Best Western Select Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
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The Best Western Select Hotel in Boulogne-Billancourt can probably be best described as ‘basic’. It’s a place to sleep. A step up from a YHA ... but not a big step up. In fact, I've stayed at youth hostels that are significantly better. I’m not sure if it’s indicative of the entire hotel, but the room that I stayed in (room 3) is VERY small. There’s just about enough room for a double bed (I would estimate that it was queen sized) with a little room for one person to walk around it. It had a tiny en-suite bathroom that had a sink, toilet and (small) bath. The bath had a shower attachment, but no shower curtain so it’s a ‘sit down’ shower’. There was a table in the room and just enough room to sit in a seat (pushed hard against the bed) and do a little work. When I first entered the room … it was very hot. There was a temperature control unit on the wall, and since the hotel claimed it had A/C, I tried it. It didn’t work, so I opened a window. Luckily, it was a cool evening in Paris so the room did begin to drop in temperature. If it’d been a hot night I think that it would have been very uncomfortable in there. The general décor is what I would describe as … shabby. Not shabby chic, just shabby. It looks as if it was last refurbished in the 70’s, and it really needs a thorough update. Everything is old, cracked, and chipped. The view from my room was a wall with a big silver pipe going up it and some kind of mechanical apparatus directly outside of the window. The room came with a kettle, one mug, a couple of sachets of instant coffee and a tea bag together with some sugar and creamer. I tried the coffee, I can’t remember what brand it was, but it was pretty awful. The rooms have poor sound proofing and you can hear everybody around you. Also, for some reason, my room must’ve been near some kind of water tank because every 10-15 minutes there was a sudden sound of rushing water. Kind of like a toilet flushing. I am soooooooo grateful that I found some earplugs in my bag or else I would have had no sleep. A final point, I made the mistake of having breakfast at the hotel. There really wasn’t much. Some cereal, a bowl of fruit cocktail, a few pastries, some ham and cheese, juice and a roll. Didn’t even have any croissants! Everything was clearly mass produced with nothing fresh and the breakfast room was (like everything else in the hotel) small and cramped. Thankfully, there was only one other person in the room. This breakfast cost me €15. It was not worth it. Overall, this is a sad little hotel.
Average hotel. 2 minutes walk to metro station ( line 9). Good and friendly staff, good wifi, bed and pillows ok, quite unless you opened the window. Very basic breakfast: ham, boiled eggs, butter, jam, juice. No fresh fruit or vegetables.
This hotel is pretty average. Rooms are clean. Furniture is old. Beds are not really comfy. It is located at a really busy and noisy street. For a short stay it is ok. Friendly people will help you at the reception.
Good service and clean. A little bit far from the center ( aprox. 20- 30 min. walking distance) but everything else was good. Has good conection with bus number 20 if you don't like to walk to the center.
Room: quiet, clean (until You opened window- terrible noise), with bathtub and airconditions (not necessary needed in October) Two single beds: quite comfortable Breakfast: VERY POOR: even for this price of the room I would expect higher standard. Baguette, two kinds of ham, apple, joghurth, jams, boiled eggs. Nothing warm like scrambled eggs or sausage. No vegetables....
I was on a business trip and the main reason I chose this hotel was because it was 10 minutes walking distance from my office. But I never expected that: - it would not have room service, or options for lunch or dinner (which are important when you come back from an exhausting day and don't feel like stepping out) - a bathroom that has a bathtub without screen (which means that your bathroom becomes a mini-lake after a shower) - except soap and body wash, no other toiletries, and - room walls thin enough to hear ambient noises. To be fair, there are a couple of advantages, - one being that it is very close to the metro - within walking distance from eating and shopping options - friendly service Overall, given a choice, I wouldn't stay here again.
Welcoming very very poor - do not expect good manners or standard check in. Quality of the room very poor compare to the price. Breakfast to be avoided apart if you have no other choices. Even for a business trip you can find way better, only one metro station near.
Nothing fancy for that price, but perfect location for business trip for me as the offices were in Citylights on Pont de Sevre and just next to Metro station. Room rather small, big and good bed, wifi works well. Breakfast a bit dissapointing especially for 14 eur.
Expensive for what you get. Also they didn't accept my BW check, when booked they said OK. Also not very close to anything of value. I would not warmly recommend this hotel to anyone. I paid 170 EUR per night and for that you expect much more.
As seems typical in reasonably priced hotels in Paris the room was tiny, and very hot even in winter. Overlooking the main road it was very noisy with the window open. The bathroom too was very traditional with no shower. Breakfast was basic but good quality. And the staff were very friendly and helpful organising transport during the taxi strike.
- Free in-room WiFi
Located within a mile (2 km) of Parc des Princes, Best Western Select Hotel is within 3 miles (5 km) of Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. Each of the 61 rooms at this 3-star hotel includes a minibar, a coffee maker, and a TV. Located centrally in Boulogne-Billancourt, it's also near Statue of Liberty - Paris and Bois de Boulogne.
Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
Best Western Select Hotel's 61 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and safes. Guests can expect to find TVs and stay connected with free WiFi. Hair dryers are also standard.
Self parking is available for EUR 16 per night. A multilingual staff is on hand to help secure valuables, and offer sightseeing advice.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
29% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 101 reviews