The Concorde Montparnasse is a good choice for Paris. It is well equipped, both the exterior and interior are impressive enough. The rooms are comfortable, and good size for Paris, although I did go in for a deluxe room. Free Wi-Fi is nice, there is 24/7 room service, and there is plenty of staff to go around. The location is perfect. Very close to trains and metro, and the bus to wither airport is just steps from the door. There are all the practical shops you would need very close, grocery, restaurants, etc. And not far away are all the shops we have come to love Paris for. However, since it located a bit away from central Paris, it can seem like a sanctuary from what can be quite maddening crowds around the cities popular sites. The room was quite comfortable, my only complaints would be that the thermostat had the dial removed, so the temperature could not be adjusted and therefore my room was far more toasty than I would have preferred, even for April. Overall when returning to Paris I would definitely consider staying here again, and would recommend the Concorde Montparnasse to any cost conscience traveler for sure.
My wife and I flew into Paris for her birthday weekend. Do to the short time in Paris we spent most of our time enjoying the beautiful city. The receptionist was amazing taking her time to show us the fastest way though the city. The room was small but I already expected that from the pictures so it didn’t really bother me. Room was clean every day. Major plus: numerous restaurants/little shops at walking distance and not to mention the train stations was only a 5 minute walk. I will definitely stay here again.
"Quaint little hotel near metro off the beaten path"
Lenox Montparnesse is a very quaint little hotel with very friendly front desk staff. It is dated but yet comfortable. Very close to metro stations but not in a touristy area. Not much in the way of amenities and the rooms are small but that is more the rule in Paris than the exception. Laundry service is quick but you have to bring it down to the front desk. Only one english speaking television channel (CNN) Decent area with many restaurants close by Honesty bar in the lobby but no true restaurant/Bar/Lounge
We booked this hotel as we needed something close to the train station to catch an early train the next morning. It was clean and tidy. Basic but it served its purpose and the staff were nice and friendly. Close to eateries as well which was convenient.
Traveller from Brisbane, Australia
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Really good hotel. Very friendly and helpful staff. Breakfast was great and set you up for the rest of the day. The rooms aren't very big but plenty of room for what we needed. Great shower. There is a metro station on the corner of the road, we didn't need to use it as we walked everywhere.
Traveller from Uk
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I stayed here for 3 nights after my business conference was over. The staff here are very friendly and helpful with getting around town. The front desk is always staffed. This hotel is a 3 minute walk from the Denfert Rochereau station, which makes it easy to travel to all the different sites in Paris. Also, you can take the RER B train directly to and from the Charles de Gaulle airport for only 10 euros!
The breakfast here is a buffet and it's quite good. They give you eggs, coffee, tea, ham, croissants, yogurt, fruit, etc.
We had a lovely stay in the Max Hotel. Only stayed one night but wish it could have been longer. The room was clean and nicely furnished. Felt like more than a 3*. The bathroom was great too, big waterfall shower! Good central location, close to the catacombs are jardin du luxemburg. Will definitely be staying here again.
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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.