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We stayed here for our New Years trip to Paris for 7 nights and must say we were a tad disappointed with this property. I am a platinum member to Accor and have experienced many of their properties around the world. This one is no...More
Rooms are very clean, equipped with all necessary amenities, Wi-Fi speed excellent, location ideal for business trips, close to the train station.
Excellent service and hospitality. Friendly staff willing to help.
Only one thing is missing - 24/7 restaurant, but that can be sufficiently solved...More
Hotel is at a convinient location, near the RER station in Issy les Moulinoux. The rooms have much space and there is even a small kitchen with a nespresso machine in it (including some capsules). We have slept very well and enjoyed the coffee in...More
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Spent 3 nights at the Novotel. Rooms are a good size. I would put this hotel into a Marriott Courtyard category. The bathroom was nice and the toilet was separate which is always nice.
Lobby and general facilities are a bit worn with no charm....More
The hotel sits right opposite to the tram/metro station, so it's really quite convenient to travel around though it is also one stop out of the core metro circle, so the ticket fare may be slightly more expensive. The room is generally bigger that those...More
It is too far from CDG to run a shuttle to this hotel. By train, the simplest option is to board the RER-B line at CDG and take it to St. Michel-Notre Dame station. There you will switch to the RER-C and take it to Issy... More
It is too far from CDG to run a shuttle to this hotel. By train, the simplest option is to board the RER-B line at CDG and take it to St. Michel-Notre Dame station. There you will switch to the RER-C and take it to Issy Val-de-Seine station, which is across the street from the hotel.
If you buy a Navigo card at CDG for 5 Euros, then pay about 21-22 Euros for a weekly pass that covers up through Zone 5, you can ride all trains and buses around Paris for free until Sunday night. So, you could get to the hotel and then have lots of free riding left over for less than 30 Euros per person. My advice: forget taxis.
Bring a little (less than 1 square inch) photo of yourself to put into the clear plastic Navigo holder.