The staff were very polite and to the point; the room was very clean; the area was quiet and we were able to sleep easily; the breakfast however was not of a high standard, but on the other one can does not have to pay for it if one does not wish to - and we didn't. The only other possible if for others, but wasn't a problem for us, is that it's a little distance from Paris's main attractions. It is however within a short walking distance of taxis, buses and the metro. I would recommend this hotel.
Is a good place locate in a good part of Paris, one block form the Metro, what is very good.
the employees serving in the hotel are very dear, do one feel at home and are always attentive to resolve concerns.
Hotel Alesia Montparnasse is located in the 14th district, one of the famous district for the theatres et cabarets ( de la …More
The hotel had a real French Vibe. It reminded me of NYC regarding how small the room was. The first room had an odor. The hotel staff was very attentive and immediately changed our room. Overall the hotel was cool.
Traveller from DC
A perfect Parisian-style address in the heart of the theaters discrit of Montparnasse. Few steps away from the metro/ TGV …More
the Atelier St. Germain was lovely but very small in all aspects from the room to the elevator. For us, it earned points for cleanliness, comfortable beds and bathroom, and close proximity to the RER trains, SNCF train station, Luxembourg Gardens, and fantastic restaurants. We would return here.
Traveller from Chicago
Hotel Atelier Montparnasse is ideally located in Paris , in the heart of Montparnasse , the district of painters and …More
We stayed here for 3 nights and loved the location. Very handy to lots of restaurants, supermarkets, a laundromat and the Metro. Staff were really helpful. Room was great for our stay. Decor great throughout the hotel. Lovely breakfast.
Traveller from New Zealand
Nestled in the heart of Montparnasse s historical quarter, the 3-star hotel Delambre welcomes you in a warm and friendly …More
So, we came back from our Paris trip two weeks ago. We decided to stay at this boutique hotel because the price was right and it seemed great from the reviews. I especially was concerned with the reviews of the bathroom and I was very pleased with the bathroom. The room was extremely tight (even for 2 people) and that would be my only complaint. We were lucky enough to get a balcony (Room 52). The free drinks everyday were a huge help because we did not have to worry about picking up extra drinks when we were on the go. The best part of this hotel is Starbucks was across the street, but it opened at 10 am (yeah, French time). Oui, oui! The front desk was very happy to help us find places on the map, although, we figured out everything on our own. We hopped on the Metro and we were off every morning. It did not take long to get to any of the attractions with the Metro. It is walking distance to Luxembourg Gardens. I was a little disappointed that all of the Crepe restaurants were not directly on our street, but if you cross the main street and go to Montaparnese Blvd, you will find a ton of Crepes and other cafe's. In fact, the Edward Quinot metro stop, which was close by had a ton of restaurants nearby and my husband and I agreed that we can stay there next time. One of the reviews said that the breakfast was complimentary, but that is not the case. It costs about 14 euros, which we passed up. We bought a cup of Starbucks and a crepe avec fromage every morning. Also, make su
"Convenient location for navigating the Left Bank."
Our first room (407) had a card-holder for lights that 1) didn't function, or need to, and 2) had exposed electrical wires. It was also overcrowded by a large Art Deco vanity that blocked most of the windows and needed to be removed. Our second room( 707) (arranged by a very obliging night clerk) was more spacious, and had a charming balcony, which, however, displayed what looked like a naked electrical wire from a grill, along with cigarette butts and filth under the grill. It consisted of two single beds put together. However, its hair drier didn't work, and the electrical outlet we needed to recharge our equipment was not to be found--until the obliging night clerk came up and located it hidden under the bedside table, at a place so obscure that we two older folk would have had a problem accessing it, had he not kindly done that for us.
We enjoyed a most pleasant stay at this hotel on Bastille Day eve, watching fireworks off the Eiffel Tower from our room's balcony! A very nice neighborhood, pretty building and just a few blocks to the city bus to Orly airport. They accommodated our wishes to have a view of the Eiffel Tower for Bastille Day fireworks and even upgraded us to a nice suite. Helpful staff and a very pleasant stay for an excellent value.
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.