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On arrival the hotel looked nice and tidy.
We arrived 20 mins outside of check in time and had two people in the queue in front of us... took around 20 minutes before being seen to, to check in.
Receptionist was rude (possibly the language...More
The building is very modern and safe. The room was very comfortable with excellent self-catered facilities. The stuff was very polite and willing to assist me anytime in a really efficient way with a number of issues that arise in the context of a long...More
Whilst I appreciate that our choice was budget based, when we booked an apartment in the outskirts of Paris we did not expect a smelly building, a kitchenette so tiny that you either can store things on the job or cook on it, we didn’t...More
Stayed here on a business trip after an awful stay at the Evergreen the last time.
This place is quite economical, but was really not for me. I opened the window and could smell drugs being smoked either outside the building, so I did not...More
The apartment was clean, close to Line L Train (2 stations to Saint Lazare) with a supermarket and sushi restaurant close by.
The room has what I needed but was a bit smelly yet can be better with some fresh air.
Good choice for couple...More
It is very close to Paris, it takes 25 minutes with the metro to got to Paris city centre. Buy the week train ticket, it s very economic for all zones around Paris. Book a shuttle from the airport to take you to the Adagio... More
It is very close to Paris, it takes 25 minutes with the metro to got to Paris city centre. Buy the week train ticket, it s very economic for all zones around Paris. Book a shuttle from the airport to take you to the Adagio. There are quite a few grocery stores, pharmacy and food outlets very close by as well as restaurants and bars. It is a good place to stay