower cleaned and soothed after every day out on the town. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes in the lively neighborhood, and the hotel is located on a quite side street so every night was restful. We would return to the Apostrophe without hesitation.
Traveller from Albuquerque
Located on the Rive Gauche, Apostrophe Hôtel is proud to be the first Poem Hotel of the French capital. This design Paris …More
We enjoyed staying at this hotel. Clean, comfortable, quiet, and in a good neighborhood, close to metro station. Staff were friendly and helpful. Things to improve: Rooms didn't have fridges but we stayed in April and the weather was cold enough to keep our food outside our little window overnight. Recommended to stay.
Whilst rooms are small by Australian standards, our "twin sofa bed" was very comfortable - and everything else was fine, particularly the location over the road from the Montparnasse Railway station and also close to "Les Cars" bus drop off from CDG airport. Lots of restaurants close by. A good experience
We've stayed at the fir 5 nights. The has has a good relation between the price and quality.
It's a simple hotel, clean and renewed. It's about 100 mtrs from a metro station (about 20 min fron the city center)
Around the hotel are 2 supermarkets, 3 excellent pasteries, and good restaurants (ask atvthe front desk about Maria, irslian restaurant)
The hotel is located at a quite zone :) but you must ask for a high floor room because the metro runs just under the hotel and you feel it...
The rooms have a very good shower with very hot water.
The rooms are very small (also the double bed is very small)
the front desk employees are kind but they didn't tell us/know important things like strikes in the metro/train, we ask about baggages fees in taxis and he simply answer: "I don't know, I don't take taxis...." I think that someone who works with tourist musr know about this things...
Overall is a nice place to get at night m to a get a shower and sleep.
Traveller from Tel aviv
Hotel Alesia Montparnasse is located in the 14th district, one of the famous district for the theatres et cabarets ( de la …More
Hotel staff spoke very good English and had us checked in really quickly. Hotel room was clean and comfortable, and had a balcony. Overall the room was perfect, and such a brilliant value for money as well.
Some great little restaurants and cafés around, really close to a large supermarket as well. Rooms are very tidy, very comfy, but we didn't have any kettles or coffee machines in the room. We ended up having to buy bottles of water for 3Euro each, because the shops were all closed. Hotel staff very friendly and helpful, would definitely stay here again.
The 3-star hotel Châtillon is situated at the end of a small cul-de-sac , away from the hurly-burly, in the heart of a busy …More
South of the Latin Quarter, this residential and commercial district contains the evocative cafés and brasseries of the Lost Generation near Place Vavin and Montparnasse Cemetery. Attractions include the Catacombs, Parc Montsouris, the Cité Universitaire and a clutch of little art museums. The discount fashion stores of Rue d’Alésia and Vanves flea market attract bargain-hunters. There are good bus and train links to Orly Airport.