Premiere Classe Boissy Saint Leger
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Quarto standard, várias camas (1 Double and 1 Single bed)
Máx. 3 adultos e 2 crianças
Quarto standard, 3 camas de solteiro
Máx. 3 adultos e 2 crianças
Quarto standard, 1 cama de casal
Máx. 2 adultos e 1 criança
Informações do estabelecimento
Saída até: 12:00
P.A de la Haie Griselle 4, Rue Pompadour - Boissy-Saint-Leger, Val-de-Marne - França - 94478
Comodidades do estabelecimento
Saída até: 12:00
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Weekend in Paris...
Avaliou em 2 de setembro de 2017
I was 50 years in July. I went to Paris with my family. I chose this hotel becaue my cousin have a take away restaurant there.The hotel is averge, rooms are small, bath room is to small. The breakfast is not include, pay 5 euros p.p The automatic coffiemachine is available.
Avaliou em 17 de maio de 2017
stayed here air con advertised but told not the right season it would only work on hot and it was 24 degrees!! bed comfy shower room tiny...like an aircraft toilet. I know it was budget but no need for such a tiny shower room
Weekend in Paris.
Avaliou em 7 de setembro de 2015
This is budget class hotel in down town Paris. The rooms are good but shower is small. you can get breakfast for 5 Euros. Only midday(11:00-17:00)is no body at reception. The room was very clean. It is near the Highway.
Budget Hotel High on Value
Avaliou em 29 de julho de 2015
We booked 2 x triple rooms and were very pleased with the value. These rooms are basic - three single beds, a small bathroom with shower and a TV. There is free wifi in all rooms which worked very well. All in all, you get what you pay for and what we saved in hotel costs we could spend on activities for the children during the day.
Similar to a 2 berth caravan
Avaliou em 3 de julho de 2013
The only reason we booked this particular hotel was because we were advised it was 30 mins away from Disneyland and 30 mins away from Paris city centre which were the two reasons for us visiting Paris. It was a little further out than we anticipated perhaps 45-60 mins away from each on the metro. We're not a particularly fussy couple and just wanted somewhere to sleep as we'd be out all day. To sum the hotel up I would say it is similar to a small uk travelodge. Location The hotel is situated on an industrial park next to an extremely busy bypass - the traffic noise never stops but as we're heavy sleepers this didn't really bother us. What did bother us was the area. The town and metro station are approx a 10 min walk away from the hotel across a derelict bridge and lane. We felt vulnerable walking back to our hotel particularly at night. A local shopkeeper told us he had lived in the area for over 5 years and wouldn't go out in the area as he considered it dangerous and told us to be careful! This is not what we wanted to hear given we had our 9 month old son with us. Rooms We were put on the 2nd floor meaning we had to cart suitcases up two flights of stairs and a pushchair up and down everytime we left the room. The stairs are on the outside of the building meaning they were often wet and slippery. We didn't complain about this as we weren't staying long enough to bother. The room was tiny with a tiny ensuite. This is no exaggeration but we had to put our cases and pushchair on our bed to close the door! The room resembles a room in a caravan with a 3/4 bed with just enough room to step round and a bunk bed above. The bunk bed was certainly not suitable for my 9 month old baby, so he slept with us. There wouldn't have been room for a travel cot on the floor space either. Staff Despite the hotel being pretty disastrous we couldn't fault the staff in anyway. Everyone was friendly, particularly the manager rafik who on our first day even gave us a lift to the town to show us how to get to the metro station! Hotel in general The hotel was very clean and pretty modern, just very small. There is a small reception and breakfast area at the entrance. The reception is only open certain hours but I can't remember off the top of my head what hours. There is a continental breakfast available for 5€ which was beautiful. A lot of workmen were staying here and again we found these to be quite intimidating when they were stood outside our room smoking and talking loudly to one another late at night. All in all this probably somewhere just to rest your head, perhaps best suited to people on the road travelling stopping for a break as oppose to holidayers.