Stayed for a total of 5 nights pre and post river cruise with Avalon......staff were able to accommodate our early check in requests which we appreciated greatly especially after an all night flight.
Convenient to the metro, shops, cafes and restaurants and tourist attractions.
Lobby is crazy busy all of the time and not very clean.....carpeting may be a wrong choice for such a busy hotel.
I'm not one for reviewing hotels but I feel obliged to review this hotel. The decor is is better than big hotel chains I have stayed in and passed my interior designer wife's tests on style and comfort. The members of staff are helpful 24/7. It's practically next door to metro stop pernaty so you can get to the main attractions within minutes. If I come back to paris(which I will) I would definitely stay here again. Last thing I would say is that it's more like a four star hotel than three!
stayed 6 nights. Would definitely stay again. Great location, steps to Metro and short walk to train station. Surrounded by good restaurants. Mini-mart and fruit stores steps away. Room small (expected this in Paris so no big deal) but clean and well equipped. Staff pleasant and very helpful. Street gets very lively at night but room was quiet.
The hotel was perfect for my stay. It was in a great location with a ton of cafes and shops around it. Additionally, it is located near a few metro stops making getting around Paris extremely easy. The hotel staff was very pleasant and the room was overall very clean. The only downfall is the rooms are very small so if you are planning to go with more than one person, plan room accommodations accordingly.
This hotel is in a great location very close to the RER station at Port Royal. The room accommodation was very clean and comfortable and though it is situated next to a busy road with a popular bar right across the street, even with the window open I was not disturbed by too much noise through the night. As you approach the hotel it looks welcoming with a small courtyard in front. The staff are courteous but not over-effusive in their welcome; no information is offered about the hotel and where things are. A lady receptionist was extremely helpful with an American guest who needed flights booking, so I guess they go the extra mile if you ask for help. Breakfast is adequate but not very exciting; there are many bistros and cafes around which might offer a better choice but I was in Paris in August when everything is closed. Beware the lift - 1 suitcase and 1 person is just about all it can manage.
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.