Capacity up to110 people
Area up to135 m²
Convention centrePORTE MAILLOT&npsb;(8km / 5mi)
Exhibition centrePORTE DE VERSAILLES&npsb;(5km / 3.13mi)
Sports centreAQUABOULEVARD&npsb;(18km / 11.19mi)
StadiumSTADE DE FRANCE&npsb;(8km / 4.97mi)
Special tourist areaCIMETIERE PERE LACHAISE&npsb;(3km / 1.86mi)
If you like small smelly places with carpet hardened from decades of unknown spilled substances than you will love this Ibis. My wife and I were completely shocked at the lack of any regard for 'standards' that we ever thought the Ibis brand provided. This place should be shut down for a complete renovation or at least they shouldn't charge people to stay in un-renovated rooms. The top 3 floors have been renovated and are still small (typical) but at least 'new' and 'clean' a far cry from the smelly holes-called rooms in the lower floors. Please, please if you book this hotel call in advance and demand a room in either floors 12, 14, or 15. Do not accept a room on any other floor. I warn you. The plus is most of the staff understand that the hotel is awful and some seemed embarrassed about its state. The staff were mostly helpful.
Average hotel Nothing special, a box room with not much space. Not many channels on the TV, and no subtitles in other languages either. The view was nice, but you couldn’t see much from the room as we were in a back room.
I had the very unpleasant experience after a 12 hours flight to be received by the night team of your IBIS Paris requesting for original ID and original Credit Card from which the payment has been done online. Not having those documents on me as left in my bag, I had to go back home (30 minutes) to get the documents as the local crew didn't allow to wait the next day. I understand the process but the attitude of the personnel was horrible and even over the top regarding the time and situation. They didn't propose any alternative and even laughed at me when I told them I didn't have time to read my emails. Nothing to say about the Hotel itself but this welcome package was the worst I had from your group since a few years.
Wouldnt stay here again, cuboard as a bathroom, booked a double, got a twin - no urgency from staff to change this, ended up with the same room until check out. Kept being asked to speak to manager; and ofcourse the manager was never in. The bathroom tray over filled with water and again no one came to fix it even! dirty limescale on the walls. And the irony of all.. we had a leaflet saying 'we have 15 mins to sort your problem, or your our guest' but no we still very much paid! 1 extra point only for beds - atleast they were comfy! Never again!
The receptionists were not helpful at all, and the temperature was cold in the room (no heating in April, nobody could bring me an extra blanket). The elevators are slow. I would definitely not recommend this hotel!
Nice hotel with the new Ibis design. easy access by car and very nice parking facilities. Chopping center with Carrefour market just round the corner and the Metro station is just on the other side of the roundabout.
New décor, comfortable beds; can never work out what if any welcome drink I'm entitled to as an Accor silver member; wasn't offered one on this occasion. Bed comfortable; very warm duvet! Shower good.
Hello, I am very glad with this hotel in Paris. The room was new, on the 15th floor, where we observed the Eiffel Tower from the hall next to the elevator. The room was perfect, the only thing was that the window didn't open, and the desire of fresh air (as much as it is possible in Paris) was enormous... Thank you for this stay!
Dirty room with very small bathroom. Only one electric socket in room so you can't plug laptop and phone in the same time. No fridge. The best is very kind and helpful crew. I really don't know why it's three stars hotel.
localizatiotio: good price: not high but not worth it space/size: small quality of the bad: bad shower: fair air condicioner: bad cleanliness: terrible, terrible and terrible...the carpet was awful and me and my wife had sinusitis/allergy hability of the employees to sove problems: bad
Hotel location is good (nearly metro and carrefour) but aroud is not good. Bad was really comfortable but room need to be renovated. Water was expensive in machine. Next time I will try different IBIS HOTEL.
The hotel is OK but I think that I would try another chain or location as the rooms in this hotel and the breakfast are poor and not what you would expect from an ibis. Also I made the booking through the ibis website well in advance but on arrival they had no record of my booking and the hotel was full even though I had an ibis reservation number this coused a delay but it was resolved.
The hotel room that I stayed was very poorely maintained. Shower coutain was not long enough so all the water splashed out of the bath tub and made the floor flooded. Seemed like the problem was there for a long time. The floor materials was already wet and came apart from walls. The front desk service was very unprofessional. The ladys over there were never reacted my questions kindly. No eye contacts, no smile.. It was one of the worst hotel that I stayed among the Accor hotel chains.
The floor of the room where we have eaten breakfast was dirty and the chairs were filthy. The waiters were rude and when we asked one of them for some ice he never came back to our table and ignored us.
The location and price are very good; however the room was run-down, mildewy and smelled of beer & cigarettes. I avoided putting my bare feet on the gross cork floor at all costs! Breakfast buffet was pretty limited and the night receptionist was rude to us (after a long drive from London we asked where to get food at 11 pm and she told us everything was closed - not true and not helpful). Best to spend a bit more on the Novotel next door, I think.
Excellent value for your money on the stay in Paris! The metro station situated in a short distance could take you away to every attraction of the city, meanwhile the shopping centre inside the hotel make the stay just but perfect.
I had a good stay. The Internet works and it is free. The restaurant does have an amazing view, as did the room, though the window was very wide and thin: all the better to appreciate the sprawling view of Paris I suppose. The only negative was the fact that the door to the bathroom hit the bed, which is kind of weird, but I could get in and out all the same. I'm not really sure of the difference between the IBIS and the IBIS Budget, other than the fact that the budget's are on the bottom 6 floors and the "normal" hotel are on the top 6. Everything else seemed pretty much the same, but I didn't check out a room. All in all, for Paris near a metro, it's a good price versus quality ratio.
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