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
I stayed for a week. Double room is good enough for a one person. But I think for a couple it would be too small. This hotel has the best location for me (it was the reason of the booking). I had walked for the most part of places what I need afoot. There is very friendly staff. During this time towels changed every day. Wifi worked well on the second floor. There is no conditioner. There was only one minus for me: no fridge.
But pay attention! It is very simple hotel!!!
Traveller from Moscow
The Hotel Beauvoir, fully renovated in a contemporary, cosy style, is located in the triangle formed by the Latin Quarter …More
The Lennox is a decent old hotel with easy access to two different subway lines and many small shops. The staff were very polite and accommodating and the dining room quite nice. The room we stayed in was very small but certainly adequate for a short stay in Paris. I would use this hotel again.
Nice hotel, rooms are of a decent size with safe in wardrobe and nice bathroom. It is in a nice if quiet area of Paris with, quite a few shops local but not much going on at night and no nearby restaurants. Around 5-6 minutes walk the metro which has good connections into the centre on Paris on a direct line which takes around 15 minutes.
All round good, did not have the breakfast which was quite expensive at 12E.
The door area was elevated and the second step in the room was down which can be quite tricky for older guests and carrying of suitcases etc.
No wifi in rooms which in this day and age is a standard
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.
"Fantastic hotel, wonderful staff & great location"
We have just arrived home from a wonderful weekend in Paris and I would have to say, Hotel Chaplain Rive Gauche really enhanced our stay. We stayed in a King Room which was spacious and clean. The hotel staff were second to none and 5 star quality and attended to our every needs. Location was superb with many attractions either a short walk or ride away. We plan to return to Paris and would have no hesitation to booking again and would highly recommend to anyone looking for accomodation in Paris.
The one fly in the ointment (which was not down to the hotel), but the shuttle bus return we had booked decided only to wait 1 minute after the time we had booked (Venus Shuttle) and would not return after us already paying 16 euros deposit. The hotel, even though they were not at fault, reufnded us and arranged alternative transportation so even when they were not at fault, they still ensured that our stay was a memorable one. Thank you!
We have stayed in this hotel now 3 times and each time have been pleased. The staff/reception is exceedingly friendly. The furniture in the rooms doesn't necessarily match and is rather used, but all the important stuff is excellent--cleanliness, quality of the mattress, highly functioning air conditioning, and consistency of hot water. And the price is very reasonable for a Paris hotel--so the quality of the furniture in my estimation is not of real importance if that helps to keep the price reasonable.
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.