My room, like many of the hotel rooms in Paris, was very small. But it was clean and comfortable. I spent only one night as I had arrived in Paris and was leaving on the train the next day. I was comfortable walking in the area at night. If you stay for longer, do explore the nearby Avenue Daumesnil which is lined with atelier after atelier where hand-made items are created: shoemakers, violin makers, leatern craftsmen, etc. etc. I’d say this is one of the most interesting streets in Paris.
My wife and I are independent travellers so we enjoy mixing with locals and solid comforts and food. One of the best features of this hotel was its access to restaurants and the metro. The hotel offered parking which was off site. Our visit coincided with a Rail workers strike so the limited parking spaces for our first night were quickly gobbled up. Sourcing a car park for night one was difficult. The room was good and breakfast was ample.
We stayed here end of August as we embarked on our motorcycle European trip as it was close to Gare de Bercy, we load our bike on the autotrain to transport it to the south of France, this eliminates a lot of driving for us. The hotel was excellent, rooms a very respectable size compared to some Paris hotels with space being very limited, it was clean with a walk-in shower which was spacious, the breakfast was good with plenty of choice. The hotel staff were very helpful and friendly. Our room, 706 was very quiet given it was in the heart of the city, no disturbance at all. Would stay here again when travelling.
I had a huge check in problem because I booked through a third party. The manager doesn’t like her job and could care less and Pauline was rude. The hotel was okay. Rooms are really small. Hotel doesn’t really have any amenities there’s not even a fridge or microwave in room. Perfect hotel for business I guess or if you just need somewhere to crash. Other then that the night staff was wonderful a pretty lady with glasses and a young man with a pony tail.
This is a nice hotel, quite small rooms but for a short break that’s not really a problem. Walking from the hotel towards Bercy Metro isn’t particularly nice but luckily there’s a Metro right outside. The first night we arrived none of the electric sockets worked in the room which meant we couldn’t charge our phones etc. We asked the receptionist for assistance with this and even though she was very polite, she seemed to forget about us and we ended up waiting about half an hour before asking again and then she said she didn’t realise we were waiting for her. After about another 25 minutes she confirmed the room should be sorted which it was. There is a little shopping village about a 10 minute walk away from the hotel. It’s called Bercy Village. That’s quite nice to go to and have a look around. Overall, not a bad stay and staff were polite and friendly. …