Room 722 - upon check in there was a problem with the room rate and an unhelpful front of house manager who’s sole recommendation to resolve the issue was to tell me that she would refund the booking and I can find an alternative hotel. Not very helpful when you’ve travelled from the UK and you’re standing in reception. But that’s another post. On arrival to the room it was dirty. Bed linen was stained, hairs present and black fluff all over it. The bathroom mirror was stained with previous toothpaste splashes. The toilet seat was stained and the bedside table was stained also with oil marks and handprints. Considering Ibis pledge extra sanitation post COVID this room wasn’t fit for purpose. Hotels are meant to take cleanliness seriously and clearly this hotel doesn’t check rooms before being allocated. Dirty rooms are unacceptable and a health hazard. Despite it only being 18:00 there wasn’t any management presence apart from the earlier representative that hardly instills one with confidence. I’ve been lucky to travel all over the world and I’ve never witnessed a room this dirty, let alone post a pandemic. The ibis responsibility to health and hygiene is severely lacking.…
Mom and I just came back from Paris and stayed at this hotel! We had a great experience. This hotel is clean and customer service is the BEST. Aurelia, William and Yves was very helpful. For sure we will stay here again. The hotel is close to the metro and a few yummy restaurant! One thing too, we felt very safe. Thank you for the wonderful experience!
Room was clean and modern. Nothing too fancy, just a simple room. Staff was nice and spoke English. Breakfast was okay; it was a standard French breakfast. Only thing I would suggest is a coffee maker and some toiletries in the rooms. I'm not sure if its common within French hotels or perhaps its because its a lower-end hotel, but it would have been nice to have those amenities in my room. I recommend this place if you just looking for a simple, modern room.
I enjoyed my 4 night stay at this hotel, it was clean and comfy. It was easy to access metro line 7 and get to the city center. However, what I disliked was the weird "boil your own eggs" thing at breakfast. I have never heard or seen this at any hotel. It was a mess. One morning I put two eggs to boil, and when I came back a couple minutes later the eggs were gone lol. Also, I think there was a lack of fruit and vegetable options.
Greatly located next to a lot of public transport stations (one minute to the bus station and two minutes to the metro and tram stations) but also next to some bistros and markets, IBIS Styles Meteor offered us a quiet stay for 4 nights in Paris. Even though we arrived a few hours before check-in time, the young lady at the front desk was very open and took our backpacks and trollers back so we could go down to a bistro nearby to eat and to drink a cold beer. At 14:00, the room was waiting for us clean and cool, only good for a short rest before taking the Trocadero and climbing the Eiffel Tower. Breakfast is ok, except the option to boil your own eggs in a small dedicated kettle (at one point there was a queue to boil an egg ...). The staff was exemplary, both at the reception, cleaners and at breakfast. In the morning at 6 o'clock, upon departure, check-out was extremely easy (we left the card at the reception and the invoice then arrived by email).…
It is my sixth visit to Paris and this hotel exceeded my expectations, it is close to everywhere, very clean and the employees are very professional and friendly, they can always help, the breakfast was also very good.
Staff were super friendly and available, you would really feel welcome by the team. The room design was really pleasant, spacious, functional and comfortable. I would definitely recommend this hotel and I will come back for sure.
The hotel staff is very friendly and the hotel is super clean and great decoration in the breakfast area. We truly enjoyed our stay! We stayed there for 4 days and had a great time! Breakfast is very fresh and great croissants.
The location is very good near to stations, malls, shops and restaurants. The room is very good. The stuff are so friendly and helpful any time, they smile all the time specially receptionist no. 6 she is very nice, really it was a good accommodation and hospitality from all stuff.
The strike is killing business!! This hotel is too far to walk. A taxi ride from Eiffel Tower costs @$40. A taxi to the only working metro is @$15. We liked the room, small but nice, but there are no microwave or refrigerator as advertised. Once the strike ends Paris will return to normal and transport will become much cheaper.